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Malawi: Malawi Gets 530 Solar Mobile Systems From China
Chinese Government Wednesday handed over 226 solar powered street lighting systems to Malawi government and donated 533 solar mobile systems to Ministry of Health through Ministry of Energy.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Embrace domestic tourism - minister
When Kampalans were told to exploit domestic tourism by minister of tourism Maria Mutagamba at Speke Resort Munyonyo, men craned their necks to take second glances at curvy ladies dressed in flowing saris and tight fitting Jeans trousers.
Tanzania: Fast Central Corridor Pace Urged
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has called on partner states to promote the participation of the private sector in investing in infrastructure projects in the Central Development Corridor.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
MP Nsereko summoned over fraud
Kampala Central MP Mohammed Nsereko has been summoned to appear before the High Court over fraud.
Districts to get sh6b to save Lake Victoria
By Francis Kagolo A total of nine districts and 45 community-based organisations are to receive sh6b from a World Bank project managed by the ministry of water and environment to save Lake Victoria.
Rwanda: Paradox Shift Sees More Obese Poor Than the Rich
He sways his body mass into Planet Club at Kigali Business Centre. He sways because he cannot in the true sense of the word just walk, but drags his feet around and sways his body in a movement posture.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Malawi: JB Launches PP Campaign in the North
After successfully launching Peoples' Party manifesto in the Central Region at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe, President Dr. Joyce Banda Sunday took the launch to the Northern Region at Mzuzu Stadium.
NEMA powers to be trimmed
GOVERNMENT is soon bringing amendments to Parliament to prune the powers of the National Environment Management Authority , stopping it from single handedly and arbitrarily granting permits, giving away ecologically important wetlands to investors.
Teachers call off strike over salary delay
Teachers from Kampala, Bushenyi and Wakiso districts had resolved to march to their respective district head offices to demand for the release of their salaries and arrears.
Malawi: Seeking Justice for Sexual Orientation
As the New Year's eve party climaxed in Lilongwe, Levi and his gay partner thought it wise to get more drinks for the patrons.
Malawi: Two Arrested for Vandalizing MTL Cables
Salima Police on Thursday arrested two people whom they found possessing 80 kilogrammes cables of Malawi Telecommunications Limited suspected to have been vandalized from the underground line in Senga-Bay in the district.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Malawi: Switching On of Electricity Brings Hope for Development to...
Lemieux Chikadza, a 41 year old groundnut farmer from Chadza II village in the area of Traditional Authority Malili of Lilongwe excitedly watched President Dr Joyce Banda together with TA Malili walk towards the switch which turned the light at once a dark trading centre.
Fatal accident on Entebbe road
BREAKING NEWS: A head on collision between a taxi and army van on Entebbe road is said to have left at least two people dead.
How Uganda dealt with the Genocide
In the seventh part of our series, Faustin Mugabe narrates how Uganda dealt with bodies of Rwanda genocide victims that were dumped in Kagera and floated into Lake Victoria.
Ape expectations in Rwanda
A dark cloud hangs above the city of Kigali, the heavy rain forming fast-flowing streams in the hilly streets.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Govt authorises new ferry to ply Entebbe -Kalangala route
KAMPALA. Ministry of Works andTransport yesterday authorised a second private company -Safe Havens Uganda Limited, to use the Nakiwogo route in Entebbe to Lutoboka, Buggala Islands in Kalangala District ferry people and property as MV Kalangala remains grounded undergoing repairs in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Malawi: Escom Hails Govt for Uplifting the Energy Sector
The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi on Thursday hailed the Malawi Government for putting much effort in improving the energy sector in the country.
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Idi Amin: the tour of terror
Allan Kakembo giving a tour of the underground chambers where thousands suffered and died under Amin and Obote.
Taxi drivers strike enters day two, President intervenes
The taxi drivers are protesting the relocation of the Entebbe Stage to Usafi Market by the Kampala Capital City Authority.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Kamwokya market vendors tipped on savings
In a bid to raise and create awareness about the importance of savings, Pride Microfinance Limited on Saturday took the initiative to engage Kamwokya market vendors.