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Cheeye Gets Bail in Global Fund Case
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
E was hired to ensure that Global Funds are not embezzled. Instead he ended up in jail for embezzling the same ... more

Olympian Etolu Gets New Home
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
ATRICK Etolu, a former high jump national record holder has re-located to a new home from a leaking grass thatched hut in Madera, Soroti ... more

Our Politicians - Stephen Ttashobya
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
IS name means "One Who Does Not Err". This is quite in line with the position Stephen Tashobya has taken in relation to the NSSF Temangalo ... more

Museveni Salutes Local Processors
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
RESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has saluted young entrepreneurs engaged in value-addition to Ugandan products for both local consumption and ... more

NRM Caucus Meets Today Over Mbabazi, Suruma
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
resident Yoweri Museveni will today meet the NRM Parliamentary Caucus in a meeting expected to decide the fate of Security Minister Amama Mbabazi and Finance Minister Ezra ... more

Brookside Dairy Welcome to Country
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
URING his recent visit to Kenya, President Yoweri Museveni invited the family of the late Kenyan leader, Jomo Kenyatta, to invest in Uganda's dairy ... more

NRM Caucus Meets Over NSSF Reports
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 03, 2008
HE NRM caucus meets today to discuss the two reports on the National Social Security Fund's (NSSF) purchase of land in Temangalo, Wakiso district, ahead of the debate in the House ... more

Uganda: Set Up Regional Fuel Reserves
Topix - Sunday, November 02, 2008
p>The current fuel shortage has again exposed Uganda's vulnerability in terms of oil supply. ... more

Uganda: Passengers Arrest Drunk Bus Driver
Topix - Sunday, November 02, 2008
p>ANGRY passengers, on Tuesday, arrested their bus driver over speeding. The enraged passengers accused Issa Nsubuga, 28, of drunk driving and endangering their lives. ... more

Museveni orders on border delays
Topix - Saturday, November 01, 2008
p>President Yoweri Museveni addressing truck drivers and residents of Malaba Kenya before crossing to Uganda on Thursday By Moses Nampala in Tororo President Yoweri Museveni has directed Uganda Revenue Authority ... ... more


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Kamyuka Ready to Fight for His Berth
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
mmensely gifted all-rounder Kenneth Kamyuka, fresh from a professional stint with Brampton Masters CC in Toronto, Canada, has vowed to fight for his berth on the national team that will represent Uganda in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Division 3 World Cricket League (WCL) scheduled for late January in Buenos... more

Time to Crack Down On the Beer Industry
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
have two very enduring stories I know about booze. The first is a little personal and extremely painful about an uncle I loved; a very brilliant man who attended Makerere University in the 1970s, then got washed down and wasted by booze. In the good old days when Makerere... more

Dr. Ashraf is Top Seed
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
fter being confirmed as the number one seed for the 2009 rally season, Dr. Ashraf Ahmed and his co-driver Musa Nsubuga are in the mood to deliver beyond ... more

More Teams Pull Out of Tunis Event
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
he Africa Zone of qualifying for the 2009 Sevens Rugby World Cup (RWC) in Tunisia descended into a nine-team contest after the tournament was hit by a string of withdrawals at the eleventh ... more

Govt to Pay Shs7.8 Billion for Ghost Land
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
he government is yet to pay Shs7.8 billion for 12 acres of land at the centre of contestation from Buganda Kingdom. The government in 2006 paid Shs700 million to city businessman, Dr Mohammed Buwule Kasasa, as part payment for the government to acquire 'his' ... more

Kampala's Poor Physical Planning - Who is Responsible for the Mess?
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
s city councillors demand for City Council's quick investigations and demolition of the mushrooming illegal structures in Kampala, they are concerned that the problem will not be solved unless corruption in KCC is brought to an ... more

Cecafa Wary of Namboole
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
ouncil for the East and Central Football Associations (Cecafa) has expressed concern over the availability of the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on January ... more

Embassies Rot As Foreign Affairs Begs for Shs29 Billion
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
he state of Uganda's properties abroad has had some members of Parliament coming out fuming after foreign affairs officials revealed that they would not be in position to obtain shs29 billion needed to carry out urgent repairs on the dilapidated ... more

Army Promotes Agriculture in Karamoja Region
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
n an unprecedented move, the Uganda People's Defence Forces has joined hands with residents in the famine stricken Karamoja region to engage in mass ... more

Riding On Goats to Escape Poverty
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 01, 2008
or years, women of Kanuyanda and Nyakitunda sub-counties, in Isingiro District have unsuccessfully struggled to free themselves from the shackles of ... more

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