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KCCA FC fans to have a stake in the Lugogo...

The plan was unveiled during an interaction involving club officials, fans’ leaders and season ticket holders at Lugogo over the weekend.

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Ladies brace for UGC Open

The Ladies Open although relatively new on the calendar is the last event ahead of Uganda Open so up to 230 quality lady golfers will take a special interest...

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Will KCCA get it right in the CAF Champions...

Playing home is a cause for confidence in the KCCA camp and besides they are not strangers in this path.

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BWF Para-Badminton: Uganda loses opening...

Elizabeth Mwesigwa, Rose Nansereko, Khadija Khamuka and Ritah Asiimwe all lost their opening fixtures at St. Jakobshalle, Basel today.

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Arsenal and WorldRemit launch second edition...

Two community football coaches, one male, and one female will attend the exclusive “Future Stars” training programme.

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Uganda sends five players to World Para Badminton...

The squad departed over the weekend ahead of the five-day event that doubles as a qualifier for the first-ever Paralympic badminton games due Tokyo, Japan...

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Ambition drives Koboko's Kassim as his side...

Kassim was key as his side Koboko boys beat Bright Light 1-0 in the West Nile region final. Saidi Sukur first-half strike ensured the victory for the West...

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T20 Invitational to set in motion Uganda...

This invitational tournament sets in motion Uganda’s preparations for the ICC World Cup Africa Qualifier 2021.

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West Nile crowned Castle Lite Uganda Open...

They beat second-placed Entebbe Club that finished on 216 by 83 points; despite Entebbe having collected more than them (28pts) on the day.

Uganda Open: Biggest field of foreign players...

It will carry the most points that any professional golfer can harvest in order to qualify for the Kenya Open,

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.