Petroleum Authority: Compensation of PAPs To Delay Further

By URN The people affected by the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline-EACOP project will have to wait a little longer for their compensation, Seth Muhumuza, the Head of Stakeholder Management-Petroleum Authority... Read more »

FMU to take Motorsport to Schools

By URN In its campaign to popularise motor sports, the Federation of Motorsport in Uganda-FMU has opted to take the sport to schools as one way of grooming young athletes and expose... Read more »

Bisaka’s Followers Overwhelm Security to Attend Burial

By Leilah Bbaale Mourners on Sunday overwhelmed security officers deployed to enforce the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs set by the Health Ministry at the burial of Desteo Owobusobozi Bisaka, the head of the... Read more »

Flood Victims Invade Protected Land, UWA Repulses

By Leilah Bbaale The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has intensified surveillance on the borders of the reserve land to prevent encroachment by hundreds of people that have been rendered homeless by floods... Read more »

Oil Final Investment Decision Expected by End of March -Minister

By Leilah Bbaale The minister of Energy and mineral development Mary Goretti Kitutu has disclosed that the Final Investment Decision (FID) for oil production will be taken before the end of March... Read more »

Kigorobya Residents Demand Improved Service Delivery from Newly Elected Leadership

By John Bosco Tugume The need to extend piped water services, improve on sanitation and modernizing the market stalls remain key demands for residents in Kigorobya town council from the new leadership.... Read more »

Residents Engage in Communal Work to Fix Dilapidated Bridge

By Peter Abanabasazi¬† A broken bridge on Rwamutonga swamp that links Bugambe and Kitoba sub-counties in Kikuube district has been fixed by residents bringing a sigh of relief to the road users.... Read more »

Kiziranfumbi Multi-Million Coffee Factory Underutilised Due to Lack of Coffee

By John Bosco Tugume The low production of coffee has left the multi-million government coffee processing facility at Kizirafumbi underutilized. Installed in 2015, the facility was donated by the government and funded... Read more »

Bunyoro Likely to Face Hunger Due to Sugarcane Growing

By Peter Abanabasazi¬† The chancellor for Hoima Catholic diocese has expressed concern that Bunyoro may face hunger due to the increasing number of people engaging in sugarcane growing. Speaking during an interface... Read more »

Electoral Commission Pays SPCs in Hoima

By Leilah Bbaale The Electoral Commission has finally paid allowances for Special Police Constables- SPCs who were deployed to provide security during the presidential and Local Council V elections in Hoima city... Read more »