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Today in the New Vision, gov’t sued over Besigye

By Apollo Mubiru

Added 21st December 2016 07:55 AM

Find out why the proposal by the National Council for Higher Education to scrap university scholarships has been opposed. Who has opposed it?

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Find out why the proposal by the National Council for Higher Education to scrap university scholarships has been opposed. Who has opposed it?

Dr. Kizza Besigye

A mineral that causes cancer has been found in Uganda’s water.

The contaminated water includes nine brands of bottled water.

Could this explain the increasing cases of cancer in Uganda?

Find out where this dangerous mineral is coming from.

Is there anything one can do to avoid this mineral called lead?

The New Vision has the information you need.

 

A damning report gives details on how and why the national broadcaster UBC has gone to the dogs. Find the suggested solutions from the report in New Vision.

Several cultural leaders across the country have backed the Inter-Religious Council to amend the law on traditional and cultural leaders.

We have their suggestions.

 

Find out why the proposal by the National Council for Higher Education to scrap university scholarships has been opposed. Who has opposed it?

 

The Leader of Opposition, Winnie Kiiza, has acknowledged that the Kasese suspects are well treated at Kirinya Prison. Find her findings in the New Vision.

 

The Uganda Registration Services Bureau has intervened in the leadership wrangles at the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Find out why it has warned the chamber boss Olive Kigongo.

 

Find out why Sheikh Kamoga and others has failed to get bail.

Coffee farmers will get free irrigation services from the Government. Find out what you need to do to get the free irrigation facilities.

 

A city lawyer has dragged the government to court over Besigye’s rights. We have the grounds for his suit and what particular event prompted the lawyer to go to court.

 

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