Are Ugandans to Blame for Being Abused in Middle East?
The managing director of Middle East Consultants, Gordon Mugyenyi, a company which exports labour from Uganda to Qatar and Bahrain, says employees reach their destinations and disappear in search of greener
Observer, 24 May 2017
Ugandan workers who are abused in the Middle East disappear on arrival there and end up in the wrong hands, some labour exporting companies claim. Read more »
Left to right: Uganda’s ambassador to the Gulf, Rashid Yahya Ssemuddu, Gender minister Janat Mukwaya and Qatar’s Labour minister Eisa Saad Alijafali Al-Naimi during the signing of the labour agreement in Doha.
Observer, 26 April 2017
The interdicted minister of state for Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations, Herbert Kabafunzaki, is embroiled in fresh controversy over a botched labour export deal that he… Read more »
Monitor, 2 May 2017
Uganda yesterday joined the rest of the world to commemorate the International Workers Day, also known as Labour Day or May Day. The event hosted by Pallisa District under the the… Read more »
Kampala city official, Muhammad Ssegirinya and his "comrades" have conducted "bush prayers" to curse Saudi Arabia employers after a report indicated that over 65,000 Ugandans who ... Read more »
The Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies has said the figure has increased to 65,000 due to 15,000 people who joined the exodus in one year. Read more »