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PRESIDENT MUSEVENI COMMISSIONS NEW SUPREME COURT AND COURT OF APPEAL BUILDINGS

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday commissioned the newly built Supreme Court and Court of Appeal buildings at the Judiciary Headquarters in Kampala. During the commissioning, President Museveni congratulated the Judiciary and the government of Uganda for funding and putting up the two modern structures. “This was all done with the government money. It was not […]

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KCCA ED PRAISES AGHA KHAN UNIVERSITY AMBITIOUS HEALTH AND EDUCATION HUB IN KAMPALA

The Executive Director of  Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Dorothy Kisaka, has commended the Aga Khan University (AKU) for its transformative project, which is set to revolutionize education and healthcare in Uganda. Kisaka on Friday paid a visit to the Aga Khan University’s site where Amin Mawji OBE, the Diplomatic Representative of the Aga Khan

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Kampala scoops Shanghai Award!

Congratulations #Kampala for scooping the Shanghai Award! The inaugural Global Award for Sustainable Development in Cities, also known as the “Shanghai Award” recognizes the effort of cities and municipalities in fulfilling sustainable development commitments. The other cities awarded were Salvador in Brazil, Brisbane in Australia, George Town in Penang of Malaysia, and China’s southeast Fuzhou

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KCCA TO UPGRADE ACCESS ROADS AND DRAINAGE AT BUSEGA MARKET AHEAD OF OPENING

The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) is commencing work on access roads and the drainage system around Busega Market in Rubaga Division to prepare for its grand opening. These essential improvements will facilitate the establishment of a vibrant and accessible marketplace and are part of a broader effort to strengthen this critical economic center.  

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The KCCA Executive Director, Dorothy Kisaka has launched the book *Black Like Me?* in Kampala.

The KCCA Executive Director, Dorothy Kisaka has launched the book *Black Like Me?* in Kampala. The book chronicles the experiences of a Ugandan young man, Dennis Sempebwa, who has transversed over eighty countries taking his music and message to the nations. Dr. Dennis Sempebwa, the author, was the band leader of the much acclaimed *LIMIT

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KCCA has launched the valuation court session today in Nakawa Division Urban Council

KCCA has launched the valuation court session today in Nakawa Division Urban Council. The ceremony was presided over by the KCCA Executive Director, Dorothy Kisaka and hosted by the Nakawa Division Mayor, His Worship Paul Mugambe. KCCA valuation court is a statutory body established to handle tax issues arising from KCCA property tax queries and

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KCCA Executive Director says, the phrase Smart City Agenda is a rallying call to mobilise muna-Kampala to build the city together.

While appearing on the Spotlight program on Monday night, the KCCA Executive Director said, the phrase Smart City Agenda is a rallying call to mobilise muna-Kampala to build the city together. “Public awareness does not need the technical team alone. It needs everybody to join in. We may differ in our political parties, in the

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KCCA and ABSA Bank Uganda have launched a strategic partnership to improve service delivery in Kampala Capital City and achieve the Smart City Agenda

The KCCA Executive Director Dorothy Kisaka and the Managing Director ABSA bank, Uganda Mr. Mumba Kalifungwa launched the strategic partnership today at the Headquarters of Absa at Hannington Road in Kampala City.  Kisaka was accompanied by members of KCCA top management from Legal, Physical planning,  Treasury, and Gender   The partnership with ABSA will focus

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Iam a public servant who was given a job to do and a mandate to execute.Running away from it is not a solution or answer to the issues affecting Kampala. I am vested in the development of this nation, and I will not give up. What we need is resources, and we address the infrastructural challenges of the city -KCCA ED Dorothy Kisaka

We cannot do much without enough money.When we request for funds, we are not even given  half  of what we have asked for. By Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates. I am a public servant who was given a job to do and a mandate to  serve. Running away from it is not a solution or answer to

Iam a public servant who was given a job to do and a mandate to execute.Running away from it is not a solution or answer to the issues affecting Kampala. I am vested in the development of this nation, and I will not give up. What we need is resources, and we address the infrastructural challenges of the city -KCCA ED Dorothy Kisaka Read More »

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