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New management at Old Taxi Park

Renovation of the park started in May this year and work is expected to be completed in four weeks

Old Taxi Park to open in four weeks - KCCA...

Once complete, the Old Park will have new regulations were commuter taxis will access it only after booking and payment.

KCCA heads unveil Impala monument

During the unveiling, Lukwago asked for a KCCA museum, next after achieving the monument. 

How Ssebaggala changed Kampala politics

According to Nasser Ntege Ssebaggala’s vision for Kampala, every city dweller was supposed to go back home with akavera as their share from their combined...

KCCA plan to boost development, improve service...

The plan was the result of stakeholders’ consultations among city residents and experts, through newspapers and social media in the past eight months....

Uganda to get funding for unpaid care

The money, offered by Oxfam International and partners, is aimed at influencing government institutions, ministries and departments to prioritise unpaid...

Mabirizi petitions regional court over Chief...

Mabirizi however says Buteera was appointed by President Yoweri Museveni without the advice of the Judicial Service Commission, which was purportedly not...

Luyimbazi set to change face of Kampala

This concern is shared by the former permanent secretary in the ministry of works, Eng. Charles Muganzi who says Luyimbazi should be ready to face resistance...

Kampala LC1s to distribute govt masks

President Yoweri Museveni, during a cabinet meeting last week, directed the Ministry of Health to halt the distribution of masks in other parts of the...

New KCCA ED Kisaka pays Lukwago a courtesy...

The Kampala Capital City Authority(KCCA) Dorothy Kisaka on Friday paid the Lord Mayor Erias Likwago a courtesy call in his office. Lukwago shared with...

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