People are identifies according to what they do and how they associate with others in public. And if you want to find out who a Ugandan is, here we go; Sixteen things to know he/she is a Ugandan Goes to a restaurant and orders Mpaa nga Eyolii They are always dishing other people’s cars, especially the […]
Shanita Namuyimbwa, a.k.a Bad Black was discovered in Rwanda after fleeing to exile. Bad black had been sentenced to Luzira prison for defrauding a company jointly owned with David Greenhalgh, her British lover. After being netted in Rwanda, she was handed over to Ugandan authorities at Katuna border. She is expected to be taken to […]
Stephen Kiprotich has made Uganda proud by winning gold in the marathon of the World Athletics Championships in Moscow. In 2012, Kiprotich unexpectedly won his first gold medal for Uganda and yesterday the Ugandan flag was lifted high again after his victory. Congratulations. Long live Uganda, long live Stephen
Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) has cleared UTODA AWAKULA ENNUME to run a bus service in the city. KCCA said that Utoda’s 200 buses would operate on designated routes in the city. The 12-months contract agreed on between the two parties include a monthly revenue of Shs300,000 per bus and maintaining bus fares of the […]
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has started switching off unregistered phone users today 5th August 2013. Sim-card registration that started last year is aimed at reducing high crime levels in the country. The UCC public relations officer, Fred Otunnu said the switch off will last 12 hours before another group of unregistered sim-cards will also […]
It was a bad working day for traders in Kampala city today. Police have teargassed taxi drivers protesting Kampala City Council Authority’s (KCCA) decision to collect a monthly fee of 120,000 shillings. The running battles between anti-riot police and drivers forced city traders to lock up their shops as they looked for more breathing air […]
Several taxes were increased on different items following the budget read by the finance minister, Maria Kiwanuka. But to some youths, increased taxes on beers did not go down well with them. “Some of us drink to forget problems caused by unemployment, but now we are going to worry more because we shall be forced […]
Namubiru Iryn finally returns home after spending days in Japanese cells. She has received a warm welcome back home. Fans escorted her in a procession from Entebbe air port to Kampala.