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Enjoy Home or Office Internet with the New Airtel Broadband Plans

Airtel Uganda has unveiled a new solution for homes, Small and Medium Enterprises that offers uninterrupted internet at affordable rates.  The company has launched a new Airtel BroadBand Outdoor Unit, which goes for a one-off entry cost of UGX 280,000 inclusive of a 51GB of Data valid for 30 days, …

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Uganda Airlines Launches Flights to Mombasa

Uganda Airlines will Monday launch its direct flight to Kenya’s port city of Mombasa in a move government believes will boost tourism and trade. The inaugural flight to the second destination the airline is making in Kenya (after Nairobi) will depart 11:30am Monday. It will take passengers an hour and …

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Ugandan Contractors meet Global standards, vying to become main contractors – Guster Bukenya

The minister of trade and industry Amelia Kyambadde has urged local contractors to get informed about the tender opportunities.“Local contractors should get well informed about the tender processes and where to address their grievances if they feel cheated,” Kyambadde said.This was during a meeting held in Kampala to launch the …

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KACITA Gives URA 7 Day Ultimatum to Revoke Payment of Import Tax at First Port

Traders in Kampala under their umbrella body Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA) have given revenue collection body Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) commissioner for customs Dickson Kateshumbwa a one-week ultimatum to meet with them and revoke a public notice which he issued instructing all traders to pay the taxes of their …

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Mowzey Radio Killer Troy Convicted Of Manslaughter.

Entebbe High court has convicted Godfrey ‘Troy’ Wamala of manslaughter for his role in the death of music artist Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio. In her judgment today afternoon, Justice Jane Francis Abodo noted that prosecution failed to prove to court beyond reasonable doubt that Wamala killed Mowzey. She, however, …

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Museveni orders military police to withdraw from Makerere

President Museveni has ordered military police to withdraw from Makerere University where students are protesting tuition increment. The students have, since last Tuesday, been protesting against 15 percent cumulative tuition increment approved by Makerere’s top governing body, the university council. The university management and the student leaders met on Monday …

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Police Breaks Up Makerere Student Presser, Arrests Disabled Students

Police aided by the military police this morning resumed the clamp down on Makerere University student’s protest against the controversial 15% fees hike. The anti-riot police on Friday morning broken up a press conference that had been organized by the Makerere student guild council about last night’s invasion of university …

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Go Green SDG Run proceeds to be used to plant more trees in Kampala

In Kampala city, Air quality is deteriorating at a high rate, causing serious threat to the health of the population across the city. Children, older people and persons with heart and lung defects are amongst the most vulnerable to the effects of air pollution, as they are daily exposed to …

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StandWithKenzo: Mesach Semakula, Spice Diana join other artistes to Fight Muzaata arrogance.

For the last few weeks, Eddy Kenzo has been going through the worst of times in his love life and throughout this period, he has been speechless and strong at the same time after his baby mama, Rema Namakula, fell for another man. None of that could stop her plans …

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Rwandese student drowns in Makerere University swimming pool

A second student from Makerere University has drowned at the Institution’s swimming pool following an incident mid last year where another student plunged into the pool and died during a morning jog, also known as the naked mile. On Sunday evening, James Uwimpuhwe, a second-year Arts student and chairman of …

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