• Lukwago gets ready for office

    Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago says he will not wait for his official swearing ceremony to begin setting up his office saying he has instructed his staff to begin preparations. Government had initially set the 20th of this month for his swearing in but later postponed the date to 1st June

  • Buganda kingdom re-launches registration of bibanja holders

    Buganda land board re-launches the mass registration and survey campaign of bibanja holders on Kabaka’s land to regularize their tenancy. The Board’s acting managing Director Rashid Kizito says the campaign targets all people who have not registered and donot have land title on their bibanja Speaking at the Kingdom headquarters,

  • Govt tasked to prioritize construction of sports facilities

    Ayivu County Mp in Arua district Bernard Atiku asks government to make the construction of sports infrastructure in the country a priority to give youth employment through sports. Atiku made the plea at parliament while receiving 7 million shillings from West Nile foundation headed by city lawyer Kaleb Alaka meant

  • Court advises Entebbe municipality rivals to settle matter out of court

    Kampala High court Judge  Isabirye Kaweesa, advises Entebbe Municipality  political rivals Rosemary Tusiime and Michael Kakembo to try and settle their differences out of court. DP’s Michael Kakembo lost to NRM’s Tusiime in the February parliamentary elections and being dissatisfied chose to challenge her victory in court. He now wants court to

  • Civil actors want swift investigations into recent office break-ins

    Ten civil society organizations urge government to conduct swift and transparent investigations into the recent wave of break-ins targeting human rights organizations and take steps to put an end to the practice. The organisations include Chapter Four, Foundation for human rights initiative, Human rights centre Uganda, among others This follows