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2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
Unfavourable tides. For those eyeing grassroots positions under the NRM in Teso, the tide may not be all that favourable in the coming general elections as most of incumbents are believed not to have delivered as promised to their constituents.
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6 hrs ago | This is Derbyshire
A CONSTRUCTION firm has been helping a group of students from a Derby school prepare for a trip to Uganda, where they will help build a new orphanage.
"We did not fight for this Zimbabwe so it can be a homosexual territory," said Mugabe in a speech that marked his country's independence from the U.K. in 1980 as the New Zimbabwe newspaper reported.
PARLIAMENT. "Rebel" NRM MPs have accused President Museveni of diverting the country's resources to finance NRM party activities in a bid to promote President Museveni's life presidency bid at the expense of poor Ugandans.
President Yoweri Museveni has called on entrepreneurs to take advantage of the enabling environment created by the NRM government to fully explore the available business opportunities and advance themselves economically.
Ethiopian-American novelist Dinaw Mengestu says he wanted his new novel "All Our Names" to break from the traditional immigrant tale.
"The right-wing women's group Concerned Women for America expressed outrage on Sunday that President Barack Obama condemned a Ugandan anti-LGBT bill that would punish homosexual behavior with lifetime imprisonment.
Tourism promoters are on a charm offensive wooing travel agents and tourists from North America to enable them get the actual on-ground reality about Uganda as a peaceful and beautiful travel destination.
Kasirye is in charge of keeping residents healthy, following flu trends and providing outreach to communities on health matters.
The Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has wished his subjects and the people of Ugandans a happy and peaceful Easter festive season.
Citadel Capital, a subsidiary of Africa Railways, has purchased an additional 34 per cent equity in Rift Valley Railways from Safari Rail Company Ltd. Safari is a subsidiary of the Nairobi Security Exchange-listed Infrastructure firm Trans Century.
Refugees who fled the recent violence in South Sudan and crossed the border into Uganda sit with their belongings as they await transportation from a transit center in the town of Koboko to a nearby settlement in Arua District, in northern Uganda, Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
While some prominent LGBT activists in Uganda are pledging to stay and fight the increasingly violent and homophobic atmosphere bolstered by the recent passage of the Anti-Homosexuality Act, better known as the "Jail the Gays" law, others are looking to flee to more accepting climates.
UGANDA could only finish 8th overall despite earning four valuable points in the last round at the Africa Zone 6 golf championship at the Devonvale Golf and Wine Estate Club, Cape Town on Thursday.
By Gideon Shambire The Agency for Transformation with support from USAID's Governance, Accountability, Participation and Performance Programme is carrying out activities aimed at strengthening oversight role of farmers and private sector to improve budget integrity and reduce cost of doing business in Mityana and Mubende Districts.
The Toyota Tundra pick-up which investigators had impounded from former Uganda Red Cross Society secretary General, Richard Nataka's home in Munyonyo belongs to Red Cross.