Taliban takes over as last US place Vaccates Afghanistan Airport.

After 20 years of US Military presence in Afghanistan, the last US plane left the country leaving the Taliban with full control. Accorsing to Aljazeera, Marine General Frank McKenzie, the head of... Read more »

Buganda caucus to discuss rampant Masaka killings and solutions to the murders

The Buganda caucus has set to meet after killings resumed in greater Masaka. The killings that started on 21st July last month saw an escalation of murdered with the latest that happened... Read more »

Student’s financing board okays lending tuition to continuing students.

The Higher Education Students’ Financing Board (HESFB) has agreed to granting loans to continuing students in order for them to complete higher education. Since 2014, the Board has been implementing the students’... Read more »

Government warns on unauthorised Money lenders, advised public to borrow from licenced lenders.

The Uganda microfinance regulatory authority (UMRA) whose mandate is to regulate, licence and supervise all tier IV microfinance institutions and money lenders in Uganda has warned all money lenders operating illegally that... Read more »

Katikiro Charles Peter Mayiga Atongonza Enkola ya Yinsuwa “Weerinde Insurance Services”

MENGO: Katikkiro wa Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga asabye abantu okwettanira enkola ya Yinsuwa esobole okubabeerera engabo singa babaako okusoomoozebwa kwe basanga mu ntambuza y’emirimu gyabwe awamu n’obulamu bwabwe, kibayambe obutafiirizibwa. Bino Owek.... Read more »

Maj. General Loketch laid to his final resting place, leaves thousands morning his death

Many people flogged pader at Paipir Primary school playgrounds, Pader town council in Pader district where the memorial service for the burial of Maj. Gen. Paul loketch nicknamed ‘The lion of Mogadishu” after... Read more »

Masaka rampant killings frighten residents, police promises to beef up security in area

In a period less than one month, masaka has had a total of atleast 17 people dead after panga wielding goons resumed their opperation on July 22. On Sunday last week, assailants... Read more »

First batch of 51 Afghan refugees arrive in Uganda

Uganda has today revived the first batch of Afghanistan refugees who fled the country after the Taliban take over a few weeks ago. 51 refugees have been brought in according to a... Read more »

Hon. Kyagulanyi expresses anger for not attending Zambia’s swearing in ceremony saying all efforts to atte d were frustrated

NUP’s president and musician turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi has expressed his anger for not attending Zambia’s swearing in ceremony by former Zambia Opposition leader incoming president Hakinde Hichilema. The former legislator who... Read more »

African countries get a ray of hope as newly elected Zambia president swears in

Zambia’s opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema has been sworn into office Tuesday morning after a land slide victory against Edgar Langu. The billionaire also known as HH was ready to receive instruments of... Read more »