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  • Uganda: Sorghum Drinks Bring New Swig of Success for Ugandan Farmers [analysis]

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Nkweiseki Macati scoops the froth from a bucket of chocolaty liquid, pours it into a large metal cup and draws a swig. Then the local brewer from Ihanga village in Bubaare... Read more »

  • Uganda: Wide Speculation Over Mbabazi's Next Political Move


    Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has replaced Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi - after what analysts suggest was a growing rivalry between these two major players within the NRM... Read more »

  • Uganda: Corruption Is Now Uganda's Aids, Says U.S. Envoy


    Scott DeLisi, the American ambassador to Uganda, has urged the ruling NRM government to crack down hard on public sector corruption because it is turning away foreign investment. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kidandala Edging Closer to Mayorship


    As momentum builds to install Sulaiman Kidandala as deputy mayor, lingering in the background is an effort to get as many councillors to back the move. Read more »

  • Uganda: Bukenya to Mbabazi - Get Ready for Tear Gas


    Former Vice-President Gilbert Bukenya has warned Amama Mbabazi to brace himself for his dose of tear gas now that he is out of favour with the Museveni government. Read more »

  • Uganda: Museveni to Mbabazi - I Can Do Your NRM Work


    Behind closed doors on Monday, President Museveni told NRM MPs that as party chairman, he could invoke his constitutional powers to take on some of the roles constitutionally meant... Read more »

  • Uganda: Amama Appeals to History As MPs Confirm Rugunda


    On an occasion to launch a new charge into the future, former premier Amama Mbabazi appealed to the ruling party not to forget its past. Read more »

  • Uganda: Amama - I Will Say More At an Opportune Time


    Under fire and out of favour, former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has signalled he intends to carry on as secretary general of the ruling party. Read more »

  • Uganda: Nsibambi Book Tackles Buganda Problem


    After years of acrimony, former Prime Minister Apolo Robin Nsibambi, in his new book, offers ideas on how Buganda's unresolved demands can be met, without a fight. Read more »

  • Uganda: FIA Moves to Check Money Laundering


    The Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA) is carrying out a risk assessment of the entire economy to determine which areas are vulnerable to money laundering. Read more »

  • Uganda: Opposition MPs Admit They Are Not Delivering


    In an act of frank self-appraisal, several opposition MPs have admitted that they are underperforming as watchdogs of the Executive. Read more »

  • Uganda: Leaders Want More Support for Returning LRA Captives


    In 1996, Charles Okello, then aged 18, was abducted by Lord's Resistance Army rebels from his parents' home in Amuru district. Read more »

  • Uganda: Why Tourism Struggles to Attract Govt Funds


    It is a question that bothers everyone in the tourism sector: why does government heap praises on the tourism sector, but does not give it deserving funding? Read more »

  • Uganda: Social Capital Key for Businesses - Rugasira


    It is not all about money. The people one meets and interacts with could guarantee your way to a successful business, Andrew Rugasira, one of Uganda's leading entrepreneurs, has... Read more »

  • Uganda: Mulago for Sh128 Billion Upgrade


    With a $50m African Development Bank loan (about Shs 128 billion), Mulago, Uganda's national referral hospital, is due for a huge upgrade this year. Read more »

  • Uganda: Cranes Step Up Preps for Togo


    The build-up to Uganda's highly-anticipated tie against Togo is gathering momentum and The Cranes' emphatic 5-0 win over northern region is a solid start, writes John Vianney... Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Seen Through the Eyes of Young Americans


    Many tourists rely on the services of tour and travel companies, who are usually found online. Read more »

  • Uganda: Police, DPP Ought to Work Together [editorial]


    A very unfortunate court case involving a prosperous middle-aged man, Juvenal Nsenga, who was in January 2013 killed in his compound, leaving his two children and wider family in... Read more »

  • Uganda: Gulu Gets Shelter for Victims of Violence


    Last year, Apio, 19, was sent home after failing to clear her school dues. In her senior six then, she had to pay Shs 192,500 or risk missing her final examinations. Read more »

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