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THE singing duo of Radio and Weasel can now perform in the UK following the lifting of a ban that was slapped on them five years ago
    Despite resistance from his in-laws Deo Kabwende Tumusiime stuck to his idea of a simple wedding. He and his fiancee share their story.
      Two, unrelated, things happened several years apart but which brought the state of writing in Uganda into sharp focus. It might serve to explain our rather unenviable state of writing.
        Uganda’s fashion industry has come a long way. It has trod a dusty and bumpy road, so to speak. But if you attended last Sundays Parplerayn fashion show, you would realize the fashion industry has indeed grown.
          Take it or leave it, Uganda’s children are picking up a rather interesting wave of environmental enlightenment, and it is happening pretty fast.
            Elephants are the largest living land mammals. These amazing creatures are favourite for animal enthusiasts and animal caretakers.
              Residents of Aguya village in Ongino sub-county, Kumi district are still stunned following a scenario where two married men publicly swapped wives they had married officially.
                Nuwa Wamala-Nnyanzi is one of Uganda’s noteworthy painters. Over the years, he has mastered the use of batik to document Uganda’s varied cultural landscape.
                  A trip to the national parks left me amazed at how animals behave. It's all out there, you only need to pay attention to details or else you may miss a spectacular wildlife experience.
                    When I think of maternal mortality issues in Uganda, the case of Sylvia Nalubowa comes to mind. She died during labour at Mityana Hospital in September 2009.
                      A group of women in the central region have complained that men have abandoned their responsibility of being breadwinners, leaving them to shoulder the burden.

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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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                      Traditionally, when a man and woman decided to live together, it was the woman who moved into the man’s house. But today it is common for a man to move in with his girlfriend.

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                      Every June 16 the world celebrates The Day of the African Child. This has been happening since 1991, when it was first initiated by the now disbanded Organisation of African Unity (African Union toda

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                      With the recent increase of the HIV prevelance rate, Is Uganda losing the fight against the disease?
                      Yes
                      No
                      Can't Say