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Private Varsities want role in curriculum...

PRIVATE universities have asked government to consult them when formulating school curriculum at all levels of education to ensure improved quality of...

Vendors defy order to leave streets

Street vendors were by yesterday still transacting business despite a government order that they vacate or risk being dealt with by the law. When New Vision...

Kampala charcoal prices soar

CHARCOAL prices in Kampala have increased drastically with some of them doubling during August, according to a survey conducted by New Vision.

Man kills wife over food

A woman in Pujwang village, Amor parish in Pakwach town was killed by her husband over food.

Ugandan woman lands top UN job

A Ugandan woman living in Switzerland has been elected the vice-chairperson of Codex Alimentarius Commission, a United Nations body.

Karamoja youth appeal to local leaders

The youth in Karamoja have asked local leaders to involve them in making policies. Moroto and Napak districts youth representatives said it was wrong to...

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Arua residents drink dirty water Despite impressive statistics on safe water coverage, many residents in Vurra sub-county still drink water from unprotected...



MPs halt eviction of tenants on railway land...

MPs have halted the eviction of over 1,400 tenants on Uganda Railways land in Luzira and Nsambya to allow investigations into the sale of the land.

Ogwal wins, Mbabali loses poll petition

THE High Court in Lira has dismissed with costs the election petition filed against Dokolo Woman MP Cecilia Atim Ogwal and the Electoral Commission.


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Mubende's land wrangles

Three thousand Ugandans who were last year violently evicted from five villages of Mubende municipality have resorted to peaceful means to seek justice.