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Thursday, May 23, 2013
Water shortage hits 3000 Mbarara homes
Residents of Mbarara town and Kaberebere in Isingiro district have had no water for four days now due to a faulty water pump.
Jinja police arrest ‘leader’ of iron bar hitmen
The alleged ringleader of ironbar hitmen in Bugembe Town Council in Jinja district is now in police custody, following days of hot pursuit for him.
Monitor, Red Pepper not closed – govt
Internal affairs minister Hillary Onek clarifies that the Government did not close down Red Pepper, the Daily Monitor, Kfm and Dembe FM.
Striking Kenyan truckers block road to Mombasa
Police search Monitor, Red Pepper
Fresh Congo fighting threat to regional peace
Brigadier Clovis Kalyebara laid to rest
VP Ssekandi, Mbabaali draw court battle lines
Zuma implicated in S.Africa wedding plane scandal
A South African government report released on Wednesday implicated President Jacob Zuma in a scandal over a plane chartered by rich friends of his which landed at a military base without proper permission.
Local leader blames negligence in South Africa circumcision deaths
Four men jailed for aiding Somali rebel group
Egypt's Mubarak back in court for retrial
Humans more prone to new bird flu - WHO
Enrico Letta tasked to form new Italian gov't
Uganda Tourism Board told to be creative
Tourism minister Maria Mutagamba has urged the new Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) to find alternative funding methods to promote Uganda as an attractive tourism destination.
Cabinet upholds suspension of Karuma bid
Health providers seek special interest rate
Uganda shines in Doha, Qatar during the 8th World Chambers Congress
'Employment key to poverty eradication'
EAC states not ready for TRIPS, ask for extension
Delayed breast feeding killing our newborns
A study conducted in Ghana found that the risk of death among newborns was almost three times higher among children who were breastfeed after one hour of birth.
Liberalization of the pension sector is the way to go
Sh32b Graduate Fund will transform Uganda forever!
The government’s stand on four children per household is a step in the right direction
Promotion of small power plants over big power plants better for Uganda
Let IMF help improve commercial agriculture
Uganda Super League goes to court
Uganda Super League (USL) Limited has in its stand-off with Education and Sports Ministry turned to the constitutional court for guidance.
Express handed tricky Kagame Cup draw
COPA youth off to Nairobi
Swimmers excel at Junior Championships
Micho appointed Uganda Cranes coach
Owor vows to improve Rugby
Madhvani giving hope to thousands of students
He is now a minister in charge of higher education and is one of the best head teachers the country has ever had. This is Dr. John Chrysostom Muyingo, whose education career was coming to a halt since his father, who was a primary school teacher, could hardly foot his school fees.
Is your child ready for school?
Gomba schools to get UNEB center numbers
Court blocks new LDC exam probe again
Uganda registers new private university
Solar powered internet school opens world of possibilities
Haunted by the past: How much personal data should you disclose to your spouse?
I come from Kabwohe, Sheema district (formerly Bushenyi district) in western Uganda. I had a baby at the age of 17 in my Senior Four vacation. My parents took over the baby to give me another chance at education.
Who is killing mobile money agents?
Dads too deserve a pat on the back
Ibanda sold vegetables to build his house
After 11 years in prison,I forgave my tormentors
A parent’s worst nightmare
Serbian Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic is Uganda Cranes' new coach
He will lead Cranes to World Cup 2014
He will lead Cranes to AFCON 2015
He can only win a CECAFA title
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