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Radio Legend Alex Ndawula is Dead

Former Capital FM radio presenter and legendary deejay Alex Ndawula has died. Ndawula, according to reports breathed his last on Monday evening at Nsambya Hospital...

Cindy, Fik Fameica, Winnie Nwagi Thrill Fans at Capital FM Tour...

Party lovers in Mbale were once again treated a musical bash when the Capital FM National tour came to their city over the weekend. Singers...

Why the Winner of Capital FM Car Giveaway was Asked to...

Local Radio Station Capital FM has asked Rebecca Nassazi, the lucky winner of a car from their recent promotion to return it. Nassazi was handed...

Capital FM Unveils The Big Wedding Season 6

Uganda’s biggest radio station Capital FM partnering with Rwandar Air, Brenda Maraka, Sheraton Hotel, Stanbic Bank, NBL, MB Image World, Events Ware House Stanbic...

“I Haven’t Retired” – Alex Ndawula Trashes Reports

Veteran Ugandan radio presenter and deejay, Alex Ndawula has responded to reports from some sections of the media that he has retired. Ndawula was last...
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Youth Tipped on Measuring Own Invented Businesses

Over 100 youth have been trained in how to use monitoring and evaluation tools to track business goals under the MTN youth Skilling program. The...

UNEB Directs Headteachers to Display Registers of Candidates

The Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB has directed all primary and secondary schools to display a register of candidates who are going to sit for...

Anti-Corruption Court Judge Loses Interest in Kazinda’s Case

The Anti-Corruption Court Judge Lawrence Gidudu has lost interest in jailing former principal accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister, Geoffrey Kazinda saying...

State Tables More Evidence Against MPs Segirinya, Ssewanyana

The Director of Public Prosecutions has tabled more evidence that she intends to use to prosecute the murder and terrorism cases against the Kawempe...

Outsourcing: The Missing Piece in Uganda’s Job Creation Puzzle

By: Erick Wilson Wafula African governments and the private sector need to create around 12 million jobs annually to absorb the new graduates entering the...