Rising Milk Price Hits Consumers

[Monitor] Milk prices in the country are fast increasing, a scenario which has been caused by the prolonged drought in the country thus affecting the cattle corridor.

[Monitor] Milk prices in the country are fast increasing, a scenario which has been caused by the prolonged drought in the country thus affecting the cattle corridor.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

What Next for Sudhir After Losing Crane Bank to Dfcu?

[Monitor] Kampala -Mr Sudhir Ruparelia is one elusive person at the moment, rarely giving interviews to the media. His last interaction with the media was at the time Crane Bank was seeking a strategic investor to buy a stake in the bank. That was abou…

[Monitor] Kampala -Mr Sudhir Ruparelia is one elusive person at the moment, rarely giving interviews to the media. His last interaction with the media was at the time Crane Bank was seeking a strategic investor to buy a stake in the bank. That was about four months ago. During this time, he needed a buyer for a stake in the bank in order to raise capital to plug the erosion that was going on in the financial institution. The first signs of silence appeared after October 20, last year when Bank of Uganda (BoU) took over Crane

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Unra Right to Remove Roadway Encroachers

[Monitor] The Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra) has announced an imminent exercise to demolish structures erected on national roads’ reserves. Properties mapped out to be knocked down include residential buildings, markets, schools and commercial …

[Monitor] The Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra) has announced an imminent exercise to demolish structures erected on national roads' reserves. Properties mapped out to be knocked down include residential buildings, markets, schools and commercial structures.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

It Is Wrong to Give Contraceptives to Children

[Monitor] Government plots family planning for pupils – Health Ministry to roll out contraceptive use to children aged 10 years and above” read a headline in Daily Monitor February 9. It is very sad.

[Monitor] Government plots family planning for pupils - Health Ministry to roll out contraceptive use to children aged 10 years and above" read a headline in Daily Monitor February 9. It is very sad.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Children Need Guidance Not Contraceptives

[Monitor] Daily Monitor of February 9 had a story about Ministry of Health plans to give contraceptives to females as young as 10 years old. I refuse to think that a group of grown up Ugandans had a meeting to discuss sex in this regard.

[Monitor] Daily Monitor of February 9 had a story about Ministry of Health plans to give contraceptives to females as young as 10 years old. I refuse to think that a group of grown up Ugandans had a meeting to discuss sex in this regard.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Growth of Ugandan Women in Business Still a Challenge

[Monitor] There have been several efforts to empower the Ugandan woman by moving her from the kitchen to putting her at the fore-front of trade and commerce. These efforts are not only geared towards contributing to her financial independence but also …

[Monitor] There have been several efforts to empower the Ugandan woman by moving her from the kitchen to putting her at the fore-front of trade and commerce. These efforts are not only geared towards contributing to her financial independence but also enhancing the country's economic base.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bishop Tips Couples On Strong Marriage

[Monitor] Budaka -The Papal Nuncio to Uganda, Bishop Micheal August Blume, has called upon married couples to build a strong relationship based on trust to avoid marriage break-ups that seem to be taking an upward trend.

[Monitor] Budaka -The Papal Nuncio to Uganda, Bishop Micheal August Blume, has called upon married couples to build a strong relationship based on trust to avoid marriage break-ups that seem to be taking an upward trend.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kabaka Accuser Asks Judge to Quit Case

[Monitor] Kampala -A man who sued Kabaka Ronald Mutebi challenging the compulsory registration of people living on the king’s land, has asked a High Court judge to disqualify herself from conduct of the case.

[Monitor] Kampala -A man who sued Kabaka Ronald Mutebi challenging the compulsory registration of people living on the king's land, has asked a High Court judge to disqualify herself from conduct of the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda