Tuesday Jul 22
Police dispatch disciplinary units to Rwenzori region
Three Police disciplinary units are in Rwenzori region in western Uganda to hear cases of security personnel accused of poor response to the July 5 attacks that claimed at least 92 lives in Bundibugyo, Ntoroko and Kasese districts.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Cop Dies In Gory Crash
The accident happened when the motorbike the police constable was riding crashed into the side of a Hyundai salon car at about 11:00 pm on Friday, killing him on the spot.
Uganda: Two Dead in King Oyo Convoy Accident
Reports are coming in that Tooro king Oyo Nyimba today escaped unhurt when his convoy was involved in an accident on the Kampala-Fort Portal highway.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Government to announce $1.5bn alternative to slashed $3bn CDB loan
Government says it will soon announce a $1.5bn lifeline for some key infrastructural projects that could suffer after the initial $3billion Chinese loan meant to execute these projects was slashed to $1.5bn.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Parliament ratifies agreement among gov't, two others
Parliament on Wednesday ratified a commercial agreement among the government, Lonrho Ports Ghana Ltd and Atuabo Freeport Ghana Ltd in respect of the Ghana Oil and Gas Freeport Project.
Cancellation of Chinese loan won't affect port project'
The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has stated that the cancellation of the second tranche of the $3 billion China Development Bank loan will not affect the ongoing Takoradi Port expansion project.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
China is not 'Father Christmas' to dole out cash to unprepared gov't - IMANI
Founding President of IMANI Center for Policy and Education, Franklin Cudjoe, has described as shameful the time government is wasting on the procurement of the $3 billion China Development Bank loan facility.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Terpker to seek Parliament's approval to reduce $3bn CDB loan to $1.5bn
Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, has given indication he will soon present to the Legislature, a request to reduce the $3 billion China Development Bank loan to half.
Sekondi Methodist Church In Tears
Solomon Ebo Sam, Chief Executive Officer of Global Designs in Takoradi and staunch Methodist, was allegedly shot dead by a suspected armed robber at Eyiaba Lodge - a popular hotel located between Akyem Oda and Akyem Swedru.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Committee clears MCE of financial misconduct
Sekondi , July15, GNA - A three-member committee set up by the Western Regional Coordinating Council to investigate Captain Anthony Cudjoe , Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Chief Executive, for misconduct has cleared him of any wrong doing, Mr. Paul Evans Aidoo, the Regional Minister, said on Monday.
Lorry fares up in Sekondi/Takoradi metropolis
Transport fares within the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly have shot up by 20 to 30 pesewas.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
King Oyo starts his six days fasting
The King of Tooro, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukiidi IV, has on Monday started fasting for a week protesting what he sees as President Museveni's decision to create more kingdoms within the greater Tooro monarchy.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
High Court orders retrial of Masaka immature fish case
MASAKA High Court Justice Ferrah Musoke-Kibuuka has nullified a judgment in which a Kalangala Grade One Magistrate had convicted four men of being in possession of alleged immature fish and convicted them under a retracted law.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Ghanaians mark one week of Gladys Asmah's death
Ghanaians have been asked to use the death of Mrs Gladys Asmah, a former Minister of Women and Children's Affairs , under the Kufuor Administration, to unite and reconcile the nation.
Gladys Asmah One Week Held
A section of the mourners Family, political associates and friends of the late Gladys Asmah, former Minister of Fisheries, yesterday converged on the Ridge Church in Accra to commemorate one week of her passing.
Kenya: Land Prices Up in Kitale Town On Growing Demand
Property agents say an acre is now priced at between Sh80 million and Sh100 million within the town.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Sekondi Trotro Drivers On Strike
A cross section of the aggrieved drivers Scores of commuters at the Sekondi 'Tro-tro' station yesterday became stranded, as the commercial drivers embarked on a sit-down strike in protest against the refusal of the city's authorities to rehabilitate their deplorable lorry park.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
African nations give Rwandan rebels six months to disarm
A militant from the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda squats near a pile of weapons after their surrender in Kateku, a small town in eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo , May 30, 2014.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
How illegal timber finds its way to the market
A police officer watches as people load timber that was impounded in Muhanji Forest Reserve in Kyenjojo District last week.
Bagaya calls for team to spearhead asset return
The kingdom prime minister, Mr Stephen Kaliba, blamed MPs for boycotting their meetings and not taking part in demanding for the assets.