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South Africans have woken up early Wednesday morning to vote for a new president. The ANC party which has been the most popular party since app is starting to loose ground since... Read more »
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European countries recognize Palestine as an Independent state

Ireland, Spain and Norway have recognized Palestine as an independent state bringing it to a total of 146 countries around the world. This comes as Israel continues to cause havoc on Palestine,... Read more »

Opposition proposes a 300,000Ugx Boda boda license for road users

Shadow Finance Minister Muwanga Kivumbi in his proposal contained in the Minority Report to the Traffic and Road Safety Amendment Bill 2023 suggests that bodaboda users pay road licence fee of atleast... Read more »

Ray of hope: UNRA purchases six new mobile service Trucks for road maintenance.

Uganda National Roads Authority (URA) has purchased a fleet of six mobile station trucks that will be distributed across their regional offices around the country. “We’ve acquired a new fleet of mobile... Read more »

Day four of Sudan fighting: Regional leaders set for Sudan to negotiate peace

Regional leaders have picked interest in the Sudan conflict and have resorted to visit the country and try to pacify the two armed groups before a civil war breaks out. This follows... Read more »

Selfish NUP Members not happy with new two term limit, threaten to leave party

  A section of political analysts have warned that the recent amendment of the party constitution of the NUP Party to introduce a two year term limit could force some members out... Read more »
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PS Keith Muhakanizi Dies, Cause of death not clear yet

Keith Muhakanizi, has died. Muhakanizi, who at the time of death was the permanent secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), died in a hospital in Milan, Italy where he... Read more »
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Kabaka Celebrates 68 Years, Encourages Healthy Living

The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II Celebrated his 68 birthday in Mengo palace, Kampala. The event had a small number of guests due to the Covid 19 pandemic and the... Read more »
Protesters Chant Slogans During A Demonstration Over What They Say Is Unfair Distribution Of Wealth In The Country At Meskel Square In Ethiopia's Capital Addis Ababa

Ethiopia: Calm state in Amhara as Protests come to a halt, Internet restored.

Ethiopia’s Amhara has remained peaceful for the last 28 hours after a protest and a curfew was instated in the country to prevent an uprise in violence. There were reports of several... Read more »