Bring to an End Death of Expectant Mothers

[Monitor] Death has again robbed the country of an expectant mother in Kakumiro District (see: ‘Mother dies in labour over negligence’, Daily Monitor, May 3). The most distressing thing about the death is the claim that the deceased mother could have l…

[Monitor] Death has again robbed the country of an expectant mother in Kakumiro District (see: 'Mother dies in labour over negligence', Daily Monitor, May 3). The most distressing thing about the death is the claim that the deceased mother could have lived to see another day had the health workers at Kasambya Health Centre III handled her case with the care and urgency it deserved.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Improve Productivity At Work – Uganda Investment Authority

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandan workers need to focus on improving productivity at their work places, as labour productivity is one of the key attractions for credible investment, Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) executive director Jolly Kaguhangire has said.

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandan workers need to focus on improving productivity at their work places, as labour productivity is one of the key attractions for credible investment, Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) executive director Jolly Kaguhangire has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Will the Last Journalist Out Please Switch Off the Newsroom Lights?

[Monitor] A few weeks ago my friend Richard Kavuma quit journalism. Rimkav, as everyone knows him, and whose last newsroom job was as Editor of the Observer newspaper, was easily the most solid journalist of our generation.

[Monitor] A few weeks ago my friend Richard Kavuma quit journalism. Rimkav, as everyone knows him, and whose last newsroom job was as Editor of the Observer newspaper, was easily the most solid journalist of our generation.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Fear Grips Clerics As Criminal Gangs Target Churches

[Monitor] Sembabule/Bukomansimbi -The spate of night attacks that have engulfed Masaka and neighbouring districts have not spared the clergy with the first victims being priests at Sembabule and Buyoga Catholic parishes in Sembabule and Bukomansimbi di…

[Monitor] Sembabule/Bukomansimbi -The spate of night attacks that have engulfed Masaka and neighbouring districts have not spared the clergy with the first victims being priests at Sembabule and Buyoga Catholic parishes in Sembabule and Bukomansimbi districts respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda’s Economy Is Not in Recession but Its Growth Is Wanting

[Monitor] In June 2016, the budget speech indicated that Uganda’s economy was to grow at 5.5 per cent in Financial Year (FY) 2017/18 from 4.6 per cent growth outturn in FY 2016/17, which itself was lower than the 5 per cent forecast in June 2015. In th…

[Monitor] In June 2016, the budget speech indicated that Uganda's economy was to grow at 5.5 per cent in Financial Year (FY) 2017/18 from 4.6 per cent growth outturn in FY 2016/17, which itself was lower than the 5 per cent forecast in June 2015. In the Bank of Uganda (BoU) monetary policy statement for February 2017, they underscored that growth had been revised downwards to 4.5 per cent in FY 2016/17 due to slower economic activity in the first half of the FY. This was also reflected in the shortfall in domestic r

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Opposition’s Musyoka Blames President’s Allies for NGO Woes

[Nation] Nasa co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has blamed Jubilee for the freezing of his foundation’s bank accounts, saying it marked the beginning of the party’s scheme to run a dirty campaign against members of the opposition alliance.

[Nation] Nasa co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has blamed Jubilee for the freezing of his foundation's bank accounts, saying it marked the beginning of the party's scheme to run a dirty campaign against members of the opposition alliance.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya