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July 27

  • Uganda: Kanungu Fire - Museveni Meets Three Suspects

    Observer

    President Yoweri Museveni has warned senior NRM leaders against making public statements that could stir controversy and disharmony among party supporters. Read more »

  • Uganda: URA Has Thrived Under Allen Kagina [editorial]

    Observer

    It was announced last week that Allen Kagina is to leave her position as commissioner general of Uganda Revenue Authority. Read more »

  • Uganda: Electricity Sector Posts Tax Surpluses

    Observer

    Power distributor Umeme's resolve to have most of its debtors pay up boosted last financial year's tax collections from the electricity sector, Uganda Revenue Authority has said. Read more »

  • Uganda: Gold Trust Bank Loses Battle As DFCU Takes Over

    Observer

    After five years of uninterrupted loss making, Global Trust bank did not have any chance to survive the banking industry regulator's axe. Read more »

  • Uganda: EC Maps New Polling Stations

    Observer

    The Electoral Commission is on track in its road map for 2013-2017, spokesman Jotham Taremwa has said. Read more »

  • Uganda: Egypt Celebrates National Day

    Observer

    The ambassador of Egypt to Uganda, Ahmed Abdel Aziz Mostafa, last week used his national day celebration to underline his country's determination to control its fate. Read more »

  • Uganda: MPs to Museveni - Sack PM Mbabazi

    Observer

    A parliamentary committee is considering a proposal to write to President Museveni urging him to sack Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi. The MPs believe Mbabazi's political clout has... Read more »

  • Uganda: 2016 - Opposition Coalition Under Fire

    Observer

    Some Democratic Party leaders have not warmed up to the mainstream opposition's push for a joint candidate come 2016. Read more »

  • Uganda: Police to Spend Sh15 Billion On Tear Gas, Riots

    Observer

    To quell riots and keep public order in Uganda in the coming financial year, police will spend at least Shs 15.8bn on tear gas and other relevant riot equipment. Read more »

  • Uganda: Country Safe for Tourism

    EA Business

    The government and the tourism fraternity last week swiftly moved to refute allegations that the country was not safe for visiting. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Managers Get U..S Business Knowhow

    EA Business

    Representatives of Chick-fil-A, one of America's most notable quick-service mall food suppliers, recently conducted a two-day training seminar here. Read more »

  • Uganda: Muhakanizi Explains Poor Govt Services

    Observer

    Appearing before the House's Public Accounts Committee last Thursday, Secretary to the Treasury Keith Muhakanizi said the Finance ministry and accounting officers were to blame for... Read more »

  • Uganda: A Night That Tickled Marketers

    Observer

    The 2014 second Marketers' Night happened last Friday night at Hotel Africana. The evening kicked off with a cocktail, giving chance to marketers from some of the top companies to... Read more »

  • Uganda: National ID Registration Possible Where You Work

    Observer

    As the August 11 deadline for the ongoing national identity card registration in parishes approaches, officials are going an extra mile to ensure everyone's data is captured. Read more »

  • Uganda: Keron's Last Moments

    Observer

    Singer Julianna Kanyomozi's most memorable moment as she sent off her son Keron Kabugo last Friday was the time they went together to an ATM. Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbabazi Fumes As Kayihura 'Fixes' His People and Kenya Turns Into Referral [opinion]

    Observer

    Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi appears to tell the nation that some people associated with him have been arrested, and detained by police on trumped-up charges. Read more »

  • Uganda: BoU Launches School Challenge

    Observer

    To deepen the public's understanding of its role in the economy, Bank of Uganda last week launched its first schools challenge. Read more »

  • Uganda: Wolokoso - Has Mbabazi Become a Darling of the Opposition?

    Observer

    Not long ago, Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi was routinely singled out for criticism by opposition politicians, and the most respected official by NRM legislators in Parliament. Read more »

  • Uganda: Tissa's World - Should You Tell Your Partner When You Cheat?

    Observer

    One of the questions I am asked most is: 'I cheated, should I tell my partner?' Read more »

  • Uganda: Bukoto South Promises Fireworks in 2016

    Observer

    Two MPs, a former MP, a former RDC and a district councillor have started laying strategies for the Bukoto South parliamentary seat in 2016. Read more »

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