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[Observer]A fierce row is raging between a financially-constrained orphanage, which looks after 30 children, and a city tycoon, who allegedly grabbed the orphanage's land.
[Observer]The father of Mawokota South MP Kenneth Joseph Bbosa Kiyingi is a worried man, after his son started taking what the old man regards as 'strange statements'.
[NEWS]Two weeks after the arrest of an UNMIL staff Siryon Gerbah and two of his alleged accomplices, Miatta Stephen and Maxwell D. Julius with L$1.5m worth of compressed marijuana in Cape Mount County, agents of the Drugs Enforcement Agency (DEA) have arrested a Ugandan national with 0.53 kilograms of heroin.
[Observer]Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze has accused Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah of stoking controversy in Parliament.
[Observer]At 3:05pm on Monday, May 13, Buganda kingdom Katikkiro (prime minister) JB Walusimbi officially stepped aside to make way for his successor Charles Peter Mayiga.
[Observer]Concerned about the at least 11 court cases against junior Lands minister Idah Nantaba, Attorney General Peter Nyombi has cautioned the zealous minister not to overstep her mandate.
[Observer]Every May 3, matters of media freedom come under renewed focus, as we mark World Press Freedom day. And this month has not been any different.
[Observer]Junior Lands Minister Idah Nantaba has ignored a High court order stopping her from handling a land dispute involving the Permanent Secretary in the ministry of Works and Transport, Charles Muganzi.
[Observer]More international arrests of people from Entebbe International airport with narcotic drugs have put Uganda under pressure to control the drugs trade in the country.
[Observer]Six tenants in Arua town are crying foul after the High court ordered for their eviction from a building on Plot 15, Transport road.
[New Vision]The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has issued a directive requiring television broadcasters to prioritise local content over foreign content, a move aimed at promoting national identity, culture and enhance benefits from works locally created.
[Independent]The civil society is urging least developed countries (LDCs) to rethink signing treaties because they may get raw deals in the end.
[Independent]Senior minister for Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) Ruhakana Rugunda has said the government of Uganda is positioning herself to exploit fully the opportunities that are accruing from the growing demand for outsourcing in Africa.
[Independent]World Bank Group President Dr. Jim Yong Kim and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will make a historic joint visit to Africa's Great Lakes region from May 22 to 24 in support of a recent landmark peace agreement and to push for economic development in one of the world's most troubled regions.
[Independent]Police this morning besieged the Monitor Publications Limited offices located in Namuwongo - a Kampala suburb reportedly in search the controversial letter written by the Coordinator of Intelligence Services Gen. David Sejusa aka Tinyefuza.
[New Vision]The world bank website in a press release indicates that World Bank Group President Dr. Jim Yong Kim and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will make a historic joint visit to Africa's Great Lakes region from May 22nd - 24th in support of a recent landmark peace agreement and to push for economic development in one of the world's most troubled regions.
[New Vision]The Monitor Publications Ltd. managing director, Alex Asimwe on Monday expressed shock over the way the Police sealed off their premises to conduct a search for documents allegedly authored by Gen. David Sejusa.
[New Vision]Kabarole -Fallen Brigadier Clovis Kalyebara was buried on Monday at his ancestral home in Kyogya village East Division Fort Portal.
[HRW]Nairobi -The Ugandan government should immediately end politically motivated police intimidation of newspapers and radio stations and ensure that the media can operate freely, Human Rights Watch said today.
[Observer]The Daily Monitor described today's police raid and closure of its operations, including the newspaper and its radio stations, KFM and Dembe FM, as a "gross disregard of Ugandan law and the violation of [its] constitutional right."