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THE first time I visited South Africa (the Republic) was in 1999, and the guys at the airport were still heady with the end end of apartheid – and to be frank, so was I. 630 more words


Age limit consultations: What a remarkable waste of time and money that was!

So the age limit consultations finally came to an end last week. As it has always been the case in Uganda, we all anticipated an extension since the consultations did not seem to have been exhausted. 680 more words


Hon./Ow'ekitiibwa Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi, finally breaks her silence. "OKIRIZZE EKWATWEEKO."

By Lubwama Felix Walusimbi

Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi is Uganda Central Government State Minister of Children and Youths. She also served in the Kabaka’s government for considerably a long time in various capacities.Served as Deputy minister of Youths and as Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage until 2013 when she was dropped.Her political and business profile is very diverse and can be a story for another day if need arises. 370 more words

Issues That Touch All

Meseveni Keeps his word

President Yoweri Museveni lived by his word when he sent shs20m towards the burial arrangements of music producer Daniel Mukisa alias Danz Kumapeesa who was laid to rest on Monday at his ancestral home in Kabanyoro Gayaza. 14 more words


Museveni urges youth to focus on import substitution

BY NTV UGANDA |President Museveni on Wednesday 11th October urged young people to focus on import substitution instead of Togikwatako.

The President criticized the Youth for keeping quiet when government officials are not diligently executing their responsibilities. 94 more words


Museveni urges more work, not prayers

Uganda’s leader since 1986, President Yoweri Museveni has urged the people to spend more time working, not praying.

The president said the people’s fundamental mission on earth was to work and invent ideas and solutions that would help them have dominion over all creatures. 253 more words

General News


Winston Churchill indisputably called my motherland Uganda “the Pearl of Africa” and as we celebrate 55 years of independence today, it is imperative to remember  those brave men and women who sacrificed their lives to secure independence from the British Empire. 139 more words