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Exim Bank Donates to Butabika Hospital

Exim Bank recently donated over 110 hospital mattresses, sanitary towels, diapers, milk, sugar, clothes and other essential items to the Female Ward in Butabika Hospital. The Bank also painted the waiting room at the Female Convalescent Ward. This was on the Bank’s visit to the hospital where they were warmly received by

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Mugisha Muntu Speaks Out on Next Step After Losing FDC Presidential Election

Gen. Mugisha Muntu has revealed his next step after losing Friday’s Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Party Presidential elections. Mr. Muntu lost to former Member of Parliament Patrick Amuriat Oboi, who was declared winner of the FDC Party Presidential Election. In his concession speech, Gen said he was disappointed that FDC members

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Museveni, Taxi Operators Agree on Annual Levies After State House Meeting

President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday met Taxi Operators at State house Entebbe to resolve their matter the “high” monthly taxes levied on them by Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA). It will be remembered that taxi operators under their umbrella association ‘Drivers and Conductors Central Association (DACCA) on Wednesday last week paralyzed business

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Patrick Amuriat Wins FDC Presidential Race

Former Member of Parliament Patrick Amuriat Oboi was declared winner of Friday's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Party Presidential Election. Amuriat beat incumbent party President Gregory Mugisha Muntu who was seeking his second and final term in office. Amuriat garnered 641 votes while Gen Muntu got 463. The other candidates Moses Byamugisha

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Emmerson Mnangagwa Sworn in as Zimbabwe’s President

Dismissed former Zimbabwean Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has Friday been sworn in as the country's new President. Mnangagwa was accompanied by his wife Auxilia to the swearing in ceremony, which Zimbabweans have described as a “historic day”. The ceremony was held at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. He took the oath, which was

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Former Deputy Chief Justice Laeticia Kikonyogo Dead

Sad news coming in indicates that former Deputy Chief Justice Lady Justice Leticia  Eulalia Mary Mukasa-Kikonyogo has died. Born in 1940, Kikonyogo became the first Ugandan woman magistrate Grade I (1971-1973), the first woman Chief Magistrate (1973-1986), the first woman to be appointed High Court judge (1986) and sat on the

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FULL LIST: Museveni Promotes Over 300 Army Officers

President Yoweri Museveni, also Commander in Chief of the armed forces has promoted 334 army officers. Col Don Nabaasa, commander of the elite Special Forces Command (SFC) and Col Abel Kandiho, the Chief of Military Intelligence (CMI) are some of the senior army officers promoted. Col Nabaasa and Col Kandiho have been promoted

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Robert Mugabe Officially Resigns as Zambabwean President

Robert Mugabe has Tuesday evening (November 21, 2017) officially announced his resignation as Zimbabwean President to allow a "smooth transition of power", a decision he made voluntarily. The 93-year-old has been the President for 37 years ever since Zimbabwe got independence in 1980. "I Robert Gabriel Mugabe hereby formally tender my resignation

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Frank Gashumba Case Hearing Adjourned

Buganda Road Court’s Magistrate Samuel Kagodo on Monday morning adjourned the case in which Sisimuka Uganda boss and political commentator Frank Gashumba and two others are charged with Forgery, Impersonation and Possession of Drugs, to December 11. Gashumba along with his brother Innocent Kasumba and a one Ismail Kiyingi charges while

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