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  • MPs create more seats for women in local governments

    Members of Parliament have created a seat for women representatives in every sub county, town council and urban divisions. Currently, a woman councilor represents two or three sub counties or town...
  • Kadaga pledges support to nurses, midwives

    Nurses and midwives in Uganda have renewed calls for better working and living conditions including accommodation and feeding, and have asked the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to intervene...
  • Kampala Lord Mayor ignorant of Tondeka Bus project

    Kampala Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago has expressed ignorance about the proposed Tondeka Metropolitan Bus project saying the loan to fund the project is a surprise. “We have gathered from media reports...
  • MPs irked by Kampala City darkness

    Members of Parliament are concerned that Kampala city is poorly lit despite the adequate hydro power generated by the various dams in the country. MPs were dismayed that only eight per cent of...
  • ’Women inclusion in contract management key’

    Women need more participation in local and international contracts management in a bid to grow the country’s economy. Referring to a meeting with the former Managing Director of the International...
  • Huawei commended on CSR initiatives

    The Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has commended Huawei Uganda for supporting communities in Kamuli district through their corporate social responsibility programmes. Kadaga said she was happy Huawei was...
  • Speaker calls for audit of Police SACCO

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has promised to direct the Auditor General to carry out a forensic audit into the mismanagement of the Police Exodus Sacco. Kadaga together with MPs; Elijah...
  • Zimbabwe Minister courts Africa MPs over sanctions

    “We are counting on you in helping us make Zimbabwe great again,” said Zimbabwe’s number two top diplomat in a passionate appeal to the Pan African Parliament (PAP) on sanctions against his country....
  • Kadaga tips UCU law students on professionalism

    Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has cautioned Uganda Christian University (UCU) law students against practicing law without completing the Bar course at the Law Development Centre (UCU). She said that lawyers...
  • African MPs urged on online child sexual exploitation laws

    Members of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) have been urged to make appropriate laws that protect victims of Online Child Sexual Exploitation (OCSE). Speaking to MPs of the continental parliament in...

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