Gov't to buy shares in Air Uganda: Museveni, Aga Khan discus......
By Vision Reporter The Uganda government will buy shares in Air Uganda currently owned by the Aga Khan.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Works official charged with organising ghost workshops
Entebbe Magistrate's Court has charged the acting commissioner of transport services and Infrastructures in the Ministry of Works for allegedly defrauding the government of Shs76 million in ghost workshops.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Owino fire: Shops closed, Streets cleared
By Vision Reporter A number of shops in down Kampala remained closed and the streets cleared of the usual business following a Wednesday morning fire that gutted Park - Yard Market for the fourth time.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Uganda to set up institute of forensic sciences
President Yoweri Museveni has welcomed a proposal by the Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences in the United States of America for the establishment of a National Institute of Forensic Sciences in Uganda.
Kenyans in Kampala mark Uhuru
Entebbe- At least 400 Kenyans living in Entebbe and Kampala on Sunday organised festivities to celebrate Kenya's 50th independence anniversary that is officially marked on December 12. Clad in polo T-shirts branded with Kenya instruments of power, the group spent the day playing beach games and dancing at Sports Beach in Entebbe remembering the day ... (more)
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Return to South Africa - " Part One
I had not been to South Africa for a while, which is a bit strange as there was a period I would go 'down there' almost at least twice a year.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Is the EAC just a poor man's club with attitude?
This year, the East African Media Summit made its way to Kampala . Well, the EAMS, among other things, is a pro-integration bonanza.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Nightmare is over for gay Briton Bernard Randall put on trial in...
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Uganda: Google Invests Millions in Metronet to 'Open Up Market'
Google has a global ambition to get Internet access available more widely. This week it announced the launch of a Metronet in Kampala designed to open up the market.
Mavuno Yetu brings east Africa together
Beauty, food, fashion and culture shared space at the recent Mavuno Yetu's social celebrations at Lake Victoria Serena Resort in Lweza, off Entebbe road.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Laws should be just, fair and executed equitably
Each passing day we hear, read and see situations where the arms of the law have caught up with offenders.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Kalangala: The 84 islands of fish, oil and vast tourism potential
Kalangala- Kalangala is comprised of 84 islands on Lake Victoria with only 63 of them inhabited.
Why spend sh36b on car park?
I was intrigued by a news story recently of the President launching or inaugurating or commissioning of a parking 'palace' for vehicles of MPs.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
MP Fox Odoi in sh4b compensation scandal...
By Moses Walubiri and Joyce Namutebi A report by the public accounts committee has pinned West Budama County MP Fox Odoi and Justice Joseph Murangira in a scam that saw a 'shadowy' company compensated $1.6m for alleged loss of business.
Uganda delays Briton 'gay sex trial'
Briton Bernard Randall, 65, who is being charged with trafficking in obscene publications, attends a trial hearing which was postponed until December, in Entebbe, Uganda.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
President Museveni meets KCCA councilors
By Vision Reporter President Yoweri Museveni has met and held discussions with the Kampala Capital City Authority councilors led by the Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi, who called on him at State House Entebbe on Thursday.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
NSSF unveils plans for $400m housing estate...
THE National Social Security Fund has announced plans to construct a land mark 2741 unit housing estate in Lubowa, Wakiso district.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Kinshasa committed to peace - DRC minister
Squabbles within Zimbabwe's MDC party have reportedly intensified, with reports that the party is refusing to finance its leader Morgan Tsvangirai's trips.
Congo, M23 rebels make peace but region still unstable
Congo and defeated M23 rebels are to sign a peace deal on Monday aimed at ending the country's most serious conflict in a decade, though other militias still roam and stability remains a distant prospect.