Kampala: Women activists in Uganda have launched women’s situation room in Kampala bringing together 15 eminent women from Uganda and Africa in an effort to prevent and respond to election-related incidents.
The women situation room Uganda shall be located
Gulu - Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah’s re-election in Omoro County is not yet safe, as his opponent files a case seeking a vote recount. Oulanyah’s challenger Simon Tooolit alleges that the election in Omoro was marred with grave vote rigging, intimidation and voter bribery. Toolit who is also the Chairman for Gulu District
Masaka - A team of Buganda loyalists has stormed Bukakkata police station demanding for the return of their sign post that was removed by the National Forestry Authority together with the environmental police. The loyalists led by deputy PokinoMwalim Kato Abdallah asked the acting officer in charge of the police station Fred Mwanga to hand over the sign post to them,
Police in Mbarara has rescued five tortoises in transit to a yet unknown destination. The animals were rescued in Mbarara town while their captors were refueling their car, to drive off to Kampala. The Communication Officer in the Natural Resources Conservation Network Laban Muhindo, says the five Marsh terrapin Tortoises were captured
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Kampala - Police constables attached to the embattled field force unit/police have threatened to cause mutiny because of salary delay.The bitter constables have gone three years without receiving salary without any explanation from their bosses.
Kampala - The general performance of students in last year’s Uganda Certificate of Education has declined compared to the previous year. The results released by UNEB on Tuesday, indicate that fewer students attained Divisions 1 and 2 as compared to 2015. The worst performed subjects include Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Kampala - The non-teaching staff in public universities under their umbrella body Public Universities Non-Teaching Staff Executive Forum (PUNTSEF) has unanimously resolved to suspend the two weeks long industrial action. PUNTISEF had put down tools a fortnight ago, following the failure of government to enhance their salaries on top of paying off their arrears.
Kampala - Contestants for the different political offices in Kampala campaigned in areas of Mulago,Wandegeya, Kalerwe and Kamwokya last evening.
Issa Kikungwe, vying for Kampala Mayor-ship pledged to
The Uganda Association of Professional Engineers have warned the public against using what they termed as unqualified and quack engineers who end up constructing buildings that collapse and kill people.
The association President Eng Dr Dorothy Okello warns that if the public