Officially Ishasha is famous for its tree climbing lions
Gradually as geographical and cultural boundaries loosen up, cultural tourism exportation is being appreciated, as Ugandan deliver their culture almost to their doorsteps
Annabelle Nakabiri Ssebakijje, 34, a mother of two is the executive director, Remnant Generation Ministries. Soft spoken, welcoming but also a disciplinarian, she has learnt many lessons from life as a young girl
Crispin Kaheru, the coordinator of Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) since its inception in 2009
The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre commonly known as Entebbe zoo will help you realise this dream with the launch of the Cheetah Run
Hoima Chief Magistrate Emmy Sayekwo has been elected as the new board chairperson of Sebei Elgon Cooperative Union, replacing Maj Juma Seiko, who has held the position since 2009.
Hardly two months after the boundary demarcation of Kagombe Central Forest Reserve in Kibaale and Kagadi districts, encroachers have cleared hectares of forest land for cultivation, forestry officials have revealed
Junior Internal Affairs minister Mario Obiga Kania on Friday blocked a regional meeting that was meant to discuss the refugee crisis in West Nile sub-region and the continued influx of asylum seekers from the troubled South Sudan.
Two-time champions Makerere University Business School and last year’s finalists Nkumba University are to miss this season’s Nile Special University Football League
Cranes performance at the Africa Cup of Nations drew mixed reactions in most quarters after Uganda exited at the first stage of the competition with a solitary point.
Brian Umony resumed running and doing light ball work this week, two months after rods fitted through his right limb to help him recover from a break leg suffered early last year, were removed.
Edirisa Lubega found another gear in the gathering dusk, ghosting past Timothy Awany after fashioning a delightful drop of the shoulder.
By the time you read this column, Hima Cement Heathens could well have sealed this season’s Nile Rugby Premiership. Muhammad Athiyo’s charges went into yesterday’s match against Shell Rimula Rhinos cognisant of the permutation needed to take them across the white wash.
Boney Katatumba, one of Uganda’s pioneering modern day entrepreneurs, died last week. He was 70
It is said when two elephants fight the grass suffers. But as one professor once said, when two elephants make love the grass may suffer more.
Hellen Apiyo, a vegetable vendor in Gulu Municipality says she never runs out of stock for vegetables to supply her clients and home because she plans ahead of the seasons
Small holder farmers suffering from low incomes and poor living conditions are hardest hit, and many have given up all hope for a better life
Charles Rutaro believes that you cannot put all your eggs in one basket. It is the reason that the secondary school teacher supplements his government salary with mixed farming
Agriculture plays a very important role in the country’s economic development yet it is not given sufficient emphasis in our education system
He enrolled for aquaculture training at the Fisheries Training Institute in Kiryandongo for three months and attained certificate in aquaculture