• Opposition names shadow cabinet

    The opposition in parliament names a shadow cabinet which has 30 members and also designated the leadership of all accountability committees in parliament. Wilfred Niwagaba an independent has been named the shadow attorney General, Medard Ssegonna has been named the Justice and Constitutional affairs shadow minister while Anthony Akol has

  • MPs demand for funeral allowances

    Members of parliament are demanding for more allowances including funds to attend to funerals of their relatives. On top of funeral allowances, they now want to be paid constituency allowances, housing allowances and special allowances depending on the assignment they have undertaken Bugabula south Mp Henry Morris Kibalya proposed that

  • Uganda’s fish production continues to decline- study

    A new study indicates that Uganda’s fish production and stocks continue to decline mainly tilapia and Nile perch putting in question sustainability and future of the country’s fisheries sub sector. Statistics in a study done by the Economic Policy Research Centre and National Agricultural Resources and Research institute indicate that

  • M7 cautions new cabinet against corruption

    President Yoweri Museveni cautions the new Cabinet Ministers against corruption and delays in making decisions. Museveni who boasts of a good foundation laid by the NRM Government including good roads and ICT, saying the new cabinet should now take Uganda to middle income status. Museveni was speaking during the swearing

  • Science funds should directly benefit innovators- students

    Science students want government to allocate more funds to the sector and streamline the policy through which innovators will directly benefit and develop their innovations.Addressing the media ahead of the 4th National academic science Summit, the students associations , the spokesperson  Eastern Dairies Hamuzah Mulumba welcomed the move by government to turn science