Is Tullow’s 12-Year Adventure in Uganda’s Oil Sector Ending?

[Monitor] Finding success where others don’t. This was the New York Times headline on July 3, 2012. The article was describing how Tullow Oil Plc, an Irish company, was opening up frontiers in Kenya and Uganda where others had found the least success.

[Monitor] Finding success where others don't. This was the New York Times headline on July 3, 2012. The article was describing how Tullow Oil Plc, an Irish company, was opening up frontiers in Kenya and Uganda where others had found the least success.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

There Are Massive Opportunities in ICT Innovations, Says Expert

[Monitor] We have information that the Innovation Fund was incorporated into the annual plans of the ministry of ICT & National Guidance and was given a nod of approval by the President

[Monitor] We have information that the Innovation Fund was incorporated into the annual plans of the ministry of ICT & National Guidance and was given a nod of approval by the President

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dozens Feared Dead After Jet Accidentally Bombed IDP Camp

[Premium Times] The MSF, otherwise known as Doctors Without Borders, has said that at least 52 people were killed after a Nigerian fighter jet accidentally dropped a bomb on an internally displaced persons, IDP, camp.

[Premium Times] The MSF, otherwise known as Doctors Without Borders, has said that at least 52 people were killed after a Nigerian fighter jet accidentally dropped a bomb on an internally displaced persons, IDP, camp.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Gospel Artistes Are Dying Slowly

[Ghana Star] Award winning gospel musician Gifty Osei can’t fathom why Ghanaians cannot see gospel musicians as human being who have blood running through their veins.

[Ghana Star] Award winning gospel musician Gifty Osei can't fathom why Ghanaians cannot see gospel musicians as human being who have blood running through their veins.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Minister – 8 Million People Need Help in Northeast

[Daily Trust] Twenty six million people across the Northern states were affected by the Boko Haram crises, 14 million of who are in the North East and eight and a half million out of these need immediate relief, Minister of State for Budget and Nationa…

[Daily Trust] Twenty six million people across the Northern states were affected by the Boko Haram crises, 14 million of who are in the North East and eight and a half million out of these need immediate relief, Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Hajiya Zainab Ahmed said yesterday. She said this figure is bigger than the number of people affected by the crises in Syria but it has not gotten the same measure of response internationally. She spoke at Daily Trust's corporate headquarters where she paid a v

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Will Agency Banking Propel the Financial Sector to New Heights?

[Monitor] Banks and other financial sector players in Uganda await the issuance of the Agency Banking regulations in growing anticipation. Their issuance will allow for the extension of the provision of basic financial transactions to your local super …

[Monitor] Banks and other financial sector players in Uganda await the issuance of the Agency Banking regulations in growing anticipation. Their issuance will allow for the extension of the provision of basic financial transactions to your local super market, hardware shop or pharmacy. In this way, banks should offer more convenient, flexible and accessible account access for both new and existing customers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Police Investigates Anaka Hospital Fire

[Monitor] Nwoya -Police are investigating the cause of the fire that gutted Anaka Hospital in Nwoya District, destroying plumbing materials and furniture estimated to be worth several million shillings.

[Monitor] Nwoya -Police are investigating the cause of the fire that gutted Anaka Hospital in Nwoya District, destroying plumbing materials and furniture estimated to be worth several million shillings.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Government Halts Tororo Boundary Change

[Monitor] Tororo -The State Minister for Local Government, Ms Jennifer Namuyangu, announced at the weekend that the planned boundary demarcation in Tororo had been halted.

[Monitor] Tororo -The State Minister for Local Government, Ms Jennifer Namuyangu, announced at the weekend that the planned boundary demarcation in Tororo had been halted.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda