Engineers Decry Quacks in the Profession

[Monitor] Kampala -Top engineers have decried the high numbers of unregistered engineers operating in the country, fearing that the profession may be infiltrated by quacks something that impacts on quality of infrastructural works.

[Monitor] Kampala -Top engineers have decried the high numbers of unregistered engineers operating in the country, fearing that the profession may be infiltrated by quacks something that impacts on quality of infrastructural works.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

In Just Two Years – Over 3000 New Industrial Plants Pop Up

[Daily News] Dodoma -MORE than 3,600 small to large scale industries have been built over the past two years under President John Magufuli’s leadership, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango, told Parliamentarians yesterday.

[Daily News] Dodoma -MORE than 3,600 small to large scale industries have been built over the past two years under President John Magufuli's leadership, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango, told Parliamentarians yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mutebi Worried About Strikers’ Goal Dearth

[Monitor] Kampala -Ahead of the Caf Champions League return leg match against St George in which they must score to progress, KCCA manager Mike Mutebi has lamented his strikers’ profligacy in front of goal in the last four games.

[Monitor] Kampala -Ahead of the Caf Champions League return leg match against St George in which they must score to progress, KCCA manager Mike Mutebi has lamented his strikers’ profligacy in front of goal in the last four games.

Community Policing Should Be Used As Solution to City Floods

[Monitor] The rain is here. It has been one week of downpour and so far, devastating flooding effects have been felt in the areas of, among others, Kigowa, Kalinabiri, Bwaise, Lufuka, Nalukolongo, Ndeeba, and Nateete where policemen lost their uniforms…

[Monitor] The rain is here. It has been one week of downpour and so far, devastating flooding effects have been felt in the areas of, among others, Kigowa, Kalinabiri, Bwaise, Lufuka, Nalukolongo, Ndeeba, and Nateete where policemen lost their uniforms and personal belongings, and had to spend the night standing in flooded accommodation units.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Two Ordered to Pay Court Charges After Loss

[Daily News] THE High Court’s Commercial Division has ordered two shareholders with National Investment Company Limited (NICOL), Salum Shamte and Boniventura Mtei, to pay 3.4m/-as costs after losing their case challenging resolutions to investigate all…

[Daily News] THE High Court's Commercial Division has ordered two shareholders with National Investment Company Limited (NICOL), Salum Shamte and Boniventura Mtei, to pay 3.4m/-as costs after losing their case challenging resolutions to investigate alleged misuse of 10bn/- company funds.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NDA Should Put Its Act Together

[Monitor] On Tuesday, the National Drug Authority (NDA), announced the presence on the market of fake Hepatitis B drugs, which it said are being administered in immunisation camps.

[Monitor] On Tuesday, the National Drug Authority (NDA), announced the presence on the market of fake Hepatitis B drugs, which it said are being administered in immunisation camps.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

UN Calls for Release of Arbitrarily Arrested

[VOA] The United Nations Human Rights Office is calling on the Eritrean government to immediately release all people who are arbitrarily detained and ensure they receive a fair trial. On Wednesday, a senior rights official updated the U.N. Human Rights…

[VOA] The United Nations Human Rights Office is calling on the Eritrean government to immediately release all people who are arbitrarily detained and ensure they receive a fair trial. On Wednesday, a senior rights official updated the U.N. Human Rights Council on the prevailing rights situation in Eritrea.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Kigali Photography Centre Comes of Age

[New Times] Three months ago, the Kigali Centre For Photography (KCFP) opened its doors to the public. Located in Kacyiru behind the American Embassy, the centre is the brainchild of Rwandan freelance photographer Jacques Nkinzingabo. The December 10 o…

[New Times] Three months ago, the Kigali Centre For Photography (KCFP) opened its doors to the public. Located in Kacyiru behind the American Embassy, the centre is the brainchild of Rwandan freelance photographer Jacques Nkinzingabo. The December 10 opening also doubled as a joint photo exhibition -Agahugu Gato (Little Country).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘Togikwatako’ Activist Elected Makerere Guild President

[Independent (Kampala)] Papa Were Salim, a Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leaning Independent candidate, was Wednesday declared winner of the Makerere University Guild Presidential race.

[Independent (Kampala)] Papa Were Salim, a Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leaning Independent candidate, was Wednesday declared winner of the Makerere University Guild Presidential race.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Africa Ready for Digital, Museveni Tells Customs Experts

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -President Yoweri Museveni has stressed that the African continent that lacked unity in the past, has now woken up after the industrial revolution and will not miss out on the digital revolution. He said Africans will no…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -President Yoweri Museveni has stressed that the African continent that lacked unity in the past, has now woken up after the industrial revolution and will not miss out on the digital revolution. He said Africans will now be part of global trade on equal terms.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda