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How women clamp men during sex

Is penis captivus a new phenomenal or an ancient act? Lets call it clamping.

A glance at Uganda's infrastructure and oil

Here are the opportunities to find in the New Vision infrastructure and oil pull outs as outlined by the New Vision business Editor Edna Mubiru.

Around Uganda - New bunyoro premier sworn in and calls for unity

Daily news across the country.

Around East Africa - Raila Odinga vows to form rival government

Daily news around the East African region

Could Besigye be the Moses who never reached Canaan

It now looks like Besigye, even though he has done a lot to expand the democratic space, his own chances of going to Entebbe State House are receding as...

What next after graduation?

Makerere University is holding it's 68th graduation ceremony but what is next for the graduates?

Around Uganda: From Hoima, Bunyoro king appoints oil expert as premier

Daily news Around Uganda

Around East Africa: Nairobi ranked top tourist city

Daily news Around East Africa.

Traders oppose non motorised roads

The business community downtown Kampala have opposed a new plan by KCCA to redesign and turn some roads into non- motorized.

Uncircumcised bagisu boys wanted

Cultural practitioners from bugisu have vowed to hunt down uncircumcised bagisu this year.

Accounting attracting more young people

The handshake analyzing why more young people are attracted to accounting.

Bobi wine – Muntu winning alliance in offing?

But who would be the Presidential candidate of the two?

Kibuule pinned as Bamugemereire cracks whip

State Minister for Water, Ronald Kibuule is said to have grabbed land in Kigaya village, Golomolo Sub County, Buikwe district and threatened residents...

Around Uganda - Suspected bomb scare Iganga residents

Daily news around Uganda

Doctorate for Mandela as Makerere graduates

Doctorate for Mandela as Makerere graduates

Around East Africa - No aid for refugees in DRC

News making headlines across the East African region.

Kasenyi fishermen demand better transport

90% of this tiny town's population deal engage in the fish business.

Kawempe Republic: The old lunatic pattern?

The recent declaration of Kawempe Republic may be just a tantrum thrown by disgruntled jobless youth in the city.

Technology to boost collective investments

The Handshake examines how technology will boost collective investment.

Around Uganda - In Rakai, a jilted lover hacked partner

Daily new across the country

Why Jamwa got 12-year sentencing

The court verdict means Jamwa, accused of causing sh2.7b to the pensions body, will have to remain behind bars.

Around East Africa - Magufuli, Kagame agree to build Railway

Rwanda and Tanzania have agreed on joint construction from Isaka to Kigali, a move which will facilitate movement of goods between the two countries....

Kampala residents shun registration for free nets

Kampala residents are have shunned the ongoing registration for free mosquito nets.

Stella Nyanzi undresses Miria Matembe

Controversial social researcher Dr Stella Nyanzi launches a sharp attack on prominent feminist Dr Miria Matembe for undermining Opposition leader Dr Kizza...

Around Uganda - Three people perish in Mukono night accident

Daily news Around Uganda.

2018/ 2019 budget framework paper out

The Handshake analyses the 2018/2019 budget framework paper

Why Nkoyooyo was buried at Namugongo

Nkoyooyo's grandfather, called Elia Kajiri, was one of the royal guards that had converted to Christianity.

Rubanda residents petition president over poor road

Residents of Rubanda district have petitioned President Yoweri Museveni over the poor state of the Hamurwa, Kanungu road.

Around Uganda - Hoima, NFA clash over forestry management

Daily news around the Uganda.

Boxers make demands for 2018

When some of their colleagues disappeared from Germany, the boxers have now set demands for 2018.

Ugandan socialites in trouble

Many have been sited in wrong acts and these have led them into trouble.

Opportunities that beckon in 2018

What to expect in business this 2018.

Soda now killing more young Ugandans

This is why that beverage could kill you.

Abandoned dog finds home

A New Vision journalist rescues a stray dog and finds a home for it.

Brig. Makumbi, a doctor of political resistance

Brig. James Makumbi, a doctor of political resistance died in his sleep on 8th January 2018.

Around Uganda: Fort Portal regional hospital runs out of X-ray films

Daily news Around Uganda full bulletin.

Why electricity tariffs were increased

Why electricity tariffs were increased

Nkoyooyo’s legacy lives on

The former archbishop Mpalanyi Nkoyooyo did many good deeds and that is why his legacy will always leave on.

2018 nasty start for security

Even after having a challenging 2017, the police have started 2018 in a way challenging way.

Nkoyoyo to be buried at Namugongo martyrs site

According to the burial programme released by Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the main funeral service will be held on January 9,...

Men to watch in 2018

Here are the men you should watch out for in 2018.

Around Uganda: Arua, Gulu and Lira towns get new roads

Residents of some towns in northern Uganda have reason to smile after their roads have been worked.

January business blues

Traders in Kampala, are decrying slow business as the New year takes shape.

Motorists warned against using Entebbe expressway

Motorists have been warned against using Entebbe expressway.

2018 FORECAST:Cameras to capture errant drivers

So many promises were made as we closed 2017. If these promises are fulfilled, we will have a better city, country to live in. Here are some of the good...

Around Uganda - Museveni grills Police bosses over panga attacks

The attack was not the first in the Greater Masaka region.

Why High Court referred suspended MPs case

Constitutional Court to rule on Kadaga's powers

Can diaspora Ugandans solve national debt problem?

Can diaspora Ugandans solve national debt problem? New Vision TV's Joachim Buwembo​ interviews the UNAA president.

Youths make 75% of working age

The Handshake on how the Youths are making 75% of the working age.

Water weeds hinder ferry docking in Nakasongola

MV Kyoga ferry 1 wades through a mixture a water weeds and sudds or the floating islands as it docks.

Around Uganda - Kiboga hospital medics deny neglecting victim

But the hospital medics dispute the claim, saying the woman was already dead by time she was delivered to the hospital.

Women to watch in 2018

They made headlines in 2017, you can't miss them in 2018.

Around Uganda - In Mukono, revelers survive dying in Kisumali pub fire

Around Uganda - In Mukono, revelers survive dying in Kisumali pub fire

Stories that dominated 2017

Here are the stories that made headlines in the year 2017

Churches flooded for new year prayers

Many Christians thronged churches and worship centers to enter in to 2018 in prayer.

Ugandans usher in 2018 with partying

Partying is one of activities Ugandans embrace to usher in a new year. 2018 was also welcomed with partying.

How fireworks lit up dark Kampala

Fire works always ushers in the new year and this is how Kampala city was lit.

Learn to balance spending and investment

Learn to balance spending and investment

Crime, immorality dominate 2017

Crime, immorality dominate 2017

Here is the music that has stood the test of time

Music that has stood the test of time

The irony of Uganda and the seventh number

As we close the year 2017, a look at the number 7 reveals a number of events that have shaped the history of Uganda.

HIV-positive elderly grappling in death's shadows

Although more than 150,000 people above the age of 65 are living with HIV, there has not been any specific programme targeting them. Therefore, they have...

Learn to balance spending and investment

If you fail to strike a balance between spending and investing, you will always be in a financial crisis.

Celebrating Christmas in prison

While most people were preparing to travel upcountry to celebrate Christmas with their relatives and family members, prisoners did not have that luxury....

Street children storm Mbarara town

An influx of street children are worrying leaders in the western district of Mbarara. Mbarara town has been growing at a fast rate, bringing with it the...

Climate change takes Ayeni to Germany

Ayeni is yet to embark on another climate change challenge. Reaching the top of mountain Rwenzori

Christmas day prayers

Christians attend Christmas prayers in various churches around the country

Men urged to go for HIV testing

The Nakawa Mayor Ronald Balimwezo notes that a number of men do not want to go for HIV testing and whenever their wives return home with HIV positive results,...

Around Uganda: Rakai man kills own twins, chops off wife’s palms

On Monday, Namatovu gave birth to twins, forcing Ssekidde to return to Byakabanda on Friday to give her company.

The Handshake on the growing global debt

The Handshake on the growing global debt

Remembering Keturah Kamugasa

She was the third born among the four children of Mr Stephen Kalege and Mrs Airosi Kamugasa of Nyakatoke, Rugombe, Mwenge in the present day Kyenjojo district....

Kamugasa's happy times

Keturah Kamugasa was died on 20th December 2017. She will be buried on Sunday at Nyakatoke, Rugombe, Mwenge in Kyenjojo district.

How Israel has flourished amidst enemies

Israel security establishment serve in a variety of organizations, including law enforcement, military, governmental, and intelligence agencies.

Around Uganda - NRM youth leader arrested over theft

Kagadi Grade One Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday remanded Kibaale District NRM youth league chairperson Obed Ambikiize to Mambugu Government Prison on...

Transport fare rise ahead of Christmas

Transport fares have been increased as Christmas draws near.

Israel’s tale of successful desert farming

But for a desert country such as Israel, with only 20% of the land area arable, they have proven that it is possible to make agriculture possible without...

Was public servants salary increase way overdue?

Public servants salary was increase recently, but was it long over due?

Around Uganda - Keturah Kamugasa's pen dries up

The cruel hand of death has snatched seasoned fashion writer, editor and critic Keturah Kamugasa.

A visit to Israel's holy sites

Israel is home to several of the world’s sacred sites for different faiths - Muslims, Jews, Bahai and Christians.

Around Uganda - Five priests defrocked in Kabarole

According to Bishop Kisembo, the diocesan tribunal convened a meeting two weeks ago and after analyzing the behaviour of the priests, the members agreed...

Israel; Uganda's land of opportunities

In our second series on Israel, we explore how this country has become home for opportunities for Ugandans.

Around Uganda - Beach parties restricted ahead of Christmas celebrations

Mwesigwa noted that beach revelers will only be allowed to swim from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm and, after, security will take over.

How to benefit from health insurance for SMEs

How Small and medium enterprises can benefit from the health insurance.

Why you need to visit Isreal this season

Tourism activities dominate the commonly religious country Israel. New Vision's Geoffrey Kulubya takes us through this journey.

Around Uganda: 93-year-old marries 23-year-old

A man in Mityana married a woman 67 years younger than him. His reasoning was that he had been lonely.

Touts take over Kampala traffic management

The traffic police left the roads following Kampala Capital city authority executive director Jennifer Musisi, saying in a meeting that the traffic police...

Govt calls for calm ahead of age limit debate

The age limit bill will come back in Parliament on Monday December 18 when the House sits to hear the reports from the legals affairs committee.

Zimbabwe elections could be held sooner

Newly-sworn-in president Emmerson Mnangagwa has said Zimbabwe elections could be held sooner than planned and called for lifting of sanctions.

Understanding the economics of nsenene

Many traders planned for the nsenene as early as July and made investments to cash in the trade.

Namayanja, the blind painter

Namayanja was a painter and curator at Makerere University. She got sick and lost her sight. However, she did not lose her passion for painting.

Around Uganda: Convict pleads not guilty for punching magistrate

Convict pleads not guilty for punching magistrate

Archbishop Ntagali calls nation to fasting

While delivering his Christmas message, Archbishop Ntagali dedicated the week of 18th to 24th December 2017 to fervent prayer and fasting for Uganda.

The highs & lows of nsenene business

Kampala Capital City Authority law enforcement officers are another low to the grasshopper traders.

New coach for Uganda Cranes

Belgian Luc Eymael set to fill the big shoes of Serbian Micho Sredojević as Uganda Cranes coach.

Christmas mood hits Kampala

Christmas is in the air as public readies itself. Kampala is a East Africa’s hot Christmas mas shopping destination.

Convict punches magistrate in Masindi

In Masindi a convict punched a magistrate after he was told his offenses.

The future of oil in Uganda

The Handshake examines the future of oil in Uganda.

I did not shoot anyone - Brian White

Brian White is alleged to have shot Bitwire from Buziga-Makindye, a suburb of Kampala. Brian White is a self-styled tycoon known for dishing out money...

Uganda's royals wed at advanced age

Marrying early must have stopped with these pre-independence royals.

Kyambogo graduates 6000

6000 students graduate in the 14th graduation ceremony of Kyambogo University.

Age limit bill will be passed before Christmas - Magyezi

The promoter of the age limit bill, Raphael Magyezi, has said the age limit bill must be passed before Christmas.

Around Uganda - Expectant mothers warned against TBAs

Pregnant women in Mayuge district have been discouraged from giving birth in the hands of traditional birth attendants.

Around Uganda - Expectant mothers warned against TBAs

Pregnant women in Mayuge district have been discouraged from giving birth in the hands of traditional birth attendants.

Camila takes on Abu Dhabi

Camila, one of Vision Group's longest serving employee takes on Abu Dhabi

Kabaka Mutebi's 18 years of marriage

In this month of weddings, we continue looking at interesting royals who tied the knot, now focusing at Buganda's Kabaka, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, who has...

Around Uganda - Soroti flying school land sold off fraudulently

Legislators on Parliament’s infrastructure committee have learnt that there was fraudulent sale of land belonging to the East African Civil Aviation Academy,...

Commoner brides take British throne closer to subjects

With current line of succession, commoner women are very highly placed, making the conservative British monarchy now much closer to its subjects.

Do we have a shortage of Sugar?

The Handshake examines whether there is a shortage of sugar in the country

Children prefer gold mining to schooling - report

Over 800 children in the districts of Moroto, Namayingo and Bugiri have abandoned school for gold mining.

Drivers cautioned ahead of festive season

Old Kampala Division Police Commander Grace Nyangoma has cautioned bus drivers on proper road usage to curb road accidents during the Christmas festive...

Toto festival to return even better

Jovita and sponsors of the Toto Christmas festival, also thanked the children and parents for turning up and participating to make the day colorful.

Around Uganda: Gov't dragged to court over doctors’ strike

The case was Friday brought before Lady Justice Winifred Nabisinde at the High Court in Lira.

Children get the Christmas party of their life

Thousands of children and their parents have today 10 December gathered at Namboole to participate in the Toto Christmas festival

How cricket captured attention of Ugandans

Here is why Ugandans embraced cricket.

Karamoja embraces NIE

Karamoja largely grapples with an education challenge of school dropouts, especially for girls who are forced into early marriages.

