• Kagina apologizes to parliament

    The Executive Director UNRA Allen Kagina admits that the Authority never made due diligence on the company that was contracted to construct Villa Maria-Sembabule road. Kagina told parliament’s committee on state and statutory enterprises that china railway Uganda was undertaking construction of the  road instead of china railway construction based

  • DPP to use tech in handling criminal cases

    The office of the directorate of public prosecutions launches a new prosecution case management information system to ease the processing and management of all criminal cases in the country. The new technology system is designed to assist in streamlining and automating prosecution case management, paper and electronic document management, electronic

  • UNBS to start enforcement of Q-mark in January

    The Uganda National Bureau of Standards says enforcement of the quality mark will start in January 2017 where all genuine imports and exports will bear the mark before hitting the market. UNBS Executive Director Patricial Ajalu says it will be compulsory to affix the quality mark on all products. Speaking

  • Ntagali hits back at canons who dragged him to court

    The arch bishop of the church of Uganda Rt. Rev Stanley Ntagali says all canons who dragged him to court challenging his authority should seize being canons of the church. Eleven canons led by Christopher Kisembo dragged arch bishop Ntagali to high court for allegedly taking over powers of the

  • Parliament wants Nkangi probed further

    Parliament says the former Uganda Land Commission chairman Joash Mayanja Nkangi should be investigated further over the controversial sale of land to Pr. Samuel Kakande. The land in question is located in Lwera , Mpigi district plot number 9, block 4115 It is alleged that Nkangi made the transaction in

  • Women politicians failing affirmative action-Osegge

    The chairperson of the parliamentary accounts committee Angelina Osegge criticizes women legislators and other leaders for overstaying in leadership positions. Osegge says though affirmative action has helped many women to ascend to positions of leadership, efforts to have them replaced by other women have been frustrated by incumbents. She notes