• Mid-week Business with BBC

    In this edition of the mid-week Business Report, The United Nations is holding a summit of world leaders to press rich countries to shoulder their fair share of responsibility for millions of migrants; The countries of the European Union have been meeting to consider the bloc’s future after the UK

  • DPP drops charges of murder against 17 pple

    The Directorate of Public Prosecution has dropped charges of 17 suspects who had been part of a group of 31 people waiting for trial over the killing of Muslim Clerics in Uganda. Principal Senior State Attorney Lino Anguzu informed Kampala High court Judge Duncan Gaswaga who had come to handle

  • Sarah Nabikolo, widow to Kasiwukira starts defending herself

    Sarah Nabikolo, widow to deceased Kampala businessman Eria Ssebubya Bugembe alias Kasiwukira has this morning taken the stand before the High Court to defend herself against allegations that she murdered her husband. Nabikolo gave a sworn testimony before presiding Judge Wilson Masalu Musene. In her testimony, Nabikolo has so far

  • Gov’t starts performance review retreat

    Ministers, permanent secretaries, heads of agencies and local government leaders are starting a five day retreat at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo today to review performance of their various dockets for the past financial year. The Government Annual Performance Review is aimed at examining how various targets of performance have been met,

  • Parliament to engage FUFA on the Cranes way forward

    Government tasks administrators of sports to come up with a clear strategy that can form a basis for government’s investment in the sports sector. This as the public and sports administrators decries the poor attention and financing government gives to sports which have always resulted into poor results. Commenting on

  • Uganda Cranes should score more goals to triumph in Gabon- Analysts

    Commentators say football authorities should put emphasis on finding other skilled Ugandan footballers to improve the team’s performance at Africa’s biggest showpiece in Gabon. Radio One’s sports commentator Isma Ddakaba Kigongo says the Cranes technical team should work on ensuring that the team that will represent Uganda in Gabon scores