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  • Govt to finance solar distribution

    Government launches 8.5 million dollars working capital to facilitate the solar companies in the country enabling them to expand solar energy to the rural communities. Launching the facility at hotel Africana the Ag. Director Energy Resource development James Banabe Isingoma notes that energy is a key sector that needs to


  • Uganda in critical need for change – Amama

    Former prime Minister Amama Mbabazi says Uganda is currently in critical need for change , for Ugandans to experience better life. Mbabazi points out African states that have of recent had change of leadership like Zimbabwe, South Africa and Ethiopia. He notes that change is critical for survival in the


  • SDA World leader wraps up pastoral visit

    The World Leader of the Seventh Day Adventist church Pr. Ted Wilson wraps up his four day pastoral visit to Uganda with a series of activities held. Among the activities that marked the end of his pastoral visit is the Sabbath grand worship that was held at Kololo independence grounds


  • Exporters decry wrong farming methods

    Uganda produce exporters caution farmers on the wrong farming methods which have led to increase in the substandard produce on the exportation market to the extent of rejection of the country’s produce at the foreign market. Dr James Kanyije the Chief Executive Officer at KK Fresh Produce Exporters says there


  • Nakasero mosque opposes formation of Muslim regional structures

    Nakasero  mosque  is opposed to the  formation of  Muslim  regional structures by the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council  referring to the move as  illegal. The Supreme council last week declared new  administrative  structures/ regions to link  Muslim  districts  to its headquarters for  better   management of the  Islamic  faith in Uganda. These


  • Land probe team hands president Interim report

    President Yoweri Museveni receives an interim report from the Land probe commission.  Museveni constituted the Commission of Inquiry in December 2016 after rampant land evictions and complaints. The Commission that officially started work in May 2017 was tasked to look into the effectiveness of the law and processes of land