Mandela’s rocky marriages

Mandela's rocky marriages. His intimate relations fought for attention with the revolution.

Private taxis reduce Kampala drink-driving

Previously, over 100 people would spend nights in cells every weekend over drink-driving. However, they now call taxis to take them home at any time.

Around Uganda: Conmen target SGR project

The management of the standard gauge railway (SGR) has warned of fraudsters that have created a fake email account in the name of the SGR project coordinator,...

Uganda will retain trophy, says Van Pee

Ugandan team has high hopes of retaining the trophy in Nairobi

Best farmers get awards today

The speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga will officiate at the function today to award the best farmers at Vision Group offices.

How Nelson Mandela became property of the world

Upon release in February 1990, Nelson Mandela did not only become a leader of South Africa, but the whole world.

Congo authorities decline to handover detained Ugandans

Authorities in Congo, have declined to hand over 12 Ugandans before negotiations with Uganda. The 12 were arrested last week, following bodaboda clashes....

Debate on nurses and midwives strike continues

Midwives are still torn on whether to continue the strike or not. While some of their members want the strike to stop, another group wants it to continue....

Mandela, the trouble, peace maker

We explore the journey of the man who brought trouble and peace in equal measure.

Experts explain Immuno Deficiency Diseases

Experts have explained the causes, the symptoms of immuno-deficiency diseases and how they can be managed.

Around Uganda: How a priest collapsed and died after sermon

His last message was his call for the congregation to always speak responsibly in public. After the sermon, Twinomujuni stepped from the pulpit and collapsed...

Mandela's long walk to eternal peace

Although it was clear that Nelson Mandela had reached the evening of his life, his death did come immediately. The whole world was in uncertainty for more...

Tanzania is tobacco 'regional chimney'

Experts from six African countries assessing the evils that come with tobacco consumption in the region have identified countries which need urgent help...

School porridge makes parents sick

Over 100 parents,who took porridge at Kiryanjagi Young Star Nursery and Primary School, during a speech day, started vomiting while others developed running...

Why 40 cars are stolen from Uganda in a month

Over 40 vehicles are stolen in Kampala every month. Why and how does this happen?

Why Mandela fell in love with Uganda

During those years before his capture and being put away for 27 years, Mandela was traveling on a Ugandan passport

Around Uganda: All boda boda riders in Mpigi district to take HIV test

This is because the cyclists were cited as the group most at risk of contracting the virus.

Hospitals back to life!

What could be the challenges faced by public servants?

Vision Group gives back on World AIDS Day

Vision Group marked World AIDS day by offering free HIV testing and giving to Luzira inmates.

EA babies get Germany boost

The East African Community (EAC) has signed a 35 million Euro agreement with the Federal Republic of Germany in support of health and education in the...

How one injection syringe wiped out Pastor Bugembe's family

Pastor Wilson Bugembe explains how his family was killed by HIV/AIDS and how he escaped the dreaded disease.

AIDS treatment: From soil to ARVs

Uganda’s three decades-long battle with HIV/Aids has traversed the mystical, nutritional to the latest scientific suppression of the deadly virus.

Kayihura urges officers to embrace agriculture

Kayihura was on a tour of Namunkekere industrial park in company of Gen.Salim Saleh the national coordinator of operation wealth creation in Nakaseke district....

How Ugandans lived before the attack by HIV

Even after the establishment of Christianity in 1877, many Ugandans continued to practice polygamy openly after becoming members of their churches and...

Around Uganda: Medics giving out expired HIV drugs

MPs on the HIV/AIDS committee were on Wednesday shocked to find people receiving expired Anti-Retroviral drugs at Ogur Health Centre IV in Lira district....

Thousands get entrepreneur skills

New Vision TV looks at what Mentor Coach Empower Uganda has been doing with thousands of youth in the country.

Desmond Tutu condemns slavery in Libya

South African Civil Rights leader and Archbishop Desmond Tutu has spoken out in condemnation of reported acts of slavery in Libya.

Children gear up for Toto festival

Come December 10, children will gather at Namboole Stadium, Wakiso to celebrate Christmas with their peers, in a function organised by Toto magazine.

Police arrest 20 over use of express highway

The crackdown started from Busega and went on to Kajjansi.

Pablo's encounter with HIV/AIDS

Kenneth Kimuli's career rotates around making people laugh. However, unknown to them, Kimuli aka Pablo carries great pain, which he covers with a wide...

Around Uganda:NorthWest Ankole gets new priests

The five new priests are Robert Turyatemba, Aggrey Muhangi, Nathan Tinka, Adrian Tukesiga and Monic Akankunda,the chaplain of Bigyera Secondary School....

Muntu disappoints supporters

But the anticipated big announcement did not happen.

Return money hidden abroad - Mnangagwa

Newly sworn-in Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa says all officials with money hidden abroad should return it before February 2018.

Judiciary eulogise Justice Kikonyogo

Justice Kikonyogo, the woman of many firsts, was eulogised at Parliament on Wednesday. Speaker after speaker, the legislators paid glowing tribute to the...

Will Odinga declare himself president?

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has vowed to declare himself as the president of Kenya, and hold his own inauguration on December 12.

Wonder teacher makes HIV+ children happy

She makes taking ARVs for the children less stressing

Zimbabwe economy after Mugabe

The Handshake discusses the economy of Zimbabwe after Mugabe's resignation

Around Uganda: Medics camp in Mityana over rift valley fever

So far, two people have been confirmed dead; one in Mityana and another in Kiboga district.

How Uganda eliminated mother to child transmission

Dr Addy Kekitiinwa, who had been instrumental in revamping the Peadriatrics Department of Mulago teaching hospital was identified and became the first...

Around Uganda: FDC supporters in Tororo back age limit bill

They argue that once amended, the bill will help their founding president Dr Kiiza Besigye to contest and automatically lead the country once president...

Why Redpepper staff were denied bail

This however angered the suspects' lawyers accusing the magistrate of infringing on the rights of the suspects.

Makerere University moves to reclaim its land

The university has said they will evict all those illegally occupying the land and use it to generate income for the university.

Museveni brings smiles to taxi operators

Among these was the reduced monthly fee from shs.120,000 to shs.60,000, shs.700,000 for those who would wish to pay once for a year.

Actor Ssenkubuge now preaches about HIV AIDS

For the people who witnessed the spread of HIV/AIDS in the early 80s have today joined the struggle to fight stigma and inform the younger generation...

The battle to save River Rwizi

However the move to save river Rwizi has been met with mixed reactions with others against evicting those near the river and putting action against the...

Around Uganda: SMACK alumni honour Bro Kyemwa

The Old Boys of St Mary’s College Kisubi (Smack) have made a unanimous decision to immortalize Bro Anthony Kyemwa, in appreciation

THE INTERVIEW: We both cheated and got it

59 year old Yayeri Mugenyi is living with HIV/AIDS. She has been living with the virus for 25 years.

New Vision dominates population media awards 2017

This years’ Awards attracted over 75 entries from different media houses. Each of the winning journalists walked away with a trophy and a laptop.

The Handshake explores opportunities in Financial Inclusion

Opportunities in Financial Inclusion

Zimbabwe swears in new president

Zimbabwe swears in second president after 37 years of Independence.

FDC elects new president

Amuriat, is backed by founding president Kizza Besigye and influential Secretary General Nandala Mafabi.

Zimbabwe’s Tsvangirai cautions Mnangagwa

He is, a former key Mugabe ally, and had fled the country after Mugabe sacked him from vice-presidency,

We both cheated and got it

Besides, the ARVs were not readily available then and were very expensive to buy. There were no free ARVs as it is today.

Museveni distributes relief to landslide victims

President Yoweri Museveni visited Bulusaba village in Bufupa-Parish, Sironko district in Bugisu subregion, where landslides claimed nine people in August....

Women get first class hospital

The two-year project to construct the women hospital, has cost about $20.1m (sh72b) with funding from the Islamic Development Bank.

What opportunities does Tanga port offer

The Handshake exploring the opportunities Tanga port offers

Around Uganda: Pope Francis writes to Mityana priest

Pope Francis has sent special apostolic blessings to the Rev. Fr. Joseph Sserunjogi and commended him for his service to the Catholic Church.

UPDF starts withdrawing from Somalia

Army officials say the decision has been informed by the need to give chance for the Somalia National Army to take charge of the country’s security and...

How Kaabong pupil spent the day as VG Editor-In-Chief

She started the day by experiencing the ambience in her new office. Nakwang was then led by Kaija through the Newsroom to meet her editors.

Stella Nyanzi finally flies out

On board was Dr Stella Nyanzi, the controversial social researcher, who was flying for the first time in nine months, since she was blocked from travel...

The secret behind Museveni’s good health

Despite the age, the president looks every inch healthy and fit. He has revealed the secret of his health during a meeting with lawyers.

Volley ball champions seek 160 million shillings

The funds are to cater for the championship registration fees payable before 23rd February 2018, Visa fees, 18 air tickets, accommodation and players allowance...

Around Uganda: LC1 chairperson kidnapped, murdered in Iganga

He was reportedly bundled into a car boot and taken to an unknown location.

Violence breaks out over upholding Uhuru

According to Kenyan police, one protester was killed in Nairobi's Kibera slum, while a paramedic tending the injured at a demonstration in western Migori...

I lost my virginity & contracted HIV - Matovu

Matovu could have enjoyed his youthfulness much better but his dreams of becoming a priest were shattered as he started tasting the fruits of being a teenager....

Around Uganda: Man killed, body dumped in river

Residents of Kihuniro village in Kagadi district, on Sunday discovered the body of James Nabasa, 28, floating on River.

Children mark their day in style

This gave the children an opportunity to have a feel of what exactly happens at these particular places and also prepare them for the future.

Coffee trade spurs direct flights to Khartoum

With the volume of trade between Uganda and Sudan increasing, direct flights have been initiated between Entebbe and Khartoum.

Mixed reactions in Kenya after court ruling

Kenya Supreme Court has upheld Uhuru's win. However mixed reactions loom around the country.

How Mugabe disappointed Zimbabweans

Crowds who gathered in bars and cafes in Harare to watch the address, were left stunned and disconsolate. Some wept openly.

Around Uganda: UPDF arrests South Sudan rebel leader

The UPDF Fourth division Commander, Brigadier Kanyesigye, has confirmed the arrest of a South Sudanese Rebel leader who is currently detained at Koboko...

Why Bobi Wine had to mourn Sgt. Kifulugunyu

Fallen bush war fighter Sgt. Steven Sempagala aka Kifulugunyu passed on Tuesday morning. The army, the music fraternity have sent condolences to their...

Bank of Uganda amends age limit

The Central Bank has reduced the age limit for which one is allowed to open and run an account in a bank. The limit has been lowered from 18 to 15

Kenya tense as they await final verdict

The court has confirmed it will issue its ruling on the challenges to the validity of the October 26th presidential election re-run won by incumbent Uhuru...

Muyinda skills pupils in art and craft

Prossy Muyinda is skilling pupils in art and craft

Masaka to construct modern pig abattoir

Masaka district is seeking sh800m to construct a modern abattoir, the first of its kind in the country.

Silent husband triggers great AIDS art

"Someone else told me my husband's HIV status" - Nabulime Winning the battle together

Senility in Harare

New Vision TV picks some highlights of the degeneration that started almost immediately the country gained independent majority rule in 1980.

Ashabahebwa spearheads nurturing talent among Mbarara pupils

Ashabahebwa spearheads nurturing talent among Mbarara pupils

Are airtime vendors being pushed out of business

The handshake discusses whether airtime vendors are being pushed out of business.

Mixed reactions in Kawempe over article 102 (b)

Consultations on age limit are still underway across the country.

Reaping from the roof

Tips on how to start up a roof top garden

Around Uganda: Floods destroy homes, crops in Pakwach

News from across districts of Uganda.

Origin of age limit bill uncovered

New Vision TV reveals the identity of who originated the article that is now subject of intense nationwide debate, following the amendment bill to remove...

Musician Sgt Kifulugunyu dies in misery

The retired army music composer has been living in relative poverty, largely living off selling his song compositions, from the historic NRA liberation...

Pressure mounts on health minister to resign

Democratic Party has called on the Minister of Health Jane Ruth Aceng to apologize and resign over mismanaging the doctors’ strike

Having AIDS without HIV

The weight and financial cost of caring for a person suffering immuno – deficiency is simply enormous, as New Vision TV finds out.

Around Uganda - Cholera hits Kasese, 8 hospitalised

The cases were from the villages of Kamuruli and Rwenguhyo in Kisinga sub-county as well as Mughende cell in Kisinga town council, all in Bukonzo East....

Bashir, Museveni agree on South Sudan

Sudan president Omar Bashir and his host president Museveni have reiterated their commitments to solve the South Sudan crisis by talking to the opposing...

Will Kayima command his bosses

Assistant commissioner of police Polly Namaye and Commissioner of police Fred Enanga are now under SSP Kayima’s office.

Ireland-bound top teachers set

Teachers making a difference in the country are a preparing for their trip Ireland.

Kananura upholds girl child education in Mbarara

One of Mbarara's Headteachers spearheads girl child education.

Born HIV+, but raising HIV free children

In a home nestling in the outskirts of Gayaza, a young family is breathing life into the creation of an HIV free generation in Uganda.

AROUND UGANDA: Mubende water sources get facelift

Here is the news making headlines across the country.

What went wrong with Iryn Namubiru

The public is still wondering why Iryn Namubiru has not made it to Coke Studio.

Experts want public opinion on drugs

The National Pharmacovigilance Center is a unit within the National Drug Authority which does assessment, on drug-related problems.

Our schools are dirty – Janet Museveni

Minister for education and sports Janet Kataha Museveni said schools have become a menace, pupils and teachers are dirty.

Around Uganda: Kibuku district moves to curb teenage pregnancies

Kibuku district moves to curb teenage pregnancies; More news in our Around Uganda Bulletin

Save first, the rest will follow

Why you should save first before spending your salary.

Tukiggale video would have been done better

The tukiggale video would have been done better

Kampala - Jinja express way gets funds

The long awaited Kampala-Jinja Expressway has moved closer to becoming a reality as financier’s pledge over 36 of the required money.

