Uganda Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. 'We are on our way to being ready for oil production'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    ... of oil and gas; that is why some people believe that the resource is more of a curse than a blessing. Do you see Uganda attracting the curse side or harnessing the blessing aspect of the oil resource? Look, any other resource can be a curse or a ...

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  2. Uganda 'misses' the fourth industrial revolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    Uganda has a number of lessons to pick from the last World Economic Forum held in Kigali. Mark Keith Muhumuza engaged some of the continent's richest men, government leaders, international organisations, CEO's and NGO's who proposed a raft of ideas that could allow Uganda attain middle-income status among other things Drawing comparisons between Uganda and Rwanda have become a clichA .

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  3. Is Uganda ripe for alternative banking?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    Despite opposition from some religious fanatics, Islamic banking has seen the light of the day. Representing the Governor Bank of Uganda, Mr Tumusiime-Mutebile at the Islamic Finance Conference recently, Ms Justine Bagyenda, the Central Bank's executive director supervision, said some people were discouraging the industry regulator from thinking about the idea , saying if allowed to operate here, it would pave way for terrorism and provide undue platforms to spread Islam.

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  4. Uganda draws redline after policemen killings at borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    Hoima/KAMPALA . Uganda government has threatened to use military force against Democratic Republic of Congo forces if attacks on its citizens on Ugandan soil ever re-occurs.

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  5. Uganda accuses Congo army of killing four of its policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Channelnewsasia.com

    KAMPALA: Uganda said on Monday four policemen patrolling on its side of Lake Albert had been killed by Congolese troops and demanded Kinshasa punish those responsible. The lake is shared in roughly equal parts by the two countries and has in recent years been the scene of sometimes deadly clashes, mostly over alleged illegal fishing in each other's waters.

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  6. NWSC voted African utility of the year 2016Read the original story

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    ... in Asia. This is the third year in a row that NWSC has been voted African Utility of the year. In declaring NWSC Uganda the winner of the 2016 edition, the judges said, "NWSC is one of Africa's model Utilities providing new performance frontiers and ...

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  7. Fix governance to address refugee crisis- PM Rugunda to world leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    ... crises, and be resilient to shocks. At the summit attended by delegates from at least 175 countries, Dr Rugunda, said Uganda has champion in underlining the refugee crisis, by embracing internally displaced persons (IDPs) from neighbouring ...

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  8. 'Kidnapped' FDC leader foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    KAMPALA. Opposition Forum for Democratic Change Vice Chairperson for youth Zeridah Kakayi has been declared found after she reportedly disappeared on May 11. Kakayi is said to have gone missing on May11 after attending prayers at Christ the king church in the center of Uganda's capital, Kampala.

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  9. Uganda protests to DRC over slain policemenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    ... ol or fishermen, they should have reported to the relevant authorities," he added. Okello said that the Government of Uganda requests that a meeting of security chiefs of both countries be urgently convened.

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  10. Tortoise smugglers' to appear in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    ... at large, are said to have illegally smuggled 153 live tortoises. They were arrested by enforcement officers of the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) as they attempted to smuggle the animals wrapped in a sack out of the country using a public taxi. A ...

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  11. Umarweswala 162x162Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    Many women and girls in Uganda who suffer from fistula are excluded from daily community life and often abandoned by their husbands and families isolating them socially and emotionally. This makes it difficult for them to access medical care.

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  12. Uganda: Ugandan Policemen Shot Dead At DR Congo BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Armed men suspected to be soldiers of the Democratic Republic of Congo ambushed and shot dead four Uganda police officers on Lake Albert in Ntoroko District on Saturday night. The deceased officers, who were responding to an illegal fishing incident at Mulango on the Ugandan border, have been identified as Sergeant Faruk Waiswa, Corporal Biral Opara, Constable Moses Ocen and Constable Bernard Isingoma.

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  13. Register as trust, Uganda asks national football bodyRead the original story

    Monday | Newkerala.com

    Kampala, May 23 : The Ugandan government has given an ultimatum to the country's football governing body to register as a trust or risk being banned. Sports Minister Charles Bakkabulindi said on Monday that the Federation of Uganda Football Associations has up to the end of June to abide by the requirement, reports Xinhua.

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  14. Kool and the gang to perform in KampalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    ... their haunches and go down memory lane. Talent Africa and Silk Events have teamed up to bring the legendary outfit to Uganda. In a statement, Talent Africa's CEO, Aly Alibahi promised Ugandans a great experience of old skool revealing that they will ...

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  15. Uganda: Three MPs to Share Office as Space Crisis BitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Information available to Daily Monitor indicates MPs have been asked to "group themselves into threes" and submit their names to respective party whips for allocation. At the weekend, Parliament authorities sent a message to all MPs, 428 in number, asking them to make groups of three before applying for office space at Parliament.

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  16. Uganda: Police Impound Over 650 Illegal Fishing NetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Police together with Wakiso District authorities have impounded and destroyed more than 650 illegal fishing nets on Bussi and Zzinga Islands in the last six months. This was revealed at the weekend during an operation where 20 fishermen, who were found harvesting immature fish, were arrested and their boats and fishing gear taken as exhibits to help court proceed with their prosecution.

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  17. Uganda: Govt to Get U.S.$6 Million to Fight RodentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Uganda and Tanzania are set to receive a grant of $6 million, to help them carry out research in the fight against rodents which have been a threat to food production and security in the two East African countries. The grant for the 5-year research project which will begin in July this year is being offered by the World Bank through the African Centres of Excellence Project.

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  18. Uganda: U.S.$13 Million to Be Lost in MPs Tax ExemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Lawyers and the Uganda Revenue Authority have disagreed with President Museveni's U-turn on MPs' tax exemption, and warned that the amendment to the disputed Income Tax Bill, 2016, was in contempt of court. The URA Commissioner General, for example, says if the Income Tax Bill, 2016 that MPs hastily passed to insulate themselves is assented to, it will "seriously erode the tax base".

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  19. Kool & The Gang to perform in KampalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Monitor

    ... ichael Ray, Otha Nash, Robert 'Kool' Bell, Ronald Bell and Skip Martin. About us Africa Review Nation Media Group NTV Uganda Mwananchi Web Mail Subscriptions Monitor Mobile Contact us Advertise with Us Terms of Use

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  20. Fake fertiliser dealers take advantage of weak lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    ... ministry of agriculture animal industry and fisheries and the Alliance of a Green Revolution in Africa. He noted that Uganda doesn't have a laboratory that can test the quality of fertilizers imported and there was need to develop one. Rukundo said ...

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