• Ntare Suspends 205 Candidates Over Indiscipline.

    Ntare Suspends 205 Candidates Over Indiscipline.0

    Ntare school in Mbarara city has suspended 205 senior six students for indiscipline. The school under the leadership of Mr. Saul Rwampororo the head teacher has indefinitely suspended candidates, a decision that came about after two students were found in the possession of mobile phones which is against the schools’ regulations. It is reported that a

  • THE UK- Karamoja Community Joins In Celebration Of The Karimojong.

    THE UK- Karamoja Community Joins In Celebration Of The Karimojong.0

    Written by: Agnes Namale. Figure 1 Mrs. Teddy Curram at the Karamoja cultural event. There is never a dull day in the far north eastern part of Uganda, even though the land bleeds from the burns of the scotching rays of sunlight, the people still resilient as ever wear the emblems of their culture with

  • NSSF Collects Up To 948Million At Kampala Seven Hills Run

    NSSF Collects Up To 948Million At Kampala Seven Hills Run0

    The National Social Security Fund has collected up to 948 million shillings from the Kampala Seven Hills Run where about 8,000 participants were flagged off from the Kololo Ceremonial grounds in Kampala on 2nd July, 2023. “We have been able to rise about 948 million shillings, 400 million in cash, the balance in kind. It

  • Students Arrested At Smoking Festival.

    Students Arrested At Smoking Festival.0

    A number of 54 students have been arrested after police bushed into a house party unannounced in Nansana , kibulooka, Wakiso district. The police got to know after residents in the neighborhood reported excessive noise coming from the student,s party. On responding, the police found students chewing khat, smoking shisha and consuming other intoxicating substances.

  • “Uganda Won’t Support Homosexuality” -Museveni.

    “Uganda Won’t Support Homosexuality” -Museveni.0

    President Museveni while addressing the congregants in Wii-Gweng village  in Mucwini  sub-county , kitgum District during the celebration of the archbishop Janani Luwum day, in response to a plea by Archbishop Kaziimba Mugalu for government to join the church to condemn homosexuality responded that “Uganda will not support Homosexuality”. “We have been telling them ‘please,

  • International Day Of Zero Tolerance For FGM.

    International Day Of Zero Tolerance For FGM.0

    The International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM is observed every 6th February. During this time all stake holders involved in ending this dehumanizing practice have the opportunity to celebrate achievements and advocate for the abandonment of the practice. At least 200 million girls and Women alive today living in 31 countries have undergone FGM.