• Player dies on the pitch

    A Football match between Tooro Kingdom Amacumu club and Kabarole Baganda Workers Association (KABAWA) at Buhinga stadium last evening was halted for some minutes after one of the players collapsed and died minutes later. Tony Ssesanga an employee of UMEME Company Fort Portal branch left the players and Foot Ball

  • Africans should review membership to ICC

    President Museveni attacks the International Criminal Court for summoning Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta in what he says was a move intended to disrupt the northern corridor summit in Uganda. He says the causes of the Kenyan political turmoil were ideological which ICC doesn’t understand. Museveni’s remarks come after Kenyatta attended

  • Uganda at 52

    Uganda marks its 52nd independence today with the main celebrations to be held at Kololo independence grounds. The main celebrant is  President Yoweri Museveni As the celebrations are held, Joseph Bbosa the vice president Uganda People’s Congress says government agencies like the police should avoid being partisan while executing their mandate.

  • EAC child policy in the offing

    The East African Community member states embark on a process of drafting the regional child policy to scale down on child rights violations and come up with interventions to protect children in the region. The Chairman National Council for Children Martin Kiiza reveals that the policy will ensure that vices

  • Stop violence against girls

    The girl child wants stakeholders to focus on empowering adolescent girls and help to stop violence against them and address challenges they face in their education and day to day life. The girls want action taken against perpetrators of sexual violence which leads to STDs and early pregnancies, stop bullying

  • Uganda at risk of haemorrhagic epidemics-M7

    President Yoweri Museveni warns that Uganda still faces a greater risk of hemorrhagic fever epidemics like Ebola and Marburg saying people must stop all practices that expose them to the deadly viruses. Museveni’s remarks follow recent reports that Uganda registered new cases of Marburg amid heightened surveillance to stop the