• Court finds Lwamafa, Obey, Kunsa guilty of fraud

    Anti Corruption Court in Kampala has found three former top employees of ministry of public service including Jimmy Lwamafa, the ex-permanent secretary guilty of all the ten charges slapped against them by the state. Presiding judge, Lawrence Gidudu summarised in his ruling that the fraud to steal the Shs88.2 billion was hatched in the public […]

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  • Gulu accountant held over Shs67 million youth fund

    GULU- Police in Gulu District have arrested an accounting officer in charge of the Youth Livelihood Project (YLP) over alleged embezzlement of Shs67 million meant to benefit youth in the district. The suspect, Mr David Lalonyo, an accountant at the department of health in the district, was arrested on Friday on orders of the district […]

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  • Minister refuses to commission school building over shoddy work

    The Minister for Presidency Esther Mbayo has refused to commission a school building that was constructed at Achaba Technical School in Oyam District over shoddy work. Ms Mbayo was on Wednesday invited by Oyam District authorities to commission the building that houses a multi-purpose hall, offices and school library which was constructed through a pledge […]

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  • Speak Out Against Corruption in The Judiciary

    We are giving you the power to speak out against corruption. Report any cases of corrupt judicial officers to the numbers below. Help make Uganda a corruption free country.

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  • High exports of gold baffle BOU officials

    Just where do Uganda’s gold exports come from? Which companies are mining and exporting this gold? Who are the buyers of this gold? Finding the answers to these questions, leave alone the clues, is the latest puzzle that  has baffled officials at Bank of Uganda after new figures showed that gold exports jumped by more […]

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  • Museveni launches Kamuli road amid quality concerns

    The commissioning of the newly-modified Jinja-Kamuli road on October 14 by President Museveni united people in celebration but a row over the quality of the work still separates the contractor, Dott Services, and Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra). Speaking at the function in Kamuli town, President Museveni said he commissioned the road even as complaints […]

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  • Is Uganda’s economy due for another structural adjustment programme?

    The recent suspension of World Bank loans and tedious negotiations government has to do to resolve the impasse brings back to memory the days Uganda had to adopt painful policy and institutional reforms in order to qualify for similar loans and grants. Many still blame the World Bank and her sister institution, the IMF, for […]

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  • Public Service overturns suspension of Health boss

    The head of Public Service, Mr John Mitala, yesterday reinstated Mr Ronald Segawa Gyagenda as the accounting officer for the Ministry of Health, three days after permanent secretary, Dr Asuman Lukawago, interdicted him. Dr Lukwago based the suspension on allegations contained in a dossier by a whistle-blower, Mr Matia Mutabazi, to the Inspectorate of Government […]

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  • Report corrupt government officials so I deal with them –Museveni

    Ticking off his government’s achievements, President Yoweri Museveni on Thursday said corruption has significantly declined but urged investors to identify the corrupt government for him to deal with them. Mr Museveni while speaking on Thursday at the official opening of the 24th Uganda Manufacturers Association trade fair at Lugogo in Kampala said: “I have already […]

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  • Civil society cautions government on rising debt

    The civil society in Uganda has warned government against over borrowing to finance ambitious infrastructure projects in the country. Uganda’s public debt, though still sustainable, has risen in recent years, primarily on account of borrowing to finance infrastructure projects that are necessary to improve the economy’s productive capacity and competitiveness over the medium-long term. The […]

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