• Revive the national carrier-tourism stakeholders

    Stakeholders in the tourism sector reignite the demand of having the national carrier, the Uganda Airlines revived noting that this will help boost Uganda’s tourism sector. The defunct Uganda airline was established in 1976 but its operations were grounded because of corruption, mismanagement and political interference among other factors. A

  • First ever early warning flood system launched

    Butaleja district Woman MP Florence Nebanda hails government for the just launched early warning flood system noting that this will help overcome disaster and save people’s lives. The early warning flood system, the first of its kind in Uganda was recently launched to help alert communities shift to safer zones

  • Local leaders implicated in sale of wetlands

    Local leaders in Ssembabule district have been implicated in the illegal sale of the wetland along River Katonga. The district environmental officer Charles Lwanga says among those implicated is the LC 3 chairman Lugusuulu sub county, the NRM sub county chairman Benon Burora. They have allegedly sold and allocated a

  • MPs speak out withdrawal of Amama’s security

    Mps express concern over the manner in which the withdrawal of security and military equipment from the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi home was conducted accusing the UPDF of dramatizing the process The incident happened last evening when the guards were ordered from Mbabazi`s crested towers office to his home

  • Uganda’s darkest moment to turn into tourist attractions

    Sector players in the Tourism industry agree to develop Uganda’s darkest moments into tourist attractions in a move intended boost the sector. Among the proposals is establishing the IDD Amin Tourism Product, establishment of traces of Joseph Kibwetere and Joseph Kony among others The Chief Executive officer Uganda Tourism Board

  • Opposition to table constitutional & electoral reforms in 2 weeks

    The opposition in parliament says it will present its proposed constitutional and Electoral reforms to parliament in the next two weeks. This is in response to concern by the speaker about the delay by the executive and opposition to table this business The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga this week