Other today's Pick News
The High Court in Kampala has been petitioned to block oil exploration by global energy giant Total in protected areas of Murchison Falls National Park.
    The High Court in Kampala has awarded Prof. Geoerge Kanyeihamba sh149m as compensation for his sacking as chancellor of Kampala International University(KIU).
      Moreen Kemigisha, a resident of Kamwokya, Kifumbira is in need of assistance to look after her three sons.
        War-torn South Sudan has banned the employment of all foreign workers, including those with non-governmental organisations
          Vivo Energy has conducted the 6th road safety training for commercial motorcyclists, locally known as boda bodas.
            Uganda’s foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa assumes office today as president of the 69th UN General Assembly. He was unanimously elected president of the General Assembly on June 11, taking over from John Ashe.
              The Cabinet has directed the ministry of finance to fund the second National Development Plan (NDPII) that runs up to 2020.
                President Yoweri Museveni has celebrated his 70th birthday, exalting family life and urging young people, his children and grandchildren not to squander theirs.
                  North Korea appears to be developing a new weapons system capable of launching submarine-based ballistic missiles, the South's defence ministry said Monday.
                    Ugandan mountain runners win a total of four gold medals at the World Mountain Running Championships in Italy, repelling strong competition from the Eritreans on Sunday.
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                      Will early retirement solve Uganda’s unemployment problem?
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