Around Uganda: IGP reshuffles Lira Commanders

40 miss PLE

This is how Ugandans lived before the attack by HIV

Even after the establishment of Christianity in 1877, many Ugandans continued to practice polygamy openly after becoming members of their churches.

Brick by brick Lamunu sets up school in Omoro

Lamunu emerges best teacher from Omoro district in making a difference

Iganga residents choke as rubbish takes over town

Zachariah Kabba, a resident, said the rubbish heaps on Woira, Saza and Wagoina roads have been accumulating over the last month.

Uganda moves to identify bird species

Uganda has over 1000 bird species.

The price war between NIITA and UTL

The Handshake has details of the price war between NITA and UTL.

Head teacher introduces farming to stop hunger

Tororo head teacher introduces farming on school to encourage hungry pupils attend school.

Thugs kill former MP's wife

Lokol was killed as she escorted a group of five friends to a nearby borehole

Uganda's enterprising soldiers

Beyond being the most professionalized and disciplined army Uganda has ever had, the UPDF is also an enterprising institution.

Parliament fight reflected public view - Kadaga

Shocked hit Uganda on 27 September after MPs engaged into a fight inside Parliament chambers.

How Fidel Castro's call to Museveni sparked the war on HIV

New Vision TV traces the country’s struggle against HIV, that started with a phone call from Havana to Kampala.

Linking Lira to dot com era

A teacher in Lira district strives to equip residents with ICT skills.

Uganda celebrates 54 year old chimpanzee

To celebrate the birthday, UWEC organized several events which began with a procession through the Entebbe town and tree planting.

Murdered UPDF officer buried

The husband, Geoffrey Akodo, went to their home last week and a scuffle ensued in which Akodo stabbed Okidi on the chest, leading to his death.

Smiling after life's hard knocks

After living through tough times in her childhood, Betty Ogiel smiles since they the memories have become inspirations.

Understanding treasury bills and bonds

The treasury bills and bonds; what are they?

The new face of Stabua Natooro

Stabua Natooro takes a new face in the music industry.

How Ayat stopped school drop outs

A disabled teacher Ayat Kibwota has helped girls not to drop out of school.

Muslims stopped from accessing Mosque in Kamuli district

Police in Kamuli district has indefinitely suspended Muslims from accessing a yet - to - be compelled multi-million mosque.

Can Bobi Wine balance politics and entertainment?

Many Ugandan musicians have turned politicians. Can they balance politics and entertainment?

Uganda moves to benefit from free trade zones

The Handshake explains why Uganda moved to benefit from free trade zones

SPECIAL REPORT - The last Indian to leave Uganda

How President Idi Amin caused a stampede and made the world comply with his 90 day ultimatum for 80,000 Indians to leave Uganda by November 4th, 1972....

Kyotera pastor suspended over behaviour

alikuddembe, also a senior pastor of Christian Church-Kyotera, lost his temper and shouted at the Speaker Peter Asiimwe Sasira, before matching out of...

Why simple concepts lead to perfect music videos

Why should come up with simple concepts for your music video.

Setbacks as PLE starts

A total of 646,080 candidates on started writing their final Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE).

Akwii keeps children in school through farming

Akwii set up a garden in refugee camp to supplement school funding.

Kiir meets Bashir over border disputes

Border rows: Juba's payments for oil to be discussed

Around Uganda: SGR resumes compensation in Tororo

Kisoro, Tororo, Busia, Kiruhura

Here is what makes Uhuru's win legit

Numbers favoured Uhuru Total Voter turn up 7,616,217 Uhuru votes 7,483,895

DR Congo pressured on holding polls

Resistance against Kabila's regime continues

Around Uganda: Hospitals get mobile workshop trucks

Masaka, Iganga, Amuria, Kabale, Kumi…

Teachers making a difference: Owiny Geoffrey Arim

Head teacher - Lemusui Primary Schools Nakapiripirit, Karamoja region

500 years of Martin Luther reformation

500 years of Martin Luther reformation The Reformation at 500: Martin Luther and the birth of Protestantism

Did you know that Zebras sleep while standing?

Unlike most animals that look for comfortable places and lie down, the Zebras sleep while standing.

Policemen spoil Uganda's refugee protection reputation

The involvement of the military indicates that this is not a light matter.

Banks spice up their loans

Banks are coming up with better ways of offering loans to their customers. The Handshake has more

Kumi suffers cotton losses

Because of the fall armyworm, Okoman’s expected yield of over 2 tonnes is now reduced to about 500 Kilograms from about 4 acres of land.

Trachoma victims to receive surgery

News AROUND UGANDA; Daily news across Uganda.

When Kampala was lit by the Diwali celebrations

One of India’s significant festivals is the Diwali Festival.

Why the fuss about small Gashumba?

New Vision TV examines whether the fuss over Gashumba is worth the space and time.

Uhuru's landslide victory

The IEBC has declared Jubilee Presidential Candidate Uhuru Kenyatta as President after a fresh poll which was conducted on 26th October 2017.

Will Uganda Airlines fly again?

New Vision TV traces the ups and downs of the great airline until it closed in 1977 and the fortune of its offspring in the East African partner state....

Bundibugyo residents chase away LC election officials

In News Around Uganda, Bundibugyo residents chase away LC elections officials. More News in the bulletin.

Why traffic jam is on the rise in most parts of Kampala

The Handshake explores why traffic jam is on the rise in most parts of Kampala

Police commanders charged with kidnap

Charges include kidnap and illegal possession of fire arms

Bobi Wine clashes with Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu

New Vision TV takes a look at the two men who are packaged into one member of parliament for Kyadondo East.

Kenya Polls: No extension of voting after Saturday

IEBC states that there will be no voting after Saturday.

The art of making a music video

New Vision TV's Music News explores the art of making a music video.

I bought poison to kill my children - cancer victim

Agnes Nayiga, 35, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, she nearly poisoned her two children.

We shall take the age limit money - Lango MPs

Lango Members of Parliament opposed to the removal of the presidential age limit from the constitution said they have no problem getting the money.

Kenya re - election marred with chaos

Police fired teargas at rowdy opposition supporters who tried to set up barricades in front of a polling station.

What next for Kenya after rerun

The repeat polls are at their climax, what next?

Uhuru gets 97% in Uganda

Kenyans in Uganda choose Uhuru. He wins repeat election with 97 percent.

Uhuru casts vote on birthday

Many developments have cropped up in the political scene towards the rerun, so where do they lead Kenya?

Former SA president appeals for peaceful Kenya elections

Mbeki called for observance of rights for persons who want to vote and for them not to be obstructed as the Constitution of Kenya guarantees all citizens...

Low turn out registered in Kenya's repeat polls

Kenyans have started voting in the country’s repeat presidential election.

Lack of lunch pulls pupils out of schools

Several pupils are abandoning schools in Kasese district due to lack of meals during lunch time.

Kenya sits on election bomb

Kenya could be on the brink of a rebellion if Raila Odinga NASA’s top official’s threats are to be taken seriously.

Legislators reject age limit consultation money

Opposition MPs return age limit consultation money.

Kenya Elections worry Ugandan traders

New Vision TV's The Handshake discusses the impact of Kenya Elections towards Ugandan traders.

What went wrong with Naguru estate

New Vision TV looks at the perpetuation of this eyesore on a prime hill standing a stone's throw from the city center.

Refugees overwhelm Police in Arua district

Imvepi refugee settlement in Odupi sub county Arua district is grappling with series of security related challenges. This and more news in the Around Uganda...

SPECIAL REPORT: Negotiating Uganda's first constitution

Our reporter Stephen Senkaaba spoke to Aloysius Darlington Lubowa, one of only two surviving members of Buganda delegation negotiators to the Constitutional...

Odinga sets stage for 2022

As Kenya heads for a October 26th an official of the Jubilee party reveals that Raila Odinga who pulled out of the race is setting stage for 2022.

Vision Group showers love to children

The children were also given different text books and food stuffs by Lions Club of Uganda a private not for profit organization.

Crane bank employees sue DFCU bank

These now want court to compel DFCU bank to pay them a tune of 40 billion shillings as compensation for the damages caused.

Uganda hosts health conference amid Marburg outbreak

As the country waits for the resolutions from this meeting, New Vision TV examines how one can avoid contacting this virus.

Besigye falls victim to prosecutors strike

It is now three weeks since prosecutors and state Attorneys resumed their strike in quest for salary enhancement.

Man arrested over defiling his daughter

Police in Kyotera are holding a 42-year-old man on allegations that he defiled and impregnated his daughter. More news across the country in Around Uganda...

Why Rema’s music videos never disappoint

New Vision TV's Music News has the reasons why Rema is emerging as one with good music videos.

Despite moving long distances, hippos don’t sweat

Most of Uganda’s water bodies are home to these hippos. They spend the whole day cooling their bodies in water.

Bulambuli grapples with bad roads

Businessmen such as food vendors, transporters, boda boda cyclists are finding it hard to deliver their produce to the local markets.

Kagadi school structure shocks MPs

MPs shocked to find pupils studying in dilapidated grass thatched huts News Around Uganda tells stories making headlines across the country.

SPECIAL REPORT: Uganda, Mozambique special bond

Uganda and Mozambique have special ties stretching to the late 1960s

SOMALIA ATTACK: President vows war on Alshabaab

Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has vowed to wage war against Al-Shabaab.

AROUND UGANDA: Daily news across the country

Female miss UPDF recruitment in Mpigi district. Details of this story and more in the news AROUND UGANDA.

Health ministry confirms marburg in Kween district

One person has died of the Marburg Virus Disease, health minister Dr. Ruth Aceng has said.

Kenya Election boss doubts poll rerun

Kenya's polls chief, Wafula Chebukati, has cast doubt on his organisation's ability to hold a credible poll next week.

Food insecurity bites hard in Iganga district

Iganga district remains one of the most hit areas with hunger biting harder all blamed on the massive sugarcane growing rather than food crops.

What it takes to produce a music video

Many musicians want to have perfect music videos. Music News has a re known music producer who gives the tips.

Remembering Lucky Dube's special connection with Uganda

It has come to a decade since South African reggea star Lucky Dube died, felled by a car robber's bullet on October 18th 2007.

AROUND UGANDA: Daily news from across the country

Mityana district leaders support age limit removal. Details and more stories from across Uganda in the bulletin

Will Kenya have elections on October 26th?

With the on going political tension in Kenya, the world wonders whether if the country will conduct its presidential elections on October 26?

Kidepo has the real lion king of the jungle

Lions are social animals and this clearly shows a behavior of a real king.

Kenya tense as poll commissioner quits

Roselyn Akombe one of Kenya's IEBC commissioners quit stating that the upcoming presidential election cannot be credible.

Final decision on Uganda's oil coming

The consortium working on the oil production will be making the final investment decision after December and then it will be all systems go - Muloni

Search for bodies after Somalia attack continues

Several families of persons who were killed on 14th October in Mogadishu are still looking for bodies of their loved ones.

AROUND UGANDA: News from across the country

New Vision TV News AROUND UGANDA profiles stories making headlines in various districts in the country.

Hadija, Uganda's pioneer musician

Hadija Namale is one of the women pioneers of Uganda's music industry and remains the countries greatest female vocalist and composer.

Cost of rabies vaccine bites as dogs run wild

This raises concern over the availability of the rabies vaccine and the cost.

What if Uganda had taken a different path at independence

The Handshake explores what would happen if Uganda had taken a different path at independence.

The struggle to join the UPDF

The UPDF recruitment exercise which kicks off today has seen hundreds express interest in joining the national army.

Do MPs need cash to consult over age limit bill?

New Vision TV examines the likelihood of the taxpayer getting reasonable value from this expense which adds up to some 12 billion shillings.

Journalist among the over 250 killed in Somalia

The National Union of Somali Journalists have confirmed that a journalist, Ali Nur Siyaad, was killed in the Saturday deadly attack in Mogadishu.

Cheetahs can run faster than a car

Cheetahs are known to be the fastest land animals in the world but did you know that their speed can not be compared to that of an auto mobile?

Kenya split on upcoming elections

Kenya is facing challenging times after Raila Odinga's withdraw from the coming presidential election.

CCM may lift term limit for Magufuli

The latest move is coming from Tanzania and should it succeed, Kenya will be the only country in the community where a president cannot rule for more than...

Access to bank loans to get hard

The handshake explains why accessing a bank loan is likely to get hard.

Uganda to plant one million trees

At the launch of 1 million tree planting campaign, different organisations and school children vowed to be ambassadors in planting trees.

The misery of Uganda's ex-presidents

New Vision TV looks at the hazardous life after presidency of a Ugandan

Floods paralyse Kampala city

Traffic in the city was paralysed Tuesday morning due to the heavy morning downpour that caused floods.

Fresh protests break out in Kenya

In Kenya’s capital city Nairobi, thousands have taken to the streets to protest, as Kenyan police throw tear gas at opposition supporters.

Danz Kumapeesa a big loss - Bobi Wine

Danz Kumapeesa's burial ceremony turned chaotic as youth took to pushing and shoving fellow mourners in the crowds.

Why BOU reduced the CBR to 9 5%

BOU has appealed to commercial banks to lower interest rates and increase private sector credit supply to stimulate private sector credit growth and rejuvenate...

UGat55: Uganda's IGPs since Independence

Uganda has had over ten Inspectors General of Police since Independence, some memorable, others forgettable.

Metamorphosis of Uganda's music

Ugandan music has under gone several stage. In this edition we look at how this industry has revolved to date.

Why Vision Group rewarded top teachers

The New Vision awarded 22 teachers under its project, 'Teachers Making a Difference. Here are the reasons that made them outstanding from the rest?

Museveni warns on second colonisation

Uganda’s president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, has expressed concern on possibilities of a second colonisation of African states.

Meet Uganda's first ladies since independence

New Vision TV turns back the clock to revisit most of the better known First Ladies since Independence.

Why Bushenyi hosted the 2017 independence fete

Today, Bushenyi district hosts the 55th independence anniversary. However, there is more to Bushenyi than just politics. So, what makes it special?

