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Rosemary Tibiwa attempts to hide from the camera at the Anti Corruption Court where she is being charged with fraud for inflating costs of holding a city transport workshop.
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Kampala Capital City Authority has rejected a proposal by minister Henry Banyenzaki to put up a beach on the shores of Lake Victoria.
Thursday | Daily Monitor
The roadmap for the preparations of Parliamentary, Local Government Council and Mayoral elections in regard to the by-elections; was announced by the Commission's chairperson Eng.
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Uganda President Yoweri Museveni signs an anti-homosexual bill into law at the state house in Entebbe, 36 km south west of capital Kampala February 24, 2014.
Thursday | AlertNet
A girl stands next to her sugarcane stall in Dowa outside Lilongwe, April 20,2007.
Thursday | AlertNet
A 14-year-old girl holds her baby at her sister's home in a village in Kanduku, in Malawi's Mwanza district.
Thursday | New Vision
By AndanteOkanya, Hillary Nsambu and Charles Etukuri The Supreme Court has barred the Speaker of Parliament from implementing the orders of the Constitutional Court that ejected the four NRM rebel MPs from Parliament.
Let's talk about housing, for a change. National Housing and Construction Company has some four-bedroom houses for sale in Regina Estates in Lubowa, just outside Kampala.
Finance minister Maria Kiwanuka has told players in the insurance sector to strategically invest more in the coverage of emerging risk sectors such as oil, gas, agriculture and infrastructure.
Deputy Minister in the in charge of the DMMU Davies Mwango revealed that the relief food was ready for distribution.
The National Resistance Movement caucus meeting has recommended changes in the party structure, with Richard Todwong proposed as Acting Secretary General.
The MPs asked the country's highest appellate court to stay the implementation of the orders to enable them pursue their appeal as required by law.
Since mid-January, an estimated 2,000 people have fled fighting between the government and former rebels in Mozambique, spilling into neighbouring Malawi, but they are yet to receive assistance as the Malawian government and the UN Refugee Agency remain in disagreement about their status as asylum seekers.
Heavily armed members of Uganda's elite anti-terrorism police stand guard along the neatly manicured perimeter of the US Embassy in Kampala.
The Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in the Cape Coast Metropolis of the Central Region has been compelled to place an embargo on new admissions as a result of erratic flow of funds and drugs from the government.