September 15

  • Uganda: Junk Food? No Thanks

    Independent

    Barbecue or mchomo, chips and chicken are some of the junk foods craved by many people from all walks of life ranging from the corporate high end class to the lowest in society.... Read more »

  • Uganda: Memoirs of Jenkins Kiwanuka

    Independent

    Published in 2014, Son of a Rat Catcher is Jenkins Kiwanuka's memoirs - memoirs of one of Uganda's exceptionally talented journalists who turned himself into a remarkable public... Read more »

  • Uganda: National Oil Company Loopholes [opinion]

    Independent

    Since the confirmation of commercially viable quantities of oil in Uganda in 2006, a lot of debate has gone into answering two important questions: What will be the role of the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Views On Katosi Rd Mud Business [opinion]

    Independent

    The scandal over the award of the contract to upgrade the 74km Mukono-Katosi road to an alleged fake company, Eutaw Construction Company Inc., has exposed how corruption can be the... Read more »

  • Uganda: On Being Chango Macho's Patriotism Disciple

    Independent

    Lt. Col. Henry Matsiko, a commissioner at the National Patriotism Corps Secretariat, speaks to Joan Akello on patriotism and ideology. Read more »

  • Uganda: Aha - a Reply to "Christian" Critics

    Independent

    Six reasons why Pastor Martin Sempa and his army of religious homophobes go against the teachings of Jesus Read more »

  • Uganda: New Tax System Boosts Kenya, Uganda Revenue

    The Star

    KENYAN and Ugandan revenue authorities have increased collections since the launch of the single customs territory. Read more »

  • Uganda: Facts On NSSF-Umeme Shares Debate [opinion]

    Independent

    Contrary to some sentiments, NSSF investments in Umeme were made in good faith and did not break any laws Read more »

  • Uganda: Wolokoso - Okello House Rent Is Sh35 Billion a Year!

    Observer

    In 2004, a government minister said State House was paying $23,000 (roughly Shs 600m at present rates) per month to rent Okello house, which comes to about Shs 7.2bn a year. Read more »

  • Uganda: Police Urged On Fire Reports

    Observer

    Students of Seeta High School have tasked police to promptly release reports of investigation into school fire incidents so that any culprits can be prosecuted. Seeta High was... Read more »



September 14

  • Uganda: Uganda to Invest U.S.$20 Billion Into Oil

    EA Business

    Oil industry top officials believe that Uganda must look for between $15 billion to $20 billion if it wants to become an oil producing country. Read more »

  • Uganda: Tobacco Firm Quits Before New Uganda Law

    EA Business

    British American Tobacco Uganda (BATU) recently announced its exit from supporting leaf growing, but will concentrate on selling cigarettes. Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Reveals Gas Deposits

    EA Business

    Uganda has discovered over 500 billion cubic feet of natural gas. Read more »

  • Uganda: Airport Managers Can Do More About These Fraudsters [editorial]

    Observer

    On Friday The Observer led with a story about a scam involving sale of fake yellow fever immunization cards at Entebbe international airport (See Entebbe Airport yellow fever scam... Read more »

  • Uganda: Siima Shines At Fashion Night

    Observer

    Like Club Silk's tradition has always been, the second Thursday of the month is dedicated to fashion. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kitatta Looking Beyond Uganda Open Success

    Observer

    From being a caddie to Uganda Amateur Golf Open champion, Willy Deus Kitatta's story is reminiscent of the usual sporting rags-to-riches stories, writes Moses Mugalu. Read more »

  • Uganda: French Photographer Celebrates Women

    Observer

    For lovers of art and photography, the place to be this month is the Uganda museum, where a photo exhibition opened last Monday and will be running until end of month. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kiryabwire Warns Organisations On 'Crisis Management'

    Observer

    Court of Appeal Judge Geoffrey Kiryabwire has said Uganda is slowly slipping into a crisis management culture as both private companies and government fail to adhere to good... Read more »

  • Uganda: We Must Spend More On Mineral Sector - Kaijuka

    Observer

    Uganda must spend big on mineral exploration if it is to realise maximum benefit from the vast resources it has, a former minister has said. Read more »

  • Uganda: Coke Studio Is Inspiring

    EA Business

    Uganda's representative in the inaugural Coke Studio, Joel Sebujo, has described the experience of sharing the same musical platform with some of Africa's singing greats as a... Read more »

  • Uganda: Activity at Uganda Securities Exchange Picks Up

    EA Business

    Activity at the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) picked up this week compared to last week as significant volumes were traded on the DFCU and UMEME counters. Read more »

  • Uganda: Thoughtworks Trains 50 in Software [analysis]

    EA Business

    Thoughtworks Kampala, a software developing company has trained over 50 young software developers in human centered designs to be able to develop solutions that meet their client's... Read more »

  • Uganda: Health Care Firm Starts Cash Back

    EA Business

    Healthcare Group, AAR, has launched a Cash Back system in which cash bonuses are paid to their clients who remain claim free for the entire premium year. Read more »

  • Uganda: Entrepreneurial Minds - Tribute to an Entrepreneur [opinion]

    EA Business

    Recently, I received the news of the demise of an entrepreneur thousands of miles away. I have greatly admired his business model. Read more »

  • Uganda: Inauguration Photo Exhibition Highlights Women in Resistance

    EA Business

    The inauguration photo exhibition of women in resistance took place at the Uganda museum last week with sponsorship from Alliance Française, and the embassy of France in... Read more »

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