2021 General Election likely to be violent- Study

A new study has indicated that there is a high potential for violence in the 2021 general elections largely because of the culture of promoting use of youth gangs by prominent politicians in some areas of the country.

More girls register for UCE this year – UNEB

The Uganda National Examinations board –UNEB says that for the first time in many years, the number of females who have registered to sit for the Uganda Certificate of Education Exams has outstripped the number of their male counterparts.

M7 lays strategies to spur country’s economic growth

President Yoweri Museveni notes new strategies that should be focused on for economic transformation ahead of the next financial year.

Oulanya & Atwiine disagree on amendment of Public finance act

Deputy Speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanya and Ministry of health Permanent Secretary Diana Atwiine disagree over the need to amend the Public Finance management act with the latter saying it is affecting service delivery.

DPP drops charges against state minister for Nantaba

The Director of Public Prosecution, Mike Chibita says his office has not received evidence linking ICT State Minister Aidah  Nanataba or any other officers  to the murder of Ronald Ssebulime.