New Vision brings you a series of pictures taken by our journalists as the news unfolds.
ON THE LENS: RUTH NAKANWAGI AND PONSIANO NSIMBI IN KAMPALA
The Police has detained four people including Christopher Aine, for holding up traffic on Kampala Road, saying that they were protesting the lack of jobs in the country.
The group has also railed against what they called rampant corruption in the country.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson displays a panga which was allegedly found in possession of the men who were demonstrating.
Speaker Rebecca Kadaga and her Ethiopian counterpart Tagesse Chafo have called for improved infrastructure across the African continent to improve trade and ease movement of persons.
The duo said that it is urgent that the existing road, rail and air transport networks are improved.
They said that since the relationship between the two countries is strong, both Uganda and Ethiopia can take lead in the development.
This was in a meeting between speaker Kadaga and the Ethiopian delegation composed of legislators, the business community, diplomats, culture and religious leaders, led by the speaker of Ethiopia.
Mobilization for the Toto Christmas Festival gears up as the Toto team visits different schools.
The Festival will take place on December 8 at Mandela National Stadium in Namboole.
Toto Festival will also see the crowning of Mr. and Miss Toto, have a talent search, live performances from Fresh kid, Esther and Ezekiel the winners of East Africa has got talent and Pastor Wilson Bugembe among others.
At the handover ceremony attended by a number of politicians, Justice Ogola who also dubbed as the Chief guest expressed the need for national harmony, instead of national discord among politicians.
National validation of the study on the situation of persons with disabilities in Uganda is happening under the theme; Promoting Disability Inclusive Programming for an Accessible Future.
State Minister for Gender and Culture affairs Peace Mutuzo is the chief guest.
As Uganda moves to position herself as a premier tourist destination, Uganda Tourism Board is set to host the 5th annual Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE 2020).
This is a tourism and travel trade exhibition which brings together regional and international tour operators, travel agents, destination agencies and various players in the tourism trade to network and facilitate tourism business.
Compiled by Tracy Gwambe