Budget Focus On Infrastructure Does Not Bear Fruit

[East African] For the seventh year running Uganda will increase the national budget to finance more investments in infrastructure, a strategy that experts say could explain the stagnation of the economy.

[East African] For the seventh year running Uganda will increase the national budget to finance more investments in infrastructure, a strategy that experts say could explain the stagnation of the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Atoke Fails to Explain How U.S$157 Million Waiver to Tullow Was Hatched

[Monitor] Francis Atoke (Solicitor General): Amicable settlement negotiation meetings, without prejudice, were held on 3rd, 4th, 18th and 19th December 2014 and on 9th January 2015.The parties agreed that all the disputes between government and Tullow …

[Monitor] Francis Atoke (Solicitor General): Amicable settlement negotiation meetings, without prejudice, were held on 3rd, 4th, 18th and 19th December 2014 and on 9th January 2015.The parties agreed that all the disputes between government and Tullow in relation to Capital Gains Tax, including the court cases be resolved amicably. Following the protracted negotiations and consultations with the government stakeholders and engagement with Tullow, the parties agreed to settle the tax disputes for the three areas (EA1

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Wakiso Wetland Encroachers Given Three Months to Vacate

[Monitor] Wakiso -Hundreds of residents in Wakiso District who have settled in wetlands are set to become homeless after the district authorities gave them a three-month ultimatum to vacate or face forceful eviction.

[Monitor] Wakiso -Hundreds of residents in Wakiso District who have settled in wetlands are set to become homeless after the district authorities gave them a three-month ultimatum to vacate or face forceful eviction.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Lumumba Advises Students On Discipline

[Monitor] Pader -The National Resistance Movement [NRM] party secretary general, Ms Justine Kasule Lumumba, has advised students, especially girls, to maintain discipline if they are to succeed in future and escape poverty.

[Monitor] Pader -The National Resistance Movement [NRM] party secretary general, Ms Justine Kasule Lumumba, has advised students, especially girls, to maintain discipline if they are to succeed in future and escape poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda