• MPs defer on re-introduction of term limits

    Members of parliament are divided over a proposal to introduce parliamentary term limits It is reported that there is a section of members of parliament who are attempting to bring this proposal to the attention of the whole house for debate seeking to put in place a 5 year term

  • Concerned citizens protests Karuma dam construction in court

    A Ugandan petitions the East African Court of Justice challenging the MOU that was signed between the Republic of Uganda and that of China to construct the 600 Mega Watt Karuma Hydro power plant. The applicant Henry Kyarimpa represented by Mohamed Mbabazi asked the court to quash the MOU saying

  • Unemployed youth manipulated by politicians-K’la RCC

    Kampala Resident City Commissioner Aisha Kabanda says the 17 youths arrested purportedly registering the unemployed are being manipulated by self seeking politicians who want to drag them into subversive activities. The 17 were arrested while registering unemployed youth in several parts of Kampala in protest at the increased youth unemployment

  • Bride price should not be abolished-Supreme court

    The Supreme Court has finalized hearing of the appeal by MIFUMI seeking to overturn the Constitutional court decision that Bride Price should not be abolished since it is a highly cherished norm in African culture and that it could not be singled out as the sole cause of domestic violence.

  • Suspect in death of Sudanese student arrested

    Police in Kampala arrests another suspect connected to the death of a Sudanese student murdered as she pursued thugs who had stolen her necklace. Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson Patrick Onyango says Suzan Adit’s necklace was snatched at Yamaha centre but later killed as she pursued the thieves. The suspects have been

  • Cranes to play Africa’s best eleven

    The National Football team the Cranes is set to take on Africa’s best eleven footballers ahead of their Africa Nations Cup campaign in Morocco. The match will be held at Namboole National Stadium in January 2015 and will feature Africa’s all time footballers who led by Jay Jay Okocha, Nwanko