Kisaka Explains Cost of AFDB Funded City Roads

The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Dorothy Kisaka has come out to clarify on the alleged inflated cost of its ongoing Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP) road works. Funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the project costing $288m will see a total of at least 30 roads across the city rehabilitated. As we…

KCCA to Construct over 40 Modern Public Toilets in Kampala KCCA

Follow us on all social media, type “HICGI News Agency” By KCCA-PCA More than 40 modern public toilets are to be constructed in Kampala city, to ease pressure on the existing toilets and improve on sanitation. The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Dorothy Kisaka has revealed that the toilets will be constructed under…

KCCA Partners with Colas UK to Revamp City Roads

By KCCA-PCA The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and Colas UK have signed a memorandum of understanding to rehabilitate roads and construct bridges in the city. The partnership is aimed at transforming Kampala by opening up the city to achieve improved access, reduced congestion and reduction of associated problems like crime, and health-hazards. The project…

AFREXIM Bank to Build Regional offices in Kampala

The Government of Uganda has offered a piece of land to African-Export-Import Bank (AFREXIM Bank) for the construction of regional headquarters in Kampala. Finance Minister Hon. Matia Kasaija handed over the land along Yusuf Lule Rd (Formerly NSSF land) to the President and Chairman of Board of Directors of AFREXIM Bank , Dr Benedict Okey…

Deadline for Kampala Boda Boda Census comes closer

By PCA/KCCA As the deadline for the Kampala Boda Boda Census comes closer, the Chairperson Boda Boda ridders in Kampala, Sadat Kisiko has rallied fellow riders to turn up in big numbers and be counted. The census that is currently going on at all Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) divisions is expected to end on…

KCCA enforcement officers will be using body- worn cameras

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has procured body cameras for their over 120 law enforcement officers to be able to monitor what happens when they are deployed maintain trade order in the city.  A surveillance system will also be put in place whereby even when an officer removes or switches off the camera they will…

KCCA partners with ATC to Install Smart Poles.

By PCA/KCCA ATC Uganda has boosted the Kampala Capital City Authority’s ambitious plan to give the city smart look. The smart streetlight initiative being implemented by ATC Uganda, is providing the city with smart poles equipped with LED lights and telecom infrastructure for connectivity. The smart poles will mark a futuristic upgrade of street infrastructure…

Kisaka Launches Sevo Football and Netball Tournament

By KCCA/PCA Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Dorothy Kisaka on Thursday launched the Sevo Cup football and netball tournament, which will be held annually. Sixteen teams representing each of the 16 KCCA public markets are to participate in this tournament where the winner will walk away with a bus for the football team…

Kampala elderly persons receive SAGE money

By KCCA/ PCA Elderly persons in Kampala under the Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) program have this week received their monthly stipend. At least 2,900 elderly persons are registered to benefit from SAGE program in Kampala City. This is the third year that the elderly persons in Kampala are benefiting from the program since…

KCCA ED Flags off Kampala Teams for National Ball Games, MDD Competition

By KCCA/PCA The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director, Dorothy Kisaka on Thursday flagged off the teams for two national events; National ball game championships and the National Primary Schools Music, Dance and Drama Competition. The flag off ceremony was held at the KCCA gardens. In the ball games in Masaka district, KCCA is…