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ACCU- GOVERNMENT MUST CHANNEL MP’S ESCORT MONEY TO SOCIAL SERVICES

By; Peter Ssebulime The Executive Director for Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) Cissy Kagaba has down played the directive to the ministry of finance, to procure armored vehicles for Members of Parliament. Kagaba told the press in Ntinda that it’s absurd for government to take such a decision, ignoring the financial implication to have all […]

TAXIES INCREASE TRANSPORT FARES BETWEEN UGX500 AND UGX 3000

BY; PETER SSEBULIME   Taxi operators under their Umbrella body “Uganda Transport Development Agency” (UTRADA) have resolved to increase transport fares by 500shillings for town service routes. According to UTRADA, medium routes between 20 to 40 miles will be increased by 1,000 shillings, long routes from 70 to 90 miles will pay additional 2,000 shillings, […]

ETHIOPIA: AMECEA WANTS BISHOPS TO FOCUS ON 7 AGENDAS FOR AFRICA

By; Jjunju Francis   The Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) Secretary General Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Lugonzo has called on bishops to deeply evaluate the origin and mission of AMECEA for future growth of the church in Africa. In his presentation on the 3rd day of the 19th AMECEA Plenary in Addis […]

TELECOM COMPANIES AWAIT CABINET PRONOUNCEMENT ON NEW TAXES

By; Ben Musanje Telecommunication Companies are eagerly waiting to receive positive news on the revised controversial social media and mobile money taxes. The Mobile Telecom Network-Uganda (MTN) Chief Executive Officer Wim Vanhelleputte told journalists in Kampala that they have recorded losses from over 100,000 mobile money agents which affected their inflows. The Finance minister Matia […]