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Why assume Ngasso has gone missing?

EDITOR: This is in response to your story, "Fake job agency opens centre in Uganda" published on Monday. I happen to be Elvison Ngasso's client and I find...

Obituary: Iganga’s lion sleeps

AT the height of his political power as LC 5 chairman of Iganga District, George Patrick Bageya, with his trademark flywhisk and greying beard, proclaimed...

In football, everybody is ‘knowledgeable’...

When it comes to football, everybody has an opinion. I have followed all opinions as the FUFA-Uganda super league limited (USLL) standoff spiralled to...

Kampala was neglected

WE will neglect our cities at our own peril for in neglecting them we neglect the nation�- John F Kennedy said while addressing Congress on January 30,...

Oil gossip overshadows productive agriculture...

PRESIDENT Museveni visited Hoima last week to commission a science laboratory block at Canon Njangali Girls High school and a pediatric ward at Azur Christian...

Current rains can boost farmers’ livelihoods...

THE current rains can bring a sustained breeze of relief to all of us but more so to the over 20 million Ugandans whose livelihoods depend on either crop...

Selective protests will not work

ALTHOUGH Mike Mukula is entitled to stand for any political position in Uganda, including that of President, he needs to know that what is good for the...

Support community museums to boost domestic...

THE world celebrates World Tourism Day today. It should be recognised and supported by the Government as one of the ways to boost local tourism. Its theme...

Every woman and child counts

IN Uganda, about 4,000 women die from pregnancy and childbirth related complications every year.

Imperialism at work

IMPERIALISM is an economic system which is a higher economic stage of a lower economic phase referred to as capitalism. Capitalism means head.

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Uganda enriches border relations...

About 25 South Sudanese officials in the integrated border management committee from Nimule have just concluded a training from Uganda’s Immigration training academy in Nakasongola.