Two children killed while playing with bomb

Police in Kaabong district are investigating the circumstances under which two children were killed and two others sustained injuries after a bomb exploded. The incident happened on Saturday at Nakituriket village in Kakamar Sub County, Kaabong district. A preliminary police report indicates that the four boys left home to go and cut trees to fence […]

Jinja: Muslims Vs Hospital land saga takes new twist as Kadaga throws in her weight behind JRRH

WHOEVER thought the saga surrounding a stretch of land sandwiched between Jinja Muslim Cemetery and Jinja Regional Referral Hospital (JRRH) was over is day dreaming because it’s becoming a protracted battle attracting reactions from hither and thither. The First Deputy Prime Minister Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga has now stepped in to request the Senior Minister of […]

Ugandan Christians want their own Marriage law

The government of Uganda has been petitioned to come up with a new law that protects the interests of its Christian population, in the area of marriage. The Christian leaders want the new law to address key aspects of marriage in accordance with Christian teachings. While the Marriage Act of 1914 recognizes “church marriage” to […]

State House Investors Protection Unit engages stakeholders on minimum requirements for investment licensing 

The State House Investors Protection Unit (SHIPU) has conducted a stakeholders consultation meeting on the minimum capital requirements for investment licensing in Uganda.  During the meeting held at the State House Investors Protection Unit Offices in Kampala today, the unit head, Col. Edith Nakalema said SHIPU noted that there was a gap in having a […]

US reacts to Uganda’s Anti-gay law court ruling

United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has expressed disappointment over Uganda’s Constitutional Court’s decision regarding the Anti-Homosexuality Act (AHA) spread. While the court did strike down sections that denied essential healthcare services to LGBTQI+ Ugandans, the core of the law remained. Mr Blinken echoed concerns already voiced by human rights organizations, calling the court’s […]