September 15

  • Uganda: Understanding Your Tyres

    Must all four tyres on a car have the same specifications? Read more »

  • Uganda: Junk Food? No Thanks

    Barbecue or mchomo, chips and chicken are some of the junk foods craved by many people from all walks of life ranging from the corporate high end class to the lowest in society.... Read more »

  • Uganda: Tickling Minds Peacefully

    Peace and happiness are subjects that Ahmed Abushariaa is too familiar with. The soft-spoken artist will immediately strike you as a simple and calm, yet charming personality. He... Read more »

  • Uganda: Memoirs of Jenkins Kiwanuka

    Published in 2014, Son of a Rat Catcher is Jenkins Kiwanuka's memoirs - memoirs of one of Uganda's exceptionally talented journalists who turned himself into a remarkable public... Read more »

  • Uganda: National Oil Company Loopholes [opinion]

    Since the confirmation of commercially viable quantities of oil in Uganda in 2006, a lot of debate has gone into answering two important questions: What will be the role of the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Allergies On the Rise

    At Mwanamugimu Nutrition Unit at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, 70% of all cases that are registered daily are to do food allergies, according to Dr. Samson Muddu, a nutritionist at... Read more »

  • Uganda: Barefoot Lawyer to U.S.

    At the Barefoot Law offices in Kampala, the phones - both landline and mobile almost never stop ringing. As I waited to speak to Gerald Abila about the award he recently won from... Read more »

  • Uganda: Views On Katosi Rd Mud Business [opinion]

    The scandal over the award of the contract to upgrade the 74km Mukono-Katosi road to an alleged fake company, Eutaw Construction Company Inc., has exposed how corruption can be the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbabazi's Challenge

    Mbabazi sits on a stool with a stick handed to him by the youth of Kanungu recently.Prime Minister must make difficult decisions as he eyes President Museveni's chair Read more »

  • Uganda: Busoga - Thorn in Museveni's Flesh

    President Yoweri Museveni in 2013 denied accusations that he was the one behind Busoga's failure to get a Substantive Kyabazinga. FILE PHOTOPolitics, greed, corruption, contempt of... Read more »

  • Uganda: On Being Chango Macho's Patriotism Disciple

    Lt. Col. Henry Matsiko, a commissioner at the National Patriotism Corps Secretariat, speaks to Joan Akello on patriotism and ideology. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kyabazingaship Always Been Contentious

    Ugandans breathed a sigh of relief when it was announced that Busoga had at last resolved its long-standing Kyabazingaship issues. The Independent's Patrick Kagenda talked to Frank... Read more »

  • Uganda: Aha - a Reply to "Christian" Critics

    Six reasons why Pastor Martin Sempa and his army of religious homophobes go against the teachings of Jesus Read more »

  • Uganda: Economy in Bullish Mood?

    President Yoweri Museveni tours Roofings factory at Namanve. Manufacturing is recording higher amounts of loans according to BoU. FILE PHOTOBOU says pick up in private sector... Read more »

  • Uganda: Facts On NSSF-Umeme Shares Debate [opinion]

    Contrary to some sentiments, NSSF investments in Umeme were made in good faith and did not break any laws Read more »



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