Intra-Party Strife Tests Uganda’s Political Value Systems

[East African] Uganda’s four political parties with representation in parliament are grappling with internal strife that has put their structural weaknesses under renewed scrutiny.

[East African] Uganda's four political parties with representation in parliament are grappling with internal strife that has put their structural weaknesses under renewed scrutiny.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Relief for Locals As Deadline to Register SIM Cards Is Quashed

[East African] Mobile telephone subscribers in Uganda who have not registered their Sim cards now have more time to do so after the High Court granted a restraining order against the exercise which was due to end on Thursday.

[East African] Mobile telephone subscribers in Uganda who have not registered their Sim cards now have more time to do so after the High Court granted a restraining order against the exercise which was due to end on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Investor Claims Kakande Church

[Monitor] Kampala -Renowned gospel preacher Samuel Kakande of Synagogue Church could lose his church premises located at Kubbiri in Mulago, a Kampala suburb to an investor over business deals gone bad.

[Monitor] Kampala -Renowned gospel preacher Samuel Kakande of Synagogue Church could lose his church premises located at Kubbiri in Mulago, a Kampala suburb to an investor over business deals gone bad.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Spends U.S.$2.8 Million Treating 140 Officials Abroad

[Monitor] Kampala -The government has over the past three years spent at least Shs10.08 billion ($2.8m) on the treatment of 140 senior government officials abroad, according to Auditor General John Muwanga’s report for the period ending December 2016.

[Monitor] Kampala -The government has over the past three years spent at least Shs10.08 billion ($2.8m) on the treatment of 140 senior government officials abroad, according to Auditor General John Muwanga's report for the period ending December 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Communications Commission Dragged to Court Over SIM Card Verification

[Observer] Norman Tumuhimbise, the Jobless Brotherhood leader has made an application at the High court in Kampala seeking a temporary injunction against UCC-ordered directed sim card validation exercise.

[Observer] Norman Tumuhimbise, the Jobless Brotherhood leader has made an application at the High court in Kampala seeking a temporary injunction against UCC-ordered directed sim card validation exercise.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda