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Students were told to desist from acts of violence to avoid such unfortunate incidents
Zambian police said Tuesday they had arrested 150 opposition activists over protests that erupted after President Edgar Lungu was declared the winner of a highly-contested vote
A Malaysian oil tanker carrying 900,000 litres of diesel has been hijacked and is heading towards Indonesian waters, a maritime official said Wednesday
A passenger train hit and killed an elephant and three calves in northern Sri Lanka on Wednesday, the latest deadly accident involving the venerated animals
Indonesia sank dozens of impounded foreign boats to mark Independence Day, an official said Wednesday, as President Joko Widodo steps up a campaign to stop foreign fishermen from "stealing" in its waters
Drugs that were recovered include panadol, aspirin, coartem and amoxicillin capsules.
Donald Trump made a pitch to African-American voters on Tuesday, saying Democrats had "betrayed" them and pledged he would revitalize impoverished urban communities
Cobap Boxing Club take their comfortable lead in national boxing league to Bombo Town Council where they battle Kampala Boxing Club (KBC) today
Most of this loss occurs mainly because majority of the farmers lack skills in treatment of their raw crops so as to improve their storage, quality and safety—otherwise known as value addition
“For the years, I spent poaching, I never got game meat that sold for more than Shs50,000. Since I decided to grow garlic, I have been able to harvest garlic worth Shs3m in only three years” Mugisa said.
“We struck lease/hire agreements with land-owners, and payments were made as agreed.” Sam Kizito Otim, who hired his land to the firm, confirms the arrangements on a willing-lender-willing-hirer basis.
Abdul (not real name), has been an accountant for six years. For the last three months, the 31-year-old has been pondering how to invest his Shs10m savings. He wants to own a “big” farm. Yet, when it came to making the decision, a farm was not priority.
Fortune favours the prepared so goes the saying. When Sheila Tusiime enrolled for a coffee barista challenge, she started seriously thinking of getting back in business. Her boutique business had just collapsed.
A long dry spell that has persisted in most parts of the country has led to crop failure, leading to a rise in prices of some foodstuffs.
Bee venom therapy is a slowly but steadily growing trend in Uganda. In addition to honey, local bee keepers are starting to harvest bee venom more so with home grown innovations.
Farmers in Bundibugyo District are to receive 450,000 apple seedlings to boost their household income.
Bunnett Bagombeka, an engineer with Franbag Bau Uganda Limited, explains that in the Occupational Safety and Health Act 2006, Section 13, the responsibilities and obligations of employers stipulates that it is their (employer’s) duty to protect workers.
When you talk about gardening, a number of people will only think of a flower garden and this explains why when you visit like 10 homes not more than four will have a vegetable patch somewhere.
We demand that the government promptly allocates additional resources to refugee-host districts, instead of leaving UNHCR and other partners to do the heavy lifting...
Death by speeding machine seems to be such a common occurrence and we have become used to these things, which brings me to ‘Massacre’ (Masaka) Road.