Why Bushenyi hosted 2017 independence celebrations

Today, Bushenyi district hosts the 55th independence anniversary. However, there is more to Bushenyi than just politics. So, what makes it special?

55th Uganda Independence Anniversary Celebrations

55th Uganda Independence Celebrations in Bushenyi district

UGat55: When Ugandans started producing their own music

In this episode, we present Ugandans who first produced Ugandan music.

How focus drives Ugandan shoe maker

After failing to get the job he trained for,Joseph Agaba a qualified leather worker invested five hundred thousand shillings in shoe making.

Go through party structures, MPs tell Museveni

NRM MPs have petitioned President Museveni to convene the party’s 14 policy and administrative organs to adopt a common position on the age limit bill...

UGat55:How Congolese music influenced Ugandan music

This is how Ugandan music was influenced by the Congolese music in the early and late 80's.

Challenges of Uganda's Speakers since independence

New Vision TV brings you some of the challenges the Speakers in Independent Ugandan have faced.

UGat55: How Obote outfoxed Muteesa

Buganda lost the referendum badly and the lost counties reverted to Bunyoro kingdom. The split between KY and UPC was sealed and became permanent.

UGat55: The revolution of Ugandan music

Uganda's music has revolved over years. But do you remember the grand fathers of Uganda's music industry?

New Vision reproduces Uganda Argus

Readers of the New Vision will this Friday 6th October be awarded with a free reprinted version of the Uganda Argus as an Independence souvenir!

Age limit bill: Gov't urges MPs to consult people​

Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda said the power belongs to the people and their contribution towards amending the constitution is highly respectable.

Ugandan challenged climate change in 320KMs walk

Ayeni walked 320km from Kampala to Kapchorwa in eastern Uganda in ten days, hoping to inspire people to plant trees.

Pearl of Africa: Uganda's Rothschild giraffe

When fully grown, giraffes measure up to 6 meters in height,the weight goes up to 2,800 pounds but the males weigh more than the females.

How parking fees have increased inflation

The handshake explains how parking fees have increased inflation.

Here is Uganda the man at 55

Imagine Uganda were human and born 55 years ago. What would his story be like?

UGat55: Did Ugandans fight for Independence?

Later, the struggle was joined by enlightened Baganda like Ignatius Musaazi who formed cooperative societies for the peoples economic emancipation.

Kadaga supports seats for elderly

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has thrown her weight behind demand by elderly people being represented in Parliament.

UGat55: Uganda's peaceful transfer of power

But hasn't there been any peaceful change of head of state since 1962?

The interesting lifestyle of an ostrich

In Uganda, Ostriches are found in Kidepo valley National Park. Kidepo is located in the north Eastern part of the country.

The oil and gas industry is growing

The Handshake analyses the growth of the oil and gas industry

Kasenyi residents cry out over insecurity

The murders he has attributed to the area being a hub of criminals and sex workers, promoting drug and alcohol abuse as well as witch-craft.

Doctors trained to handle nerve diseases

There are more than 600 diseases of the nervous system, such as brain tumors, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, stroke among others.

Ugandan bombers go missing

When officials last month flagged off the Bombers for a mission in Azerbeijan, they didn’t know that they would never return.

Why government offices have to use UTL

Why government offices have been asked to use UTL

Are Ugandans getting poorer?

Top audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers covering July to Sept 2017 quarter claim that poverty is deepening with 70% of the people currently vulnerable.

Crack down on substandard bread

A survey by Uganda National Bureau of Standards establishes that some of the bread on the market weighs less than the weight written on the package.

What a Ugandan musician needs in the music industry

A musician in Uganda should consider these in order to fit in the growing music industry.

The oil Vs wildlife dilemma

Environmentalists have mounted pressure on Uganda and DRC gov'ts to stop issuance of oil drilling licenses in protected areas like national parks.

Vision Group health camp underway

Vision Group is providing free health services to the public. Make your way to Railway grounds on Jinja Road.

Understanding elephants in Uganda

According to Tumwesigye, the elephants under captivity must walk for 3 to 4 times a day. This keeps their joints in motion.

What next in Parliament?

After the chaos that ensued in Parliament on Wednesday 27 September 2017, the question remains what next?

Barbie demands for the release of hubby Bobi Wine

Barbie wife to Kyadondo East MP Bobi Wine is demanding for the release of her husband who was forcefully taken out of Parliament chambers.

Parliament after Kadaga suspended MPs

25 MPs have been suspended over misconduct. Kadaga says they will not participate in the next three Parliament sittings.

How politics affects the economy

The handshake discusses how the current political situation is affecting the economy.

Will Bobi Wine replace Besigye?

New Vision TV looks at Bobi Wine's chances of becoming the new opposition flag bearer in the coming elections.

Kenya Gov't withdraws Odinga's security detail

Opposition NASA earlier planned a massive demonstration in the city to force 12 officials of the IEBC to step down.

Age limit unites MPs

The interim chairperson of the group, Monica Amoding woman MP Kumi district told journalists that there are many other MPs who are part of their coalition....

Government abolishes daily parking fees

Daily parking fees abolished.

Germany Election shock

The unexpected entry of a Nazi-leaning political party to Germany Parliament shocked Germans after preliminary results were announced.

Benefiting from the available financial systems

Financial inclusion means that individuals and businesses have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs.

This is why Nigerian music tick

Every country is identified from the kind of music it produces though their are some countries like Uganda that has not yet found its musical sound.

Govt asked to promote sign language

The deaf community has asked government to promote sign language so that they fit in society.

Who is threatening MPs over age limit?

Leader of Opposition Winnie Kiiza appealed to the Speaker to adjourn the House until the members’ felt secure enough to debate.

Pearl of Africa: Meet the Ugandan Kob

The Ugandan Kob is so dear to Ugandans that is why it is featured on the coat of arms.

Pike opens Pike House

Recounting being at the helm of managing the newspaper, Pike recollected his breath taking pursuit for a story in the Luweero Triangle, covering the National...

Where is Government support for arts

While visual artists appreciate the value of marketing in supporting business growth, they say they have been forced to do without it because of the huge...

Police arrest 40, Lukwago seeks apology

Speaking to press in Kampala on Friday, Lukwago said he suffered excessive pain.

Why SMEs need to formalise

The handshake discusses why SMEs need to formalise.

Who is Bobi Wine's Ghetto successor?

Since Bobi Wine left the Ghetto Republic, Kabaaya and Butcherman have been wrestling to succeed him. In this report, we examine the politics of Ghetto...

How the age limit debate started

The age limit debate has been the most heated debate this year, New Vision TV traces its origin to its current status.

Could this be the identity of Ugandan Music?

It is easy to identify the style of music from various countries. But have you ever asked what kind of Music Uganda is identified with?

Here is how you can benefit from NSSF

The handshake explores how you could benefit from NSSF.

Uhuru and Raila Odinga miss meeting IEBC

The stage is set for the final showdown over the lifting of the 75-year-limit for election of president.

Police blocks Makerere university students

The students say they wanted to match to Parliament and present their petition against lifting age limit.

Police deploys in Soroti district over age limit protests

In Soroti district, there are heavy police deploymentssighted at various roundabouts.

Police arrest Lukwago over age limit protests

Police arrested Lukwago from his home as he was preparing to leave in a procession to the city centre to demonstrate against age limit removal.

How quack doctors operate and even rape patients

There are 90,000 registered health workers across the country, but only 60,000 have updated their certificates.

Ugandans, Tanzanians mourn accident victims

Survivors from the accident reported to the media that a truck that developed mechanical problems rammed into their bus killing several.

Mityana pilots new ARV distribution model

It is called the Differentiated Service Delivery Model, where one person picks ARVs and refills them for a group of people in the same community.

Six months after AIGP Kaweesi

After the shocking AIGP Kaweesi's murder, lot was promised in improving the security of the country and we look back to see how much has been achieved....

IEBC to meet Kenyatta and Odinga

Kenya’s election body, IEBC is set to meet presidential candidates Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga tomorrow, Wednesday September 20th.

Will law avail kidneys in North Africa?

Fears that organ donation could break Islamic tenets, as well as fears of many people confusing organ donation with organ trafficking, has been faulted...

Geoffrey Walker starts 260 Kilo meter journey for climate change

Geoffrey Walker Ayeni starts 260 kilometer journey from Kampala to Kapchorwa. Ayeni is walking for climate change.

The state of Ugandan Music

What you should know about the state of Ugandan music.

Pearl of Africa: Ssezibwa Falls

The experience, the atmosphere, the nature, the water, the river, the sounds, the birds, the rocks, and the culture are among so many unique features ...

Why KCCA hiked parking fees

Could this be the reason why KCCA hiked parking fees? The handshake discusses.

Why Kony movie won film of the year

A film depicting Lord’s Resistance Army rebel chief Joseph Kony’s atrocities that won the Best Film award in the Uganda Communication Commission organized...

Uganda at 55: A mixed journey Part 2

How Uganda's economy broke down in pieces.

Museveni softens on land

If the president's proposal is included in the Bill, it is likely to get support from more MPs whether NRM or Opposition

Stories making headlines in Mbarara district

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Geoffrey Walker walks for climate change

Geoffrey Walker for climate change, he will plant trees during breaks

How Africa police chiefs will strengthen continental security

Museveni calls for stronger Africa Police

Pallisa teachers reprimanded for absenteeism

“I want to warn head teachers against taking advantage of their positions and squeeze teachers who differ with them but make rightful submissions and also...

Make Africa Police work - Kayihura

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Should donations from abroad be exempted from tax?

The Handshake discusses taxes levied  on donations from abroad

Rebel MPs recruit anti age limit allies

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NRM MPs finalise age lifting strategy

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

The youth preach against drug abuse

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life.

Uganda @55 - A mixed journey Part 1

New Vision TV

How it begun at JAMAFEST 2017

JAMAFEST 2017 begun with pomp and colour but still some people were not amused.

Trump vows to keep America safe

9/11: Deadliest attack ever on US, killed 2,997

Tackling Parliament work backlog

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Why Banks have turned digital

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Sanitation sensitization through Music

Pupils from various schools in Uganda have used Music, dance and dramas to sensitize people on how to maintain sanitation in their communities.

Thousands wed in Korea Mass Wedding

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Using communal gardens to raise fees

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Here is what JAMAFEST means

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Jamafest 2017 begins

Jamafest 2017 begins in 2017

The handshake: Export development fund

Find details of the Export development fund in the Handshake

Togo term limit protests

Riot police in Togo have fired tear gas at massive crowds gathered in Togo's capital city Lomé during late night Thursday, 8th of September, protesting...

Ugandans embracing business ventures in diaspora

In the recent Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) conference that took place on Friday, September 01, 2017 in Miami, Florida, Rt. Hon. Speaker of...

Vision Group brings Uganda @ 55

The Vision Group is rolling out month long celebrations for Uganda's 55th Independence anniversary that will end on October 9th.

What you need to know about agency banking 

The handshake discusses what you need to know about agency banking

South Africa rape crisis deepens

Public blames Police for not acting fast enough

North Korea celebrates nuclear test

Project has since triggered global condemnation

Today's News Bulletin

Leader of Opposition warns General Salim Saleh against grabbing Kilembe mines. Irene Muloni and Keith Muhakanizi have do not survive her wrath

Saleh warned on Kilembe grabbing

Muhakaniza takes matter to his lawyers

UN pins Burundi on human rights abuse

United Nations investigators have accused Burundi's government of crimes against humanity, including executions and torture, noting that the International...

SA Vice President denies seven women

Admits only one extra marital affair. The 64-year-old businessman is vying to replace President Jacob Zuma, when he steps down as ANC president in December....

Raila Odinga wants all 8 candidates to run

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has set conditions for participating in the poll re-run slated for the 17th of October.

Why Christians kissed Prophet Elvis Mbonye's shoes

While Christians mostly remember Jesus Christ's act of washing his followers' feet, hundreds of Kampala Christians including wealthy socialites did the...

Why are people copying other people's businesses?

Most people are copying other people’s businesses instead of coming up with their own. The handshake discusses this trend.

Gen Mega Dee back on the music scene

Gen. Mega Dee has returned on the scene after years of silence. Joseph Batte analyses the situations behind his disappearance and appearance.

Judicial officers call off strike

The judges believe their concerns have been heard by the executive and that they will resume work while they wait for their concerns to be addressed.

Fistula Hospital underway

Plans are underway to have Uganda set up a specialized hospital to treat the increasing number of women who succumb to fistula.

PEARL OF AFRICA: Kisiizi falls rides on its history

Traditionally, Bakiga girls who would get pregnant before marriage would be thrown down from this cliff. The practice was followed for a long time till...

BUBU faces drug resistance

It is barely a month since the president launched an economic policy he named Buy Uganda Build Uganda (BUBU), where he ordered for an increment of a 12% ...

Diasporans discuss the state of economy

Ugandans met at the 29th UNAA convention

SPECIAL REPORT: World still in shock over death of Princess Diana 20 years later

At the time of Diana, Princess of Wales' death, the Editor in Chief of the New Vision Barbara Kaija was in Britain as a student. She relives the memories...

Will hiking parking fees reduce congestion?

KCCA is taking steps to decongest Kampala and the immediate one has been to hike the parking fees.

Islam and the state of Uganda

While some countries do not celebrate Idd Adhuha with a public holiday, Uganda gives it special attention because it is recognized as an Islamic country....

Sheeba penetrates into the international scene

Joseph Batte discusses Sheeba's penetration into the international scene

Will the hiking of parking fees reduce congestion?

KCCA is taking steps to decongest Kampala with the hiking of parking fees.

What is behind these multi-billion markets?

The Handshake discusses the myth behind multi-billion markets

Final leg for Kenya's Supreme Court

Kenya’s Supreme Court judges started weighing evidence and defence in the election petition filed by the opposition, NASA. The opposition says that the...

Creating cancer awareness through art

A professor from the University of San Francisco, who is also a researcher at the Uganda Cancer Institute, is using fine art pieces, and pictures of those...

Two people die in Elegu floods

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Will the odds favour Cranes for World Cup?

