The contractor of the long-awaited Karuma hydropower dam has said the project is lacking electricians and skilled manpower to operate machines.
A row has erupted between Uganda Taxi Operators and Drivers Association (UTODA) and a consultant who is demanding sh157m as unpaid fees.
The issuance of the East African tourist visa has been launched in the Russian Federation by the embassies of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.
Prominent businessman Amos Nzeyi made his long-anticipated testimony in the case where he alongside other business partners purportedly changed the name of Kigezi bank to National Bank of Commerce.
There are close to 40 registered labour and trade unions in Uganda, but few, if any can successful hold an annual general meeting due to dismal membership.
REVELATIONS made by MPs from tobacco growing areas depicted how excited tobacco farmers upon receiving cash bought alcohol and used it to wash legs and hoes
THE Karuma hydro-power project, worth about Sh.4.3 trillion ($1.7billion) has commenced with the construction of two big underground access tunnels and access roads at the site.
WITH the Government prioritising infrastructure, the road construction industry in Uganda is becoming more lucrative. However, local contractors are still struggling to compete
Due to change of location, high costs and the financial wellbeing of potential buyers, art and craft traders who annually sell in Uganda have this year made losses.
Until recently, Ivan Mugeere, a proprietor of a tour company had not considered taking a life insurance policy.