Photo madeshows Sri-Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa inspects an honour guard by Uganda's People defence Forces, UPDF when he met with his Ugandan counterpart, host President Yoweri Museveni at State house, Entebbe on May 12, 2013. Rajapaksa who is in Uganda to participate in the 2013 Commonwealth Local Government conference to be held in Kampala from May 14 -17, held bilateral talks Sunday at the State House with Museveni focused mainly on agriculture, energy and trade which the countries had agreed to collaborate during President Museveni’s visit to Sri Lanka last November.
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Airtel's proposed acquisition of Warid Telecom has received approvals from the Uganda Communications Commission. With this, Airtel will further consolidate its position as the second largest mobile operator in Uganda with a combined customer base of over 7.2 million and market share of over 39%
Airtel's proposed acquisition of Warid Telecom has received approvals from the Uganda Communications Commission. With this, Airtel will further consolidate its position as the second largest mobile operator in Uganda with a combined customer base of over 7.2 million and market share of over 39%More quotes »
Uganda police raid newspaper over general's letter
-- Witnesses say police in Uganda forcibly entered the offices of an independent newspaper to search for evidence against an army general who questioned the president's alleged plan to have his son succeed him.The Daily Monitor's political editor Henry Ochieng 5/20/13 Read more »
Politics, bribery charges swirl around Ugandan oil
next three decades. That figure could rise when more oil blocks are put up for exploration later this year, potentially making Uganda one of Africa 's top oil producers.But some experts and analysts worry that the country got off to a false start and remains Read more »
As gender equity rises, more Ugandan women divorce
effect of the Constitutional Court's ruling. "It's almost always the women who complain first."Divorce is still stigmatized in Uganda, where church officials complain that divorce is becoming rampant. But the fairer legal climate and increased educational Read more »
UN chief to attend Congo peace signing
peace deal is an effort at a large-scale political framework to end violence in Congo. Separate talks are taking place in Uganda between the rebel group known as M23 and Congolese officials.Jean Baptiste Rudaseswa, a lawyer for M23, has said the plan could Read more »
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Uganda: Who Should Own Uganda's News Media?
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Uganda: Cattle Farmers to Construct 1 Billion Modern Abattoir
of a sh1.75 b ($7m) modern abattoir to enable them export meat products abroad. The farmers under their cooperative the Uganda Meat Producers Cooperative Union (UMPCU) Ltd, have agreed to build an abattoir that meets international standards. The made the decision 47 m ago from Humanitarian News Read more »
Who Should Own Uganda's News Media?
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Micho set to be named Cranes coach
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Ugandan MPs Hail Ethiopia's FP, RH Interventions
it down to 4, which needs far more commitment and resources, Ministry of Health reckons on the occasion. The MPs recognize Uganda has success stories to share with Ethiopia as it has achieved a lot in reducing fertility rate and maternal mortality. The Ugandan 3:24 AM from AllAfrica.com Read more »