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Donors pledge new support for Lake Victoria...
By Vision Reporter Regional and International Development Partners have pledged new support to fund the implementation of projects and programmes for the Lake Victoria Basin.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Police urged to wipe out killer gangs
By Vision reporters A passionate appeal has been rang out for the police and other security agencies to route out criminal gangs as the curtain fell on the life of New Vision scribe Thomas Pere.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
He saw an opportunity and seized it
He saw an opportunity and he seized it. Whereas many would be reluctant to venture into such a business, Oscar G. Ofumbi saw an opportunity in transporting children to school and he has since turned it into a profitable business, minting millions of shillings annually in a span of five years.
TRIBUTES: Thomas Pere...
On Monday morning, Vision Group media company woke to the news of the death of one of its employees, Thomas Pere, who was a freelance journalist for New Vision paper.
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Taxi Operators Arrested During Protest Against Monthly Dues
Police has fired teargas in downtown Kampala to disperse a group of taxi drivers and operators who were resisting the enforcement of the monthly 120, 000 Uganda Shillings on all commuter taxis.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Uganda: Rebel MPs - NRM Hit By New Petition
Life hasn't got any easier for both the expelled rebel MPs and the ruling NRM which has mounted several legal challenges to eject them from Parliament.
Fresh floods return in July
People living in Kampala and Wakiso districts should brace themselves for a fresh round of flooding starting early July, the Meteorology Department has warned.
Bishop Zziwa calls for teaching of religion in schools...
By Juliet Lukwago The Bishop of Kiyinda-Mityana Diocese and Vice Chairman of Episcopal Conference, Joseph Anthony Zziwa, has said that in order to regain morals among the young generation, schools must go back to the basics and teach religion.
Malawi: MP Dumps DPP for Govt Side
Member of Parliament for Lilongwe North West Fredrick Kamwangala on Friday announced his resignation from Democratic Progressive Party to join Government side in Parliament.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
He was accused by Idi Amin of planting bombs
Mzee Joseph Kimbowa was a big contractor who had made his name in the 1960s and '70s through his firm, Kimbowa Building and Constructors, founded in 1950.
The last 24 hours of Lule as president
A day in politics is a very long time, it's often said. For president Yusuf Lule, it would take less than 24 hours to end his 68-day reign.
Museveni meets North Korea's security minister
North Korean vice Minister of the the Ministry of Peoples' Security, Mr. Ri Song Chol inspects weapons at a police training academy in Kampala.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Uganda: Putting Working Children Back in School
For two years she was forced by her illiterate parents to spend every day, rain or shine, selling sugar cane from the family garden to customers on the streets of Entebbe, about 35 km outside the Ugandan capital, Kampala.
Police bans 4GC rallies in Kampala
Police in Kampala have banned all political rallies organized by members of opposition pressure group For God and my Country .
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Roads to be Constructed & Rehabilitated in Financial Year 2013/2014
Minister of Finance Maria Kiwanuka during the 2013/2014 budget reading has said that the government will commence the construction of 837 km of new road projects.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Road sector takes lion's share
The government has continued to prioritise the Works and Transport sector giving it the biggest share of the Shs13.1 trillion budget in the 2013/14 FY.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Bad Black, Meddie's assets seized...
A total of 107 assets belonging to embattled city socialite Shanita Namuyimbwa aka Bad Black and lover Meddie Ssentongo have been seized at the orders of the High Court.
In Malawi - Civilians up against law enforcers, torch police stations
Lawlessness continue to take its toll in the once titanic law enforcing Malawi as cases of civilians torching police units at will linger without having a deterrent in sight.
The road that carries memories for Kampala
Four years ago, a tourist took time to photograph a Marabou stork that had perched on a rusty and obviously dysfunctional lamp post on Kampala Road.