The director Interpol, Asan Kasingye has directed security agencies in Busia and Malaba to observe 24-hour surveillance and ensure no mistakes are made ahead of the Pope’s visit.....
Cabinet has recalled a land title on Plot No 9, Block 158 Namulonge, Nakyesasa that has been granted to Premier Roses- a Ruparelia Group of Company, under the chairmanship of city tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia.....
The Chief of Defence Forces of the Uganda People''s Defence Forces, Gen. Edward Katumba Wamala has flown from Mogadishu to Nairobi to visit the soldiers who got injured in the September 1, 2015 attack at Janale, Somalia.....
Student Training for Entrepreneurial Promotion programme (STEP), which has been running at Uganda Martyrs’ University, Nkozi was on Thursday handed over to the University....
Minister of Trade and Industry, Amelia Anne Kyambadde has blamed Ugandan farmers for causing the in quality of their produce as they dry them on bare ground full of soil, dust and stones that cause l...
Researchers have long known that growing up on a farm seems to protect children against allergies and now they know the secret lies in the dust....
Uganda’s property market continues to show signs of recovery in the retail and office sectors, amid concerns over high interest rates.....

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Farmers trained in silage productionSome 28 agriculture officials and famers have been trained in silage production for pigs.... ..

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Uganda and Comoros march into Saturday’s 2015 Nations Cup qualifying fixture in contrasting situations.....

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Tennis star Odong's father passes on
Former Davis Cup player, national tennis player, an internationally accredited tennis coach and tournament official James Odong's dad Livingstone Okoth has passed on....
All Africa Games start
The 11th edition of the All Africa Games officially start today, with Uganda represented in Congo Brazzaville.....
Ex-Cranes star Obua to feature in charity game
Former Uganda Cranes stars David Obua, Hakim Magumba and Philip Obwiny confirm their participation in the Rotary Charity Shield.....
Seals looking to extend lead
Seals Swim Club swimmers get another opportunity to extend their lead as the third Seals League Meet splashes off Saturday.....
Nigel, a former colleague and confidant, eulogises Joyce in a moving tribute that tells the world what the jolly football lover went through in the days leading to her demise.....

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Students excel in national mathematics contest
In today’s era, Mathematics is no longer perceived as difficult as was in the past.....
Sing for fame turns into karaoke contest
The night that was expected to be a live singing performance and competition turned out to be more of a karaoke night.....
Living positively: Search for Miss Y+ and Mr Y+ continues
The search for Miss Y+ and Mr.Y+ (young positive) continues as auditions in different regions attract overwhelming numbers of HIV positive young people.....

Winning the Global Citizen Award will be blessing to Uganda

With just a few days to the end of voting for who to become the next Global Citizen award winner, am greatly glad that Ugandans have embraced online voting to help the first Ugandan nominee win the W

In support of crime preventers

News is not news if it has no story about crime preventers these days. From political talk shows, to social media and in the newsroom, a certain section of the public have now become anti-crime preve

Youth stress the already strained

In the past week, I was involved in a simple discussion that centered on the lifestyle trends of the youths.

Spending on voters for ever

A long list of politicians run for parliamentary seats every election year yet the incumbent MPs are heavily in debt. What could be a disincentive to new entrants and also the incumbents to seek re-e

Google has launched a music streaming service in Japan, becoming the latest tech giant to push into the world's number two music market, despite mixed results among earlier arrivals.....

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A house that runs itself? Samsung believes it's about timeImagine the alarm clock ringing on a typical Monday morning, except this time the curtains draw themselves back, the bathroom lights switch on automatically and you smell fresh coffee brewing.... ..

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