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By Andante Okanya A group of 492 railway workers under the umbrella trade union Uganda Railway Workers' Union has sued Rift Valley Railways demanding sh2b for salary and damages, claiming the latter cheated them by breaching agreements signed that spelt out the mode of payment.
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By Brian Mayanja Pioneer bus company is seeking a concession to be allocated eight major city roads with special lanes.
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By Lulu Itipa Patriotism, enshrined as a duty of every citizen in the 1995 National Constitution of Uganda, is fast coming home to perch and breed.
The Malaika Babies' Home celebrated its third birthday with an Open Day yesterday at which NGO Ugandans Adopt confirmed the adoptions.
By Prossy Nandudu The Government has asked investors to stop branding the agricultural sector as a risky area to invest in.
By Taddeo Bwambale The Government is considering removing all tax levied on retirement benefits for employees in the formal sector.
May 17, Colombo: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa who was on a four-day official visit to Uganda to participate in the 7th Commonwealth Local Governments Conference returned to the island Friday morning.
Two commuter trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in an accident that sent more than 60 people to Connecticut hospitals, severely damaged the tracks and threatened to snarl travel in the congested... Two commuter trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in a crash that sent about 70 people to the hospital, severely damaged the ... (more)
In this 2010 file photo, an oil well undergoes testing in the Lake Albertine region of western Uganda.
South Korean Ambassador Park Jong-Dae gives a speech on Korea International Cooperation Agency at a public- private patnership consulation worshop By Raymond Baguma South Korea has hailed the government of Uganda for ensuring national security that has stimulated peace and an environment that fosters economic growth.
Several health centres across the country are still grappling with lack of vaccines for immunisation against child killer diseases, the Ministry of Health has confirmed.
Experts in livestock in East African region have clashed with the Government official on whether water for livestock is more profitable than water for agricultural production.
In two studies led by researchers in the UK and Switzerland, the new LAMP test was compared to existing methods in London laboratories that deal with imported cases of malaria to the UK, and to diagnostic methods used in the field in Uganda, where malaria is a leading cause of illness and death.
The Minister of State for Trade, Industry and Cooperative, David Wakikhona said there is room for investment in the livestock and meat sector due to low meat processing capacity and high production in the country.
By Isaac Baligema Jamaican reggae group Inner Circle arrived in the country last night at 11.00pm ahead of their concert tomorrow Saturday at Jinja Nile Resort.