Farmers vow to continue the push for agricultural subsidies

By Wycliffe Sebunya. Farmers are continuing with their push for subsidies on agricultural mechanization machines to make them affordable to small scale  farmers.

Drawing an Infrastructural Context into Uganda’s First Cable Bridge and the Entire Infrastructure Transformation

By Vincent Kisiriko The New Nile Bridge is Uganda’s latest big thing to brag about since its commissioning by President Yoweri Museveni on 17th October 2018. It is the second one of its kind in the East African Region, located across the River Nile between the Source of the Nile

Crocodiles kill livestock, persons in Central Uganda

Budyebo County MP who also doubles as the Public Service minister Wilson Muluri Mukasa decries the high disease burden in his constituency which is majorly as a result of poor hygiene Muluri says a number of outbreaks have been reported in a number of communities in Nakasongola district but all

Agency appeals for more effort against stoke

Mike Sebalu The Stroke Foundation Uganda wants Government to come up with latest updated figures of patients for proper planning as they join the rest of the World to Commemorate the World Stroke day on 29/10 this year. Globally, 80 million people have had Stroke and 50 others survived though

Police, rights activists condemn brutal arrests

By Kenneth Lukwago and Michael Kigozi The Director Interpol and International Relations in the Uganda Police Force Fred Yiga condemns the actions of plain clothed men believed to be security Personnel who were captured on camera yesterday brutally arresting an unidentified man around Christ the King Church in Kampala. Yiga