This Bill paved way for the licensing of private companies to generate, distribute and sell electricity in Uganda
The Chief Magistrate, Mr. Aweri Opio made the order following a running dispute between KCC and Milton Obote Foundation (MOF) over the arrears
Kisekka, popularly known as ‘Omusawo Omutendeke’ died as the family prepared to take him to Cromwell Hospital.
The name "United Nations", coined by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt was first used in the Declaration by United Nations of 1 January 1942,...
A mood of tension and grief as the plane carrying Sir Edward's remains appeared on the horizon
Officers hoped the vomiting, suffocation and burns caused by poison gases would force troops to abandon positions in what quickly became a standoff between...
One black was killed in the town of Klerksdorp and the UK Embassy in Pretoria was attacked
The BCMA was an avowedly Marxist group, which used the Azanian People Organisation as its political voice.
The Albanian parliament voted to unite Albania with Italy; King Zog fled to Greece
In approximately three months, the Hutu extremists who controlled Rwanda brutally murdered an estimated 500,000 to 1 million civilian Tutsis
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