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  • Boda Boda riders, two others charged, remanded over Nagirinya murder

    On the night of August 28, unidentified men grabbed driver Ronald Kitayimbwa and Nagirinya, a former employee of Community Integrated Development Initiative, an NGO from her at her gate in Busega Lungujja before their bodies were later found in Mukono. On Monday, four people including Coprian Kasolo, also known as

  • No uneducated Muslims in leadership positions

    The mufti of Uganda Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje has said that Uganda Muslim Supreme Council(UMSC) will not allow leaders who are not educated to lead fellow Muslims in this generation. He said this generation of Muslims needs leaders who are competent, educated and well acquainted with facts. He re-emphasised that

  • Three commit suicide in Kigezi in four days

    Three people have committed suicide by hanging in Kigezi Region within a space of four days. The latest victim is Hebert Banyenzaki, a resident of Ntungamo village in Karorwa parish in Bukinda Sub County Rukiga District. His lifeless body was found hanging on a rope inside his house around 2:20

  • Al-Shabab attack kills 20 Somali soldiers

    At least 20 Somali government soldiers were killed and 18 others were wounded when al-Shabab raided a military base south of Mogadishu, security sources told VOA Somali. The sources said militants detonated a suicide car bomb at the El-Salin military base followed by an infantry attack in the early hours

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Moi’s son, Kenyan companies making money from S. Sudan conflict – report

The senator of Baringo County in Kenya, Mr Gideon Moi is among a group of powerful international businessmen and multinational companies who are profiting from the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, a new report claims.The report titled “The Taking of South Sudan” was prepared by the Sentry, a non-profit investigative

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Moi’s son, Kenyan companies making money from S. Sudan conflict – report

The senator of Baringo County in Kenya, Mr Gideon Moi is among a group of powerful international businessmen and multinational companies who are

Gossip

Rema took everything from Kenzo’s house, left it empty

Singer Rehema Namakula has moved from her ex Edrisa Musuza alias Kenzo’s home in Sseguku with all property. The singer is betrothed to

Politics

Bobi Wine praises Mayinja for delivering a strong message to Museveni

Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi is commonly known as Bobi Wine has praised singer turned politician Ronald Mayinja

CPC to address global issues and the evolution of parliamentary democracy

One of the largest annual gatherings of Commonwealth Parliamentarians will take place this week at the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference

State objects Mumbere’s bid to travel to Kasese

The State has objected to an application in which Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere is seeking orders to relax his

FDC proposes a ban on ferrying supporters to polling stations

Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has proposed a ban on candidates ferrying voters to polling stations during elections. The proposals

Sports

Uganda thrash hosts Mauritius 11-0

The hosts came into Sunday’s game oozing plenty of confidence, buoyed by their Group A opening 5-1 victory over Comoros on Friday. But a rude awakening against Uganda gave the Indian Ocean islanders plenty of thinking to do as they fell behind as early as the first minute when Margret

Business

Former Buganda minister, Rajni Tailor, arrested over bounced cheques

Tycoon and former Buganda Kingdom finance minister Rajni Tailor was on Saturday locked up by police over bounced cheques. By press time, he was still in the coolers Tailor is accused by some members of the Indian community of failing to pay back the accumulated amount of money they lend

World

Ugandan Asians fear expulsion as MPs dig into assets mess

A section of Ugandans of Asian origin has expressed fear that the current Parliament probe into the management and status of properties that were left behind in 1972 is likely to result in a second expulsion. This is because it is “targeting individuals” instead of handling the real problem with

Health

Three commit suicide in Kigezi in four days

Three people have committed suicide by hanging in Kigezi Region within a space of four days. The latest victim is Hebert Banyenzaki, a resident of Ntungamo village in Karorwa parish in Bukinda Sub County Rukiga District. His lifeless body was found hanging on a rope inside his house around 2:20

Life Style

How to build a 5 bedroomed storied house for less than Shs100m in three months

Building a storied house is a dream for many, but many times they relinquish and settle for less or are dissuaded from the construction because of the opinion that such buildings would drain you financially. Nile Post recently reviewed how one can save up to 40 percent and yet build

TECH

Tech businesses worried as more African countries introduce digital taxation

More and more African countries are taxing digital platforms and mobile money transfers to fund economic development. Nigeria is the latest country to join the trend, with a new 5% tax on items bought online. It wants banks to deduct the tax from online transactions for the government. Segun Abiona

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Moi’s son, Kenyan companies making money from S. Sudan conflict – report

The senator of Baringo County in Kenya, Mr Gideon Moi is among a group of powerful international businessmen and multinational companies who are profiting from the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, a new report claims.The report titled “The Taking of South Sudan” was prepared by the Sentry, a non-profit investigative

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