2 years of cohabiting to be a lawful marriage

The Marriage and Divorce Bill is back in parliament for discussion and some sections are causing dust among MPs. The Bill provides that after two years of cohabiting, the relationship will be considered a lawful marriage. It also deals with widow inheritance and separation, but also outlaws demands for return of marriage gifts given as […]

Most MPs can't use ipads

The Uganda Parliament is planning to get MPs the latest version of iPads.  At a cost close to 3 million shillings for each ipad, the parliament will spend over 1b for all the 375 Legislators. The parliamentary commissioners say that the money for the ipads will be got from the Parliament’s budget for stationery since […]

UCC extends Sim Card Registration deadline.

UCC  executive Director  Patrick Mwesigwa  appeared in Parliament to highlight on the much awaited Sim block. The parliamentary committee on ICT  recommended that an extension be considered by UCC to allow better preparations by both Telecom companies and UCC to handle the exercise effectively. Mwesigwa says UCC will make an official communication on the next […]

Rest in peace Mzee Kaguta

Mzee Amos Kaguta, the father to the Ugandan President, H.E Yoweri K. Museveni died on Friday morning at the International Hospital Kampala. State House statement says Mzee Kaguta will be buried today on Sunday 24th February at Rwakitura, Nshwere in Kiruhura District. There will be a funeral service at the deceased’s family home before being laid […]

Ssebabi's miraculous wedding surprises many

The wedding of Ssebabi  has become a talk of the day allover town.  His surprise engagement with a beautiful  lady shocked many who thought no lady would accept exchanging marriage vows with Ssebabi. Fortunately, many turned up to witness the miraculous wedding where those who wanted to attend his wedding reception in Kyazanga each payed […]

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