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The thought of the wet season leaves Mbekeka in fear. The roof of the shack leaks every time it rains.
    Everybody knew the truth, but nobody dared ask any questions.
      Today, Carol Natukunda pieces together the different events that led up to Janani Luwum’s murder on February 16, 1977.
        Janani Luwum was a fearless, outspoken leader who stood for justice. Today, we tell you how the world reacted to his murder.
          Today, Watuwa Timbiti brings you excerpts from the Human Rights Commission Report as told by witnesses.
            Janani Luwum was a fearless, outspoken leader who stood for justice. But what did he do to push Idi Amin over the edge?
              Many questions remain unanswered about UWA and the tourism ministry’s move to okay the export of pangolin scales valued at sh11b.
                In the 2014 Tumaini Awards, child rights organisations in partnership with New Vision are seeking to honour and recognise individuals, organisations and businesses working to improve the lives of children in Uganda.
                  He is commonly referred to as ‘a proud’ farmer.
                    Dealers of fresh produce are losing out on the local and international market due to poor quality fruits and vegetables. Their major lament is about the poor hygiene and handling practices, which has caused a scarcity of fresh fruit and vegetables on the Ugandan market.
                      Victoria Namusisi beat the odds of a fisherman's daughter and rose to the top. With all the gratitude attributed to her father, it was not an easy journey for her as she encountered challenges, both

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                      Beth Clark, a renowned Texas author, once said: “People who really want to make a difference in the world are not determined to revolutionise the world all at once; they are satisfied with small chan

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                      There is good news for people living with HIV. Last month, the World Health Organisation (WHO) released new treatment guidelines, raising the level below which people living with HIV are eligible for

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                      Students of Makerere and Nkozi universities last week came up with appropriate plans to upgrade slums in Uganda, in a competition open to only current students.

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                      He could not listen to the rest of the phone call. All his energy had slipped away. On a busy dusty feeder road in Mukono district, he sat down, shocked.

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                      Although she lives in a posh residence in Walukuba estate, Jinja town, her gate is always open, especially to underage mothers from the nearby slums.

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                      Is KCCA doing enough to curb poor hygeine?
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