Under the spotlight: the law and big money Kampala, Uganda | HAGGAI MATSIKO | After ending its public hearings into Bank of Uganda’s closure of seven commercial banks, attention is shifting to the recommendations the Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities, and State Enterprises (COSASE), is set to make.
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, His Grace Stanley Ntagali has commended Bishop Emeritus Cyprian Bamwoze for laying a firm foundation for the development of Busoga Diocese.
Kadaga wants Executive to respect Parliament’s independence | Kampala, Uganda | The Independent | At a meeting in Geneva Switzerland, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has stressed the need for the Executive to respect the independence of Parliament, saying it is an inevitable balance required in strengthening democratic governance.
South Sudanese refugees return home | Kampala, Uganda | The Independent | On Feb. 06, Joel Boutroue, representative of United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Uganda said that over 20,000 refugees from South Sudan have returned home as efforts to restore peace in the war tone country continues.
Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) has passed an ordinance to harmonize the management of markets in Kampala.
The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga (2nd left) greeting Minister for Kampala, Betty Kamya (right) at a funeral service for the Late Bishop Cyprian Bamwoze at Kyabazinga Stadium.
He linked with Abdu Mugenyi and Charles Kasaija who would transport the food on bicycles in translucent polythene bags to customers in different parts of Kampala and its suburbs.
Prof Badru Dungu Kateregga, a retired Makerere University senior lecturer, urges retirees to engage in activities that keep their minds busy if they are to remain alert in old age, writes Gabriel Buule By Gabriel Buule On a sunny afternoon I visit Prof Badru Dungu Kateregga at his home in Buziga a Kampala upscale suburb.
You want to strap yourself into uncomfortable shoes and an uncomfortable bra, and put up with the horror of Kampala traffic so that you can hear him tell you what he has been saying for so long— “Me, I like you.” You want to eat unfamiliar things at unfamiliar prices in an unfamiliar place so that you can report to the National Intelligence Service – aka, your girlfriends- that the two of you “went out for Valentine’s.”
On August 2, 2015, Kamyuka stabbed Ahimbisibwe with a broken glass, accusing him of beating his wife, Nima Nyarwaka at Guvnor Club in Kampala.