A new partnership between The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and youth based institutions across the country have embarked on a ten year programme to address youth challenges such as unemployment.According to Rita Matovu the Chairperson EOC, the partnership will envisage a better decade for y
The recent discoveries of oil and gas in East Africa are boosting infrastructural developments in the East African region, according to the Deloitte on Africa: African Construction Trends Report 2013.The quests for better transport infrastructure, reliable energy are also driving this growth, accor
The festive season is bringing rewards to customers of many brands already. Telecom giant MTN Uganda is the latest to launch a promotion that will see its over 8.4 million customers enjoy a free minute every day to call their loved ones on MTN.
National Forestry Authority (NFA) is finalising its move to cancel all land titles and lease offers issued in central forest reserves, the NFA executive director Michael Mugisa has said. The move is part of the implementation of President Museveni’s directive (issued earlier this year) restraining
Coffee farmers in Uganda should expect to up their productivity and better their incomes with increased access to reliable inputs, improved technologies, extension services and more participation in post farm processes with the launch of the national coffee policy.
The real estate industry is booming. However, the tales of collapsing buildings cannot be ignored. John Odyek spoke to experts and explores how to spot fake building materials.
Economists slapped down speculation that Nelson Mandela's death could prompt an economic and financial slump in South Africa, but warned the gains he inspired remain fragile.
The Uganda government will buy shares in Air Uganda currently owned by the Aga Khan. This was reached in a meeting between President Yoweri Museveni and H.H the Aga khan at the Mandarin Oriental Paris Hotel on Thursday.
MPs have asked government to design concrete measures geared towards improving the agriculture sector as a backbone of Uganda’s economy.
The Government has released sh113.1b for the maintenance of roads in the second quarter (Q2) of the current 2013/ 14 financial year.A press statement from the Uganda Road Fund (URF) shows that sh84.7b was disbursed to the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), sh3.1b to Kampala Capital City Author