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Mum was a heroine

It was a very sad moment for the few people who buried her. Mutongole, 98, died at Mengo Hospital, three months shy of her 99th birthday.

Our love is as old as Uganda

They were attracted to each other as teenagers and even had a baby before marriage. Read more about their story in today's Saturday Vision.

Ssenindes' 35-year union has been anchored...

Both dressed in traditional attire of a kanzu and gomesi, they animatedly talked about their thirty five- year-old journey of marriage, family and political...

Two suspected drug dealers arrested at Entebbe...

According to Onyango, the shippers for the packages respectively were Lydia Nannono and Juliet Nakawooya according to the documents recovered.

Soldier accused of defrauding Total granted...

WOII Gordon Kababure who was on June 8 remanded over obtaining money by false pretence and forgery was granted bail by the General Court Martial (GCM)...

Land, finance biggest challenges in electricity...

This was reached at after an around-the-country monitoring visit to major infrastructure projects majorly in the electricity subsector that the national...

Two children burnt to death in Wakiso

It is alleged that the mother to the deceased children only identified as Agnes, left a charcoal stove inside the house, which caused the fire.

UPC holds delegates conference

UPC | POLITICS | ELECTIONS The Uganda People's Congress (UPC) delegates conference is underway at Kasangati in Wakiso District. A small number of delegates...

What you need to know before exhuming a body...

Recently, the late singer Paul Kafeero has been in news, his family wants to exhume his body due to wrangles.

News in pictures - July 6

MARKET| RAILWAY| BUSINESS Kireka residents risk their lives on the railway Residents of Kireka, Kira Municipality in Wakiso District have turned...

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