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A look at what is in today's New Vision

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Added 8th November 2016 08:11 AM

President Yoweri Museveni has received proposals for reforms in education.

A look at what is in today's New Vision

President Yoweri Museveni has received proposals for reforms in education.

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Find out why Kayihura has disbanded the Special Operations Squad and what has happened to squad staff.

Uganda will start registering people who have skills in the oil and gas industry. New Vision tells you when the exercise will start, how you can register and what the Government plans to do with the registry.

On the US polls, the New Vision has the latest figures for Clinton and Trump from the key states to watch. New Vision gives you an expert analysis on whether America will have the first female president or not.

Parliament paid tribute to Maj. Gen. Julius Oketta as new information came out that Oketta had just unveiled a fresh strategy to boost Operation Wealth Creation. Find out what Oketta told Parliament just last month and what is in this new strategy.

New Vision explores the various factors behind the attacks in the Rwenzori region. Do not miss this fresh analysis of the causes of the conflict and the key players behind the attacks.

A district forest officer has been charged over the illegal sale of Zoka forest. Find out how Francis Ojja sold over 1,000 square miles of a government forest, who bought it and at how much.

President Yoweri Museveni has received proposals for reforms in education. New Vision brings you the proposed four key reforms.    

After Makerere, it is now Mbarara University students who have gone on strike. New Vision has the reasons and what the Government is doing about this fresh protest.

Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa has lashed out at Fr. Jacinto Kibuuka, claiming the rebel priest was being used by Satan. Get the details and why the good Bishop believes that Father Kibuuka is being used by the Devil.

State House has stepped in to resolve a land wrangle that pits Buganda prime minister Charles Peter Mayiga against villagers in Nakaseke district. Get the background to the row and what State House plans to do to settle the dispute.  

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