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Smartphone growth creating etiquette challenges...

It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.

Gorillas not guerrillas: tourism hope in...

Tourists perch perilously on a volcano's edge as swirling smoke belches from the fiery cauldron of lava below, the latest unlikely visitors holidaying...

Salva Kiir agrees to sign peace deal

South Sudan President Salva Kiir is expected to sign the long-awaited peace deal in a move observers believe would open a new chapter as the Africa’s...

China''s richest man loses $3.6 bn in one...

China''s richest man lost $3.6 billion in a single day after global stock markets tanked and Chinese markets erased all their gains for the year.

Kibuli Muslim leadership hereditary—Mubajje...

By Umaru Kashaka The Mufti of Uganda Sheikh Shaban Mubajje has thrown a barb at Kibuli Muslim faction, describing it as "purely hereditary".

Libya in tatters after bloody year of rival...

Torn apart by a year of fighting between two rival governments, Libya is now in tatters with hopes sparked by the ouster of dictator Moamer Kadhafi having...

'Thousands' of political heavyweights hold...

Thousands of so-called "politically exposed persons", or PEPs - a category that includes heads of state and other top officials - hold Swiss bank accounts,...

Lilian Mbabazi gets up close and personal...

IT was Lilian Mbabazi's maiden concert and she delivered the kind of vocal performance that was expected

Joel Kisakye wins Coca Cola Rated Next

Kisakye, who decided to give education a break in 2013, in pursuit of a singing career, beat three other contestants to be crowned winner

Kayihura warns police against using teargas...

THE Inspector General of General Kale Kayihura has urged police to stop using teargas to control crowd violence but opt for other means of crowd control...

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