The National Planning Authority warns that the influx of refugees to Uganda will greatly strain social services, particularly areas where the refugees are settled. This after statistics released by the UN last week indicating that South Sudan refugees in Uganda have now reached one million. Chairman National Planning Authority Dr.
Environmentalists demand that government takes a tough stance on people who encroached on wetlands and forest reserves as of the presidential directive. President Museveni ordered that all individuals who illegally encroached on protected areas vacate by July this year The National Forestry Authority says it has started with cancellation of
Labor rights activists want parliament to enact a law that upholds the rights of domestic workers and stops exploitation. The Programs officer Platform for Labor Action Lydia Bwiite says most of the domestic workers do not know their rights and work under harsh conditions Speaking during training for domestic workers
Parliament plans building collaboration with established hospitals to help manage the health of legislators at a subsidized price. While representing the clerk to parliament during the launch of the second opinion portal by India’s HBG medical group, Parliament’s Senior Medical Officer Dr. Fred Bawulira said parliament spends huge sums of
William Ntege aka Kyuma Kya Yesu, the man who roughed up Kasanda South MP has again been remanded to prison after the presiding magistrate failed to show up to hear his bail application. Ntege was arrested last month during Kabaka’s 24th coronation ceremony after physically attacking Nsubuga who was moving
Another woman has been killed in Entebbe, Wakiso district, bringing to seven, the total number of women killed in Entebbe in the last two months. The body of 35 year old Aisha Nakasinde was discovered in a bush a few meters from Kasenyi Barracks in Nkumba-Kavundira, Kasenyi in Katabi town