Museveni Stops Multi-Billion Chinese Mining Deal Over Bribe Claim
The Ugandan president has blocked a copper mining project and ordered investigations into the allegations following information that a former minister pocketed a U.S.$1 million bribe to influence the deal.
Monitor, 26 June 2017
President Museveni has stopped a multi-billion copper mining project with a Chinese company at Kilembe Mines following information that a former minister pocketed a $1m bribe to… Read more »
At work. Workers of Tibet Hima Mining Co. Ltd at Kilembe mines in Kasese District recently.
East African, 28 April 2017
Concerns are emerging over President Yoweri Museveni's move to fight corruption as discreet investigations reveal that taxpayers have been losing huge amounts of money in underhand… Read more »
Monitor, 22 December 2016
April 30, 1975, marked the end of the Vietnam War and humiliation for Americans. This was the same day Saigon City, the capital of then South Vietnam was taken over by the Vietcong… Read more »
Observer, 31 May 2016
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI today delivered his state-of-the-nation address and opened the 10th parliament. The president dwelt much on corruption, describing the corrupt as rats to be… Read more »
Uganda: Kilembe Mines Sacks 10 Workers
Monitor, 30 December 2015
Ten employees of Tibet Hima, a Chinese company managing Kilembe Mines, have been sacked for allegedly discussing company issues with the press. Read more »
Observer, 16 March 2016
Nearly three years after it won the contract to revive copper production at Kilembe, Tibet Hima is yet to produce a tonne of the mineral, with the company trying to swat one… Read more »