3 hrs ago | New Vision
President Museveni and the outgoing president of ULGA Peter Odok WOceng after closing ULGA conference at Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel, Entebbe on June 18, 2013.
7 hrs ago | United Nations
Organized in conjunction with the Lancet medical journal, the UNAIDS and Lancet Commission: from AIDS to Sustainable Health, will give over 30 commissioners the opportunity to work together to address HIV and global health in the context of the post-2015 development agenda.
9 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
President Museveni has blamed members of Parliament for failing to guide citizens on how to create wealth, a factor that has forced most legislators to abscond from their constituencies and hide in Kampala.
13 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The World Bank says Malawi's economy is recovering with official figures' estimates showing an expected growth of 5.7 percent in agriculture and more than 6 percent growth in manufacturing.
15 hrs ago | AlertNet
Women sort beans as they prepare a meal at a school, which is acting as a shelter for those displaced by the torrential rains, in Kasese district, 440km southwest from the capital Kampala May 8, 2013.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have teamed up with a new Scottish charity to send used laptops to school children in Malawi.
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.
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.
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.
People living in Kampala and Wakiso districts should brace themselves for a fresh round of flooding starting early July, the Meteorology Department has warned.
Sunny Ntayombya is a journalist and blogger working with a Rwandan English newspaper.
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.
Northern Region Area Labour Office has warned employers in the region against paying their employees below the Government current minimum wage of K8, 259 per month.
Friends of Netherlands have donated assorted medical equipment towards the maternity and laboratory of Mpondasi Health Centre in Mangochi valued at K2.2 million.
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.