Court martial hands down 15-year jail term to Sejusa aides
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Court martial hands down 15-year jail term to Sejusa aides

The General Court Martial in Kampala has sentenced six former aides of the ex-coordinator of…

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Twenty-five schools square off in the two-day table tennis event
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Twenty-five schools square off in the two-day table tennis event

Mbale Progressive landed gold in the boys’ category while Mbogo High bossed the girls’ category.…

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Uganda to feature at netball world youth cup qualifiers
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Uganda to feature at netball world youth cup qualifiers

Because after improving on its fifth place finish at the 2012 Netball World University Championship,…

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Police officers charged for beating Besigye supporters
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Police officers charged for beating Besigye supporters

Five police officers and a crime preventer have ben charged before the police disciplinary court…

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Integrity of title deeds worries land dealers
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Integrity of title deeds worries land dealers

Barely 20% of Uganda’s land is surveyed and titled, a critical concern that is in…

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Demand for beer falls, production affected
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Demand for beer falls, production affected

The beer and alcohol industry is not performing optimally due to tough economic times. According…

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Besigye, Lukwago in Kabale for alleged offence of 2012
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Besigye, Lukwago in Kabale for alleged offence of 2012

Former FDC presidential candidate Dr. Kiiza Besigye has appeared before the Kabale chief magistrates Court…

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Election of African Union chair moved to January 2017
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Election of African Union chair moved to January 2017

The election of a new chairperson of the AU Commission has been suspended after none…

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Court orders Jinja East MP Nabeta out, polls Mwiru in
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Court orders Jinja East MP Nabeta out, polls Mwiru in

The High Court deputy registrar, Mr Alex Ajiji who read the ruling declared the opposition…

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FDC: We need policy on who Uganda fronts abroad
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FDC: We need policy on who Uganda fronts abroad

FDC has conditionally opted out of the inter-party organization for Dialogue (IPOD). They will not…

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