THOUSANDS thronged Uganda Martyrs Shrine at Namugongo in Kampala to witness 77 couples exchange vows in a mass wedding....
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma pleaded with foreigners to stay in South Africa as he cancelled a state visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of deadly xenophobic violence....
THE Principal Judge Yorokamu Bamwine has commended the judiciary for embracing the process of introducing plea bargain practice directions in criminal justice....
DISTRICTS of Amuru and Adjumani have been at logger heads with Amuru claiming that its border is at Zoka River while Adjumani claims its border is at Apaa junction...
JOURNALISTS from Ankole sub region Parliament to enact a law that will stop people who are not trained in journalism and mass communication from starting a media house...
SOUTH Africa's acting High Commissioner to Uganda Wendy Swartz has rendered an "unreserved apology" to the continent for the spate of xenophobic attacks targeting African immigrants...
POLICE in Arua together with the regional fisheries officers’ law enforcing officers impounded over 80 tons of immature smoked fish worth sh600m....

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Fastjet launches new regional routeFASTJET Tanzania Airline has officially launched its newest flight between Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and Entebbe Airport... ..

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TEAM Uganda captain Adolf Muhumuza and Ronald Otile played a game of their lives to win a crucial point against South Africa in the foursomes, to help Uganda remain on top of the log....

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KCCA win to compound SCVU's misery
KCCA midfielder Baker Lukooya has labeled his team's victory in the Azam Uganda Premier League as a sign of teamwork....
Girls Schools Cricket Week begins
JINJA SS’ quest for a fourth successive Pepsi Girls Schools Cricket Week crown starts as the 14th edition of the tournament gets underway at five different venues....
USPA president visits eastern region
The Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) President Sabiiti Muwanga will officially launch the USPA Eastern region branch called the Eastern Sports Press Association in Mbale on Friday April 17,2015....
THE annual Dance Week Festival performances kicked off on Friday on a rather surprising note. The surprise was in the dance form that was the centre of focus....

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Coca-Cola Rated Next: 2 qualify for Kampala
IT was a rather chilly morning here in Lira, where only two auditions have received a pass to this year's Coca-Cola Rated Next....
Namugongo Pilgrimage preparations in high gear
Efforts to refurbish the Uganda Martyrs' pilgrimage trail in preparation for Pope Francis' visit, which is estimated to cost sh5b, have been kick started with sh2.5m raised by St. Mary’s Kisubi and....
Coca-Cola Rated Next: 4 make it to Day 2
IT'S the end of day one of the Coca-Cola Rated Next auditions here in Lira. Only 4 have made it to day two. However, it was the last performance of the day by a one Abdullah that left the crew in bou....

Why we should act on damaged environment urgently

Uganda like the rest of the world is regrettably beginning to witness severe consequences of a degraded environment – call it effects of climate change.

Position of Islam on terrorism and religious extremism

Due to prevailing global insecurity, which involves indiscriminate bombing, killings, rampant arrests and exertion of fear, it is very crucial to address critical issues especially from the Islamic p

Should African countries expel South Africans?

I would like to express my utmost displeasure and disgust at the recent xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa – particularly in Kwazulu-Natal and Durban areas.

Makerere hooliganism, let’s face it

Thief is one word no one wants to hear. Even the thief abhors it. But you cannot pronounce one thief unless you are before a competent court.

GOOGLE search on Tuesday will start factoring in how easy websites are to read on smartphones or tablet computers, underlining the changing way people surf the Internet....

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