Current Affairs

This category brings you news on what is going on within our country as well as beyond our borders

Gerald Matembu: Mbale produced the first speaker of Uganda during post-independence that's why the town is significant
I don’t know if this is a drainage channel or not because all I see is Kaveera and clogging. People are cleaning their immediate surrounding(which is good) but they end up dumping the rubbish in the drainage channels.
Following the Ghetto youth fund, youth in Mbale are bitter that president M7 only thought about Kampala, they urge him to extend these funds to other parts of the country because they also have ghettos.
This year's theme: Enhancing value addition through industrialization
Kalandazzi swamp on Masaka road has now become a serious black spot. In a period of just 12 months, over 14 people have lost their lives in the same place.
Uganda Human Rights Commission To Commemorate The Constitution Day
Arua 34 treason suspects are expected to appear in court today. The court is slated to start at 9 am but we already have people streaming in.
Yesterday evening, Toyota showroom on 2nd street industrial area caught fire, they don’t know what exactly caused the fire but investigations are still ongoing. Everything is in total shambles. But the management says that after investigations are concluded, they’ll hold a press conference and inform the public about what...
Mistrust among Democratic party members continues to create factions and split-outs within the party.
Hakim Kanyere: In Jinja, a section of FDC, supporters over the weekend celebrated the departure of the Muntu camp, they have denounced the Jinja East MP Paul Mwiru saying that him being close to Muntu signifies him leaving.
Bichachi: I think that even before Muntu went out for consultations, the delegates had already made their decision and he should have respected that.
Richard Todwong: It's unfortunate that those who wish to remove NRM from power are not organized, they’re wasting time in resolving issues amongst themselves.
Bichachi: I think that even before Muntu went out for consultations, the delegates had already made their decision and he should have respected that.
Richard Todwong: It's unfortunate that those who wish to remove NRM from power are not organized, they’re wasting time in resolving issues amongst themselves.