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  • Govt to follow up on cases of rape by UPDF soldiers

    The Ugandan Government says it will take seriously the findings of human rights watch following its report which indicated Ugandan troops serving under AMISOM raped and sexually assaulted women in Somalia. The allegations are contained in a report released by Human Rights Watch yesterday which indicates that the AU soldiers,


  • Set rules ahead of fronting joint presidential candidate -DP

    Democratic Party President Norbert Mao says the opposition should come up with rules and procedures of electing a joint candidate ahead of the 2016 general elections. Mao says these rules should be agreed upon by all the opposition parties. He discourages bickering within the Democratic Party to help take the


  • AU wants more solidarity to tackle Ebola

    The African Union calls for more support and solidarity from fellow African countries and from the international community for its member states affected by the Ebola virus. Union chairperson Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma says the continent seeks to craft a united , comprehensive and collective response to the ebola outbreak


  • Few PWDS benefit from students loan scheme

    Persons with disabilities raise concern over the low number of disabled people selected to benefit from government’s student loan scheme saying it exhibited marginalization of the disabled. This after government released the list of 1, 269 students to benefit from the government loan this academic year. The Executive Director National


  • Nadiope the only Kyabazinga- Kadaga

    The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga advises those opposing William Gabula Nadiope as the Kyabazinga of Busoga kingdom to unite and address challenges the kingdom currently faces. Kadaga insists Nadiope was elected as stipulated in the Busoga kingdom constitution, gazetted and later sworn in the right place as opposed to


  • Mayiga vows to deal with the corrupt

    The Katikiro of Buganda Kingdom Charles Peter Mayiga assures Baganda in the diaspora of a transparent and productive use of money collected while on his Europe / US tour. Over 400 million shillings was collected in Boston USA to cater for the mobile clinic Addressing Baganda in Boston, Mayiga said