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  • Parliament caps rent increment, outlaws dollar payments

    The Landlord and Tenant Bill, 2018 has finally been passed, with the payment of rent in US dollars now being outlawed, coupled with a cap on the increment on rent fees allowable within a year. The...
  • Egypt to open industrial park in Entebbe

    The construction of an industrial park at the lakeside town of Entebbe is in final stages. The park, which is to be opened in July 2019, is a partnership between an Egyptian firm and the National...
  • Sugarcane saga leaves MPs with bitter taste

    Parliament has given the Minister for Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, Hon. Amelia Kyambadde, two weeks within which to chart a way forward to curb losses incurred by sugarcane growers in Busoga sub...
  • Kawempe Councillors protest property tax rates

    Kawempe Division councillors have sought the support of Parliament in their fight against the property tax, which is set to be implemented by Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA). The Property Rate...
  • Artistes want copyright law operational

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has asked the government to implement the copyright law to protect performing artistes from exploitation. Kadaga, who made the request in her Communication...
  • MPs irked by scandals at central bank

    Members of Parliament have raised concern over the incessant scandals plaguing the country’s central Bank following the recent mishap in which a consignment of printed currency flown into the country...
  • Kadaga advocates for more medical camps

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has applauded doctors from India for bringing medical services closer to Ugandans. A team of doctors from India under Rotary International Medical Mission...
  • IPOD courts Parliament to share-out LOP budget

    The Inter-Party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) wants the budget allocated to the Office of the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament shared among all opposition parties in the House. In a meeting...
  • Conflict and intrigue wreck development - Oulanyah

    The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, has said intrigue and stoking of conflict has to be dispensed with so that Uganda’s journey to development can be unhindered. Oulanyah said in order...
  • Kadaga recognised for exemplary service to Busoga Kingdom

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has been recognised for her support to the development and promotion of Busoga Kingdom affairs in the country and on the global scene. The Speaker was...

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