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Speaker Kadaga Puts KCCA on Notice Over Harassing Vendors

Officials from Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) have been put on notice by the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, over the persistent allegations of harassing vendors. Kadaga faulted KCCA over claims that it is dragging its feet on the renewal of their licenses, making them vulnerable to brutal arrests and crackdown

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PHOTOS: Agony as KCCA Law Enforcers Evict Street Vendors

Distress has Monday morning filled vendors in Nakasero Market after Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) law enforcement officers raided the market, destroying and confiscating merchandise of those selling from the road side. The law enforcers were acting on a directive issued by Minister for Kampala Beti Olive Namisango Kamya on Thursday

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Ofwono Opondo: Museveni May Force Jennifer Musisi to Keep KCCA Job

Government spokesman Ofwono Opondo has said President Yoweri Museveni may force Jennifer Musisi Ssemakula to stay as KCCA executive director. Musisi handed in her resignation letter on Monday ahead of her office handover in mid-December. She cited political differences, seven years since she took up the job.   Ofwono Opondo on Jennifer Musisi Resignation   Citing

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Men Caught Preserving Meat With Deadly Chemicals Get 8 Months in Jail

Six men who were recently caught preserving meat and fish with deadly chemicals have been sentenced to 8 months in Jail. City Hall grade one magistrate Beatrice Kayinza sentenced Erias Katumba, Isa Ssenoga , Isma Mutebi, Umar Kalyango, Baker Mulondo and Ibrahim Ssekitto to jail on Thursday (January 11, 2018), dismissing

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Museveni, Taxi Operators Agree on Annual Levies After State House Meeting

President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday met Taxi Operators at State house Entebbe to resolve their matter the “high” monthly taxes levied on them by Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA). It will be remembered that taxi operators under their umbrella association ‘Drivers and Conductors Central Association (DACCA) on Wednesday last week paralyzed business

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