The minister for Ethics and integrity Fr. Simon Lokodo has attributed the ‘invisibility’ of his ministry in combating corruption and other immoral vices in the country to underfunding.....
Women activists have been asked to form an organized front to advocate for their causes other than having several voices speaking differently.....
The NRM Parliamentary caucus vice chairperson, David Bahati says ex-Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi is not fit to continue serving as NRM secretary general.....
Natural hazards, such as floods, droughts, and earthquakes are becoming more regular and intense, increasing impact on people and communities....
The Wakiso district council is seeking sh480m for the completion of the council chambers whose progress had stalled for five years due to financial constraints....
The former finance minister, Gerald Ssendaula, has defended the transaction in which NSSF agreed to buy shares in Umeme in 2004, saying it was aimed at promoting local investment in the power company....

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Modernisation will cut costs of production on the farmWith an intensified use of better farm inputs, yields short up while at the same time the cost of production per acre went down drastically.... ..

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Coach Micho Sedrojevic has named Fred Nkata, Karim Ndugwa and Saidi Kyeyune on the Uganda Cranes team that is due to prepare for their third Africa Nations Cup qualifier against Togo at Namboole on O....

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CAF throws out FUFA petition against Zambia
Confederation of African Football (CAF) has thrown out Uganda’s petition against Zambia over age limit in the Africa Youth Football Championship qualifiers last month.....
Misaga explains sacking of SC Villa coach
Villa president Immanuel Misaga has insisted that he had to dismiss his head coach Stephen Bogere because he needed a tactician with resilience.....
Golf: Uganda starts Presidents Cup poorly
The Ugandan golf team started on a wrong note, returning poor scores on day one at the inaugural Africa Golf Confederation (AGC) President’s Cup at Kitwe golf Club in Zambia on Tuesday.....
Mutebile joins She Cranes’ World Cup fundraising drive
She Cranes’ World Cup qualifying campaign was a scandal. The manner in which the cash-strapped national netball team battled through the qualifiers in the sizzling heat of Botswana was so humbling th....
All artistes set to perform at this year's Nile Gold Jazz Safari this Friday at Kampala Serena Hotel are already in the country and have promised a massive performance.....

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Huge crowds at Eddie Kenzo’s Sitya Loss launch
Fans of a local musician Eddie Kenzo turned up in big numbers from different corners of south western region for the launch of his widely enjoyed new song Sitya loss on Saturday.....
His ex and my sister want me to cancel our wedding
I am getting married in December. I have known my boyfriend for two years. My problem is, he had a relationship before we met and got three children.....
First-ever Inter-University Freshers’ Ball for Thursday
The Inter-University Freshers’ Ball, which will take place Thursday October 2 at the recently launched Club Ambiance in Kampala, will be the first of its kind.....

What has become of NAADS and agricultural extension?

National Agricultural Advisory Service (NAADS) that was formed under the NAADS Act of 2001 began its operations by replacing the traditional extension workers.

Renewable energy can solve Uganda’s growing energy needs

Data from the Uganda Bureau of Statistics indicate that access to electricity by Ugandans has improved modestly from 9.5 per cent in 2002 to 14 per cent in 2013.

The Congress of Vienna revisited

Two hundred years ago, on September 25, 1814, Russia’s Czar Alexander I and Friedrich Wilhelm III, the King of Prussia, were greeted at the gates of Vienna by Austria’s Emperor Franz I.

“Whatever It Takes” in Ukraine

Europe’s efforts to revive its flagging economy and confront the crisis in Ukraine may seem to be two entirely separate challenges.

South Sudanese lawmakers have proposed granting security forces the ability to make "virtually unrestricted powers of arrest" in the war-torn nation, Amnesty International warned

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Samsung has rejected claims that its new oversized smartphone had a defect, after some customers posted pictures of a gap between the frame and display panel.....

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