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Saturday, July 13th, 2019

 

NTVUganda has added Judiciary considers recalling retired judges to handle case backlog video

Judiciary considers recalling retired judges to handle case backlog The Judiciary believes plea bargaining, recalling retired judges and deploying experienced lawyers to handle some cases will help reduce on the case backlog in the country. According to the senior communications officer of the Judiciary Solomon Muyita the problem of case backlog will continue for as long as there are few judicial officers to handle the cases. In Uganda, a judicial officer is expected to handle 25 cases per month translating into about 300 cases per year. #NTVNews Subscribe to OurRead More


NTVUganda has added BUSIA MALARIA DRUGS TONITE video

BUSIA MALARIA DRUGS TONITE #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 13, 2019 at 03:31PM


NTVUganda has added Speaker promises to champion Bududa issues video

Speaker promises to champion Bududa issues The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga has pledged to give priority to issues concerning the people of Bududa in parliament. Kadaga, who was addressing residents of Bududa, during a thanksgiving ceremony for Lutsheshe County MP Godfrey Watenga, revealed that a number of issues arising from the area have been brought to her attention which require immediate attention. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax CanadaRead More


NTVUganda has added Friends and family attend industrialist Mukwano’s burial video

Friends and family attend industrialist Mukwano’s burial President Museveni has commended deceased industrialist Amirali Karmali, also known as Mukwano for accomplishing his vision of empowering Ugandans through job creation. The commendation came as hundreds attended his burial at the Ismailia cemetery in Kololo in Kampala, later today. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 13, 2019 at 03:31PM


Turkey to increase investments in Uganda – envoy

Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp Trade volume between two countries currently stands at $40 millionBy Anadolu Agency KAMPALA, Uganda Several Turkish companies have opened manufacturing plants and other businesses in Uganda, creating jobs and boosting the local economy, a top diplomat has told Anadolu Agency. “The Turkish government is promoting a model of encouraging its companies to invest more in developing economies rather than just exporting goods to these countries. This helps the local economy to develop,” Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp, said in an exclusive interview. Turkish companiesRead More


Turkey to increase investments in Uganda – envoy

Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp Trade volume between two countries currently stands at $40 millionBy Anadolu Agency KAMPALA, Uganda Several Turkish companies have opened manufacturing plants and other businesses in Uganda, creating jobs and boosting the local economy, a top diplomat has told Anadolu Agency. “The Turkish government is promoting a model of encouraging its companies to invest more in developing economies rather than just exporting goods to these countries. This helps the local economy to develop,” Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp, said in an exclusive interview. Turkish companiesRead More


Turkey to increase investments in Uganda – envoy

Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp Trade volume between two countries currently stands at $40 millionBy Anadolu Agency KAMPALA, Uganda Several Turkish companies have opened manufacturing plants and other businesses in Uganda, creating jobs and boosting the local economy, a top diplomat has told Anadolu Agency. “The Turkish government is promoting a model of encouraging its companies to invest more in developing economies rather than just exporting goods to these countries. This helps the local economy to develop,” Turkey’s ambassador to Uganda, Kerem Alp, said in an exclusive interview. Turkish companiesRead More


Airline Startup Of The Week – Uganda Airlines

The Uganda Airlines CRJ is the first of its kind fitted with the ATMOSPHÈRE cabin in Africa. Photo: Bombardier After a nearly 20 year hiatus, Uganda Airlines is back. Revived by the Ugandan government, the carrier hopes to improve access to the landlocked country and facilitate better transportation for those seeking to travel in and out of the East African nation. While not completely new to the scene, Uganda Airlines is our airline startup of the week. By Chris Loh, simpleflying.com As mentioned above, this airline is not a totally new start-up.Read More


Airline Startup Of The Week – Uganda Airlines

The Uganda Airlines CRJ is the first of its kind fitted with the ATMOSPHÈRE cabin in Africa. Photo: Bombardier After a nearly 20 year hiatus, Uganda Airlines is back. Revived by the Ugandan government, the carrier hopes to improve access to the landlocked country and facilitate better transportation for those seeking to travel in and out of the East African nation. While not completely new to the scene, Uganda Airlines is our airline startup of the week. By Chris Loh, simpleflying.com As mentioned above, this airline is not a totally new start-up.Read More


Uganda Plans New Coffee Law to Govern Farming of Its Key Export

Photographer: Taylor Weidman/Bloomberg Markets By BLOOMBERG Current legislation covers post-farm activities only Africa’s biggest coffee exporter aims to triple production Uganda, Africa’s top coffee exporter, plans to introduce a new law to regulate farming of the bean in a drive to boost quality and output for the nation’s main commodity export. The new legislation will replace a 1991 law that only covers post-farm activities such as marketing and processing, according to the National Coffee Bill that’s currently under consideration by lawmakers. The law would widen governance to issues related to plantingRead More