July 20

  • Uganda: Uganda Dismantles NAADS

    EA Business

    The ministry of Agricultural Animal Husbandry and Fisheries has taken over the job of extension services from the formerly autonomous National Agricultural Advisory Services. Read more »

  • Uganda: Airtel Uganda Markets New Web Packages

    EA Business

    Telecoms service provider, Airtel Uganda, last week introduced new internet-based products to cater for the growing market in data usage. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Lags Behind in Currency

    EA Business

    Uganda is lagging behind in ratifying the East African Monetary Union Protocol. Read more »

  • Uganda: NSSF Uganda Happy Over Umeme Stake

    EA Business

    Last week, NSSF received a dividend payment of Ush3.3 billion (about $1.3 million) for its Umeme stake. Read more »

  • Uganda: Etihad Plans Entebbe Passenger Service Next May

    EA Business

    Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will build upon the success of its Entebbe cargo flights with the launch of a new passenger service next year. Read more »

  • Uganda: Regional Varsity Game Dates Set

    EA Business

    About 6000 athletes from 12 countries will between 17th and 21st December 2014 camp at Uganda Christian University (UCU) Mukono to take part in 17 sporting disciplines during the... Read more »

  • Uganda: French Wine and Dine On Bastille Day

    EA Business

    French ambassador to Uganda Sophie Makame hosted the Bastille Day at the French residence last week a day that saw French lovers of wine and champagne dine away. Read more »

  • Uganda: Why Evidence Is Vital to Journalism

    Independent

    Although bar gossip and street rumours can be true, here is why journalists should always look for proof Read more »

  • Uganda: Vehicle Modifications Can Be Dangerous

    Independent

    As more and more Ugandans acquire cars, there is an urge among owners to differentiate their ride from the rest. Many opt for modifications. Unknown to them however, there are some... Read more »

  • Uganda: The Butterflies At Aka Gallery

    Independent

    Rarely does an artist in Uganda exhibit a series of over twenty drawings with a recurring subject. In a group exhibition on-going at AKA Art Gallery in Tulifanya House, Nsiima... Read more »

  • Uganda: Frankly Speaking With Judith Babirye

    Independent

    The gospel musician speaks to The Independent's Joan Akello about not listening to God, love for high heels. Read more »

  • Uganda: A Class On Its Own [opinion]

    Independent

    Huge mistake for corporate moguls to think they no longer need their national governments Read more »

  • Uganda: Why Public Employees Deserve High Salaries [opinion]

    Independent

    While delivering the Budget Speech for Financial Year 2014/15 (In accordance with Article 155(1) of Constitution of Uganda) on the 12th June 2014, the Minister of Finance Planning... Read more »

  • Uganda: Harvesting From Oil

    Independent

    An exploration well in Kasemene in Hoima District. Oil activities have created high demand for food products hence providing a source of income for local farmers.Even before oil... Read more »

  • Uganda: Proselytising On Homosexuality [opinion]

    Independent

    Why really are the Americans and Europeans punishing Uganda when it hurts the poor people most? Read more »

  • Uganda: Hepatitis - the Silent Killer

    Independent

    A case of jaundice eyes caused by hepatitis ANorthern Uganda has the highest infection rate at 23% Read more »

  • Uganda: CAA Shares Blame for Air Uganda's Troubles

    Observer

    Uganda's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)'s withdrawal of air operator's certificates (AOCs) for airlines flying international routes has now claimed another victim. On Friday, Air... Read more »

  • Uganda: Be Fair to the IGG - She Is Not Malicious [opinion]

    Observer

    Last week, Inspector General of Government Irene Mulyagonja was attacked by a prominent law firm, Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA), for her recommendation that they should not be... Read more »

  • Uganda: Under-17s Home and Dry After Rwanda Win

    Observer

    The national Under-17 side will take a 4-0 lead to Rwanda well in the know they have their own selves to blame if they don't progress to the next phase of the 2015 Africa Youth... Read more »

  • Uganda: What Will You Do for Money? [opinion]

    Observer

    The tribal or ethnic conflict in Rwenzori sub-region, leading to almost 100 deaths, is a tragedy of many levels. Read more »

  • Uganda: Easy Workout for Micho's Charges

    Observer

    John Vianney Nsimbe gives a lowdown on Uganda's 13 players that featured against Mauritania. Read more »

  • Uganda: Done & Dusted

    Observer

    Barring a major catastrophe, The Cranes look set to qualify for the 2015 Nations Cup qualification group stage after a 2-0 first leg win over Mauritania, writes John Vianney... Read more »

  • Uganda: Super Lady Plots for Pearl of Africa Rally

    Observer

    Former champion Susan 'Super Lady' Muwonge has confirmed she will compete in the forthcoming Pearl of Africa Rally, making her first appearance in the national championship (NRC)... Read more »

  • Uganda: Is Game-Playing the Answer?

    Observer

    We have all heard the phrase, "treat them mean, keep them keen". It refers to playing games when trying to win someone you love. Read more »

  • Uganda: It Is Now Escort Girls

    Observer

    The press has been awash with episodic narration of what they preferred to term under the broad spectra of a special report on the subject of prostitution. Read more »

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