Saturday,February 16,2019 10:27 AM


Heritage, Uganda oil case starts in UK

THE hearing of a case in which Heritage Oil sued Uganda over an oil tax amounting to $404m (about sh1.1 trillion) has started in London.

Makerere calm as students go home

Makerere University students on Friday morning packed and left the University halls of residences following the closure of the University on Thursday....

Vision Group’s bridal expo opens

THE 2011 Vision Group Bride and Groom wedding exhibition on Friday opened at Lugogo show ground in Kampala.

Mother of 4 indecently assaults boy aged...

A woman alleged to have abused a 14year old boy is in Police custody in the eastern district of Soroti.

Clock tower opposition rally flops

A rally organized by activists for change meant to show solidarity with the people of Libya, Tunisia and Egypt for ousting their leaders flopped on Friday....

Sodomy tape evidence okayed

THE Super FM recording that allegedly implicates four city pastors in tarnishing pastor Robert Kayanja’s name with sodomy allegations will be used as...

Makerere closed over double strikes

MAKERERE University was yesterday closed indefinitely after staff refused to resume work until their demands are settled.

Broken bridge cuts off Kitgum residents

Residents of Lagoro sub-county in the northern district of Kitgum are cut off from the rest of the district following a broken bridge in Matidi sub-county....

Districts to get disaster offices-Mallinga...

GOVERNMENT will establish emergency relief and disaster offices countrywide, the minister of relief, disaster preparedness and refugees has said.


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'Golden handshake' for DR Congo's...

Ministers in the outgoing government of now ex-president Joseph Kabila awarded themselves "golden-handshake" benefits in two decrees which were passed on November 24, that safeguarded lifetime cash payments.