600 Farmers Converge in Mpigi for Training On How to Change Economy

[Monitor] Mpigi -Over 600 extension workers from different districts across the country have converged at the National Farmers’ Leadership Center (NFLC) in Kampiringisa, Mpigi District for a five-day mindset change training workshop.

[Monitor] Mpigi -Over 600 extension workers from different districts across the country have converged at the National Farmers' Leadership Center (NFLC) in Kampiringisa, Mpigi District for a five-day mindset change training workshop.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

12 Hospitalised After Bus Accident On Karuma-Packwach Road

[Monitor] Nwoya -At least 12 people are receiving treatment at Anaka Hospital after sustaining injuries in a bus accident on the Karuma-Packwach Highway in Nwoya District.

[Monitor] Nwoya -At least 12 people are receiving treatment at Anaka Hospital after sustaining injuries in a bus accident on the Karuma-Packwach Highway in Nwoya District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Museveni’s Advisor On Political Affairs Released On Bail

[Monitor] Kampala -The Specialised Utilities Wild and Standards Court on Wednesday released on court bond, Mr Yekoyada Nuwagaba, a Senior Presidential Advisor on political affairs, who is facing charges of unlawful possession of hippopotamus teeth, a l…

[Monitor] Kampala -The Specialised Utilities Wild and Standards Court on Wednesday released on court bond, Mr Yekoyada Nuwagaba, a Senior Presidential Advisor on political affairs, who is facing charges of unlawful possession of hippopotamus teeth, a live tortoise and tortoise scales.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ambassador – Al-Basher Participation in Summit Affirms Stance Towards Palestinian Issue

[SNA] Istanbul -Sudan’s Ambassador to Turkey, Yousef Al-Kordofani has underlined that the participation of President Al-Basher in the Emergency Islamic Summit, in Istanbul, came in response to an official invitation extended by his brother, Reccep Taye…

[SNA] Istanbul -Sudan's Ambassador to Turkey, Yousef Al-Kordofani has underlined that the participation of President Al-Basher in the Emergency Islamic Summit, in Istanbul, came in response to an official invitation extended by his brother, Reccep Tayeb Erdogan, the current Chairman of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (ICO) to affirm Sudan support to the Palestinian cause and Palestinian people.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Al-Basher Arrives in Turkey

[SNA] Istanbul -President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Basher arrived in Turkey in the early hours of Wednesday, leading Sudan’s delegation to the Emergency Islamic Summit scheduled to kick off, Wednesday, in the Turkish capital of Istanbul.

[SNA] Istanbul -President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Basher arrived in Turkey in the early hours of Wednesday, leading Sudan's delegation to the Emergency Islamic Summit scheduled to kick off, Wednesday, in the Turkish capital of Istanbul.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Majority of Old and New MPs Support Age Limit Bill

[Monitor] Kampala -In the third and final part of the Daily Monitor poll, ninety-nine of the 248 MPs who are serving their first term in Parliament support the Bill seeking to lift the presidential age limit.

[Monitor] Kampala -In the third and final part of the Daily Monitor poll, ninety-nine of the 248 MPs who are serving their first term in Parliament support the Bill seeking to lift the presidential age limit.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

New, Old MPs Split Over Age Limit Bill

[Monitor] Kampala -Nearly an equal percentage of new and old MPs said they support or oppose the proposal to scrap the presidential age limit, meaning being a senior or newcomer in Parliament has no significant impact on voting decisions.

[Monitor] Kampala -Nearly an equal percentage of new and old MPs said they support or oppose the proposal to scrap the presidential age limit, meaning being a senior or newcomer in Parliament has no significant impact on voting decisions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

No Plans to Curb Imports – Minister

[Daily News] LOCAL manufacturers should strive to improve quality of their products so as to compete in the market as the government will not curb imports to protect them, the Deputy Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Ms Stella Manyanya, has …

[Daily News] LOCAL manufacturers should strive to improve quality of their products so as to compete in the market as the government will not curb imports to protect them, the Deputy Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Ms Stella Manyanya, has cautioned.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania