Ugandan traders in S Sudan seek Museveni help over losses

By Rose Namale A group of traders organized under the Joint Redemption of Ugandan Traders in South Sudan petition the ministry of trade demanding to meet President Museveni over compensation of the their property lost during the South Sudan Conflict. The over 500 traders claim to have lost property worth

Kampala Mayor wants public service, not presidency, to pick city boss

Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago advises that the New Executive Director of KCCA should be appointed on a recommendation from the Public service commission in order to get the best person for this position. Lukwago says that a mechanism should be worked out to ensure that all names of people interested

Central Bank officers face probe over DFCU Bank acquisition, wealth

By Kenneth Lukwago The Executive Director at DFCU Bank William Ssekabembe advises all those seeking for information about how much DFCU Bank paid to acquire Crane Bank to seek that information from the Central Bank. Reports have been rife that DFCU Bank acquired Crane Bank for free and that this

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