The Weekly Observer's Newspaper Headlines
Nasasira: I don’t know anybody in Eutaw. I have never visited the United States to meet any of their officials …He should take responsibility for his actions and not blame others.Tumwebaze: If it’s politics of some sort intended to cover up the real issu
UPDF soldiers keeping peace in Somalia have not been paid for six months, The Observer has learnt.
Steven Bengo’s winner for KCC FC against APR ensured the Ugandan side topped Group B at the ongoing Kagame Interclub Cup in Rwanda.
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Ezra Suruma, the former minister of Finance, has slammed the government’s privatisation policy, saying it failed to deliver.
EXCLUSIVE: Suruma Counters Museveni on Oil Money
On completion in December 2016, the Usukuru phosphate plant in Tororo will employ more than 1,200 Ugandans.
Shs1.5tn Phosphate Project Launched in Tororo
Corruption in the public service is orchestrated by a sophisticated network of unscrupulous officials, the permanent secretary in the ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Pius Bigirimana, says in his new book.
A Nigerian woman held in seclusion at Entebbe International Airport late last week on suspicion of carrying the Ebola virus has been given a clean bill of health.
Following Monday’s bus accident that killed seven people and injured 20 at Sasira in Nakasongola district, all drivers will be vetted and given identification tags.
The 2014 Zone V club championship rolls off August 25 in Mombasa with Uganda being represented by four teams.
At least 5,700 students have been admitted to 37 colleges and institutes countrywide, a new list from the Joint Admissions Board (JAB) shows.