July 28

  • Uganda: Time to Sue Police for Attacking Journalists [interview]

    Independent

    Robert Ssempala, the coordinator of the Human Rights Network for Journalists (HRNJ) talked to The Independent's Joan Akello about why individual officers should pay for their... Read more »

  • Uganda: Purple Breezes [analysis]

    Independent

    An artistic look at extravagance, religion, and sexuality Read more »

  • Uganda: Your Teenage Girl, Possibly, Needs Family Planning [opinion]

    Independent

    Sexually active adolescents want to avoid, delay, or limit pregnancy Read more »

  • Uganda: Social Media and Its Political Pathologies

    Independent

    How the internet has led to the growth of radicalism and the erosion of restraints associated with democracy Read more »

  • Uganda: Basongora-Bakonzo Conflict [analysis]

    Independent

    To understand the Basongora - Bakonzo conflict -- ignoring the obvious, simplistic narrative being peddled by different interest groups -- it's imperative we look at Garrett... Read more »

  • Uganda: Stock Market Upbeat

    Independent

    Brokers at the USE. Trading has been dominated by Umeme for most parts of the year. NET PHOTOInvestment opportunities in utilities, financial services drive demand for shares Read more »

  • Uganda: Getting Globalisation Right [analysis]

    Independent

    Recent evidence suggests that much of the world has entered a period of low financial-market volatility. But this is no time for complacency; more turbulent times are likely to lie... Read more »

  • Uganda: Is Honda CR-V a Great Car? [opinion]

    Independent

    The Honda CR-V is a road-biased SUV that is better suited to driving on road than off it. The car has good looks and a classy interior that gets Honda's legendary build quality and... Read more »

  • Uganda: Behind the Attacks in Western Uganda [opinion]

    Independent

    Recent events in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo, and Ntororo show that President Yoweri Museveni's strategy to politically and strategically capture the volatile region could... Read more »

  • Uganda: Frankly Speaking With Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich [interview]

    Independent

    32 year old 42km Kenyan Marathon champion speaks with Joan Akello about his greatest fear and why police officers are great athletes. Read more »

  • Uganda: Food Supplements Pose Health Risk

    Independent

    The round glass disc, upon first glance, looks like nothing special. In fact, information on the product's website indicates that a bio disc is only 9 centimeters in diameter and... Read more »

  • Uganda: Deadly Sport [analysis]

    Independent

    Lack of safety measures: Motorsport fans are always at the mercy of rally drivers. INDEPENDENT/JIMMY SIYAWho cares about maimed victims, killed children? Read more »

  • Uganda: Time to Snuff Out Tobacco Growing in Uganda [opinion]

    Independent

    Romantic stories about tobacco sales paying school fees for our children is lopsided and short-sighted Read more »

  • Uganda: Court Upholds 30-Year Bizimungu Sentence

    Independent

    The UN court for Rwanda upheld a 30-year jail term for former army chief Augustin Bizimungu for his role in the 1994 genocide during which he called for the murder of minority... Read more »

  • Uganda: Containing the Resource Crisis [analysis]

    Independent

    Renegotiating the colonial-era treaty that gave Egypt a veto over any upstream Nile project is critical Read more »

  • Uganda: Telecoms Jostle for Data Market

    Independent

    A lady surfs the internet on her smartphone. The popularity of mkbile internet has pushed telecom companies to change strategies . INDEPENDENT PHOTOFacebook, Whatsapp send voice... Read more »

  • Uganda: CAA Explains Airlines Grounding [interview]

    EA Business

    On June 17th 2014, Uganda's air transport industry managers Civil Aviation Authority withdrew Air Operator Certificates (AOC) for three airlines that were registered in Uganda and... Read more »

  • Uganda: Bank of Uganda Closes Global Trust

    EA Business

    Uganda's Central Bank (BoU), last Friday revoked the licence of Global Trust Bank, Uganda. Read more »

  • Uganda: Deadly Weed Invades Uganda Wildlife Park

    EA Business

    A wild poisonous plant , 'Congress weed', has again sprung up in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda, threatening wildlife in the park. Read more »

  • Africa: African Navigators Plan Radar Exit

    EA Business

    Air navigation experts from across the continent have agreed to shift to satellite systems to monitor aircraft movements. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda in U.S.$3.8 Million Road Projects

    EA Business

    Uganda Roads Fund has got Ush10 billion (about $3.8 million) for the tarmacking of 26 kilometres in 26 town councils across the country. Read more »

  • Uganda: Oil Firm Provides Health Care

    EA Business

    China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) together with Chinese Chamber of Enterprises has offered free medical services to over 850 people recently. Read more »

  • Uganda: Bebe Cool to Use Electronic Tickets for His Concert

    EA Business

    Bebe Cool's Pepsi sponsored live concert named "Best of Bebe Cool" on August 8th will use an electronic financial card instead of the usual known tickets. Read more »

  • Uganda: 'Dodgers' Hurting Services

    EA Business

    Provision of social services especially in education and health, is being hampered by staff absenteeism and late-coming in local governments across the country. Read more »

  • Uganda: Sempaya Hot Springs Under Climate Threat

    EA Business

    Those who visited Sempaya Female Hot Springs in the early 1990s would have seen huge volumes of water at a very high velocity springing up. Read more »

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