THE sh30b parliamentary parking is to remain idle until next financial year because the Treasury does not have sh16.3b to in-stall security equipment in the multi-storey parking lot
THE High Court has ordered Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) to pay National Forest Authority (NFA) $104,808 (about sh262m) in un-cleared license fees
TELECOM firms have been accused of cheating their clients through bogus telephone transactions where clients lose huge sums of money in double charges and unsolicited messages
THE budgetary impact of various donors’ decisions to suspend aid to Uganda in response to legislation that in¬creases penalties for homosexuality should be limited
GOVERNMENT will utilize its discovered petroleum resources to create green gold from the black gold. This was revealed by Eng. Irene Muloni, Uganda’s Minister of Energy and Mineral Development
BRITAM top executives have signaled the likelihood of the company cross-listing on the Ugandan share markets following new regulatory requirements for separate life and general insurance licenses
For the last 10 years, seasons have been changing that it has become difficult to tell when the rains will come. This is why Robert Lwanga, a resident of Kyangogolo in Nabiswera sub-county, Wakiso district has turned to technology to tell weather patterns.
TOP American tour operators will in November converge in Uganda for the Africa Travel Association (ATA) meeting that will open up new business and marketing opportunities
Kent, an auditor in a prominent hotel in Kampala, is dealing with what he considers the most challenging financial circumstances of his life. A number of poor financial decisions have seen his debts spiraling.
Three weeks ago, piped water at Migyera run dry. The water sources are getting dry one after another, making it more difficult to get water. At the moment, the nearest water source (boreholes) in Migyera is about 15km away. As a result, some people go for days without bathing.