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In The New Vision, Friday, October 14

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Added 14th October 2016 05:00 AM

Five Chinese road contractors have returned sh35b they had embezzled from the Uganda National Roads Authority.

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Five Chinese road contractors have returned sh35b they had embezzled from the Uganda National Roads Authority.

Russians demand fresh talks over oil refinery deal after pulling out earlier on over 100 issues they could not agree on with Uganda. So, what has changed to bring them back?

New Vision gives you the answers.

Five Chinese road contractors have returned sh35b they had embezzled from the Uganda National Roads Authority. It includes sh1.5b they had earned as interest on fixed deposits in banks in Uganda and China.

But is the case over or not? Will they be charged with any criminal offences or will they be just deported? Buy a copy of the New Vision to know more.

The High Court has blocked the Archbishop Stanley Ntagali, from appointing Bishop commissaries to run the West Ankole diocese. WE have details of the case and what the court based on to block a religious decision using the law.

MPs are back again to fight against the practice of landlords charging rent in dollars. This time, the MPs have vowed to stamp out the practice using the law. Find out what legal and political weapons they have to crush a practice they say weakens the shilling and deprives Ugandans of their profits.

Justice Keitirima explains why he taped his conversation with embattled city lawyer Bob Kasango, who is facing forgery and fraud charges. We have his full explanation and how he came to be entangled in the Kasango’s case.

President Yoweri Museveni has agreed to the proposal to split Kasese district into four districts. New Vision names the proposed districts and their boundaries. Do not miss your copy.

One in four teenage girls (24%) in Uganda is either pregnant or a mother. Find the causes of this, the challenges the country is facing and what is being done to reverse it.

The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council has appointed new deputy Muftis just as Mufti Shaban Mubajje gives fresh orders on Muslim land across the country.

As more Congolese invade Lake Albert, find out what the Hoima district authorities are doing to protect Ugandan fishermen.

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