August 31

  • Uganda: BATU to Stop Buying Tobacco

    Observer

    British American Tobacco Uganda (BATU) will stop buying tobacco leaf with effective from next year, the company has announced. Instead, the company says it will stick to selling... Read more »

  • Uganda: EU Supports Agribusiness

    Observer

    At least 35 private small and medium enterprises, engaged in agribusinesses, will benefit from the 25 million Euros (approximately Shs 87.5bn) donor-supported equity fund set up to... Read more »

  • Uganda: Youths, Take Inspiration From Uhuru On Service [editorial]

    Observer

    Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta was recently in Kampala, where he, among other things, urged youths to develop a commitment to service as a vehicle to success in life and... Read more »

  • Uganda: A Cool Goodbye to Alliance Francaise

    Observer

    We have all known the Alliance Francaise and Goethe-Zentrum stage to host names such as Susan Kerunen, Joel Sebunjo, Myko Ouma, Maurice Kirya and Tshilla, among others. It is... Read more »

  • Uganda: Museveni - Why Africa Must Unite Politically

    Observer

    Part XV of these series is the third segment of a speech delivered in Kampala on July 10, 1998. Read more »

  • Uganda: Govt Sued Over Torture By Operation Wembley

    Observer

    Four people have sued government in the High court for, allegedly, being tortured by Operation Wembley agents in 2004. Read more »

  • Uganda: Speaker Wants Airline Revival

    EA Business

    Failure by the government to revive Uganda Airlines is affecting the development of tourism sector. Read more »

  • Uganda: Speed Up Issuance of Production Licenses

    EA Business

    UK-based Tullow Oil Limited have asked the government to speed up issuing more oil production licenses if Uganda wants to produce oil within the next three years. Read more »

  • Uganda: Epic Flick Thursday At Century Cinemax

    EA Business

    Kampala Movie lovers can now enjoy quality yet affordable movies following the launch of Epic Flick Thursday (EFT), a new movie day sponsored by Uganda Telecom, at the Acacia Mall... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Davido to Perform At Freedom City

    EA Business

    Nigerian superstar will on 6th December perform in Kampala at the Najjankumbi based freedom city a source privy to the much anticipated show, Cece Entertainment has confirmed. Read more »

  • Uganda: New Excise Hikes Uganda Bank Charges

    EA Business

    The 10% excise duty levy on bank charges and transfer fees that was announced in June is making banking expensive and giving cause for customers to re-think their options. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Oil Levels Rise By 3 Billion Barrels

    EA Business

    Uganda's oil and gas resource deposits have risen from 3.5 billion barrels to 6.5 billion barrels writes BAZ WAISWA. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Clears Guinea Ebola Scare

    EA Business

    The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has downplayed rumors that Uganda was contemplating not to host Guinea National football team at Namboole due to the deadly... Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Turns Out Another 400 Accountants

    EA Business

    The Public Accountants Board (PAEB) of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) last week released over 400 accountant graduates into the market. Read more »

  • Uganda: Chameleon to Stage One Man One Million Show

    EA Business

    Uganda's most popular artist Jose Chameleon shocked fans when he announced that his next concert, dubbed "One man, One show, One Stage" will cost one million Ugandan shillings as... Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda to Come Out With Bee Policy

    EA Business

    The government is finalizing a National Apiculture policy intended to regulate, monitor and encourage beekeeping. Read more »

  • Uganda: Tripadviser Picks Uganda Park

    EA Business

    TripAdvisor has awarded the 2014 Certificate of Excellence to Queen Elizabeth National Park found in western Uganda's western. Read more »

  • Uganda: KCC Shootout Woes - Thin Line Between Bad Luck and Fate

    Observer

    A few days ago, George Nsimbe stood on the brink of history when he led KCC to the semifinal of the Cecafa Club championship, popularly known today as Cecafa Kagame Cup. Read more »

  • Uganda: Under-19s Promotion Salvages Some Pride for Ugandan Rugby

    Observer

    Considering the dismal performance from the senior Rugby Cranes side in recent outings, it was a huge relief for the Under-19 side as they closed out Madagascar at Kyadondo Rugby... Read more »

  • Uganda: Homosexuality Law Driven By Political Opportunism [opinion]

    Observer

    George Orwell, author of the 1945 satirical novella Animal Farm once said that in our age, there is no such thing as "keeping out of politics". Read more »

  • Uganda: Stanbic Expects Profitable Year

    Observer

    Stanbic bank Uganda is expected to have a much better year after the country's biggest bank recorded a 19.2 per cent jump in profit for the first half of 2014. The bank announced a... Read more »

  • Uganda: Tissa's World - the Scary World of Dating

    Observer

    For many, dating is a scary concept. Many of us are searching for the one we can spend the rest of our lives with. Read more »

  • Uganda: Unplugged Still On Life Support

    Observer

    Nothing survives in life if it stays the same. It is a rule of life; everything has to change because without evolution no organism can subsist. Read more »

  • Uganda: Felista's Fable Dominates Film Awards

    Observer

    Felista's Fable emerged the biggest winner at the second annual Uganda Film festival (UFF) awards gala held at the Kampala Serena hotel last Friday. Read more »

  • Uganda: Majwega Out of Ghana Tie

    Observer

    Brian Majwega has been one of the most consistent players for The Cranes and his absence from Saturday's Nations Cup qualifier in Ghana leaves the team with a lot to ponder, writes... Read more »

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