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Museveni reveals identities of Kampala twin bombers

"Unfortunately, 3 people died in today’s incident apart from the 3 suicide bombers."

How modern day men of God choose to only feed the soul, forget the bodies.

What baffles me is that those that have erected massive church buildings aren’t following the example of the original denominations that they came from.

Why schools are still closed

The first question I would like to ask you is: Why do you think Government has chosen to keep schools closed?

“Gamba n’ogu” Is a culture that will hurt us badly

We are so used to corruption that it’s now become systemic. Everyone and everything needs some 'Ka' money to survive.

Lessons on successful leadership transfer

Sometimes the community complicates leadership transfer when it fails to recognize a past leader just out of office. Used to being chauffeured and greeted by their ceremonial titles, past leaders are shocked when the day after they leave office, none seems to care much for them anymore.

Full speech of Museveni’s address on covid-19 situation in Uganda

"Kikuubo and other Business Centres should be closed, and the situation reverts to the Presidential Directive of March 2020."

What Pres. Museveni said at his inauguration

They were, however, not co-ordinated and they were defeated one by one. Taking Uganda as an example, our society was, that time, a precapitalist, mainly non-money one, using barter trade (kuchurika) and comprised of 3 social classes: the feudalists; the artisans (black-smiths, carpenters, potters, etc.); and the peasants (agriculturalists, pastoralists and fishermen).

THE BAGANDA: A Nation or aTribe?

Of late, some few Baganda have become ultra-nationalists that is, desirous of excluding anything or any one who is not originally a Muganda.

OPINION: Accusing Buganda of tribalism is pitful, dangerous

The president's vapid assertions that Buganda was ‘tribally motivated’ during the recent elections are rather pitiful and dangerous

How to safeguard yourself against Covid-19 during Christmas

Deaths due to COVID-19 in Uganda are escalating. The dead include prominent political, religious, business and military leaders.

Latest news

Police gets new deputy spokesperson

Nabakka replaces Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Polly Namaye who is currently in South Sudan for a United Nations mission.

AWCON | Uganda Crested Cranes qualify for 2022 edition

The Crested Cranes who had just entered camp, were slated to host the Harambe Starlets on February 17 before facing off again six days later for the return leg.

Policeman allegedly shoots himself dead at Nsambya barracks

He added that all had been exhibited and body taken to city mortuary Mulago for a post mortem.

CHRISTOPHER SEMBUYA (1935 – 2022): The story of a visionary African industrialist ignored by his own government

Sembuya was a passionate believer in African run business and he wrote a small book, “The other side of Amin Dada!” In it he noted Amin emancipated and supported African businessmen like him start industries.

Nbs,bbs,21 other tv stations in hot soup over copyright infringement

UCC has also demanded “proof and evidence of acquisition of copyrights and broadcasting rights” for the concerned programmes “in line with Clause 18 of Schedule B of the License Agreement executed between the station and the Commission.”

Shock as three family members electrocuted in Wakiso

According to police, neighbors noticed the incident and disconnected the power before they removed the bodies that have now been conveyed to the city mortuary in Mulago for postmortem.

Two arrested for stealing number plates in Kajjansi

The two suspects, police said have been stealing the number plates from areas of Lweza B, Kitende, Sekiwunga and Bwebajja all in Kajjansi Town Council, Wakiso District.

Mutebi, Mayanja unveiled at AS Kigali

Mutebi has been without a coaching job since March last year when he and KCCA FC mutually agreed to terminate their working contract.

Venezuelan drug trafficker among 79 prisoners pardoned by president Museveni

Venezuelan Doralys Rodriguez Fagundez was listed amongst other 78 male and female Ugandan nationals -now released- from about 15 separate prisons across the country.