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  • World Bank gives Uganda 54 US $ loan for land admin

    World Bank gives Uganda a loan of 54 million dollars to develop its Land administration System. Senior Private Sector Development Specialist World Bank Moses Kibirige says that the money will be used to construct land zonal offices and computerization of land offices in the whole country. This at the Land


  • Katikiro Mayiga starts Europe and US tour

    Buganda Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga starts a 3 weeks tour of Europe and the US today where he is scheduled to meet the King’s subjects living and working there. Buganda Kingdom Information Minister Denis Walusimbi Sengendo says Mayiga will brief the Kbaka’s subjects about development activities and plans for


  • Kabarole and Kyenjojo best in ID registration

    Internal affairs minister Gen. Aronda Nyakairima reveals that Kabarole and Kyenjojo emerged the best performing districts in the recently concluded parish level mass enrolment for national IDs. Nyakairima says they had registered 100% registration in the two districts adding that Ntoroko, Bundibugyo and Kasese were among the other  the best


  • EAC member states should focus on lab services

    The East Africa Community Secretary General Dr. Richard Sezibera calls upon health service providers in member states to focus on role of laboratory services in quality health care. In his speech during the 12th Bi-annual Conference of the Association of Pathologists of East, Central and Southern Africa in Arusha, Tanzania, stressed that


  • Govt invites pope for the second time

    Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi reveals that President Yoweri Museveni and Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga have re-invited Pope Francis to visit Uganda. This is the second invitation to the pontiff by government after an earlier invitation in which he was scheduled to visit Uganda to officiate at the Golden Jubilee Celebrations


  • Minister warned NSSF against UMEME deal

    The probe committee investigating the state of affairs at NSSF discovers that Finance Minister Maria Kiwanuka warned the NSSF board against rushing into buying shares in UMEME without an independent verification of key issues she raised about the proposed transaction.  Through scrutinizing several documents the committee discovered that the NSSF