We want rent law – traders

Traders in Uganda are aggrieved over government’s delay to pass a law on regulating rent fees by landlords. In their meeting in Kampala Thursday, the traders said they had engagements with government through the prime Minister and came up with the Bill on the same and they were promised that

‘Poor negotiation capacity robbing Africa of mineral benefits’

Mining experts are concerned that African countries may take too long to benefit from their mineral wealth due to poor Mineral extraction contracts. Elly Karuhanga the chairman Uganda Chamber of Mines and Petroleum argues that despite the rich mineral sector of the continent, African Leaders are reluctant to finance training

Poor health services stress Ugandans, Health for All Bill not yet in sight

By Nebert Rugadya Health service is arguably the most talked-about sector when Ugandan citizens are commenting on service delivery by the government, the other one being education. From dilapidated health clinics and hospitals, to absence of adequate medicine supply and ambulances, and absentee medical staff; are the commonest claims by

IGG to appeal Byandala’s acquittal

The Inspector General of Government appeals the acquittal of former Works Minister Eng. Abraham Byandala and 3 others over the Mukono -Katosi road saga.

313,000 abortions procured in 2013 – report

New findings indicate that despite having restrictive abortion legislations , the practice is very high with a total of 313,000 abortions procured in 2013.