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The Miss Tourism beauty pageant is back with a horde of adjustments tailored to make for a blissful event come the finale and among them, the eastern region preliminary slated to take place in Mbale.
    It so happened on Monday that the largest ‘supermoon’ of the year was seen all over the world. We did not see it in Kampala because it rained the whole afternoon, but the world press and social media was full of pictures of the larger and brighter than normal moon.
      Simple, casual and totally laid back – that is what former Miss Uganda Maria Namiiro looked like when she turned up for an interview at the New Vision offices earlier this week.
        The Imbalu season of initiating boys into men is expected to attract 200,000 guests throughout the year. The inaugural ceremony which will take place at Mtoto hill on August 23 is expected to attract Bamasaba people from both Kenya and Uganda in addition to tourists.
          BOBI Wine has assembled a team of musicians for yet, unsurprisingly, another noble cause.
            Long, black and lucrative: sacks bulging with human hair spill onto the streets of a rural county whose farmers have helped make China the world's biggest exporter of products made from the material.
              FOR the last three months, Jeff Ochieng has not been at peace and now wants to know if there is any chance that Dr. Kizza Besigye is his dad
                He always wonders what will happen to him in future as he towers with no resources to cater for his everyday needs.
                  A rowdy British passenger forced a London-bound Virgin Atlantic flight to return to Hong Kong on Monday after he "lost control", police said.
                    She sits uneasily at the edge of a metallic bed besides her three babies at the maternity ward in Dabani Hospital in Busia district.
                      Nelson Mandela's ex-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has launched a legal claim to the former South African leader's rural home, local media reported on Tuesday.

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                      Studying in schools like Nakasero Primary School, Namilyango College and Makerere College School, Emmanuel Bagwana seemed set for courses like medicine or engineering.

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                      Children should be given the opportunity to learn to work for themselves other than spoon-feeding them, the president of Peoples ‘Progressive Party, Jaberi Bibandi Ssali has said.

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