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People are remembered for many things. For those who were close to Mangeni, his name was often synonymous with generosity Always jovial, Phillip Were Mangeni liked engaging in community events where he always extended his generosity.
Up to 100 coffee farmers from Kibaale district are set to benefit from two organisations in an initiative that could spark off the growth of one of Uganda's widely-exported cash crops in the district.
A court overturned Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill, giving a convenient out to the African and American leaders.
Homosexual acts were already illegal, but the new law allowed for life imprisonment for "aggravated homosexuality" and banned the "promotion of homosexuality".
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The key witness in the corruption trial of Virginia's former governor and his wife said his association with the couple was fraught with bad decisions - but an affair with the first lady was not one of them.
It is exactly 45 years today since Pope Paul VI visited Uganda, a trip that came five years after he had canonized the Uganda Martyrs in Rome on October 18, 1964.
Trade minister Amelia Kyambadde has said non-tariff barriers are greatly affecting Uganda's competitiveness in the East African market.
Following two days of argument before Uganda's Constitutional Court, LGBT activists and attorneys in the east African nation are cautiously optimistic that the court may strike down the draconian Anti-Homosexuality Act on a procedural technicality.
ALTHOUGH no Ebola case has been confirmed in Uganda, Government has intensified screening of travelers coming into the country at Entebbe Airport and other border posts.
Ugandan state lawyers sought on Thursday to dismiss a petition by activists at the constitutional court seeking to overturn anti-gay legislation condemned by rights groups as draconian.
Popular fast food joint Kentucky Fried Chicken has opened its third branch in Entebbe at Victoria Mall today.
No one would question LGBT Ugandans for leading quiet lives. In the months since Uganda enacted its "Jail The Gays" law, activists there report a 10-fold increase in dangers ranging from mob justice, assault, kidnapping, eviction and even murder.
Kids living on the streets in Ugandan towns are forced to eat leftovers and scavenge for things to survive.
Leaders from Acholi want the focus of government aid given to the sub-region to change to training them on how they can sustain themselves instead of being 'beggars'.
The Constitutional Court of Uganda opened arguments today on a challenge to the country's Anti-Homosexuality Act that was passed by the country's parliament late last year and signed by President YoweriMuseveni in February.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:51 am
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