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Police find missing Phillip Tumwebaze at friend’s home

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Police at Kira Road has found Phillip Tumwebaze Wabwire, 27 who was feared kidnapped in Kyanja last week. In a statement on Saturday, Police said they found him at his friend’s house, having tracked him through another of his close friends. Police said investigations are …

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Muhakanizi’s fight for UTL

UTL: Finance Minister, PS Muhakanizi says the new move is to drive internet price cuts in the country Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Uganda government’s new  plan to procure all mobile and fixed telephony communication services as well as internet from Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL) at a lower price is …

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UCC warns on live broadcasts after parliment brawl

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Communications Communication (UCC) has accused Ugandan radio and televisions of relaying live broadcasts they say “are inciting the public, discriminating, stirring up hatred, promoting a culture of violence among viewers and are likely to create public insecurity and violence.” UCC  directed broadcasters to stop …

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Airtel Uganda launches fastest 4G internet

Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Airtel Uganda, Uganda’s second largest telecom firm has today launched its 4GLTE mobile telecommunications technology in the presence of Information and Communications Minister, Frank Tumwebaze and Uganda Communication Commission Director for Corporate Affairs, Fred Otunnu. Speaking at the launch in Kampala, the company’s Managing Director, …

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TUMWEBAZE: Government to hold monthly open days

Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Government is set to hold monthly open events in which its agencies and departments will explain to the public matters service delivery, according to the Minister of Information Technology and Communications Frank Tumwebaze. Tumwebaze was speaking Thursday Sept. 21 at the ICT Ministry headquarters in …

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THIS WEEK: Cabinet issues tough rules on travels

THIS WEEK: Cabinet issues tough rules on travels The number of civil servants frequently and unnecessarily going abroad might reduce after an Aug 25 resolution by the cabinet setting tough guidelines for anyone to travel, a move intended to cut down on public expenditure and also reduce the prime minister’s …

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THIS WEEK: Cabinet urges on accommodating divergent views

THIS WEEK: Cabinet urges on accommodating divergent views Following attacks on legislator Simeo Nsubuga and Constitutional Affairs Minister Kahinda Otafiire, cabinet in an Aug04 meeting resolved people who assault those that they don’t agree with ideologically be ‘seriously’ dealt with. “Cabinet has therefore among other resolutions directed the Police and …

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