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Star FM’s Mulindwa Muwonge Laid to Rest

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Fallen media personality Mulindwa Muwonge was on Thursday afternoon (July 20th, 2017) laid to rest at Mwalo Village in Kyabakuza – Masaka. Muwonge passed on...

Asan Kasingye Mourns Fallen Presenter Mulindwa Muwonge: You Introduced Me to...

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Uganda Police Spokesperson Asan Kasingye has mourned fallen media personality Mulindwa Muwonge and praised him for grooming him for radio. Muwonge passed on Wednesday evening...

Star FM’s Mulindwa Muwonge Passes On

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Sad news reaching us indicates that veteran Ugandan journalist, radio presenter and event’s emcee Mulindwa Muwonge has passed on. Muwonge passed on this evening (Wednesday...
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Ghetto Youths, Public Given 14-Days to Surrender Army Uniforms

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Some reformed ex-criminals and suspects in some of the pending cases have told the Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander Senior Commissioner of Police –SCP Stephen...

Minister Nankabirwa Given 7 Days to Explain Nationwide Power Outages

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Members of Parliament have demanded from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development a comprehensive statement on persistent power outages currently being experienced nationwide. Rising...

URSB, UMRA Skill Money Lenders, Financial Institutions on Use of Movable Property as Collateral

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Uganda’s business environment was severely impacted by the COVID-19 global pandemic, which reversed gains in capital growth and opened up financing gaps. To enhance...

MTN Bicycle Races Excite Kaliro and Kamuli Residents

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The first edition of the long awaited MTN Busoga masaza cycling competition has continued to gain momentum with more cyclists turning up to represent...
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Parents and adult relatives urged to adopt parenting without violence

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The Joining Forces Coalition has urged parents and adult relatives to adopt parenting without violence after a report revealed that they are the most common perpetrators of physical violence in childhood.