It will be interesting to see whether interim coaches Moses Basena and assistant Fred Kajoba will emulate Micho Sredojevic and adopt the same strategy...

Unregistered SIM cards to be switched off in 24 hours

The 1st deadline was to take place on May 14, but saw an extension to  August 30, after the president called for it.

Odinga's lawyers argue their case against IEBC

Court has also permitted lawyers for Odinga's National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition to have access to the computer servers of the Independent Electoral...

Kamoga's last journey

Sheikh Yunus Kamoga was born in 1952 in Seeta, Butambala district to the late Sheik Yunus Butanaziba.

The Handshake: Role of the Central Bank

Bank of Uganda

Ugandan judges’ strike enters day 3

Today August 29, marks the 3rd day since Ugandan judges started striking demanding  that the highest ranking officer (Chief Justice) earn a monthly pay...

Government to detect pornography

Father Simon Lokodo says committee is made up of 9 members

Evacuations made after flooding in Houston

Emergency services say the priority is on life and safety, as residents have been told to head for high ground or climb onto rooftops not into attics,...

PEARL OF AFRICA: Queen Elizabeth National Park

In 1952 Queen Elizabeth was established as Kazinga National park but two years later, it was renamed to commemorate the visit by Queen Elizabeth II, the...

Justice Owiny Dollo receives warm reception

Owiny was one of the strong brains in the Constituent Assembly

Free car wash

Cars travelling along Archer Road near Jinja Road police station, were treated to a free car wash, after a water pipe near the road side burst, creating...

Economy picking up - BOU

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Uganda's top soccer players to take on Egypt

Uganda and Egypt to face off in World Cup qualifier

Who is Justice Steven Kavuma

In 1998, while he was serving as State Minister for Defense, the public took particular note of Steven Kavuma when he insisted that Lieutenant Colonel...

Government readies for Jamafest 2017

Preparations for Jamafest 2017 are underway.

EC sets date for LCI polls

The electoral Commission has set up dates for LCI elections.

Fire guts Katwe police station houses

Police barracks at Katwe Police station caught fire on Thursday morning leading to loss of property.

Kenya back to normal

Uhuru wins with convincing majority, Odinga rejects result, goes to court

Music review: Are musicians assuming more than they are?

Host: Joseph Batte Guest: Grace Bayiga

Tap into sports personalities

The handshake discusses some of Uganda's top sports personalities.

Ugandans set off to Mecca

30 Ugandans have set off for Hajj in Saudi Arabia. The team joins the 1300 who were facilitated by King Salman bin Abdul aziz Al Saud.

Justice Steven Kavuma replaced

President Yoweri Museveni has appointed Justice Alphonse Owiny Dollo, as the new Deputy Chief Justice, replacing the current deputy Justice Steven Kavuma....

Museveni woos former comrades

The weekend wedding of Arnold Akandinda to Kobusingye Kukunda, son and daughter of bush war fighters John Kazoora and Amanya Mushega respectively brought...

How good or bad one would be as a cab driver

Ernest Bazanye asks Cool People Dumb Questions. And we see how far we can take this nonsense. In this episode, KK of the XZIT on 94.8 XFM tells us how...

The big questions about being a cab driver

Ernest Bazanye asks Cool People Dumb Questions. And we see how far we can take this nonsense. In this episode, KK of the XZIT on 94.8 XFM tells us how...

Advice about underwear and its disposal

In this episode, Anitsha Mirembe of Urban TV's show, Double Trouble has advice about underwear and its disposal

Pearl of Africa: Murchison Falls National Park

Sir Samuel Baker, an ancient European explorer named the falls Murchison Falls after the geologist Roderick Murchison, then president of the Royal Geographical...

Boys make local pads to keep girls in school

Boys in a school in Lira have resorted to making pads from raw materials so that girls do not miss out on classes during their monthly periods.

Bettering Uganda and India ties

The comrades who fell out politically many years ago were civil and polite to each other and as New Vision TV reports the issue of principle that separated...

The theory of tax cuts on small businesses

The handshake discusses why taxes should be cut from small businesses.

Kenya – Rwanda: Dispute vs. Content in recent presidential elections

The East African region has this month, August, witnessed elections in two countries which have produced two different outcomes.

Dealing with 13 pairs of identical twins

Though many say the twins are a blessing to their parents, it is a nightmare for teachers who struggle to differentiate them.

Ghetto kids rise to stardom

Uganda's ghetto kids (a dance group) journey from slums and streets to mega stage performances.

Ghetto kids rise to stardom

Uganda's ghetto kids (a dance group) journey from slums and streets to mega stage performances.

Mudslides death toll rises in Sierra Leone

The death toll is on the rise, in Sierra Leone ​and DR Congo after the severe mudslides burying and killing hundreds on 14th and 16th August 2017 respectively....

Mudslides death toll raise in Sierra Leone

The death toll is on the rise, in Sierra Leone​ and DR Congo after the severe mudslides burying and killing hundreds on 14th and 16th August 2017 respectively....

The life and times of Babirye and Nakato

The elderly twins moved from Burundi and settled in Uganda. One got married and when her husband died, she returned to live with her sister

Will FDC survive the Poa, Muntu battle?

FDC presidential campaigns kick off with Mugisha Muntu and Amuriat at the forefront.

Here is a flashback to last year’s Twins festival

Vision Group celebrates twins every year. Last year 2016, over 500 twins attended. The day was fun filled with twin parades, musical concerts and various...

What next for Kasirye Ggwanga?

Kasirye Gwanga, burnt a multi-million shilling grader that was leveling a plot of land which he says belongs to his daughter at Luwa on Entebbe Road.

A mother who single-handedly raises blind twins

Blind and deaf five-year -old identical twins Bright Tenywa and Herman Waiswa, were abandoned by their father. Their mother single handily raises them....

It is back, it is special, it is the twins festival

On August 20, Sunday Vision will hold a twin’s festival budded Kampala Twins Festival at Kyadondo Rugby in Kampala.

Concern raised over Sierra Leone mudslide crisis

15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.

Uganda gets new cancer machine

The Machine which broke down in April last year was expected earlier this year in June, but had to wait due to delays in getting it into the country. The...

Popular ghetto kids get heroic welcome

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Twins want to set up a maternity centre

The 55 year old twin want to help pregnant women in Uganda by setting up a maternity ward.

Odinga to challenge election results in court

Odinga, lost his fourth bid to become president in the August 8th election won by President Uhuru Kenyatta. He disputed the election results claiming they...

PEARL OF AFRICA: Kidepo Valley national park

Kidepo Valley National Park derives its name from its seasonal river called Kidepo. The word Kidepo in ngakarimojong a local dialect means picking up something...

The handshake: Karuma Dam developments

New Vision TV’s handshake discusses Karuma Dam developments

No word from Odinga yet!

Initially Raila Odinga's decision to announce his next move had been planned Tuesday, however he pushed this back by a day. What will he say?

High quality milk premium price

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

Our father cannot differentiate us - twins

Father of 35-year-old twins cannot tell them apart.

The injury that hurt Usain Bolt's career

Bolt has beaten records to become the fastest sprinter in history, and many were eagerly waiting to see what record he would make on his last competitive...

Uganda police deploys on Kampala Street

This operation is dubbed 'restoration of trade order and sanity' and every street in Kampala has over 10 police officers deployed.

Kenya polls: Police faulted on using excessive force - Report

Kenya police have since refuted such claims faulting protesters had turned rowdy by looting shops, and carrying machetes.

Is Mickie Wine now fighting Bobi's music battles

Since Bobi Wine is a Member of Parliament his young brother Mickie Wine has resorted to fighting his battles. Music News with details

FDC presidential race heats up

One of the candidates, Gen. Mugisha Muntu, started his procession with supporters at Jokas Hotel in Bweyogerere, Wakiso, heading to Najjanankumbi.

What is eating up men's sperm?

Doctors are pinning exposure to metals that contain radiations such as mobile phones, lap tops or exposure to heat above normal temperature.

A twin who gave birth to twins

Mary Anne Babirye gave birth to twins. The twins; Mary Francesca Nyangoma and Mary Assumpta Nyakato had a 7-minute difference. Nyangoma being eldest.

KENYA ELECTIONS: Calm returns to some parts of Kenya

Protests erupted in and around Kisumu, a stronghold of Odinga and also in Nairobi's slum of Mathare. Over 20 people were reported dead including a 9 year...

SPECIAL REPORT: Kenyatta returns home

Uhuru Kenyatta was re-elected president of Kenya on Tuesday August 8, 2017. He was declared winner with 54% after a hotly-contested presidential bid

Why Chameleone is still relevant

Singer Jose Chameleone's music is still popular among Ugandans. Here are the reasons why

Kenyans patiently wait for final presidential results

Kenyans gather at Bomas (the National Tally centre) in Nairobi to wait for the final presidential results

The Handshake:Pipe line flagging off

The Handshake's discussion on Pipe line flagging off

Kenyans, Ugandans react to Kenya's provisional presidential results

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

More blood baths in Kenya

Kenyatta is leading by 53.3%, Odinga 44.8%

Kenya elections were fair - Jubilee party

Raphael Tuju, the secretary-general of Kenyatta's Jubilee party, has urged the opposition to "look at the figures soberly" and accept the results.

Raila Odinga's supporters turn rowdy

Riot police engaged in running battles with the protesters, firing tear gas as several hundred protesters set up barricades, tyres and placed rocks in...

Why Uhuru is leading Kenya polls

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life

KENYA ELECTIONS: It is Uhuru for Kenya

After a night of counting and tallying votes this morning the provisional results showed the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta in the lead. With 7.61m...

Pearl of Africa: River Mpanga

This river traverses the districts of Kabarole, Kyenjojo and Kamwenge and then pours its water into Lake George.​

Uhuru, Raila, who is ready for defeat?

The two leading candidates in the Kenya presidential race are gearing up for a win. However, nobody has said anything in case of a loss.

How Kenyans in Uganda voted

This is how Kenyans in Uganda have voted for a new president.

Music review: War of rhymes among Ugandan artists

War of words in Ugandan music

Kenya polls worry Ugandan traders

Uganda being a landlocked country largely depends on Kenya to import and export goods. Offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it...

The handshake: Diaspora investment trust

Uganda is going to launch a diaspora investment trust to help Ugandans in the diaspora to save

Kenya votes new president

Kenya goes to polls today 08 08 2017 to elect a new president. Offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and...

Here are the 8 battling for Kenya Presidency

Out of the 13 people who had declared interest in running for president in the Kenya elections, only 8 were cleared as five aspirants who failed to meet...

Kenya Elections: EC issues voting procedures

The regulations are clear that the commission will annul results from any polling station that has more than the number of registered voters. This means...

Kenya Elections: Man killed in Nairobi National Park

Reports from the Nairobi, the Kenyan capital city, the man who was mauled was among several herders who could have taken advantage of focus on the election...

How multiple partners lead to Preeclampsia

Experts have hinted on the fact that women who change partners are more likely to experience preeclampsia than women who bear children with one partner....

Music review: Maddox's replacement emerges

Is Sam Waiswa the new Maddox?

Who is Simeo Nsubuga?

New Vision TV unveil more about Nsubuga

Parliament honours Rurangaranga

Members of parliament have paid their respects to the fallen Uganda People's Congress (UPC) party former national chairman Rtd. Maj. Edward Rurangaranga,...

Rwandans in the diaspora cast their vote

General elections slated for Friday August 4, 2017. There are three candidates in the race

Vision Group gears up for twins festival

Happening this August 20, 2017 at Kyadondo Ruby grounds. Gates openat 10am

The secret behind social media Influencers

NewVisionTV's The Handshake has a complete discussion on the secret behind social media influencers

Oulanyah bashes MPs on fighting over age limit

He urged them to “take their drama to the National Theatre.

Taxi drivers on sit down strike

Hundreds of taxi drivers went on sit- down strike Wednesday morning demanding local government to withdraw the intending tax levied on commuter taxis....

Two days to Rwanda's general elections

Rwanda goes to poll on Friday August 4th in an election in which three candidates are in the race for president. This will be the third presidential general...

Iganga prepares to replace Kaudha update

Campaigns start on Saturday August 5 until August 16

State of Kenya after Musando’s death

Musando was murdered days after he went missing.

Highlights in Rurangaranga's life

Family members attribute death in the wee hours of Tuesday 1st August 2017, to diabetes and hypertension complications.

Kenya Elections: August 1, when Nairobi exploded

For long described as an island of peace in a troubled region, Kenya woke up to a bloody coup on the morning of Sunday, August the first, 1982. It took...

Kato Lubwama saves MP Nsubuga from Kyuma

A youth identified as Kyuma kya Yesu jumped on to Hon. Simeo Nsubuga stopping him from greeting the Kabaka (Buganda King). Nsubuga was luckily saved by...

Iganga hospital choking on bills

The hospital has over sh280million arrears. The money is to pay for water and electricity bills.

How much is enough salary pay?

The Handshake discusses how much is enough salary pay

Kenya’s missing ICT manager found dead

Kenya ICT director who went missing on Friday has been found dead. Kenya police says his body and that of an unidentified woman were found in Kiambu and...

Uhuru Kenyatta the man!

You could say that President Uhuru Kenyatta was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, having been raised in State House by his father, founder president...

Moyo town calm after rebel attack

The gunfire that woke up the sleepy Moyo was from Jale town in South Sudan, 2 kms from the Uganda border.

PEARL OF AFRICA: Lake Birinzi

Different from other lakes, Birinzi is home to exotic flora. These enhances the shores giving you the freedom to smell them, take pictures around them...

KENYA ELECTIONS: Ballot papers arrive today

Kenya goes to poll on August 8th in a tight presidential race with Uhuru Kenyata, the incumbent up against opposition leader Raila Odinga, fielded by Jubille...

Marabou Storks on a decrease in Kampala

Marabou Storks birds, commonly referred to as ‘’Kaloli’’ in Uganda, are on the decrease, since 2004.

Kenya’s Presidential battle goes to Nairobi

Kenya goes to poll on August 08, 2017.

Mukono school heads arrested

Mukono Police has arrested two directors and a head teacher of Lorretoh Senior Secondary School. The three have been accused of failure to register candidates...

