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  • MPs task Minister on Uganda Airlines Board

    Legislators have demanded that Government complies with a Parliament resolution and present a list of the Board of Directors of Uganda Airlines for scrutiny and approval. The lawmakers questioned the...
  • Gov’t increases fines, penalties for traffic offences

    Government has introduced new traffic and road safety proposals intended to strengthen road transport regulation and management but will see an increase in fines and penalties for traffic offences...
  • Parliament pays tribute to Mukwano

    Members of Parliament have hailed the late Amirali Karmali Mukwano as a great entrepreneur whose enterprises enabled Ugandans to improve their livelihoods through access to jobs as well basic needs....
  • Private firm to audit Auditor General

    Parliament has re-appointed Kisaka and Company Certified Public Accountants, a private firm, to audit the accounts of the Office of the Auditor General (OAG).  The company, which was initially...
  • Minister admits to mistakes in ID issuance

    Government has acknowledged mistakes in the process of acquiring new and replacing lost national identification cards. The Minister of State for Internal Affairs, Hon. Obiga Kania, was on Wednesday,...
  • Gov’t condemns, warns Pastor Bugingo

    Acting Information and National Guidance Minister, Chris Baryomunsi, has described as “offensive”, utterances by controversial city pastor Aloysius Bugingo, who last week disparaged his estranged...
  • Uganda needs proper refugee management systems – Oulanyah

    Government ought to set up better systems and protocols to manage the inflow of refugees into Uganda so as to enable adequate planning, the Deputy Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah, has said. Oulanyah noted...
  • PAC queries Police over bloated expenditure

    Members of the Public Accounts Committee have tasked the Uganda Police Force (UPF) to explain how they spent an extra Shs 1 billion on top of what was approved by Parliament in the financial year...
  • UNRA to return 4,000 land titles to owners

    Uganda National Roads Authority will this financial year return up to 4,000 land titles to persons affected by road works across the country, the head of land acquisition at UNRA, William Matovu, has...
  • Kadaga asks gov’t to invest in cultural tourism

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadga, has urged government to increase efforts in promoting cultural tourism as a way of marketing Uganda to the diaspora. Kadaga said this during her visit to the...

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