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2 hrs ago | New Vision
By Steven Odeke Evicted Tusker Project Fame contestant, Derrick Kojjo sounded apologetic when he revealed, on his arrival from Nairobi, that his move to save South Sudanese contestant Bior in the TPF academy, haunted him and perhaps even cost him his stay in the academy.
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6 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
The number of Ugandans accessing financial services from both formal and informal financial institutions has increased from 28 per cent in 2009 to 54 per cent in 2013, surveys have shown.
Dfcu retail and small and medium sized enterprise customers will now access affordable loans after the bank secured a loan from the Commonwealth Development Corporation .
This year's Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index has seen Uganda drop ten places from last year's 130th position with a point's score of 26 out of a possible 100.
Fertiliser use is very low in Uganda, far below the recommended rate. Scientists are seeking ways to encourage its use among farmers.
The climate change effects are already being felt and agriculture is a sector that has to adapt to the impacts of this phenomenon.
To address the challenges in getting quality seed for farmers, the stakeholders agreed on proposed solutions and forged a way forward.
Long before Fally Ipupa, one man dominated the soukous music scene. Tabu Ley Rochereau was his name.
President Yoweri Museveni has welcomed a proposal by the Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences in the United States of America for the establishment of a National Institute of Forensic Sciences in Uganda.
Fighters loyal to the Lord's Resistance Army pose with their rifles inside the forest near River Mbou in the Central African Republic in this handout picture dated April 4, 2012.
By Moses Walubiri A nuclear expert working with the International Atomic Energy Agency , Alain Jorge Cardoso has urged the Ugandan government to press ahead with its plans to tap into its nuclear energy potential, extolling the capacity of nuclear energy to meet Uganda's galloping energy demands.
By Andante Okanya Trans Africa Assurance Company and SDV Transami Uganda Limited are locked in a $199,812 breach of contract battle over purportedly lost goods.
Makerere University students take a break between classes at the college's main campus in the Ugandan capital Kampala.
Kampala- Government has announced that it has reinstated exemption of Value Added Tax on accommodation outside Kampala in a move to promote Tourism.
In what onlookers see as a push to control the media, the office of the government Chief Whip sponsored a retreat for parliamentary journalists in Jinja over the weekend.
Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila speaks with a local resident during a visit to Bunagana in North Kivu on Saturday.
Joseph Kabila, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, makes a public address as he tours Rutshuru, a town formerly held by M23 rebels in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 29, 2013.