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Nimiriano, South Sudan’s only female newspaper...

Nimiriano, the Editor-in-Chief of Juba Monitor, one of South Sudan’s popular English language newspapers, has scaled the ladders of women in leadership...

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Why agriculture is key

New Vision TV broadcasts an excerpt on agriculture from the discussion that brought together civil society, financial sector players, educationalists and...

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Why you should never use toothpicks

Kironde says the use of toothpicks is the leading cause of tooth problems and smelly mouths.

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Trafficked Ugandan girls cry out

“I would wake up at 6:00am and work without food until midnight. After a week, I started feeling a lot of heat in my hands and feet."

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Kemigisa changing the face of HIV/AIDS

Deprived of innocence “I was sexually abused at the age of six,” said the 33-year-old,” she says. Kemigisa was not molested by strangers, but by members...

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Upmarket Kololo becomes noisy mess

During the day, Kololo still looks deceptively sane. However, behind this façade lies a dirty secret; there are empty bottles and glasses littered on the...

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How Mugisha uses bananas to make millions...

The idea to make these started around 2004, when the prices of matooke drastically dropped in Bunyangabo district.

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How Lubega earns shs. 150m per month from...

This is Bulamu Mixed Farm. It is located at Magigye-Nabutiti near Gayaza in Wakiso district, some 15km from Kampala city centre.

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Nun builds Budaka school on love

Teachers making a difference

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Ssenoga went for money, came out with HIV...

As an orphan seeking a better lifestyle, 22-year-old Hassan Ssenoga was introduced to dating women older than him.

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Everybody should wake up now, says...

The four sectors he urged Ugandans to join by forming savings and credit cooperative organisations so they are supported by the government are; commercial agriculture, industries, services and information and communications technology.