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Corporate organisations support schools

Second Deputy Premier Minister Gen Moses Ali has challenged corporate companies to invest in the education sector to help rural-based institutions develop faster. Ali, who presided

Kyankwanzi campaign cost hits Shs 6bn mark

Ruling NRM MPs have gone into the campaign to popularise President Museveni’s 2016 sole candidacy with millions of cash and less answers to explain away the government’s unfulf

Amama Mbabazi link in Kayihura-Kidandala tapes

Embattled Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has been rocked by revelations that his deputy Sulaiman Kidandala secretly met Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura. Even more worry
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Mao: I would never take a Museveni job

Nobert Mao has arguably been one of the most brilliant MPs among the current crop of politicians. He served two terms and retired, to become Gulu district chairperson and then pres
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Convict Kazinda returns to court

The Anti-Corruption court is hearing a case in which Geoffrey Kazinda, a former principal accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister, and three others are accused of abuse of o

Writing 'Sex Talk' just like covering a football match - Nakazibwe

A God-fearing free spirit, who is extremely hard-working and, yes, humble. She is a journalist by every account, administrative director at The Observer newspaper and one of the fi

Father marries off 8-year-old girl

Police in the eastern district of Iganga recently arrested a 40-year old father who allegedly married off his eight-year-old daughter to her 32-year-old primary teacher for Shs 300

Justice Kavuma, Mbabaali agree talks

Sued for allegedly sitting on a constitutional petition against Vice-President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi, Acting Chief Justice Steven Kavuma has agreed to a mediated settlement with