Parliament has voted to increase the number of cabinet ministers. The state ministers will be doubled.
Parliament has voted to increase the number of cabinet ministers. The state ministers will be doubled. We give you the new figures.
Find out the reasons the government gave to increase the number, who supported the motion and who opposed it. Do not miss the drama during the debate and during the voting.
KCCA has terminated a sh7b street lights project with Philips East Africa. KCCA removed old lights to install cheaper and more reliable solar lights before the Pope’s visit last year, but no lights have been installed since. KCCA explains the problems involved in the deal, and what next.
Israeli commandos narrate the 1976 raid on Entebbe airport. We give you the story from the soldiers who participated in the raid 40 years ago, how they prepared for the attack, what weapons they carried, how they fought and left. The surprises and challenges they faced are all in the New Vision.
We have an update on the Gulu attack, the people arrested and what the army and the Police have done so far.
A top police officer attached to the counter-terrorism unit has been arrested over his links to Nakawa MP Michael Kabaziguruka, who is facing treason and terrorism charges. Do not the miss the details inside and how this Assistant Inspector of Police was arrested.
The time for absenteeism and arriving late at hospitals is over as the Government starts installing a clock-in system for staff. Find out how the system works, where it is starting and when it will be completed.
We bring you an interesting political development where UPC is seeking alliance with the NRM. Get what you need to know about UPC’s move, what it wants from the NRM, how the alliance is expected to work and NRM’s response.
The Lugazi Municipality MP has been thrown out of Parliament for lacking the minimum academic qualifications. Find out what Isaac Mulindwa presented as his qualifications and what the court eventually found out.
The 2015 best farmers have visited the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands, where the former Lord’s Resistance Army rebel leader, Dominic Ongwen, is being tried. The farmers themselves tell you what they found at the court and their experiences so far in the Netherlands. Do not miss a copy of the New Vision.