The Handshake: mobile internet data services

The Handshake discusses the mobile internet data services

Rugumayo heads Kenya poll observers

Kenyans go to polls on August 8 to elect a president.

Millions of people infected with Hepatitis - Report

In Uganda, 3.5 million suffer from Hepatitis, implying that one out of every ten people is suffering from Hepatitis.

Is Raila Odinga destined for betrayal

Raila Odinga is yet again very close to winning Kenya's presidency for the fourth time. But as New Vision TV traces his life and career, the Kenyan politician...

Obote's last day as President of Uganda

New Vision TV revisits Milton Obote's last day as the president of Uganda through the eyes of his former bodyguard. The body guard, who was a member of...

Hundreds eulogise Sam Owori

Mourners eulogise the fallen Rotarian Sam Owori

Who is killing Wakiso women?

In the last two months, over 10 women in Wakiso have been murdered in what looks like a planned serial killing.

KENYA ELECTIONS: Busia business slows down

Business vendors in Busia main market are decrying making merger sales, following the upcoming Kenya elections.

45 athletes set for world university games

Over 45 athletes set for world University games in Taiwan in August 2017.

Indians want to become a Ugandan tribe

Uganda has a community of over 100,000 Indians

Kyambogo University non-teaching staff stage ‘Cry protest’

Today marks 3 days since the strike started

Pearl of Africa: The Equator

A visit to the Equator while in Uganda is an opportunity of a lifetime, if you are not a resident of any of the 13 countries crossed by this imaginary...

Kaweesi murder: Suspects remanded

Case adjourned till August 9, 2017

The Handshake: Pension bill questioned

Why the Pension bill was questioned

Meet Ntende the smart gardener

As it turns out, John Ntende, an engineer and accountant used the internet to do research. From the research, he now practices aquaponics.

Kyambogo support staff protest

They demand equal salary share

Court orders independent medical examination for Kaweesi suspects

THE High Court has ordered the African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (ACTV) to carry out medical examination over claims of...

Race for Kenya presidency heats up

Some opinion polls have put Uhuru Kenyatta ahead by three points while other polls have put Raila Odinga close or higher than Uhuru.

Musambwa Island

Being located in the central region of Uganda, the Baganda tribe, are the most dominate and the name Musambwa means a spirit or a demon.

Land commission resumes hearing

In a press statement released Sunday, Ebert Byenkya the commission’s lead lawyer stated that they have made progress regarding obtaining the resources...

Mothering twins at the age of 23

How Nalongo Nabulondera manages to mother twins at just 23 years.

IMF on Uganda's debt

A discussion on why Uganda's debt is increasing day by day.

Why Kenya elections are too close to call

New Vision TV gives you an analysis on what might affect the voting patterns

Tembeya Salaama bites hard

The furious taxi drivers accused the Police of driving vehicles in bad state, yet they are impounding taxis.

UNEB to start printing examination papers

Uganda National Examinations Board is to start printing exams locally. This was revealed as education minister Janet Museveni who commissioned the web...

KCCA to spend sh1.3b on City Carnival

Festival to run for 3 days from October 6

Uganda's VIP road monsters

New Vision TV looks at the escalating danger paused to pedestrians and other motorists by the use of lead cars and sirens which VIPs use to illegally claim...

No public viewing for Mulindwa’s body

He will be buried Thursday in Lwengo at 4pm

Discussion insurance and informal sector

Catch the discussion on insurance and informal sector

'Children born in violence-prone areas fail Maths'

This research was conducted from over 3,000 schools across the country from October 2016 to March 2017.

Notice from Baylor Uganda

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO REVIEW AND UPDATE THE ADMINSTRATION MANUAL AND STORES MANUAL

Families advised to set up backyard gardens

The office of the prime minister has blamed urban parents for the persistent malnutrition among their children, accusing them of feeding infants on manufactured...

Fika Salama reloaded: More arrested

Police makes more arrests made to curb wrong road users

CNN to broadcast Uganda's scenic beauty

CNN has completed shooting a documentary on Uganda’s scenic beauty in a drive to attract tourist.

Public prosecutors and their salaries

Ugandans have been used to strikes by teachers and medical workers which usually end in a meeting with senior government officials and a promise to pay,...

How to have an oral HIV test

The Oral HIV Self-Testing kit which costs 7USD on open market an equivalent of about 25,000 Uganda shillings has been rolled out by the Ministry of Health...

Why Ugandan musicians must be consistent

Ugandan musicians have failed to adapt to one style of music.

Age limit protestors arrested

Running battles between police and youth commenced as some ran away for their dear life.

Bunyaruguru crater lakes region

Quite a number of activities you can engage in at this crater region. As the locals enjoy cultivating from its fertile soils, tourists always begin with...

Sudhir Ruparelia under the microscope

After emerging from Luzira, Sudhir started rebuilding his business networks, went into property, insurance and finally banking, setting up Crane Bank....

What are CyrptoCurrencies?

NewVisionTV's The Handshake unveils the myth behind CyrptoCurrencies.

Over 2,000 UPDF leave for Somalia

Muhoozi tasked the troops to maintain UPDF’s solid reputation of successful combat operations, and the unwavering commitment to African solidarity

A visit to the Mount Elgon National Park

To get to the park, a tarmac road runs through Jinja to Mbale town at the western base of Mount Elgon, before climbing to Kapchorwa on the mountain's north-western...

Mulago's renovation promises more

The new facilities include a presidential suite

Uganda's 6th investment destination

Uganda's road to investment.

Couple fails to raise sh300,000, lose twins

The twins were to be transported from Mbale hospital to Mulago

Rwanda presidential campaigns start

There are three candidates vying for the seat

The falling standard of Uganda's Music

Here is why music produced by Ugandans is of low standards.

Trachoma hits East Africa

The increasing number of refugees in the East African Countries has led to the outbreak of Trachoma, a notorious eye disease which causes blindness to...

Police explains how it shot at Geoffrey Massa

According to Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Emilian Kayima, the police have opened a General Enquiry File (GEF) to establish the truth behind...

What is the fuss about the age limit

The media is awash with stories on the government mooting an amendment to lift the presidential age limit. However, as it turns out, the public, politicians...

Handshake: New law on SACCOs

New law on SACCOs

How Bobi Wine was welcomed into Parliament

Bobi Wine swears to defend the constitution

Do or die as FDC goes to polls in November

Uganda’s biggest opposition political party will go to polls in November to elect a new president. Who will take on the mantle?

Police arrest drivers without licence

Operations come to Kampala

How a Kenyan acquired land illegally in Luweero

Murunga's mother is said to be Ugandan. He admitted to using a false birth place

Bye bye Kampala's green belts

Buildings eat up Kampala's green belts

Assessors ask court to acquit Muslim cleric murder suspects

In their unanimous opinion, the assessors Ahmed Ddumba, Robert Sseguya Lubega and Judith Muhairwe said prosecution only proved that both Sheikhs Mustafa...

Minister Kyambadde's husband jailed over sh1b debt

Wilson Kyambadde, husband of minister of trade, industry and cooperatives Amelia Kyambadde has been jailed for six months over a sh1.1b judgment debt he...

FDC warns on constitutional amendment

The amendment is not in favour of the opposition

Pearl of Africa: The beauty at the Nile bend

The refreshing waves from the Nile combined with the sound of various bird species that have made this place home make good music for the ears.

Businesses dying with their owners

Ever wondered what happens to businesses when their founders die? The Handshake had a discussion.

Centenary Park demolition starts

The demolition process has started

Rail Odinga out of danger

Kenya’s Opposition presidential candidate Rail Amolo Odinga is out of danger after he was reported ill yesterday, Sunday July 9th.

DP bids farewell to its fore fathers

Late last year, the party lost its secretary general Mathias Nsubuga.

Public reacts to dress code directive

In this report, we show you how people were dressed, and how the public reacted to the government ban on public officials dress code

Pearl of Africa: Itanda falls

You would meander through the road, thickets and like a treasure, it will take determination and courage to get to Itanda falls. However, once you are...

What does lifting presidential age limit mean?

Several people would benefit.

Ssebaana’s burial arrangements update

Burial arrangements for the late John Kizito Ssebaana released

Ssebaana: a politician or businessman?

New Vision TV tries to establish who was stronger between Ssebaana the politician or the Ssebaana the businessman.

Ahuura's audio gets him a gig in Queen of Katwe

Andrew Ahuura managed to get a deal to produce a sound segment in Queen of Katwe

The handshake: shilling stabilizes

The Ugandan shilling has been stabilizing for a while.

Politicians mourn Ssebaana

Veteran politician and businessman Ssebaana Kizito breathes his last.

Economy to grow - IMF

New Vision TV's The handshake discusses the country's economic state.

Uganda to get six extra MPs

New Vision TV looks at the cost implications of this development.

Andre Ahuura's road to audio production

Uganda's big names in audio production. Details in New Vision's TV music reviews

Bobi Wine unveils his vision for Kyadondo

I am going to unite the people of Kyadondo East - Robert Kyagulanyi MP Elect Kyadondo East Constituency

Kyadondo East elections underway

Various polling stations have received a huge turnout of voters

PEARL OF AFRICA : Uganda Wildlife Education Centre

The UWEC Executive director James Musinguzi hopes to make more innovations to have the zoo compete with other world class zoos.

The life of Maria Mutagamba

Maria Mutagamba made a low-key entry into politics and first came to prominence in 1996 when she led the spirited presidential campaign machine of Dr Paul...

The handshake: invest in capital markets

Is it worthy to invest in capital markets? The Handshake discusses.

Handshake report, what next?

Akol breached the law

Should I marry my brother-in-law?

I think I love him too but how will our relatives react?

What makes Entebbe Zoo great?

New Vision TV has been to Entebbe to see what really enabled UWEC to get (PAAZA) championship award recognition.

Best farmers to acquire more skills

They're expected to learn from Dutch skilled farmers

Pearl of Africa - River Nile

The Nile River, considered the longest river in the world, is about 6,853km long.

Flight Captain Yoti killed by his car

He might have loved his car very much, but it has turned and ended his life.

Special Report: Ugandans choose Court

Ugandans have witnessed an increasing number of petitions being taken to court in the public interest.

Highlights in Tinyinondi’s life

New Vision TV brings the major highlights in the life of this judicial officer who served for over 50 years.

The handshake: Youth livelihood program

The handshake looks at the money given to the youth and why it is considered as a bad debt.

Are taxis phasing out of the city?

There are also plans to encourage people working in Kampala to use bicycles to and from work. But this will come when all the roads are paved, something...

Are taxis phasing out of the city?

There are also plans to encourage people working in Kampala to use bicycles to and from work. But this will come when all the roads are paved, something...

Famine bites hard Kanungu district residents

Nelson Natukunda, the Local Council (LC) III chairman in Kanungu district says many parents have abandoned their children and most schools are almost being...

More refugees come in from Congo

The number of refugees increases every day

APAA conflict not tribal - Acholi

Eight dead, hundreds displaced since Wednesday

Financing the 2017-18 Budget

Gov't to borrow sh7 trillion from outside

The handshake: Retirement benefits blown

NSSF says 80% of the members finish their money within two years

Lake Kyaninga

Even though it digs deep in the soils of fort Portal town, Lake Kyaninga has the cleanest water compared to other volcanic crater lakes in the region....

Battling battering women

New Vision TV has been following renewed efforts to combat battering women in Uganda.

The handshake discusses 2017/18 budget situation

An insight in the state of the 2017/18 budget

The jerrycan and the pilgrimage

Have you ever wondered what the jerrycan goes through during the Martyrs Day celebrations? New Vision TV explains the mystery of the jerrycan.

The Ivan Ssemwanga you thought you knew

New Vision TV’s investigation reveal Ivan Ssemwanga’s wealth originated from a web of fraudulent deals

State of the nation 2017

New Vision TV examines some of these concerns.

Ugandans expectations on the budget

Ugandan demand the reduction on fuel prices, basic needs and food stuffs as they await the reading of the budget.

The little known female martyr

Princess Nalumansi was clobbered on the head

More pilgrims arrive at Namugongo

They expect blessings from the Martyrs

Poverty killing gold miners

Although an increasing number of Ugandans including women and children are rushing into new gold mines hoping to hit a jackpot, many spend long hours daily...

First Lady eulogizes Mukiibi

The First Lady and minister of Education and Sports, Janet Kataha Museveni says the late Lawrence Mukiibi proprietors of St. Lawrence schools was patriotic...

Parliament passes 2017/18 Budget

Parliament is set to pass the 2017/2018 budget worth sh29 trillion

Budget 2017/2018: Agriculture sector III

The Budget for agriculture this year is going to be about sh883b or about 3.3% of the total budget.

Hoima pilgrims advance on Kampala

Hoima pilgrims leading this year's celebrations

Budget review 2017/18: Agriculture sector II

The Budget for agriculture this year is going to be about sh883b or about 3.3% of the total budget.

West Lango diocese start journey to Namugongo

West Lango diocese pilgrims have Monday morning embarked on their journey to Namugongo ahead of Martyrs day celebrations

Mwanga the infrastructure genius

He designed waterway to connect Mengo to Munyonyo. The king dag with hands, royals joined

Hundreds attend Semwanga's funeral service

He will be buried in Kayunga tomorrow

Documentary: The Uganda Martyrs shrines

The Uganda martyrs’ shrines after the visit of Pope Francis in 2015

Mwanga, king who killed Uganda martyrs

King Mwanga ascended to the throne aged only 16

Mwanga, King who killed the martyrs

Kabaka Mwanga ascended to the throne aged only 16

Pilgrims arrive at Namugongo

Kabaka Mwanga ascended to the throne aged only 16

Namugongo ready for 3 million pilgrims

Church acquired Namugongo site in 1923

Namugongo pilgrims soldier on

Uganda Martyrs were marched to Namugongo for burning

How malaria affects the economy

The HANDSHAKE looks at how Malaria affects Uganda's economy

Shifah Musisi: The singing fashionsta

This episode discusses the rise of Shifah Musisi a Ugandan musician.

