After the NRM caucus endorsed both candidates to retain their current positions, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga in an exclusive interview with Sunday Vision responds to remarks earlier made by her deputy Jacob Oulanyah and her plan for Parliament. Do not miss your copy of the Sunday Vision.
We have a special package of over 20 pages of Mother's day stories and messages.
In our history, we bring you a detailed perspective of why America backed the removal of President Milton Obote from power in 1985. How did UK react?
The Ministry of Education has suspended the expansion of Bridge International schools in Uganda. The affected academies comprise of 80 pre-primary and primary schools founded by two foreign American investors. We give you the details why this action was taken.
Police has searched businessman Gashumba's home. Find out what they were looking for?
The fight for leadership of key committees in Parliament has started. Find out who is favoured for Leader of opposition and the much dreaded Public Accounts Committee. Will Nandala bounce back? We have the analysis.
In our Crime section, we bring you details of the police operations against the notorious Kifeesi criminal gang. Will the police win the battle? Read the confession of a former gangster.
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has insisted it will continue charging sh100,000 for the yellow fever vaccine in spite of the ministry of Health protest that it should be offered free. Read about the clash between KCCA and the National Medical Stores, the supplier of the vaccines.