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Government considers regional administration system

By Godfrey Ssali Uganda’s Attorney General, William Byaruhanga expresses government’s commitment to implementing the Regional Tier System of Governance to develop regions and cities in a bid to reduce the pressure on Kampala capital city. While appearing before the parliamentary committee on Local Government and Public Service chaired by Aringa

Ugandans Mark Food Day ‘Hungry’

By Nebert Rugadya The world marked the World food day this week, while some around the world, including in Uganda, were going hungry! According to available figures Uganda is the largest exporter of food in Easter Africa, including maize, the region’s staple, however, some households suffer food shortages. This year’s

Police on the radar over $5 million for training

BY SSALI GODFREY The Public Accounts Committee of parliament tasks officials from the Uganda Police Force to explain the expenditure of 21billion shillings or about $5 million, on training 250 officers. This as officials led by Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Edward Ochom and Assistant Inspector General of Police

M2 Cobalt gets new Uganda licenses

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – October 17, 2018) – M2 Cobalt Corp. (TSXV: MC) (the ‘Company’), through its wholly-owned subsidiary Eurasian Minerals Ltd. (‘Eurasian’), is pleased to announce it has entered into a definitive purchase agreement (the ‘Definitive Agreement’) with Olympic Minerals Ltd. (‘Olympic’), an Uganda incorporated company, to acquire

Can Morocco’s Fertilizers Revolutionalise Africa’s Agriculture?

Nebert Rugadya in Casablanca Morocco is on the road to ruling Africa’s phosphates and fertilizer sector, with a plan that could greatly improve access and affordability of inputs for Africa’s smallholder farmers. Most African farmers are subsistence practitioners, with low earnings, too low to afford adequate inputs and technical advice.