Reservations after sim card registration

We were disconnected even when we had registered

Nyanzi's Makerere supporters denied bail

Stella Nyanzi supporters from Makerere University have been denied bail yet exams are a few days to go.

Pearl of Africa: Lake Kijjanebarola

The lake found in Rakai district is believed to have formed its self

Why Uganda is back to borrowing

New Vision TV examines and the reasons, benefits and implications of this change.

Mzee Byanyima to be given State funeral

The late will be buried on Sunday

Tears as Kaweesi murder suspects appear in court

A suspect's father almost fainted on a scribe's question. A journalist asked how his life's been since his son's arrest

Trade minister Kyambadde on sugar crisis

She says Prolonged drought reduced tonnage per acre as many plantations were hit by fire outbreaks.

Public smokers to be arrested

Anybody found smoking in public from today will be arrested that is if the court ruling is respected to the letter. SHOW MORE

Mzee Byanyima didn't vote for me - Besigye

Byanyima was a devoted DP member

Special Report: 60 days after Kaweesi

New Vision TV looks at the developments since the unprecedented murder that shocked the nation.

KCCA locks up Zai Plaza

The land lord hasn't paid ground rent to KCCA

Pearl of Africa: Kitagata Hot Springs

In the western region of Uganda lies the natural Kitagata hot springs. The hot springs are located in Sheema District . Here is New Vision TV's Pearl Of...

Scuffle as police arrest a mad man

He was throwing stones at vehicles parked on the road side

Sixty days after Kaweesi

SIM card re-registration ordered, procurement of CCTV fast tracked

Woman kills co-wife's child, runs away

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Besigye arrested in Isingiro

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Faces of Uganda's transactional politics

We trace the origin of transactional politics and its changing face in modern times

Baby abandoned at Mukono Church

The unidentified baby boy is 1 to 2 years

Stella Nyanzi after a month in Jail

Food prices have risen while she was away

THE HANDSHAKE: Nuclear energy plant

The government of Uganda has partnered with China to build a nuclear energy plant

Kayihura, Uganda's longest serving IGP

IGP Kale Kayihura presided over expansion of Police

Lake Bunyonyi’s amazing 29 islands

Lake Bunyonyi lies in the south western part of Uganda in districts of Kabale and Kisoro

Pearl of Africa: Sipi falls

A tour at Sipi falls is a package of all the adventure you look forward to in Uganda. To begin with, is the stunning beauty that looms around the modification...

State of Uganda's press freedom

Press freedom day this year was celebrated in the most bizarre manner, New Vision TV examines the state of press freedom in Uganda.

MPs hefty allowances

MPs are asking for more allowances to cater for their lunch, transport, among others.

Alcohol consumption in Uganda

Over the recent years drinking alcohol and gambling preoccupies many to the extent of breaking families and jeopardizing their work.

PEARL OF AFRICA: Rwenzori Mountain

The Rwenzori Mountains reach heights up to 5,109 metres (16,762 ft).

The state of labour in Uganda

Uganda's minister in charge of labour may not officiate at the national celebrations in Pallisa because he is facing criminal charges, he was accused of...

Pearl of Africa: Kagubala rocks

The rocks have interesting shapes which have attracted masses from various parts of the world to look at them. Let us also have a look.

Pastor Aloysius Bugingo and bible burning

New Vision TV brings you more about the controversial preacher

The handshake: Buy Uganda build Uganda

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Life goes mobile in Uganda

From 40,000 phones to 22,000,000 in 20 years

River Katonga changed direction over the years

Pearl of Africa: River Katonga

Sports insights

Sports insights with Samuel Sanya

How Amin's dream on economy became a nightmare

Former president Idi Amin Dada dreamt that the economy would be better if it was in the hands of Ugandans, not Asians.

Kabaka's Lake: Largest man-made lake

Kabaka's Lake is the largest man-made lake in Uganda, located in Rubaga division, Kampala.

Amin and religion

All religions except three were banned

The handshake: SIM card re-registration

A lot of things will become so much easier with SIM verification

Disappearances during Amin's regime

First victims were Acholi and Langi soldiers

SIM card registration deadline

Some Ugandans have opted to challenge the ultimatum

NTBs hit East African women hard

Sex harassment high at Congo border

How Tanzania's economy fell after ousting Amin

Tanzania spent a lot of money to fund the war against Amin, that the country's economy fell. Julius Nyerere had to step aside shortly after.

Why Amin lost the war despite having good weapons

It puzzles military analysts as to why former president Idi Amin Dada lost the war to Tanzania forces, yet he had got new weapons.

Encroachers evicted on Nshaara ranch

Over 50 people have been arrested

The handshake: Making the best of SACCOs

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Confusion and hope as Amin flees

Cabinet was lean, Museveni was in Defence

Euphoria of Amin's fall

Massive looting, free sugar as Amini fell

The handshake: Are mobile money loans the future?

Are mobile money loans the future?

Pearl of Africa-Lake Nabugabo

It is a fresh water lake found in Masaka district

The handshake: 2017/18 Budget

Why tax cuts

How Amin played into Nyerere's hands

Tomorrow will be 38 years since former president Idi Amin Dada was overthrown by a combined force of Tanzania army and Ugandan exiles.

New Vision TV: Weekly sports roundup

Insights in your local and international sports news

Is Cheeye a Saul turned Paul?

Cheeye is 60years; 7 of them spent in prison

The handshake: 2017/2018 Budget situation

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The Nambooze-Mao conflict

NRM has given top DPs jobs

Stella Nyanzi for politics?

Nyanzi no longer earns from conferences

The handshake: declaring your wealth

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Musisi's term ends, will she seek a third term?

KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi's second term ends on April 14, 2017, will she seek another term in office?

Behind the politics of sanitary pads

After President Yoweri Museveni announced, during campaigns, that Government would provide sanitary pads to girls, the issue has become contentious.

What attracts flamingos to Uganda?

These birds come to Lake Munyanyange, in Kasese, western Uganda, between October and April. They prefer the lake because it is saline.

The handshake: Do we need CCTV cameras?

The handshake, do we need CCTV cameras?

Kony's top man returns to Uganda

Omona was abducted at the age of 10 in 1994

Senior Police officer dies in accident

Moses Ocitia was returning home after dropping off a friend in Entebbe. He rammed into an oncoming vehicle during the morning downpour at 3:00am.

Happening today

Kenya to read budget

Unregistered sim cards to be switched off tonight

Decision was made to curb crime through

The handshake: Land probe

Land issues

Assessing Uganda’s tourism fortunes

Tourism tops country' foreign earnings

45 Ugandans in US get dual citizenship

“We have had issues in applying for dual citizenship; E-visa and other services from internal affairs ministry. E-visa/ passport renewal and dual citizenship...

Man steals from mosque, gets corpse treatment

The man is accused of stealing jeneza, which he was taking for scrap

How Uganda became athletics hub

Uganda last weekend hosted over 60 countries in the cross country competition held at Kololo Airstrip.

Guns lost during Kasese clashes recovered

The guns which were lost during the clashes when the Obusinga royal guards engaged the security have been recovered. They had been hidden at a clinic

Happening today

Matthew and Joseph Kanyamunyu, together with Cynthia Munwangari are appearing in court for their bail hearing session.

Police to probe self-confessed Kaweesi killers

The New Police spokesperson Asan Kasingye said they will probe those claiming to have killed Kaweesi. This was his maiden speech after he took office....

How floods swallowed Kampala roads

An afternoon downpour caused a heavy traffic jam as the floods swallowed many roads. Most affected areas included Kyambogo,Jinja Road and Lugogo.

A love that dares, new space at Afriart gallery

Joseph Ntensibe uses his highly intricate designs to tickle our brains. While he presents three paintings at this exhibition.

The jinx in Uganda's security system

There seems to be magic in the number 4 and 0s as far as Uganda's security is concerned.

Who is AIGP Asan Kasingye?

AIGP Asan Kasingye replaced the slain AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi as the Police spokesperson

How corrupt is Uganda Police?

President fed up with inaction

Will sh400b cameras improve security?

President Yoweri Museveni ordered for the purchase of cameras worth sh400b following the murder of AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

Annet Kaweesi to undergo operation on Wednesday

The operation was already scheduled to take place by the time her husband was killed.

Museveni orders Kayihura to clean the police

This was during the prayers for Kaweesi

Public security after Kaweesi's murder

President Museveni promises to install secuirty cameras on highways and towns

Breast feeding levels satisfactory

66% babies below 6 months breastfed exclusively

Who is Andrew Felix Kaweesi?

In a space of four years,between 2007 and 2011, he rose from the rank of senior superintendent of police to the third highest rank in the Police.

Somali army can contain Al Shabab

AMISOM pledges support in case of problems

More Ugandans go for registry wedding

Weddings can be done at other gazetted venues

Business registration gathers momentum

250,000 limited businesses registered

Uganda’s first health minister clocks 101 years

Dr. Emmanuel Lumu spearheaded building district hospitals

Constitutional Square re-opened but...

Walk to work demonstration led to lasting police occupation

Mozambique truce extended by two months

The move prolongs a truce that Renamo fighters announced unilaterally the day before Christmas last year. It has been observed with only minor breaches,...

Could Maumbe’s death lead to end of an era in Mbale?

Museveni escaped death at Jack Maumbe Mukhwana’s house in Mbale

Suggestive musical innuendo

Will provocative words save music?

Vision Group rewards cool farmers

13 winners out of 1,450 participants

OPEC loan to develop vocational institutes

Total project cost will be $16.3 million

Lord Mayor Lukwago in Park Yard fracas

The traders in the Park yard, near Nakivubo Stadium are protesting their eviction after Kampala minister Beti Kamya said they should go

216 Ugandan infants die, forgotten daily

Some 39,000 die before 1st birthday

Over 200 Ugandan babies die daily

Reports indicate that there are over 40,000 stillbirths every year in Uganda

Why foreigners prefer Uganda for vacation

Uganda has been names as one of the prime destinations for tourists across the world

Will the new $24m loan boost education sector?

Uganda has borrowed $24m, despite its public debt being a staggering $8.5b

Valentines no more

When one you used to love is no longer your valentine

Is Kigongo losing grip on NRM?

NRM MPs were chaotic during the selection for EALA nominees at State House Entebbe despite appeals by vice-chairman Moses Kigongo

TVO-Mwenda skirmishes intensify

TVO, a cyber personality was off Facebook after Mwenda reported that he had got him

URA official got sh29m for photocopy

The probe discovered that a URA official was given sh29m for photocopying documents beyond his working hours

Lumumba apologises for EALA polls chaos

NRM finally picked nominees for the EALA after the Tuesday chaos, which forced the party leadership to postpone voting

Chaos at State House as NRM picks EALA candidates

It is said that most MPs voted seven candidates instead of six they were supposed to vote

Will Ugandans take enough coffee?

Coffee shops in Kampala are growing at a fast rate

Sudhir's tenants protest rent

The tenants accused the management of charging exorbitant fees

Paying school fees through the nose

Reports indicate that schools make up to 700% profit on uniform alone

Tarehe sita:The road to Kabamba

Pioneers assembled in Makindye

How did Amina lose the AU top job?

Kenya secretary for foreign affairs Amina Mohammed accuses neighbouring countries of not supporting her bid

Crimes of passion that have rocked the country

Over the years, the country has been rocked by the crimes of passion. Cases involving Godi, Nkurungira and Uwera Nsenga are some of the examples

Policeman wrote a will before killing wife, self

A Police officer, Sabiiti, who killed his wife before shooting himself wrote a will two days before the incident

How 16 perished in road accident on Jinja highway

Sixteen people died yesterday when a commuter taxi and trailer collided near Najjembe on Kampala-Jinja highway

Has Museveni gone back to NRM's broad-basedness?

Museveni has recently appointed opposition politicians as ministers and envoys akin to the broad-based approach at the start of his regime in 1986

Bagyenda appears in court over lover's death

ISO boss' son Brian Bagyenda is accused of murdering his girlfriend Enid Twijukye

Happening today

This is a summary of the stories you should not miss today

Museveni’s interesting ambassadors

Former defence minister now reports to a PS

Rugunda promises on electoral reforms

The Government has set up a commission to review electoral laws

Kyabazinga named envoy in new reshuffle

The President has named Busoga king an envoy and sent former defence minister Crispus Kiyonga as envoy to China

When Ugandans support a handshake

Although Ugandans have opposed the presidential handshake on oil, they have always supported such handshakes extended to exceptional personalties

Happening today

These are the major stories that will happen throughout the day

Stop wasteful foreign travels - Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has directed the Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, to prevail upon officials who are wasting money on foreign trips

Mandela daughter here for charity

She will be in Uganda for about a week, in which she will also visit Jinja, Mandela National Stadium and Namugongo Martyrs’ Shrine in Wakiso district....

Prisoners cry for justice

Many prisoners are not able to appear in court because the courts are very far from where they are imprisoned

I will not come back to court - Besigye

Former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye today appeared in court in Nakawa and hearing of his case was set for February 27.

Prisons losing land to grabbers

A lot of Prison land has been either grabbed by individuals or given out by the land board to private developers

MPs start probe into sh6b bonus

MPs are probing the sh6b that was given to some government officials after winning the oil case.

Friendship taxi drivers on strike

The drivers are decrying exorbitant fees

Tito Okello- The reluctant General

On Saturday his family is holding a memorial service for him at his ancestral home

Beti Kamya shoeless proposal

Kamya made the no-shoe call on New Year's Day

New Vision TV: Centurion weds 90-year-old 'girl'

Mzee Erach promoted cooperatives in Lango

Kadaga vs Kavuma: Who will blink first?

The speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has closed Parliament indefinitely over deputy chief justice Steven Kavuma’s order on ‘presidential handshake’....

