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NTV Uganda staff bid emotional farewell to former news chief Maurice Mugisha
SERENA HOTEL – NTV Uganda staff on Friday night turned out to bid an emotional farewell to the former station news chief and a seasoned news anchor Maurice Mugisha who left the Serena based station in October this year.
Uganda On Take Off Stage – President Mseveni
ENTEBBE. President Yoweri Museveni has said that Uganda is beginning to go over the hill after starting from a low base in 1986. He said that Uganda has been climbing uphill but has now started going up the hill after laying the foundation.
Uganda urges Israel to ease visa restrictions to the Holy Land
PARLIAMENT – Jerusalem is one of the most visited cities in Israel with the city receiving more than 3.5 million tourists annually. For many Christians, it is considered a holy city because of its association with the birth, ministry, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
How research innovations are contributing to food security in Uganda
KAMPALA– The agricultural research system in Uganda is challenged by the need for effective contribution to the socio-economic transformation of the people to tackle issues of food security within the population.
Kenyans in semis: Hosts defeat neighbouring Uganda to reach Copa Cola last four in Nakuru
Kenya edged a hard fighting Uganda team by a solitary goal to reach the Copa Coca Cola Africa Cup semi finals at Nakuru High School yesterday. In what turned out to be a largely balanced affair, Jacob Onyango's second half strike settled the match.
MTN Uganda announces the MTN App Challenge 2018
On Thursday 13th December 2018, MTN Uganda announced the MTN APP Challenge 2018. This edition of the MTN App Challenge focus on building innovations for digital payments. All participating innovators are required to build applications that facilitate digital payments.
VPN is among the top Google searches of 2018 in Uganda
Every end of year, search giant Google releases a list of top searched for items and topics on its search engine and it would surprise you not, that amongst the top searches in Uganda was Virtual private Networks (VPN) for obvious reasons.
Bebecool returns to Uganda with plans of setting up the most expensive recording studio
Bebecool is finally back home and he has bigger plans than we can imagine. He plans to set up a state-of-the-art video studio in Uganda as he a record with cameras he allegedly bought at over 200m in the USA.
Vatican Christmas concert will support refugees in Iraq, Uganda
Pope Francis addresses the performer and organizers of the Christmas Concert in the Vatican's Clementine Hall, Dec. 14, 2018. Credit: Vatican Media. .- This Christmas it is particularly important to support refugees and migrants, Pope Francis said Friday, ahead of the Vatican Christmas Concert fundr
Uganda wants to qualify its youth for gas and oil industry projects
NEWSROOM (ADV) – A team of 30 trainers from different vocational institutions in Uganda on Wednesday started their training in the oil and gas sector as the country gears up for commercial production.
Uganda: President Museveni Says He Has No Plans to Leave Office
President Yoweri Museveni has been in power since 1986 and by 26th next month, he would have ruled Uganda for 33 years. He has been on the corridor of power for a very long time and was involved in the uprising against historical Ugandan leaders like Idi Amin from 1971 to 1979 and Milton Obote from
Swedish Embassy in Uganda scoops Diplo 4 climate change award
KAMPALA- The Swedish embassy in Uganda on Wednesday 12 December won the Diplo 4 Climate change award in Kampala. The awards were organized by KCCA in partnership with The Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and the Embassy of France in Uganda.
Court remands nine Rwandans over illegal stay in Uganda
MBARARA – The grade one magistrate in Mbarara Paul Mujuni on Wednesday afternoon remanded nine Rwandese women to Kyamugorani prison after they were arrested last Sunday by police on charges of illegal entry into the country.
Uganda’s Hot Pink Catwalk fashion show celebrates disabled models – CNN
(CNN) Jane Arinaitwe loves to wear long feminine dresses. She likes to change it up with stylish trousers. “I can wear anything,” she says. When she was 19, the Ugandan model began to have headaches. Her eyesight began to fade and she was admitted to hospital. She lost consciousness and woke up blin
Katie Mann harnesses love of teaching in Uganda
Katie Mann spends most of her time loving. More specifically, loving others. She loves her boyfriend, she loves her Kappa Delta sorority sisters, but above all, she loves those in need.
LuDela Candles Perfect Pillar Starter Set remote controlled candle review
REVIEWS – LuDela Candles aren’t your typical candles, and you know that because LuDela candles come with a remote control. It might better be called a lantern that looks like a candle, because the waxy pillar you see is merely a covering for the flame device inside. Unlike normal candles, the LuDela
Uganda-DRC cross-border dynamics
This brief summarises key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the context of the outbreak of Ebola in North Kivu and surrounding provinces, December 2018. Further participatory enquiry should be undertaken, but given ongoing tr
COPA: Rivalry renewed as Uganda books Kenya in quarters
Kenya and Uganda will renew their football rivalry when they meet in the quarterfinals of the ongoing Copa Africa Cup of Nations at the Nakuru High School on Thursday 13th December.
2019: Big challenges lie ahead for Uganda Handball Federation
The handball season ended last month with Ndejje University teams lifting the men’s and women’s national league titles. The men’s team defended the trophy they won with an unbeaten streak last year while the women dethroned Prisons Lady Spears who withdraw from the event citing malice by the league
Kadaga launches Makubuya’s new book on Uganda’s history
Titled; “Protection, Patronage or Plunder? British Machinations and Uganda’s Struggle for Independence” the book gives a new insight into Buganda and Uganda’s history right from colonial time to date.