Former Crane Bank staff want compensation from BOU, DFCU

By Eve Namugabi Over 400 former Crane bank employees have threatened to sue Bank of Uganda and DFCU bank on grounds that they were illegally sacked from work after the takeover Crane bank by DFCU. Bank of Uganda cleared the takeover of crane bank by DFCU in 2017 with one

Land commission boss angers lawyers

By Eve Namugabi A group of lawyers subscribing to the Uganda law society have expressed concerned about the manner in which the Land probe Commission chairperson Justice Catherine Bamugemereire attacked the judicial courts especially those that deal with land matters. Led by Counsel Peter Alan Musoke they argue that labeling

Latrine coverage a big problem, even in Kampala

The Ugandan Government and Kampala City authorities say Kampala is one of the districts with the least latrine coverage, standing at as low as 20%. The In Charge Environmental Health ministry of health Stephen Kayanja as a result the biggest population in Kampala is at risk of contracting diseases emanating

Two men of Asian origin remanded, 20 rioters arrested over dead boy in Lira

Two men accused of killing a child in Kole District on November 9, 2018 have been remanded to Soroti Prison. The suspects identified as Madmay Gaga, 22, and Vayas Fravay, 27, appeared before Lira Grade One Magistrate, Mr Igha Adiro, who read the charges and remanded them to prison until

Nutrition: more than half of the world’s killer diseases can be prevented.

Stakeholders in the food and Nutrition industry challenge the government to introduce proper infrastructure along the agriculture value chain to curb food wastage. It’s estimated that 30 percent of the food produced is lost along the chain. Former African Union Commissioner for Agriculture Rhoda Tumusiime cites the food lost at