Two Fishermen Drown in Lake Albert

Two fishermen have drowned in Lake Albert, Hoima District.   The fishermen have been identified as Joseph Jabila 19 and Angomoko Jakwonga 27 both fishermen attached to Kiryamboga landing site in Tonya parish... Read more »

Two MTN Technicians Arrested for Vandalizing Telecom Masts

Two technicians from telecom giant MTN Uganda are part of the five people who were arrested by the Criminal Investigations Directorate –CID over the weekend on allegations of vandalizing the telecom masts... Read more »

Isingiro Residents Protest Lack Of Power Supply

Residents of Ngarama parish in Ngarama Sub County, Isingiro district are protesting the delayed connection of their area to the power grid by the Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Limited (UEDCL). The affected residents... Read more »

URC not Ready to Resume Commuter Train Six Months after Suspension

The Uganda Railway Corporation (URC) has said it is not yet ready to resume passenger train services due to ongoing works to ensure observing the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures. The passenger train... Read more »

Why Public Officers Deny Citizens Access to Information and Records

As the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) marks the 2020 international Day for Universal Access to Information 28 September, it is emerging that in Uganda, the law is more of... Read more »

Uganda Prisons has Offered a shs1.5 Million Bounty for each Gun Recovered and shs500,000 for every Escapees Recaptured.

On Wednesday, Dr.Byabashaija visited the prison facility to assess the situation and also get facts about the escape.Speaking to staff, Byabashaija told them that Uganda Prisons has offered a shs1.5 million bounty... Read more »

MOH Fires National Isolation Centre Contractor for Incompetence

The Ministry of Health has cancelled the contract for Synergy Enterprises Ltd over incompetence. The firm was contracted last year to renovate the National Isolation Centre in Entebbe. The centre was set... Read more »

Parliament Demands Audit into Fire that Razed Makerere’s Ivory Tower

Members of Parliament on Wednesday tasked the Minister of State for Higher Education John Chrysostom Muyingo to ensure that a clear audit is carried out in the fire which gutted Makerere’s University’s main... Read more »

Woman, Soldier Remanded For Aggravated Robbery and Kidnap

The High Court Criminal Division has remanded Brenda Nganzi and a soldier, Julius Arinda on charges of aggravated robbery and kidnap with the intent to get ransom. The suspectes have denied the... Read more »

Makerere Main Building: Right Wing Roof Burnt to Ashes, Building on Verge of Collapse

The fire is believed to have started between 12:00 am and 1:00 am starting in the right wing before it spread to other parts of the university. The building is 79 years... Read more »