August 22

  • Uganda: HIV Law - President Museveni Under Fire

    Observer

    Even after the presidential assent, health rights civil society organisations want amendments to the contentious provisions in the 2014 HIV Prevention and Control Act. Read more »

  • Uganda: Namugongo Effort Serves Public Interest [editorial]

    Observer

    Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi on Wednesday invited owners of media houses to his office for a briefing on the government's plans to upgrade Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, and other... Read more »

  • Uganda: CMI Arrest Trader Linked to Sejusa

    Observer

    Francis Matovu, alias Bbutto, a property dealer linked to exiled Gen David Sejusa, claims he was arrested on August 15 by officers from the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence. Read more »

  • Uganda: Lukwago to Museveni - You Won't Break My Spirit

    Observer

    Embattled Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago yesterday vowed to fight President Museveni's "dictatorship" to the end, after the Supreme court rejected his prayer to be reinstated. Read more »

  • Uganda: Most Local Contractors Are 'Fake', Says Minister

    Observer

    Up to 50 per cent of local contractors are fake and do shoddy work, John Byabagambi, the state minister for Works, has said. Read more »

  • Uganda: DAS Handling Gets Global Certification

    Observer

    Safeguarding customers from harm as airlines transport them around the world is becoming core to the aviation industry's mission. Read more »

  • Uganda: UK, U.S. Endorse Malaria Campaign

    Observer

    In a show of support for Uganda's anti-malaria campaign, American Ambassador Scott DeLisi and British High Commissioner Alison Blackburne each handed President Yoweri Museveni a... Read more »

  • Uganda: Museveni Uses Army to Keep Power - Atubo

    Observer

    Daniel Omara Atubo, a former minister in the ruling NRM government, has said in his new book that his former boss, President Museveni, has kept a firm grip on power through abuse... Read more »

  • Uganda: Acholi's Grasslands Come to Life As Re-Stocking Begins to Pay Off

    Observer

    Peter Okot, aka Naivasha, got his first cow from Child Fund, a non-governmental organisation. He was then staying in an internally-displaced persons' camp in Gulu, forced there by... Read more »

  • Uganda: Census to Reveal Exact Figure of Remittances

    Observer

    Bank of Uganda has said it would use the coming census to determine the number of households that receive money from relatives and friends in the diaspora. Read more »

  • Uganda: NRM's Primaries Report Pins Museveni, Mbabazi

    Observer

    The five-months-long investigation into the chaotic NRM primaries of 2010 places the blame for the mess at the feet of top party officials. Read more »

  • Uganda: Finance Rejects Pay Rise for MPs

    Observer

    Parliament this financial year will be squeezed by a Shs 111bn budget hole, a review of the Parliamentary Commission's ministerial policy statement has found. Read more »

  • Uganda: Masaka Youth Leaders Get Museveni Cows

    Observer

    Hardly two months since President Yoweri Museveni promised calves to district and NRM youth leaders in Buganda region, has he started delivering. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kasese Flood Victims Cry Foul

    Observer

    Families of the victims of the May floods in Kasese have accused district leaders of failing to forward their names to the President's Office for compensation. Read more »

  • Uganda: Mukwano Industries Decries Counterfeits

    Observer

    The chief executive officer (CEO) of Mukwano industries, Tony Gadhoke, has urged the government to intensify the fight against counterfeits in the country to fight the vice in the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Okwi Out of Cranes Squad

    Daily News

    YOUNG Africans' Uganda international striker Emmanuel Okwi, whose return to the club is uncertain, has been dropped from the national squad, 'The Cranes', named a day ago for the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Byandala Tells Same Old Story [opinion]

    Observer

    Works and Transport minister Abraham Byandala gave an unusually revealing interview to The Observer on Wednesday, but one which repeated an old story. Read more »

  • Uganda: Byandala Should Own Up and Stop Maligning Others [opinion]

    Observer

    I have read the contents of an interview of my colleague, Honourable Abraham Byandala, the Works minister, in The Observer of August 20, 2014. Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbabazi to Reconcile Ministers

    Observer

    Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi on Wednesday offered to mediate in the ministerial feud pitting Works and Transport minister Abraham Byandala against his colleagues John Nasasira and... Read more »

  • Uganda: Usual Suspects for Uganda Cup

    Observer

    It's the final that many predicted. Traditional archrivals Dmark Kobs will take on Protector Heathens for Uganda Cup title this Saturday in what promises to be an afternoon of... Read more »

  • Uganda: Aware of Our Limitations, We're Working Around Them [opinion]

    Observer

    I write in response to an article in The Observer of August 15 titled, Good agenda aside, NGOs have clear limitations, by Moses Khisa. Read more »

  • Uganda: Sure Bet - Man-City to Thump Liverpool

    Observer

    Aston Villa v Newcastle: 2-1 Read more »

  • Uganda: Observer Locker - Will Balotelli Be a Hit or Miss for Liverpool?

    Observer

    The transfer of Mario Balotelli to Liverpool has caused shockwaves and excited Liverpool fans... Read more »

  • Uganda: History Beckons for Nsimbe's KCC

    Observer

    Eight years since a Ugandan club lifted the Cecafa Kagame Cup, KCC FC is in line for the rare feat if they overcome El Merreikh in the semis and get the better of the Police-APR... Read more »

  • Uganda: Dortmund and Atletico Madrid Aren't Dead Yet

    Observer

    With the German Bundesliga and the Spanish La Liga 2014/2015 seasons making their bow this weekend, you can bet that Bayern Munich diehards Joseph Kabuleta, Joe Kigozi and Felix... Read more »

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