Fifty three years ago to the day, the British Union Jack was lowered and the Uganda flag was raised. For Ugandans, there was hope that the country’s economic bounty would be employed to raise theirs and their children’s living standards. Our past and present leaders have embarked on economic polici
Civil society contribution towards improved water,sanitation and hygeine services in Uganda for the financial year 2014/2015
Uganda is gaining a lot in its bilateral cooperation with Germany, which started in 1964, two years after Uganda got independence.
The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MGLSD) which is mandated to promote and protect Uganda’s culture in collaboration with Uganda National Commission for UNESCO, the District Local Governments of Gulu, Kasese, Kaabong and Nebbi and the beneficiary communities of the Acholi, Alur,
Derek Kwesiga cuts a slender figure and a shy smile. His hands slightly tremble as he shows a group of reporters around his juice-making business at the Uganda Industrial Research Institute (UIRI), an incubation centre under the ministry of trade, Industry and Cooperatives
Bilateral trade between Uganda and China reached $615 million last year, further bolstering China’s position as one of Uganda’s biggest trade partners.
In September 2000, Uganda took part in the World summit which adopted the Millennium Declaration that set forth eight chapters.
Fans of television in Uganda would easily agree that 1995 was the year everything in the industry changed. It is the year DStv Uganda graced our airwaves and set a precedent that would match the best in the world. Sports enthusiast, drama lovers and music fans alike settle that DStv is the best thi
FUE to host women leaders meeting By Billy Rwothungeyo The Federation of Uganda Employers (FUE) is organising the fourth Annual Women’s Leadership Conference on October 16, this year at Kampala Serena Hotel. Under the theme: “Women Empowerment:
Corporate Golf day Invitational