CARTOON. Uganda Cranes will once again face off with Lesotho Likuena today evening in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Maseru.
CARTOON. Pastor Grace Lubega received social media backlash after attacking MP Robert Kyagulanyi over his alleged presidential aspirations.
CARTOON. Former president of Forum for Democratic Change Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu has finally announced his exit from the party.
CARTOON. President Museveni donated millions of shillings to ghetto youth in a new drive targeting the urban poor.
CARTOON. Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has cancelled this year’s Kampala City Festival that was scheduled for October 5. to 7
CARTOON. During his address to the nation, President Museveni reemphasised the installation of street cameras to curb insecurity.
CARTOON. African leaders are in Beijing for a two-day summit focused on improving economic ties with China.
CARTOON. Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) has backed President Omar al-Bashir as its candidate for the 2020 election
CARTOON. Uganda Airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding for two A330 jet airliner made by Airbus.
CARTOON. South Sudan president Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have again agreed to form a unity government.
CARTOON. Bed-ridden Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze has said she’s unapologetic about the social media post that landed her in trouble.
Police have established a 24/7 emergency centre in which kidnap cases should be reported for fast response.
CARTOON. The ‘giveaway’ of Lugogo Cricket Oval to Pastor Elvis Mbonye’s Zoe Fellowship by National Council of Sports put the cricket fraternity up in arms.
CARTOON. Makerere University is to give each resident student on government sponsorship Shs4,500 for their daily meals.
Uganda Medical Association remain opposed to the move by government to recruit doctors from Cuba.
CARTOON. There were conflicting reports on the number of UPDF soldiers killed in the Easter Sunday al-Shabaab attack in Somalia
CARTOON. Ministry of Education and Sports continues to close schools that are ‘not licensed to operate.’
CARTOON. A section of NRM leaders want Tanga Odoi disciplined for abusing party secretary general Kasule Lumumba.
CARTOON. Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned a day after South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma
CARTOON. New Vision journalist Charles Etukuri was abducted by suspected security operatives.
CARTOON. Uganda People’s Defence Forces celebrated the 37th anniversary of Tarehe Sita in Butaleja District.
CARTOON. There’s continued unrest in Democratic Republic of Congo resulting from protests against President Joseph Kabila.
CARTOON. Prime minister Ruhakana Rugunda has restricted foreign travel for civil servants.
CARTOON. The 68th graduation ceremony of Makerere University will run for four days from Tuesday to Friday.
CARTOON. Deceased retired Archbishop Mpalanyi Nkoyoyo will today be laid to rest at the Anglican Martyrs Shrine Namugongo.
CARTOON. Egypt’s Mohamed Salah has been named 2017 CAF African Player of the Year.
CARTOON. Uneb’s latest report on literacy shows that only two out of 10 pupils in lower primary can read and answer language comprehension questions.
CARTOON. Plans to raise pay for prisoners providing labour to both private and government projects have been finalised.
CARTOON. Government is considering plans by the Health ministry to import medical doctors from Cuba.
Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has refused to end his 37-year rule despite being sacked as leader of his party
Kenyan Opposition leader Raila Odinga has formed the 'People's Assembly' to ensure a successful economic boycott and other legitimate forms of protests.
Unknown thugs raided Central Police Station (CPS) in Kampala and took off with guns and bullets.
Bank of Uganda is in the spotlight over controversial procurement of commemorative pens
South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma has survived the latest vote of no confidence.
Finance minister Matia Kasaija has read the Shs29 trillion Budget for 2017/18.
President Museveni on Tuesday delivered this year’s State-of-the-Nation Address
Parliament has summoned top Finance ministry officials over Shs720b loan
Rwanda’s Electoral Commission will pre-approve all social media updates of presidential candidates.
Official campaigns for Kenya’s general elections in August have kicked off.
President Museveni has extended the SIM card verification exercise by at least an extra three months.
A sharp increase in food prices has resulted in rising cost of living in Uganda
Police spokesperson Asan Kasingye has threatened to resign over a statement on four tortured suspects.
Former energy minister Syda Bbumba has told a parliamentary committee that she signed oil sharing agreements without reading thrugh.
Diane Rwigara has declared her interest to challenge President Kagame for the Rwandan presidency
The world celebrates World Press Freedom Day today.
Government has distributed 600 bags of rice as relief food for the urban poor in Mbarara Municipality.
Today marks 100 days since the inauguration of US president Donald Trump.
A suspect has pinned police officers for knowingly providing protection to criminal gangs.
Minister Isaac Musumba has campaigned for his wife’s challenger in the Kamuli Municipality by-election
Kampala Capital City Authority executive director, Jennifer Musisi’s contract has been renewed.
Chief Justice Bart Katureebe has criticised the Inspector General of Government for failing to prosecute corrupt magistrates.
Uganda’s poor are getting poorer as the rich are growing richer, according to a report by Oxfam.
A parliamentary probe report suggests majority of programmes offered at university are irrelevant to the job market.
Dr Kizza Besigye was blocked from attending the requiem mass of slain AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi.
South Sudan president Salva Kiir has renewed call for national dialogue with the opposition.
CARTOON. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe turned 93 years.
There is a reported influx of migrants into Uganda and other African countries as a result of global labour migration.
Police have only managed to investigate two per cent of the more than 4,500 murder cases in the last four years.