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Anne Kansiime hubby in trouble

Anne Kansiime hubby in trouble

When she woke up and posted that she was going for ‘Okuhingira’ that weekend, many took this as a joke, but alas and true to her post she allowed her...

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Rema pregnant again! locked up

Rema pregnant again! locked up

I know many will think that this is her first pregnancy, I mean the one we all knew about, but wapi, Rafiki can tell you that this is a second...

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Former minister turned Busoga premier faces daunting task

Former minister turned Busoga premier faces daunting task

Busoga's acting Kyabazinga David Kawunhe Wakoli has strengthened his fort by appointing into his cabinet a number of powerful shots he believes will steer Busoga out of the current turmoil.

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Protector Turned Abuser: Report pins Police, KCCA for abusing street kids

Protector Turned Abuser: Report pins Police, KCCA for abusing street kids

Thirteen-year old Steven B was forced into destitution on the streets of Masaka town following the death of his father. His new life on the street turned into hell as...

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Envoy tips varsity students on leadership

  Envoy tips varsity students on leadership

During the launch of Korea-Uganda Future Leaders Forum last week, Park Jong-Dae, the Ambassador of South Korea to Uganda gave a personal testimony before Ugandan-Korean university students on how he...

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Is Uganda's high population growth a curse?

Is Uganda's high population growth a curse?

Uganda's very young population is often cited as a limitation or curse rather than an opportunity for progress and overall national development.

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Kabaka's lake under threat

Kabaka's lake under threat

The Royal Lake for the King of Buganda, famously known as "Ennyanja ya Kabaka," located in Ndeeba-Kampala is facing depletion as residents around it continue to pour garbage in it...

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Unfazed Mandy now targets parents

Unfazed Mandy now targets parents

The unceremonious exit from the helm of Uganda's National Examinations Board a few months ago has not barred educationalist Fagil Mandy from pursuing his teaching profession.

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