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The Danish government has reportedly blamed Zimbabwe's failing economy on the under-utilisation of huge tracts of land by the beneficiaries of the country's land reform programme.
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The budgetary impact of various donors' decisions to suspend aid to Uganda in response to legislation that increases penalties for homosexuality should be limited, Fitch Ratings says.
Players in the financial services industry have been urged to put in place strong security controls to curb the ever increasing fraud in the East Africa region.
Nipped in the bud. Police fire teargas to break up procession of legislators' supporters who were celebrating the court ruling.
'Mzungu' is a word many people in countries across Africa used to use to refer to anyone who was white, but now use to refer to foreigners.
Although it has been a few weeks since the law was passed, few Ugandans actually know what exactly the law states, while others want to pass judgment and punishment - in ignorance.
Not long ago, things were calm and somber in Uganda. But bigoted evangelical Christians from the U.S. seeking to promote a homophobic agenda led to the drafting of the so-called "kill the gays bill."
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.
The 2nd Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards gets under way this Saturday March 8, in Lagos, Nigeria; and Ugandan stage and screen actor, Michael Wawuyo is up for the Make Up Artiste of the Year award for the movie Felista's Fable , by Ugandan filmmaker and a social activist Dilman Dila.
Hot on the heels of the move by Uganda to ban homosexuality, now some Members of Parliament in Kenya want the government to follow Kampala's example and also ban homosexuality.
Safety belts or seatbelts are supposed to be worn by all motorists and passengers alike.
By Patrick Jaramogi Since Uganda gained her independence in 1962 , China has continued to be a leading supplier of household items to every Ugandans' home.
Multinationals such as Total and Citadel have been exploring investment in oil, electricity and railways now that the region has stablised.
By Dennis Ojwee Viewers in northern Uganda are awash with excitement after Vision Group's Urban Television started airing on channel 25. Alex Otim, a former LC5 councilor with Gulu district local government said the coming of Urban TV was exciting and will provide wider information dissemination and all round media coverage to the people of ... (more)
FORMER world champion cyclist Graeme Obree has demanded that Glasgow 2014 organisers snub Uganda's political leaders at the Games in protest at the country's new draconian anti-gay laws.
Although public libraries are a necessity if a country is to improve the knowledge of its citizens, Uganda sadly has very few, which are poorly equipped and funded.