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  • East Africa: EALA Hails Hon Sam Kutesa [press release]

    EAC

    The election of Hon Sam Kutesa as President of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) yesterday afternoon received acclamation from EALA. Read more »

  • Kenya: President Museveni At Western Circumcision Ceremony

    The Star

    Many Kenyans led by Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka and his county executives flocked Mbale town in Eastern Uganda for the official launch of the circumcision ceremony among the... Read more »

  • Uganda: Muslims Lift the Veil On 'Discrimination'

    Observer

    The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council says it is investigating alleged discrimination against Muslim jobseekers in government and the private sector. Read more »

  • Uganda: Museveni Too Easy to Overthrow - Besigye

    Observer

    President Yoweri Museveni's government can fall at any moment, if Ugandans wanted it to, Col Kizza Besigye has said. Read more »

  • Uganda: NSSF Job Saga - UK Firm in Secret Hunt for New MD

    Observer

    It might take a while before the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) gets a new management team, especially after it emerged that there is a clandestine plot to start fresh... Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbabazi Tapes Trial - Govt Defends Media Ban

    Observer

    Government has defended the decision by court to ban the media from covering the Ronald Poteri trial. Read more »

  • East Africa: Tanzania Retain Netball Title, Uganda Crowned Basketball Champs in EAC Military Games [press release]

    PR Newswire

    Tanzania has proved its regional supremacy in netball after submerging hard-fighting Uganda 36-30 in a thrilling and closely fought duel of the 8th edition of the EAC Military and... Read more »

  • Uganda: Kayihura 'Pleads' to Remain IGP

    Observer

    A few months to the expiry of his contract in November, the police chief, Gen Kale Kayihura, has written to the Police Authority, begging for a contract renewal. Read more »

  • Uganda: KCCA Councillors Get Cash, Promised Chicks

    Observer

    Interviews with several Kampala Capital City Authority councillors reveal that most of those who voted to oust Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago last November have received millions of... Read more »

  • Uganda: Kayihura - Why I Should Get Another Term

    Observer

    Police chief Kale Kayihura has written to the Police Authority giving reasons why his contract should be renewed when it expires in November. Below we reproduce the letter. Read more »

  • Uganda: Why Judges Rejected Lukwago Prayer [analysis]

    Observer

    On August 21, four months after the Supreme court heard his prayer to return to City Hall, Justices Benjamin Odoki, Esther Mayambala Kisaakye, Galdino Okello, and John Wilson... Read more »

  • Uganda: Police Evicts 200 Families in Hoima

    Observer

    Seventy-year Beatrice Ngozibwa had never felt the powerful sting of tear gas until August 25. She was in her kitchen when she heard the sound of bullets. As she would later find... Read more »

  • Uganda: Pioneer Bus On Brink of Return

    Observer

    The yet-to-be signing of a contract enabling Pioneer Easy Bus to operate in Mukono and Wakiso districts is the final hurdle for the city company to resume operations, The Observer... Read more »

  • Uganda: Conman Targets Bemuga, Arrested

    Observer

    Police at Kira road is holding a 35-year-old man suspected of attempting to con a city businessman of $35,000 (Shs 91m). Read more »

  • Uganda: Running to Reforest Bugoma

    Observer

    Stung by massive loss of forest cover in Bugoma central forest reserve, seven private local and international organisations have organised a quarter-marathon to raise awareness and... Read more »

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