Steven Kavuma petitioner sued

Petitioners want Eric Sabiti disciplined, order vacated

Gen. Katumba Wamala's journey since 1979

Former Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) Chief Gen. Katumba Wamala joined the army at the fall of Idi Amin’s regime in 1979

Muslim cleric’s case resumes

More witnesses expected to testify

Kanyamunyu: Akena relatives force Byanyima out of court

Irked Akena relatives have forced Byanyima to exit court via the back door

Kadaga supports honouring Onyango

FIFA referee Tomusange and Inzikuru were the first to be recognised

Muslims sob over mosque raids by Police

The want Kayihura to apologize to Nakasero

Onyango scoops African player of the year award

Uganda Cranes named best team of the continent

When bankers turn into thugs

Poor ethics, low pay driving bankers into crime

More complaints as Kamya tours Bus parks

Casual labourers want buses back down town

Muslim murder suspects released at night

Four still in Nalufenya prison over murder of clerics

"Amateurish Kamya is playing with fire"

Lukwago on Kamya's letter blocking his sh563m in salary arrears

Pr. Sserwadda to men: undergo vasectomy

Dr. Joseph Sserwadda of the Born Again Church has called upon Government to introduce a national policy that will force all men to have Vasectomy as soon...

Police in bid to curb terrorism

The Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura believes the country must be prepared to prevent any terror attacks.

Ten most popular Ugandans of 2016

Andrew Mwende, Mathew Kanyamunyu, Macdusman Kabega, Christopher Aine, Margaret Muhanga, Stella Nyanzi, Sudhir Ruparelia, Kato Lubwama, Denis Onyango,...

New guidelines for New Year celebrations

As Ugandans prepare to celebrate the highly anticipated New Year, the Inspector General of Police, General Kale Kayihura has released a number of stringent...

More maternal deaths expected in 2017

Extra 250, 000 pregnancies expected in 2017

37 babies born in Kampala

On this year's Christmas Day, a total of 37 babies were born in the hospitals of Mulago, Nsambya and Kibuli.

Busia takes cholera fight to the people

Busia goes to war with cholera.

Hardest Christmas in 29 years

Christmas season is marred with poverty and high prices, the shilling has deteriorated sharply in recent months driving prices up in this import dominated...

Trump confirmed as 45th US president

Electoral colleges seals Trump election

Can LCs be elected in January?

There are 60,000 LC1s & 7,000 LC2s

Sheebah most successful artist 2106 - artists

2016 has surely been a year of concerts and as we come to the end of it, artists have given credit to Sheebah Karungi, saying her 'Nkwatako' concert was...

Fun Factory ends year with a bang at 5 Star madness

The much-anticipated event dubbed ‘5 Star Madness’ was well attended by top city comedy enthusiasts and comedians who thronged the venue by 6:00pm

Mess in Uganda's real estate sector

'Nkuba Kyeyos' are common victims of real state dealers

Santa Claus vs Jesus Christ

No doubt that for many growing up, Father Christmas was seen as Christmas blessings and indeed gifts would be shared even before the actual day of the...

Uganda to absorb $6.7b for oil investments

Refinery to spur petrochemical industries

Cheeye to revive Uganda Confidential

Teddy Seezi Cheeye was publisher of Uganda Confidential. Was jailed over Global Fund cash

68% Ugandans want term limits restored

68% of the Ugandans have expressed the need for amendment of the constitution to restore the presidential term limits.

Can Byanyima become president?

She needs to overcome her husband first

Parallels in Muteesa and Mumbere's arrests

Some superficial analysts are trying to draw parallel lines between the 1966 attacks on the Buganda King’s palace by Col. Iddi Amin Dada and the 2016 storming...

Hepatitis B victims committing suicide

"People have been misinformed about the disease. When they are told that they have the virus that causes the disease, others commit suicide...

Ghana votes in tight election amid economic slump

Once praised by US President Barack Obama for its peaceful transfers of power, Ghana has come under fire amid reports of voter intimidation and questions...

Famine biting hard in Teso

As famine continues to ravage areas in Teso sub-region, the most affected is the education sector.

UN recognises Uganda's Madi dance

Dance depends on endangered plant and animal material

Affordable housing still a pipe dream in Uganda

People’s income far below mortgage requirements

We demand for the release of Membere - Mao

Democratic Party president, Norbert Mao has called for arrest of army and police commanders who ordered the Kasese shooting

Gov't, Rwenzori MPs clash

This was after General. Jeje Odongo presented the government's statement on Kasese

Hunger to worsen HIV epidemic

Patients cannot take ARVs when hungry

Ugandan minister's Trump-bashing untimely?

Cheptoris was addressing a COP meet in Morocco

Bugembe health centre in sorry state

The sanitation of Bugembe health centre IV is worrying

New MPs elected in Somalia

As peace returns to Somalia because of the AMISOM efforts 8 MPs were elected to the lower house of Somalia.

Why govt pays billions in funny claims

Political interference affects DPP’S performance

Uganda strikes gold in Sudan, Congo

Refugees cash transfers go into local economy

Final day for Clinton (45%) and Trump (44%)

Clinton, Trump close in on final day; Uganda doctors rescue Somalis

Ugandan doctors make Somalis smile

Final day for Clinton, Trump; Ugandan doctors rescue Somalis; Dolwe, the biggest island in Uganda

Parliament pays tribute to Maj. Gen. Oketta

The body of fallen UPDF officer Julius Oketta lies in state at Parliament

Is social media being used to cheat exams?

Uganda Communications Commission says some people are using whatsapp to try to cheat exams

Boys to men

The imbalu season sees many boys turning into men

Why President Museveni carried jerry cans of water

Pictures of the president carrying jerrycans surprised and amused many people. Here is what motivated the president in doing this

Uganda Police's 110 years journey

The Uganda police was established in 1906 to entrench and protect the colonial administration.

Behind Lwera sand mining scandal.

Sand is used in making toothpaste, computers, mobile phones, detergents and glass.

Will Nabikolo get out of Chibita’s net?

Kato Kajubi is one of the victims of the thorough net.

Heart disease ravages Uganda

Heart attacks were first heard in 1978 when the pope died. Ugandans spent a decade on diet without sugar. People are advised to watch their health

Exam Fraud tricks

We demonstrate some of the cheating tactics schools use. Invigilators should be keen while supervising.

Kamya shuns KCCA meeting

Resolution to have roads gazetted for evening markets reached. However, Kamya had earlier passed a directive to evict vendors

Cash boost for Uganda's performing artists

Cash already available in Gender ministry

What is creating conflict in the Rwenzori.

Analysts say the proliferation of kingdoms and chiefdoms is a struggle for control of land in the fertile region.

How Nalwanga got the starring role in Queen of Katwe

The role of Phiona Mutesi was never meant for Madina Nalwanga. The director Mira Nair hoped for a bubbly girl

Food prices to shoot up

Bank of Uganda warns markets will double food prices soon

Cry for water for all

Women activists carried out peaceful walk to NWSC HQs

Vendors' fate in Balance

Tension among vendors was high this morning in down town Kampala after arcade traders gave them an ultimatum to vacate streets

RUGBY: Pirates beat Kobs to reach finals

Uganda Cup finals to be held on October 22

Leah Kagasa crowned Miss Uganda 2016/17

She beat other 20 contestants from other regions of the country

Fight against corruption

Inspectorate of Gov't special Investigations Directorate launched

Introducing Madinah Nalwanga the Queen of Katwe star

Nalwanga will also be giving us the insight on her childhood life and how she got the role of Phiona Mutesi in the movie Queen of Katwe.

Reviving Uganda Airlines

Museveni announced the revival of Uganda Airlines during the Independence Day celebrations on October 09, 2016.

CoU to launch 'Kido' project

Among others, church plans to set up its first commercial bank

Besigye threatens to skip Court

Case continues to fail to commence due to lack of evidence

Teachers making a difference II

Deborah Alibu lobbied for NGOs funds to keep girls in school

PAC visits Jinja Hospital

Committee finds expired drugs in hospital's stores

Jinja Road accident

Three vehicles including a Police truck got involved in an accident

DP's 62nd anniversary

Celebrations set for Friday in Katabi Sub-County, Wakiso

Uganda Police Force woes

The force is faced with a huge manpower gap-Jeje Ondongo

Fight against cancer

Church of Uganda's Rev. Canon Diana Nkesiga joins cancer fight

Women demand land rights

Over 5000 women to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro over land rights

FDC reacts to arrests

We're not about to give up on our fight for good governance - Muntu

Besigye's call for dialogue

Col. Kizza Besigye

Besigye open to dialogue

Rdt. Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye finally agrees to dialogue with gov't

Uganda's armies since Independence

The military has always played a central role in Uganda's state of affairs, sometimes negatively and for eight years, it directly ruled the country.

Boosting agriculture production

UNBS, Ministry of Agriculture sign MoU to curb fake seeds

Fight against HIV/AIDS

MoH is set to roll out a test and treat policy next year

Coke studio is back

Coke studio season 4 kicks off this Saturday under the theme: Discover

Communications Amendment Bill 2016 raises eyebrows

Media practitioners don't see the agency

Accessing NSSF savings

By law, only people above 55 can get their savings

The men who have ruled Uganda

As Uganda prepares to mark 54 years of Independence this Sunday, we look back at the men who have ruled this country and how they went about their terms...

We can read and write - Teachers

Teachers fire back at NAPE over findings stating that they can't read and write

Besigye returns

Besigye touched down at 8:10am, aboard Kenya Airways

Police Day Celebration

Police gathered at Kololo Independence ground to celebrate 102 years

Besigye procession

Besigye criticized the manner in which he was handled

Museveni explains World Bank loan suspension

President Museveni quotes UNRA looting to partially explain World Bank’s action

Entebbe's big return

Sebaggala also made a big return from prison in America

School opening pressure- is it worth it?

Most pupils are neither literate nor numerate after Primary school

11 decades of policing

Uganda Police was set up in 1906 with 1,400 men

New Police units: Will this mark the end of unipots?

Police officers to get modern accommodation

Tumwebaze warns against pornographic material

Media houses warned against airing pornographic content

Matembe rejects award

Parliament in conjunction with Presidential awards committee has decorated over 1000 legislators who have served in the House since Independence

MPs and their cars

MPs to get cars

USAFI market woes

Mother of four blames KCCA for destroying her business

Schools to teach Chinese

Chinese key language in the business world

World Bank cuts loans to Uganda

The World Bank has cut loans to Uganda. However the country has appealed over the cut.

Mukono land wrangles

Locals fight church leaders over illegal land evictions. Church leaders insist the land belongs to the church

Early childhood development

About sh1.2 trillion has been set aside to implement policy

Bukoba after the quake

Response to the 5.7 magnitude earthquake is still slow

How youth have used piglets in demonstration

On many occasions, the demonstrators have brought pigs at Parliament with placards or painted with colours of the political parties represented in Parliament....

Kampala City festival is back

The festival to last two days this time around

Reviewing the Queen of Katwe

The movie is based on the life of Phiona Mutesi, a Ugandan girl who found hope and a remarkable gift in playing chess.

Man killed in quarry

Residents blame police for not helping to retrieve the bodies

Early childhood policy launched

The policy will address emotional, physical & social child development

Museveni's first 100 days

Report dubbed Museveni's first 100 days unveiled by NGO Forum

Power theft in Bugisu

Bugisu region tops the list of power theft

Women demand again

Women activists vow not to rest until their demands are met

Earning from animal blood

Apala and Otyeno wake up to search for animal blood every day

Betting rules tightened

Game centres to pay sh50m in taxes; restrict entry to minors

FDC officials arrested at Congo Embassy in Kampala

FDC officials arrested at Congo Embassy in Kampala

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Suspect fails to leave scene of crime

A suspected thief in Kalungu district went into a fellow resident’s banana plantation, cut the banana tree, but failed to remove the bunch. He reportedly...

Remand home runs short of money, threatens to stop receiving children

When contacted, Jackson Omona, Kitgum LC5 chairman said he cannot respond to this issue since he is still in Kampala for a meeting.

Dad dumped me at the airport

“People who cannot take care of children should not give birth,” these are the not so kind words of a five year-old boy, Mahad, who was dumped by his father...

Is Irene Ntale playing new tricks?

Family says the star was born with a terrible temper. Said to be breaking ranks with the Muyenga-based Swangz Avenue

Is patient detention legal?

40-year-old patient detained at IHK for defaulting on medical bills

Mabirizi versus Kabaka

The Muganda who dragged Kabaka to court

Odama introduces Obama

Uganda's Emmanuel Odama who introduced the US President Barack Obama studies Agricultural Science at Makerere University

Charged Besigye recharges in London

Court allowed former FDC presidential candidate, Col. Kizza Besigye to leave the country despite facing treason charges

Who is Felix Kulayigye

Felix Kulayigye commanded counter-insurgency against Joseph Kony

Pomp and glamour as Nyombi Thembo weds again

It was a happy moment for Nyombi and his newly wed wife; Angella Naggayi Thembo had waited for the last 17 years.

Kiira Motors gets support

South African firm supports Kayoola bus project

Over 90 but still partying

They were ministers 50 years ago. They enjoyed life and are still partying. Meet them in our special bulletin on this site.

Stella Nyanzi to know her fate on Friday

Stella Nyanzi is set to appear before the university appointments board on Friday for a final resolution to her terms of employment

Fashionista: Paple Rayn Shoes

Let's talk shoes

The audio alphabet

New system uses alphabet sounds to teach pupils pronunciation and spelling

Profile: Barbara Kigozi, the banker actress

Barbara Kigozi is a mother, a banker and renowned western theatre actress

What Uganda can be: Fruits export can fund the agriculture sector

Fruit growing can earn Uganda up to $1.17 trillion annually in exports

Italy mafia boss Bernardo 'the tractor' Provenzano dies

He died at the San Paolo hospital in Milan in northern Italy, where he had been being treated for cancer.

Two Ugandans killed in S. Sudan clashes

The Uganda Police have so far retrieved two bodies of Ugandans that were killed in the ongoing South Sudan conflicts

Abagambibwa okutega bbomu bavunaaniddwa

Babasomedde emisango 70 ku 92

Lack of policy frame work affects coffee tea farmers

Lack of policy frame work affects coffee tea farmers

Opposition leaders and civil society want debate on political reforms

Opposition leaders and civil society want debate on political reforms

Routine visit to bases in Southern Sudan

Routine visit to bases in Southern Sudan

Counsellors demand strong laws to govern their profession

Counsellors demand strong laws to govern their profession

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