Medical Board On the Spot As MPs Fly to India

[Observer] Two MPs injured in the September 27 attack on parliament by presidential guard troops will be travelling to India for further treatment under a semi-private arrangement after the Uganda Medical Board dilly-dallied to sanction their trips.

[Observer] Two MPs injured in the September 27 attack on parliament by presidential guard troops will be travelling to India for further treatment under a semi-private arrangement after the Uganda Medical Board dilly-dallied to sanction their trips.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Opposition MPs Split Over Age Limit Consultation Cash

[Observer] Opposition MPs were by Thursday evening still divided on returning Shs 29 million paid to each legislator by parliament to facilitate consultative meetings on the hugely polarising age limit bill.

[Observer] Opposition MPs were by Thursday evening still divided on returning Shs 29 million paid to each legislator by parliament to facilitate consultative meetings on the hugely polarising age limit bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Journalist Reports Death Threats Over Rwanda Book

[Observer] Journalist Justus Muhanguzi has reported a case to police over threats on his life after he launched a book with his account of what happened during the Rwandan 1994 genocide.

[Observer] Journalist Justus Muhanguzi has reported a case to police over threats on his life after he launched a book with his account of what happened during the Rwandan 1994 genocide.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

High Interest Rates ‘Preventing Govt From Giving Women Money’

[Observer] If it were not for the high interest rates charged by financial institutions, government would have been able to channel money to women with the aim boost their incomes, ministry of Finance has said.

[Observer] If it were not for the high interest rates charged by financial institutions, government would have been able to channel money to women with the aim boost their incomes, ministry of Finance has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Professor Drags Psychiatrist to Court for Diagnosing Him With Dementia

[Observer] Retired Supreme court judge, Professor George Wilson Kanyeihamba is a newspaper columnist and has just finalized writing a book, Case Book On Lawyers, Ethics, Professional Fees And Charges.

[Observer] Retired Supreme court judge, Professor George Wilson Kanyeihamba is a newspaper columnist and has just finalized writing a book, Case Book On Lawyers, Ethics, Professional Fees And Charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Revenue Boss’s Payment of Bonuses ‘Grounds for Dismissal or Suspension’

[Daily Maverick] The Auditor-General has given tax boss Tom Moyane an ultimatum: Declare controversial bonus payments to your executive committee as irregular expenditure or SARS gets slapped with a qualified audit opinion. The bonuses Moyane unilatera…

[Daily Maverick] The Auditor-General has given tax boss Tom Moyane an ultimatum: Declare controversial bonus payments to your executive committee as irregular expenditure or SARS gets slapped with a qualified audit opinion. The bonuses Moyane unilaterally increased and signed off on around August 2016 is possible irregular expenditure and, if so, should cost him his job as head of the South African Revenue Service. To find a way around this dilemma, Moyane first attempted to interdict the Auditor-General from signing the a

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Opposition Split On Age Limit Cash

[Monitor] Parliament -The opposition in Parliament has expressed divided opinions and disagreement over the Shs29 million meant for consultations on the Age limit amendment Bill.

[Monitor] Parliament -The opposition in Parliament has expressed divided opinions and disagreement over the Shs29 million meant for consultations on the Age limit amendment Bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Prosecution Plays Videos in Ntaganzwa Genocide Trial

[New Times] The jury in the trial of Genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa at Specialised Chamber for International Crimes at the High Court Thursday watched video recording which prosecution said showed sites where the suspect committed killings.

[New Times] The jury in the trial of Genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa at Specialised Chamber for International Crimes at the High Court Thursday watched video recording which prosecution said showed sites where the suspect committed killings.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda