SAME IDEOLOGY, NEW LOOK: Unveiling The New Chimpreports


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In other news, the Uganda cup draws have been held and the fixtures will start with preliminaries that will start on the 16th of this month. Among the selected fixtures are here below;

Nkumba vs SC Victoria University

KCCA vs Bweyogerere

Victors vs KJT

Utoda vs Baza Holdings.

Vipers vs Hoima FC

The tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority won the trophy last year at a function held at Gulu stadium.

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Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson, Idi Ibin Ssenkumbi said the culprit has been advertising nonexistent jobs on radios and in newspapers since October 2012 and thousands of job seekers have been robbed of their money.

Various people had complained to Police about an international organization that cones people using classified adverts placed in the media and internet websites,” he added.

The suspect who is currently being detained at Jinja Road Police Station is a businessman of Nyendo/Villa Maria in Masaka but he was found with an identity card belonging to Islamic Relief Aid Uganda with his designation as the Secretary General.

Ssenkumbi said some of the advertised jobs include those of drivers, receptionist and a salary is attached to these job adverts, for example, drivers would go for shs 850,000 and receptionists shs 500,000 a month. Ssenkumbi added that this amount of money would attract applicants in big numbers and they would pay a fee which is non-refundable ranging from shs 30,000 to Shs 300,000 depending on the job applied for.

He said the culprit has been doing his work on two websites and Islamic Relief Aid. The given website in the advert, opens and has some East African, as well as European flags but top of it was a blinking word reading “Find out if your name is shortlisted” and below it reads “open jobs 3013”.
“The recent checklist that Police has discovered indicates that 100 applicants were given jobs, yet the said jobs are not there. The true/genuine organization carries the names of Child Africa on website and NOT,” said Ssenkumbi.

He adds that although there’s a big problem of unemployment in Uganda, those looking for jobs should be more careful on where to seek jobs from, because no genuine employer will ask for money in order to offer one a job.

Bayego who is currently at Kampala Central Police Station, will be charged for impersonation and obtaining money by false pretense.
Child Africa International helps out and supports children in districts of Apachi, Nakasongola, Gulu and Kasese.

viagra 60mg geneva;”>The region’s leading news-breaking and investigative website will in a few hours from now unveil a smarter and entirely revamped website look, health making it easier for readers’ navigation.

This will be the first time the exciting news site is upgrading its outlook since its birth in October 2011.

The organization’s Managing Editor, Giles Muhame, described the move as a “timely and correct step in the right direction as we move forward to consolidate our position as the only leading source of breaking news in the Great Lakes region.”

“We are focusing on simplifying navigation for our readers and providing a cleaner platform for advertisers.”

The editor observed this was the best way of saying “a big thank you” to Chimpreports readers especially those who have continued browsing through the pages since October 2011.

Muhame further praised the Chimp Media Ltd Creative Team that carried out a four-month proficient overhaul of Chimpreports’ outlook.

Apart from being visually appealing, polished and professional, the text will be easily read and coupled with meaningful graphics and high quality photography.

The new website will see a wide display of dozens of stories and award-winning photographs, and in a bid to keep up with the fast growing technology in the industry we have decided to upgrade into a fully fledged Multimedia website.

In the not-too-distant future, you will see pretty cool changes in presentation featuring lots of visuals including videos, audio, photos and animations which would, under the present template, be hidden under several news categories.

Our Clients will now fully exploit the beautiful outlook for enhanced visibility of commercial adverts that will blend in perfectly for easy visibility and attractiveness

We have also included a place for Ad listings for free and now ChimpReports Visitors can be able to access Jobs, Vehicles, properties and other classified listings for free.

The web pages will upload at a very fast pace and at a minimal scroll.

Based along Ntinda-Naalya road in Kampala, Chimpreports last year hit its growth targets by 200% and expects to consolidate and keep growing in the year 2013/2014 so as to improve the welfare of its staff and expand its tentacles by establishing bases in neighboring countries.

The news site only has correspondents in Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya. “By June 2013, we should be able to break news in Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania and DRC. Our job is to deliver to the expectations of our readers and nothing under the sun will stop us,” promised Muhame.

“We shall not rest until our readers are completely satisfied that we are uploading independent, truthful, timely and reliable information using the latest technology.”

In 2013, Chimpreports will adjust its editorial policy by taking giant strides in investigative journalism, analytical reporting and bolstering anti-corruption, human rights protection and environmental protection crusades in the region.

While the company has grown at a terrific speed, some mistakes have been made.

Management apologises for any inconveniences caused and promises to roll up its sleeves in 2013 and years to come.

A complaints desk has been formed to expeditiously respond and address any complaints on our stories. Readers and the general public are urged to make email queries and complaints using this email or dial 0312517291.

It’s also important to note that while we are yet to receive complaints of extortion and soliciting funds by our reporters from the public, publicity on Chimpreports is not bought.

We run stories on purely merit. And our reporters do not handle any cash transactions on behalf of the organization.

Adverts are placed on the website after signing contracts with the marketing department at our offices and receipts are duly provided.

Again, management appreciates the support from its readers and encourages prospective columnists to send articles, stories and pictures on the above email for publication as we Endeavour to make the region a better place for all of us.

Chimpreports, in the month of January 2013 managed to attract over 350,000 visitors to the site, over 5.1 million page views and 10.1million hits.

Google search page showing top Webpages for Uganda news

This number is growing. We have been ranked among the top four by Google in the keyword search “Uganda News” in the last two weeks and we have steadily improved our country ranking on Alexa to 47th.

Last week, this makes us the fastest growing website in region. With a growing number of followers on social networks Twitter and Facebook, we are surely aiming for the number one position.

We would like to thank all our readers and clients and invite them to come sail with us. Let us reach for the stars.

These were just some of the highlights of our re-design. We enjoyed this re-design and hope that it will provide a better user-experience for our site visitors and clients.

We would love to answer any questions you may have. Drop us a line or shoot us an email ( We would love to hear from you.

May God bless you; may God bless Africa.


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