17.5 C
Kampala
Thursday, October 21, 2021

CATEGORY

Biography

Biography: Here’s Abdulrazak Gurnah, the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature winner

Gurnah has published ten novels and a number of short stories.

Latest news

2022 AWCONQ | Uganda earns vital home victory over Ethiopia

The two sides meet again on October 26, 2021 with the winner of the tie likely to face Kenya who molested South Sudan 8-0 on Wednesday.

Court sets date for MPs Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana’s bail application hearing

The legislators and other suspects are being accused of participating in the recent spate of killings in the Greater Masaka sub region between the months of July and August this year in which over 25 people lost their lives.

Ayub Khalifa summons 30 to prepare for CECAFA U20 Women’s Championship.

Most of the girls who were part of the team that faced Kenya have been maintained, including striker Juliet Nalukenge who recently joined Apollon Ladies FC in Cyprus.

Why you may have to wait until 10 pm to watch your favorite gossip tv show

Reports say the commission has persistently received complaints from the public about the gossip shows. 

Reports: Gunshots ‘rain’ in Rukungiri as police battle armed robbers

According to one of the local radio stations, the thugs had broken into an Electronics shop and took off with items worth Millions.

Lutalo, Aturo express readiness for Ethiopia encounter | 2022 AWCONQ

The Ugandan ladies face off with Ethiopian counterparts in the first leg of the 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations Qualifiers at St Mary’s stadium, Kitende.

Micho handed 3 years of imprisonment for sexual assault

The 52-year-old's legal team has also been granted leave to appeal the decision.

Stanbic Bank, MoH partner to offer low interest loans to health workers

The bank says there will be no arrangement or processing fees charged when health workers seek to top up or take new loans.

Security arrest 13 in connection to ADF, Mai-Mai rebel groups

While addressing media on Monday, Enanga revealed that the suspects were trailed over several months and finally tracked down to their hide out at “The Church of Christ for the Latter – day Saints” in Njeru Municipality.