The more effort they invest, the better the performance
Villa was once the pride of Ugandan football
The boxer’s wish was to be buried in his ancestral home in Busia next to his relatives
There is a reason why all the titles that KCCA has won in history have been won by either old boys of the club or founding members
If you’re looking for a good reason Ugandan sport is still largely amateur, look no further than the failure of the government, parastatal or private sector...
All it takes is having well trained resident coaches. A few years ago this was not possible. It is a different story today when sports is well funded
In pure football terms, any attempt to defend Villa and Express current standing in the Ugandan game would be misguided
Mulindwa has been understandably disillusioned by the season, threatening to dismiss the entire team after their 2-1 league defeat to Ndejje University...
Ugandans better not entirely rely on their team bringing them joy in Egypt
The younger generation is now exposed and many are investing and planning while they are still relevant to the national team
President Yoweri Museveni launched Nile Fibre Boards Uganda Ltd at Kinoni Village, Kakoge Sub County in Nakasongola district on April 10. The $25m factory is to employ over 1000 locals. The company is specialised in making wood products including different...
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