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Once a-porn a song

Many trending Ugandan music videos from established artistes and several upcoming musicians contain substantial proportions of sexual content.

As it happened: Uganda Today - Wednesday,...

President Yoweri Museveni speaks in glowing terms of the "exceptional performance demonstrated" by cadet pilots and aeronautical graduates during their...

🔊 PODCAST: Highlights of 64th Commonwealth...

It is a wrap for the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference here in Kampala. Listen to our reporters' take on the week-long event.

Kadaga to CPC delegates: Visit Uganda again...

"I promise you it will be much better than this, if you come back, Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga tells delegates at a dinner.

64th Commonwealth Conference: Day Three in...

Women MPs discussed a wide range of issues, including bullying and harassment by their male counterparts in Parliament.

Commonwealth Conference enters third day...

The third session discussion has been on how women can be empowered effectively as parliamentary legislators in the 21st century.

64th Commonwealth Conference: Day Two in...

During the main event of the day, women Parliamentarians expressed their desire to have senior MPs mentor young ones in order to focus on areas of their...

Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference kicks...

The main event of the day is the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians Conference, focusing on issues that affect women, including women's involvement in...

64th CPC: A look at the week ahead

Over 500 delegates from Africa, Asia, Australia, British islands, Canada, Caribbean India, South East Asia and the Americas are expected to attend the...

Museveni to CPC delegates: Welcome to Uganda...

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, which Uganda is hosting this year, is the largest annual gathering of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association...

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