October 19

  • Uganda: Germans Take On Sebunjo, Okello

    Observer

    The German experimental jazz trio, Cnirbs, made a stopover in Kampala last Wednesday as part of their sub-Saharan African tour courtesy of the Goethe-Institut. Read more »

  • Uganda: The Geezer - Cranes Has Brought us More Misery Than We Bargained for [opinion]

    Observer

    See, I am no big fan of football - so much that some peers wonder whether I am as geezer as I claim. Read more »

  • Uganda: Museveni, Ferguson and Lessons From Man U

    Observer

    There are some Ugandans who love English Premier League (EPL) football even more than The Cranes, our national team! Manchester United (Man U), based in Greater Manchester,... Read more »

  • Uganda: Namakula Hat-Trick

    Observer

    After winning her third Uganda Ladies Open title on Saturday, Flavia Namakula sealed her place among the greatest golfers. With nothing else to prove on the amateur scene, the UPDF... Read more »

  • Uganda: Why We May Need DNA of 1960s Youths [opinion]

    Observer

    In the early 1960s and 70s, young people, mostly men aged about 23 to 45 years, played a big part in winning the independence of Uganda from colonial Britain. Read more »

  • Uganda: Masembe Has Seen It All in Ugandan Football [analysis]

    Observer

    Charles Masembe is one of the most recognisable figures in Ugandan football by virtue of his prowess with the whistle. To date, he is widely regarded as the best centre referee... Read more »

  • Uganda: Kasiwukira Was a Pioneer Who Made Today's Big Stars

    Observer

    He knew which buttons to turn at a time when it was hard to make a living from Uganda's music industry. Read more »

  • Uganda: Babirye Wins Miss Tourism

    Observer

    With no hesitation, Patricia Babirye Ntale answered the questions fired at her by the judges. They were random and unexpected questions such as "what is the name of the elephant at... Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbidde Set to Take Over As FUFA VP

    Observer

    Dennis Mbidde is a man for all seasons. He has been in and out of football administration but each time he seems to be written off, he pulls off a surprise. Read more »

  • Uganda: Rift Emerges Within Somali Community in Uganda

    Dalsan Radio

    MISTRUST and confusion has emerged within the Somali community living in Uganda with a section of the members accusing the first secretary at the Somali embassy Ali Mohamed of... Read more »

  • Uganda: Eaton Surrenders Uganda Open Title to Namakula

    Daily News

    DEFENDING champion Angel Eaton shot 78 gross in the final day on Saturday to surrender the Uganda Ladies Open Stroke Play tournament title to Ugandan Flavia Namakula. Read more »



October 18

  • Congo-Kinshasa: New Massacre in East

    Deutsche Welle

    Several people have been killed in a new attack in the troubled east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, just days after a similar massacre. Victims of the attack reportedly... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Eaton Revives Hope to Defend Uganda Ladies Open Golf Title

    Daily News

    THE national ladies golf team member and defending champion Angel Eaton recovered from her horrible first round performance, to return marvelous three-under 69 gross in the second... Read more »

  • Uganda: Warrap Students Union in Uganda Elect New Chairperson

    Sudan Tribune

    Students from South Sudan's Warrap state currently studying in Uganda have elected a new chairperson for their association, in addition to other post holders. Garang Deng Majak,... Read more »

  • Uganda: Court to Try Two Suspects of Kampala Bombing

    Dalsan Radio

    The constitutional court of Uganda announced that the hearing of the case against two suspects of Kampala bombing on 11th July 2010 will take place on Tuesday. Read more »



October 17

  • Uganda: Mamdani Responds to Critical MISR Staff

    Observer

    Prof Mahmood Mamdani, the executive director of the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR), has defended the institute's new direction of concentrating on research as opposed... Read more »

  • Uganda: Makerere Gate Fees Start Soon

    Observer

    Makerere University is testing the installed Automated Vehicle Control System (AVCS) before it becomes operational in a fortnight. Read more »

  • Uganda: Back Off Besigye, FDC Tells Bukenya

    Observer

    Some youthful supporters of Dr Kizza Besigye in Wakiso district have taken exception of former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya's recent criticism of the opposition leader, warning... Read more »

  • Uganda: Nyombi - Law Society Begs to File Late Defence

    Observer

    In a last-ditch effort, the Uganda Law Society has asked to file the final arguments defending its suspension of Attorney General Peter Nyombi days after the judgment date was... Read more »

  • Uganda: Patients, Police Harass Us - Health Workers

    Observer

    Health workers are mistreated by police and people seeking medical care, officials from the Uganda National Nurses and Midwives Council have said. Read more »

  • Uganda: Mulago Missing Baby - No Govt Defence Yet

    Observer

    Three weeks after Mulago hospital was sued over the disappearance of a baby girl newly delivered there, the attorney general is yet to file its defence. Read more »

  • Uganda: World Close to Zero-Hunger

    Observer

    On October 16, the World Food Programme marked the World Food day, highlighting the successes and challenges to attaining zero-hunger in the world. Read more »

  • Uganda: SDP's Mabikke Sued Over Change of Party Name

    Observer

    Accused of changing the party name, Michael Mabikke has been sued by four members of his Social Democratic Party (SDP). Read more »

  • Uganda: Govt to Move On Orphanages

    Observer

    A crackdown on unregistered orphanage centres and those that don't meet set standards begins next week, the minister for Gender, Labour and Social Development (MoGLSD) has... Read more »

  • Uganda: Nakasongola Man, 67, Held Over Defilement of 10-Year-Old Girl

    Observer

    A 67-year-old man in the central district of Nakasongola was last week held by police on suspicion of defiling a 10-year-old disabled girl. Read more »

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