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Mountain Gorillas to Feature at Berlin Travel Festival

Uganda’s mountain gorillas will be featured in a 45-minute film at the upcoming Berlin Travel Festival scheduled to take place from March 8 – 10, 2019 in Berlin Germany. The exciting cinematic journey through Uganda is a production of "Filmmakers Germany" and British Youtuber and Videographer Thomas Alex Norman. The gripping 45-minute

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VIDEO: Business Paralyzed as Transformer Catches Fire at Mutaasa Kafeero Complex

Business in the Kampala city centre came to a standstill after an electricity transformer caught fire near Mutaasa Kafeero complex. The complex which is located along Burton Street is one of the busiest places around the city. It is famous for selling electronics including television sets, mobile phones, among others. The cause of

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Africell Injects Shs 200M in Uganda Marathon, Takes Over Naming Rights

Africell Uganda has launched their flagship sponsorship of the Uganda Marathon themed ‘Run for Education’. The Uganda marathon is a charity run that was started by some well-wishers in the United Kingdom who had a heart to impact the state of education in Uganda, with a starting point of Masaka.

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Kizza Besigye

Besigye Talked to Bobi Wine, Muntu about People’s Government – Spokesperson

Uganda's veteran opposition leader Dr Kizza Besigye talked to politicians Mugisha Muntu and Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, his People's Government has said. Last week, Besigye inaugurated his People's Government but emerging politician and musician Bobi Wine, also the Kyadondo East MP, was missing, and so was Muntu, the former Forum

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Makerere Lecturers Finally End Strike

Makerere University lecturers have ended their strike over the suspension of university staff leaders, including Dr Deus Muhwezi Kamunyu. In January 2019, vice chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe suspended Dr Muhwezi Kamunyu, the chairperson of the Makerere University Academic Staff Association (Muasa), for reportedly inciting lecturers to lay down their tools. Others suspended

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MTN Uganda Appoints Interim CEO to Replace Deported Wim Vanhelleputte

MTN Uganda has appointed Gordian Kyomukama as acting chief executive officer  (CEO) replacing Wim Vanhelleputte who Kampala deported Thursday. In a statement issued on Friday, hours after  Vanhelleputte's deportation to Brussels, the telecom's corporate affairs office announced Kyomukama's appointment. "To ensure business continuity, we have appointed Mr. Gordian Kyomukama, currently Chief Technology Officer,

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