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4 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
KAMPALA The government has said it is in its final stages of establishing a marine institute to train vessel operators a measure that seeks to curb water accidents.
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8 hrs ago | Watford Observer
At Nankhufi School in the Upper Shire Valley, one team helped create thousands of bricks which will be used to build new classrooms.
GOVERNMENT has stepped up screening services at all border points to prevent an outbreak of Ebola virus disease that has killed over 1,415 people in West Africa since March this year.
Businesses have been closed and Police heavily deployed down town Kampala, following a Monday morning demonstration by traders over increased rent fees.
Independent Member of Parliament for Machinga East, Esther Jolobala refused to sign a Memorandum Of Understanding on repairing of Mtalala -Nayuchi road with Mota Engil currently working on Liwonde Nauchi railway line.
By David Lumu KAMPALA - Envoys from IGAD member states meeting at Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort hotel in Uganda's capital Kampala have called for a standby mediation team to boost early warning mechanisms and also diffuse conflicts within the member states.
MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Colin Vandenberg volunteers his time to raise money and awareness for the New Life Center in Malawi.
Malawi's President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika Saturday arrived in Zimbabwe to attend the 34th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community slated from 17 to 18 August, 2014 at Elephant Hills Hotel in Victoria Falls.
An Evening With The Modern Maori Quartet is a fresh take on classic Maori showbands.
In Entebbe on August 9, more than one hundred LGBT Ugandans celebrated the first Pride Uganda since the Constitutional Court overturned the draconian Anti-Homosexuality Act for being passed without a quorum.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:01 am
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