48 min ago
The workers' demonstration and its aftermath
So, the nationwide demonstrations by organized labour and other interest/pressure groups are either over in some regional capital towns or ongoing in others.
7 hrs ago
ADB cautions African states against international borrowing
The African Development Bank has cautioned countries on the continent against high borrowing rates on the international market saying it could push them back to the "debt disgrace ."
Wed Jul 23, 2014
MP Akena in a war of two women
Betty Amongi, the MP for Oyam County South has a pending case at Kira Road Police Station of threatening violence against another woman.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Juliana Kanyomozi son's body flown back...
THE casket bearing the body of local musician Juliana Kanyomozi's son, Keron Raphael Kabugo, was flown back home on Tuesday evening for burial.
S.Sudan rebel team quits Uganda without meeting on mending ties
South Sudanese rebels who want to mend ties with Uganda and press for the withdrawal of Ugandan troops from South Sudan left Kampala without meeting the president, blaming miscommunication between the two sides, a rebel official said on Tuesday.
National Catholic Reporter
Pope makes plea to Peres for restraint in Gaza war . Pope Francis expresses concern for innocents in phone call to the Israeli president, prays for peace and calls Peres a "man of peace."
Study shows 969 male receptionists employed in Govt
A study that documents status of women in decision making positions within government institutions and agencies is to be launched tomorrow .
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Malawi: AMECEA Meeting to Scrutinize Homosexuality
Association of Member Episcopal Conference in Eastern Africa catholic bishops meeting in Lilongwe on Friday tabled the issue of homosexuality which is believed to have gained global attention.
Nsega's death: Court to visit crime scene
The High Court in Kampala is set to visit the scene of crime where Kampala businesswoman Jackline Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband, Juvenal Nsenga Kananura .
Burial arrangements for Juliana's son
The body of singer Juliana Kanyomozi's son is expected in the country tomorrow evening from Nairobi, Kenya and will be laid to rest in Matugga on Bombo Road.
Air Force Times
Aircraft with U.S. personnel lands in Ugandan road
A small aircraft carrying U.S. military personnel made an emergency landing in the middle of a highway after running out of fuel, Ugandan police said Friday.
Malawi: New Safe Motherhood Coordinator Pledges His Commitment
The newly appointed National Coordinator for Safe Motherhood Initiative, Chimwemwe Chipungu has pledged total commitment to the cause as the initiative continues working towards the realization of improved maternal and neonatal health services in the country.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Malawi: MEC Says There Is Possibility of Arson in Fire Incident At Its Warehouse
The Malawi Electoral Commission says after analysing the preliminary reports of the fire incident at their Warehouse, there is a possibility of arson.
Malawi: Lilongwe Vendors Await Evacuation After Talks With the Council On 24 July - Mayor
The newly elected Lilongwe Mayor, Willy Chapondera has said vendors will evacuate the streets of the city after holding talks on 24th July, 2014 with the Vendors Association.
Church of Uganda elects two new bishops...
The House of Bishops of the Church of Uganda has elected two new bishops to serve in West Lango and North Mbale dioceses.
Southern Africa: SADC Region Faces High Under-Nutrition Issues Despite Bumper Yields
The Southern African Development Community SADC joint meeting of Ministers of Agriculture and Food Security, Health and Nutrition on the food and nutrition security strategy has assured the region to create a healthy Africa.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Children showcase know-how at climate change conference
Take it or leave it, Uganda's children are picking up a rather interesting wave of environmental enlightenment, and it is happening pretty fast.
Mail & Guardian
Mystery of Malawi's missing factory
Malawi's current finance minister, Goodall Gondwe, helped to facilitate a 1.8-billion Malawi kwacha state loan for a timber processing factory that, three years later, has still not been built.
Aircraft with US personnel lands in Ugandan road
Phillip Mukasa, a spokesman for Ugandan police, said the Piper aircraft with eight people on board - including two crew members - was returning to Uganda's Entebbe International Airport when it had to make an emergency landing in Mityana town, some 67 kilometers from the Ugandan capital of Kampala.