Cabinet has approved a request by the ministry for relief, disaster preparedness and refugees to allocate sh25b to reconstruct Kasese following damages caused by severe floods.....
With less than a week away to the deadline, the encroachers have petitioned minister Frank Tumwebaze to have the move put on hold.....
The students have presented a petition to the university council requesting them to revisit the 10% fees increment.....
A man who accused former Nansana Police boss Henry Kirumira of soliciting a bribe from him was lynched by residents who cornered him as police exchanged gunfire with a gang of thieves....
A study that documents status of women in decision making positions within government institutions and agencies is to be launched tomorrow...
Makerere University kitchen staff, recently redeployed to other departments by the administration, have petitioned court demanding sh2.5b terminal benefits.....

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National Housing signs pact for affordable housesNational Housing and Construction Corporation (NH&CC) has signed a loan agreement with Shelter Afrique, to provide housing to the rising middle-income class in Kampala district.... ..

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Emotions swung to sharply contrasting extremes after news that Uganda’s allowances for the Commonwealth Games had been increased.....

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POOL: Kayiya, Tumwizukye dominate qualifiers
Former seed three Wasswa Kayiya beat Joseph Serwanja as veterans maintained top form in the Rubaga Division Nile Special Open qualifiers over the weekend.....
Omar, Maxime, rules Garuga in Nomi Motocross championship
Maxime Van Pee and Ali Omar Yasser emerged winners of the MX1 and MX85 cc categories respectively in the Nomi National motocross championship on Sunday July 20, 2014 at Garuga racing track....
Poor roads delay Kapchorwa technical centre
State sports minister Charles Bakkabulindi has called upon the Uganda National Road Authority to speed up works on the 11km road that connects Kapchorwa to Teryet where the national High Altitude Cen....
Despite resistance from his in-laws Deo Kabwende Tumusiime stuck to his idea of a simple wedding. He and his fiancee share their story.....

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Juliana Kanyomozi's son burial for Friday
The son of Ugandan singer Juliana Kanyomozi will be laid to rest on Friday at 4.00pm local time in Matugga.....
Tribulations of being a writer in Uganda
Two, unrelated, things happened several years apart but which brought the state of writing in Uganda into sharp focus. It might serve to explain our rather unenviable state of writing.....
'I have swagg', says Dr. Bbosa of The Ebonies
Sam Bagenda, who many know as Dr. Bbosa for his role in The Ebonies, a local drama group, speaks to New Vision about life on and off the stage.....

Why Lubigi project provides missing link to Kampala’s sewage

Completion of sewage treatment facilities at Kinawataka Lubigi, Nakivubo, and Nalukolongo will offer much longed-for relief for people in and around Kampala.

Why you need to buy locally grown food

You’ve probably been told many times that you should buy locally grown food. You’ve been hearing the campaign “Buy local, buy Ugandan” many times!

Mumbere should blame himself for desecrating his throne

Most commentators as expected have heaped all the blame of the current tribal conflict in the Rwenzori region to President Yoweri Museveni

Implementation of non-motorised transport in urban areas key

Free movements of school children before and after school alongside the numerous urban centre roads is and continues to be a nightmare and death trap!

Electric buses which can recharge their batteries fast when at bus stops are to be developed by Swiss-Swedish engineering group ABB and Volvo Buses of Sweden....

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China Internet population reaches 632 millionChina is now home to 632 million Internet users, a government agency said Monday, although use of social networks has dropped amid a crackdown.... ..

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