The Government of Uganda, following the directive of President Yoweri Museveni, is in a move re-open the defunct Kilembe copper mine estimated to contain 4.5million tons of ore. An investor will also be sought immediately.
The National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) announced the completion of the Water Supply Improvement Project that will boost service delivery in Sembabule town and the surrounding areas.
The strategy by telecom giant MTN Telecommunications Company of getting Ugandans involved as partners in its activities has been described as very important by President Yoweri Museveni who said it allows Ugandans and Africans to be partners in all the activities of the company.
The Accounting Officers in the Local Governments have been asked to hand over all health facility sites for construction works to the UPDF Engineering Brigade.
On October 9, all roads will lead to Kololo Ceremonial Grounds as Uganda marks her 59th Independence Day anniversary.
Parliament has directed Government to provide the status report on the construction of the Lubowa Specialized Hospital as well as the eligibility of Power China International Group to undertake the project.
Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) secured 3,380 acres of land from six districts in northern Uganda for establishment of industrial parks, taking the total to 4,850 acres, including the 1,270 acres donated by western Uganda districts.
With support from the African Development Bank and other partners, the Ugandan government has launched the last-mile connectivity component under the Uganda Rural Electricity Access Project in Iganga in the eastern Luuka District.
Uganda and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) signed an infrastructure deal worth 79.1 million euros (about Shs328.6 billion) to improve water access in rural areas of Isingiro district.