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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, has urged the public to promote femininity and support the girl-child in order to impede the escalating levels of gender-based violence and...
Parliament has passed the Roads Bill 2018 that will see motorists start paying to use some roads around the country. The bill provides for among others, the prescription of tolls...
Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL) has today donated UGX 335M towards the construction of a water supply system that is aimed at improving access to safe and adequate water...
Teachers under their umbrella, Uganda National Teachers Union (UNATU) have declared strike a head of the beginning of term 2 which is due on 27th May 2019. Speaking to...
A favorable climate, beautiful scenery and a rich cultural heritage all connive to make Uganda the perfect set for shooting internationally acclaimed films and documentaries. With a growing film industry...
The NRM National Chairman, President Yoweri Museveni, has said that Uganda would have avoided a lot of problems if there had been dialogue long time ago....
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By ANDREW KAGGWAKampala. On Saturday, Uganda Broadcasting Corporations in conjunction with the Uganda Museum launched an exhibition that is showcasing unpublished pictures from the Amin regime.Many of these had been recorded films and photo negatives that had been archived at UBC for nearly 40 years.During his regime, Amin is said to have had one of the most advanced...
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