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42 min ago | New Vision
NEXT time you see a police officer recording a statement of a criminal nature, chances are that the offence will be defilement, according to Minister of State for Economic Monitoring, Henry Banyenzaki.
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4 hrs ago | Boston.com
One of the most precious gifts Chinua Achebe left for writers was the permission to be singularly individual.
8 hrs ago | New Vision
MICHAEL Wawuoyo Sr., Uganda's only nominee at the 2nd AfricaMagic Viewers' Choice Awards in Lagos, Nigeria, Saturday evening came close to bringing home the award that is being equated to America's Academy Awards .
12 hrs ago | Reuters
With a World Bank scholarship and top grades in the first year of her masters degree in agriculture, 27-year-old Cleo Kambugu should be well on the road to her goal of an academic career in Uganda.
12 hrs ago | AlertNet
An asylum seeker from Uganda covers his face with a paper bag in order to protect his identity as he marches with the LGBT Asylum Support Task Force during the Gay Pride Parade in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, June 8, 2013.
Road to 2016 kitchen. As the journey to the 2016 elections shapes up, the NRM party has over the last weeks been embroiled in conflict over Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi's alleged plan to stand for presidency in 2016.
Memory lane. In the last installment of the three-part series of My Life with Obote, Chris Rwakasisi explains how he was directed to bring down Godfrey Binaisa's regime, his sharing a cell with Idi Amin's adviser Bob Astles, and how Museveni failed to sign his death warrant.
By Thomas Froese Uganda joined the rest of the world in celebrating the International Women's Day.
PRESIDENT Yoweri has said the traditional family lifestyle that casts the girlchild in the background in preference of boy children needs to be dropped to achieve women's progress.
For the last 10 years, seasons have been changing that it has become difficult to tell when the rains will come.
They range in age from 13 to 21, and many are from among Uganda's estimated 2.7 million orphans, casualties of civil war and AIDS.
One of the two narrators of "All Our Names," Dinaw Mengestu's third novel, is a twentysomething Ethiopian man born with 13 names, reflecting his family's rich history.
Uganda 's President Yoweri Museveni on Feb. 24 signed the Anti-Homosexuality Act.
Whether it's because they lost a mother or father - or both - to AIDS, war or some other tragedy, the members of The Watoto Children's Choir all share stories of loss and gain, says Mercy Sendegeya, wife of Choir Director Robert Sendegeya.
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.
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.