President Barack Obama, the first black American president, will at last hold a summit next week for Africa''s leaders.....
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....
THE Budget for the education sector has increased by 10%, according to the education minister Jessica Alupo....
PROVISION of seeds and other planting and breeding materials to farmers as envisaged by government will be hampered if government does not provide Sh785b to the Ministry of Agriculture...
MPs on the Parliament’s committee on finance have declined to approve sh9bn meant for the operations of the Presidential initiative on banana industrial development...
ABSENCE of mentoring programmes for businesses is the reason why many have failed to break even....

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Parliament told to speed up law on animal feedsTHE lack of a law that regulates and guides animal feed manufacturers is threatening the livestock sector in Uganda, according to a study conducted by the ministry of agriculture... ..

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Winnie Nanyondo kept her Commonwealth Games medal dream alive, after easing through heat two and finishing among the direct three qualifiers to Friday’s final.....

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Sierra Leone cyclist tested for Ebola at Commonwealth Games
Sierra Leone cyclist Moses Sesay was quarantined and tested for Ebola at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, before being given the all-clear.....
Massa out of Cranes fixture against Mauritania
Cranes will negotiate their second leg Nations Cup preliminary qualifier against Mauritania on Sunday without lead striker Geoffrey Massa and most likely first choice goalkeeper Denis Onyango.....
Glasgow 2014: Kipsiro may pullout of 10000m race
Serving in war torn Somalia ‘s peace keeping mission is considered as one of the riskiest ventures.UPDF sergeant Mike Sekabembe is one of those lucky fighters who have managed to come out of the trou....
Uganda U-17 arrive in Rwanda
The Uganda National U-17 team safely arrived in Gisenyi City Thursday where they are expected to honour their Africa Youth Soccer Championship qualifier against Rwanda on Friday.....
By Darious Magara Sunday Vision will this Sunday celebrate twins with a special pullout in the newspaper and a luncheon at the Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo.....

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Nicki Minaj’s DJ jets in country for 'turn it up' party
While Nicki Minaj’s recent photo of her posing suggestively and wearing blue sneakers, a G-string and not much else, posted last week online has had blood racing, the news of her official deejay, DJ ....
Don't laugh loudly, Turkish deputy PM tells women
One of the most senior members of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government sparked an outcry on Tuesday after declaring that women should not laugh loudly in public.....
I want children, not marriage – FatBoy
Commonly known as Fatboy, radio personality James Onen recounts how he joined radio and his controversial stances on marriage and atheism, among others.....

Lawyers should embrace pro bono service

Pro Bono service is quite often considered a selfless act of providing uncompensated legal services for the public good. In Uganda, the term Pro Bono is used to describe professional legal aid work u

Identity card, do I or don't I need it

Time again we tune in to our favourite radio stations, turn on our televisions and listen and view several adverts, Samona, Movit, Airtel, Yoola omudidi, there is this MTN advert of a little girl as

Cell phones are a threat to our environment

In the space of a decade, cell phones have ceased to be mere innovations and become important objects in our lives. They connect us to our loved ones and make business easier.

Small-sized contractors can emulate ROKO

Any small-sized company that aspires to become a in construction needs to patiently take the small steps required to attain its objectives.

A series of powerful gas blasts killed at least 24 people and injured up to 271 in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, overturning cars and ripping up roads, officials said Friday.

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Fujitsu said Thursday it had swung back to profitability in the April-June period, with the Japanese information technology giant's results driven by upbeat demand for its personal computer and mobi....

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Taiwan's HTC expects revenue to fall in Q3Taiwan's struggling smartphone maker HTC said Thursday it expected revenue in the July-September quarter to up to 35 percent from Q2 as sales slowed for some products.... ..

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