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  • ISO boss Col Kaka denies torture allegations

    MPs led by Latif Sebaggala (Kawempe North Division) and his Arua Municipality counterpart, Kassiano Wadri a few weeks ago raised a matter of national importance that ISO is running safe houses in ungazetted places where some Ugandans are reportedly kept and tortured. Some of the alleged victims of torture later

  • 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

  • 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 bail terms. The Senior State Attorney Ms Marion BenBella contended that the Kingdom palace in Muyenga cell, Nyakabugo 11 ward, Central Division is still a protected crime scene where the

  • Missing Mukono man found dead in Entebbe

    Simon Odur Akena 34, who went missing on Saturday has been found dead on the shores of Lake Victoria. Odur, a resident of Mukono disappeared at around Ntinda, a Kampala suburb and a case of disappearance were recorded at Mukono Police Station. The Defense Secretary for Katabi – Kitubulu, Mr

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FROM A SMALL BAR TO A 5 STAR HOTEL” MC KATS SHOWS OFF AFTER LANDING PEARL OF AFRICA DEAL

Kats signed off the contracts for the new partnership with Pearl of Africa hotel and hits back at Fame Lounge calling it a small bar. “The God I serve will take me from a small bar to a 5 Star Hotel. It’s the story of my life. God Above.” Kats wrote.  Having

NEWS

FROM A SMALL BAR TO A 5 STAR HOTEL” MC KATS SHOWS OFF AFTER LANDING PEARL OF AFRICA DEAL

Kats signed off the contracts for the new partnership with Pearl of Africa hotel and hits back at Fame Lounge calling it a

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

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

Kayihura sanction a sign from the USA to Museveni and his government officials

Presidential advisor on media issues, Joseph Tamale Mirundi has said that the sanctioning of former Inspector General of Police, Kale

Gov’t to regulate student internship programs

According to a draft Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) that seeks to inform the Workplace-based Learning Policy in the country, “models

Sports

UEFA, FUFA to help homeless children in Uganda

EUROPEAN governing body, UEFA has joined forces with the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) and the Ugandan government to launch a scheme for homeless children in the country. The initiative aims to give homeless children opportunity to play football and teach them important life skills and has been launched

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Business

Middle East Consultants forced to refund money to protesting youths

The Uganda Police Force yesterday deployed heavily outside the offices of Middle East Consultants Limited after some of the youth protested outside the company’s premises. The group of approximately 30 youths holding placards descended on the offices accusing the company of taking their money and not getting them job placements

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

Patient lives in danger as the doctor’s strike not halted in Zimbabwe

Fifty-three-year-old Susan Tembo, a cervical cancer patient, hopes the strike ends soon. “I was looking forward to being treated today,” she said. “But I do not know when this missing Dr Peter will be found so that they resume working and they attend to me. I am in pain. The

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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Patient lives in danger as the doctor’s strike not halted in Zimbabwe

Fifty-three-year-old Susan Tembo, a cervical cancer patient, hopes the strike ends soon. “I was looking forward to being treated today,” she said. “But I do not know when this missing Dr Peter will be found so that they resume working and they attend to me. I am in pain. The

War Lord Dies In DRC Congo

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