• Over 100 African delegates for power symposium

    Over 100 delegates gather in Uganda for a 3-day symposium aimed at improving water electricity generation capacity and techniques for Uganda and other African countries. Uganda’s leading electricity generation company, Eskom Uganda Limited hosts the 26th African Hydro Symposium starting today, in Jinja, Uganda. ESKOM Corporate Affairs Manager Simon Kasyate

  • Rebury people killed by state-Northern UG leaders

    Leaders from Northern Uganda want government to rebury innocent people killed by various regimes. This after police resolved to rebury the first black Inspector General of Police Erinayo Oryema as part of the activities to mark the force’s centenary celebrations. The chairman Northern Uganda Parliamentary Forum Reagan Okumu is concerned

  • Police finalizing investigations into planned terror attacks

    Police says investigations into the planned terrorist attack by a terror cell uncovered last weekend are in the final stages pending prosecution of the suspects. Earlier this month police arrested over 19 terror suspects who were planning attacks on the country Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says interrogation of the suspects

  • Religious leaders intervene in Lukwago Kidandala fall out

    Religious leaders intervene in the current fall out of the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago and his deputy Sulaiman Kidandala calling for calm and tolerance between the two. Late last week Lukwago dropped his deputy accusing him of betrayal by siding with KCCA councilors to have him replaced. The Spokesperson Uganda

  • National Basketball team off to a good start

    Uganda’s national men’s basketball team, the silver bucks get off to a good start on the opening day of the FIBA Zone 5 African Qualifiers with a commendable 85 to 74 victory over skillful Somalia in action last evening at the Lugogo indoor stadium. Veteran Henry Malinga and Captain Stephen

  • Ssekikubo challenges M7 to open political space in NRM

    Lwemiyaga county MP Theodore Ssekikubo challenges president Museveni to open political space within the NRM party to allow other potential candidates vie for the party’s top position and presidency. Ssekikubo’s comments have been triggered by the sacking of NRM Amama Mbabazi as Prime Minister. Ssekikubo says it’s undemocratic for Museveni