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NIC boosts Uganda-Mauritania game

NIC boosts Uganda-Mauritania game

National Insurance Corporation, the official national football team insurance partner has given out 100 tickets to Uganda cranes fans in support of tomorrow’s crucial game with Mauritania, writes Irene Nankabirwa.

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Mr. Deputy Speaker, it's not just your parliament, it's the entire government

Mr. Deputy Speaker, it's not just your parliament, it's the entire government

We have always suspected that the Deputy Speaker of Parliament of the Republic of Uganda can be tough if and when he means to and this week he proved us...

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Empowering children through reading

Empowering children through reading

In a country where hundreds of pupils in a single classroom scramble for one textbook, and where education in the public schools is synonymous with low quality, exposing children to...

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Gov't plans mega ambulance project

Gov't plans mega ambulance project

Every day road accidents in Uganda claim lives and leave many more with injuries. Besides those that unfortunately die during the crash, many more die in the few hours that...

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US help gets more expectant mothers to hospitals

US help gets more expectant mothers to hospitals

A United States-supported campaign against maternal deaths in four districts of Uganda has recorded a dramatic increase in the number of expectant mothers giving birth in the hands of trained...

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Crown Beverages unveils new bitter lemon soda

Crown Beverages unveils new bitter lemon soda

Beverage consumers in Uganda have a new drink on the market- Evervess Bitter Lemon, reports Irene Nankabirwa.

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1st Ugandan Police officer to personally face torture charges

1st Ugandan Police officer to personally face torture charges

A high-ranking Ugandan police officer has become the first government officer to face charges of torture in personal capacity under the Anti-torture act 2012. Wandegeya District Police Commander Caeser Tusingwire was...

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M7 blames intelligence, Bakonzo domination for Bundibugyo attacks

M7 blames intelligence, Bakonzo domination for Bundibugyo attacks

President Museveni says the recent outbreak of violence in Western Uganda is nothing more than tribal clashes and has been contained.

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