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[New Vision]UGANDA will face four time Africa Cup of Nations champions Ghana in a build-up for next month's World Cup qualifiers.
[Observer]Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) is inviting applications from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill the vacant posts.
[New Vision]The ICT Association of Uganda (ICTAU), a sector lobby group will be officially launched tomorrow Thursday May 16, 2013 at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel during a breakfast meeting.
[New Vision]Residents of Muhokya village in Kasese district are still mourning after rangers blocked them from feasting on free game meat.
[New Vision]When you click on many a website, you are most likely to be bombarded with adverts promising a quick and easy degree. Sometimes the name of the university seems to echo that of a prestigious University. Some students risk being duped. But keep your eyes open.
[New Vision]The Attorney General, Peter Nyombi, has disagreed with the Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, asserting that the four Members of Parliament expelled by the ruling National Resistance Movement are now illegally in Parliament.
[New Vision]Patience Amutuhaire, 21, from Kabale Diocese is the first Ugandan pilgrim to arrive at Namugongo for this year's pilgrimage, as faithfuls worldwide start the "great trek".
[New Vision]Tuberculosis (TB) remains a major global health problem. It causes ill-health among millions of people each year and ranks as the second leading cause of death from an infectious disease worldwide, after the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
[New Vision]Government is to table a consumer protection policy aimed at protecting consumers plight.
[New Vision]On September 21, 1972, the then chief justice of Uganda, Benedicto Kiwanuka, was abducted from his offices in Kampala by operatives believed to be from the State Research Bureau. Forty one years later, his family is still looking for the remains.
[New Vision]Rift Valley Railways (RVR), the company that got the 25-year concession to manage the railway network in the country is set to rehabilitate and upgrade of the main railway's goods shed in Kampala.
[New Vision]President Yoweri Museveni has blamed the elite for causing distortions by agitating for the creation of districts in order to enable them achieve their own selfish interests.
[New Vision]Kampala -Did you know that paw-paw seeds can be used to make deworming tablets for children? Well, it is possible, and this has been demonstrated by students at Kitante Hill School.
[New Vision]Political interference has led to the messy situation and poor physical planning in urban centres in the country, Savino Katsigaire, the director of Physical Planning and Urban Development, has said.
[New Vision]HE is an intelligent, composed, and a strict man. He believes in excellence and has no room for lazy people. He seems to be living larger than the community's expectations and performing uniquely above the set targets.
[New Vision]Although the ceiling may seem far from the rest of the house furnishings, one should put a little more thought in the colours they paint it with.
[New Vision]On Saturday May 11, 2013, The New Vision published Article by Minister of Presidency and Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Frank Tumwebaze, titled "Gen. Tinyefuza using scapegoats to launch Political ambition".
[New Vision]Research done in Uganda shows that the average Ugandan child starts smoking at the age of 13. In tobacco growing areas like Arua district, the initiation age is even lower, with some children taking to the habit at the age of nine.
[New Vision]President Museveni has said that the National Resistance Movement introduced the decentralization system of government to strengthen the local government as a way of empowering communities to participate in the development process.