Who Shall Account For Those Who Die While Fighting For Our Right to Live?

[Monitor] In the moments before his death Private M.Y. Masasa wore a tired, resigned look. His overgrown beard, strewn with streaks of grey, made him look older in his fatigues but most of the fatigue was stored in his eyes, which laboured to read the …

[Monitor] In the moments before his death Private M.Y. Masasa wore a tired, resigned look. His overgrown beard, strewn with streaks of grey, made him look older in his fatigues but most of the fatigue was stored in his eyes, which laboured to read the prepared text of pre-mortem capitulation held, unseen, somewhere ahead of him.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cheap, Deadly Booze Killing Uganda’s Future

[Monitor] The rest of the country should pick a leaf from the northern districts if we are to save a generation of our youth from ending up as a social waste on account of alcohol abuse.

[Monitor] The rest of the country should pick a leaf from the northern districts if we are to save a generation of our youth from ending up as a social waste on account of alcohol abuse.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Unpaid Coach Micho Wants to Stay, Holds Luwagga Dear

[Monitor] Kampala -Even when he still whines about missing months’ pay, Uganda Cranes boss Micho Sredejovic emphasises his ultimate desire to carry on his duties as national team coach.

[Monitor] Kampala -Even when he still whines about missing months' pay, Uganda Cranes boss Micho Sredejovic emphasises his ultimate desire to carry on his duties as national team coach.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Are Not Exposed to Crane Bank Toxic Loans, Says dfcu

[Monitor] According to Bank of Uganda (BoU), one of the reasons Crane Bank became undercapitalised in a space of a year was because of the failure by borrowers to honour their debt obligations.

[Monitor] According to Bank of Uganda (BoU), one of the reasons Crane Bank became undercapitalised in a space of a year was because of the failure by borrowers to honour their debt obligations.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

CMA Gets Nod From Global Securities Standards Body

[Monitor] Kampala -The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) Uganda has been admitted by global securities standards setter, the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) as a signatory to Appendix A of the IOSCO Multilateral Memorandum of…

[Monitor] Kampala -The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) Uganda has been admitted by global securities standards setter, the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) as a signatory to Appendix A of the IOSCO Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding (MMoU).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Border Trade Project Fails to Start

[Monitor] Cross -In May 2015, the Ministry of Trade and Industry launched the Great Lakes Trade Facilitation Project (GLTFP) aimed at boosting regional trade by removing constraints to trade and improving infrastructure.

[Monitor] Cross -In May 2015, the Ministry of Trade and Industry launched the Great Lakes Trade Facilitation Project (GLTFP) aimed at boosting regional trade by removing constraints to trade and improving infrastructure.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Margaret Mwanakatwe Keeps In Touch With Constituency Ground Work

Commerce minister Margaret Mwanakatwe is one of the few MPs that has kept in touch with her constituency making sure all systems are underway. This week Mwanakatwe has been going round her constituency checking on markets and clinics. “When Traffic … Continued

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Commerce minister Margaret Mwanakatwe is one of the few MPs that has kept in touch with her constituency making sure all systems are underway. This week Mwanakatwe has been going round her constituency checking on markets and clinics. “When Traffic is not smoothly flowing within the perimeter of Trading, business is affected and when business is affected,The economy will be affected,” she said after a tour of Kulima Tower Bus Station in the CBD. “In my capacity as Minister of Commerce Trade and Industry and Area member of parliament for Lusaka central Constituency I toured Kulima Tower bus station to see how we can deal with the drainage system and also discuss on how we can handle the issue of Traffic in Freedom way and cha cha cha road.” Mwanakatwe announced long term and short term plans to improve drainage at Kulima Tower. “For now we will make sure all blocked drainage’s are worked on immediately and find a quick solution on traffic flow as we work on the long solutions,” she said. “When the government is committed, the citizens are willing, nothing is impossible.” Mwanakatwe urges her members to keep make Lusaka Central Constituency clean. Later, the MP visited Civic center Clinic which is under renovations. “I was impressed with the services offered at the Hospital,and all we can do is support them to do more.” The post Margaret Mwanakatwe Keeps In Touch With Constituency Ground Work appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Dry Spell Pushes up Uganda’s Inflation to 5.9 %

[Monitor] Kampala -The prolonged dry spell being experienced in most parts of the country have caused an increase in Uganda’s annual headline inflation to 5.9 per cent for the year ending January 2017, from 5.7 per cent registered in the previous year …

[Monitor] Kampala -The prolonged dry spell being experienced in most parts of the country have caused an increase in Uganda's annual headline inflation to 5.9 per cent for the year ending January 2017, from 5.7 per cent registered in the previous year that ended December 31, 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda