Current Affairs

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

There is no connection between MTN yellow and NRM yellow
Health officials in the Elgon region are worried about the measles outbreak that so far have caused more illness than at the same time last year. The airborne disease had been confirmed after several tests were done.
Kampala's Flood Prone Areas Aftermath.
Innovation and creative ideas stirred by the 21st century technological evolutions may see Uganda register a milestone in technological industrialization across the globe. In your Story today, Paul Kayonga narrates how a Ugandan youth led hi-tech hub has successfully designed and set to produce a Ugandan made mobile phone.
Irene Mulyagonja on Investigating Bank of Uganda.
A recent report by civil society budget advocacy group CSBAG indicated that Tororo municipality is among the dirtiest in the country. But resident disagree who do not agree with the findings, are blaming town dwellers of failing the municipal authorities in their effort to clean the town.
Graves of the first British Commissioner to Teso district and an Indian coolie, who died during the construction of the Uganda railway, are on the verge of being lost forever. The graves are unattended to below Soroti’s Opiya rock and failure by the Soroti municipal council to maintain the...
The possibility of having to live without seeing is a topic many fear to discuss. However this is the only world Ali Muzamiru has known all his life but this impairment couldn’t even stop him from leaving his dream and being awesome while at it. Muzamiru has defied odds...
At the height of the dotcom boom, the Internet cafe's future looked assured and it seemed that every Café would have customers. Around Universities it was a must for most students to do research, type and print their course work in café’s. Today, majority university students have Internet access...
Kampala is increasingly becoming one of the most dangerous places to travel by foot. Pedestrians account for the big number of fatalities in the country, and these have served as a wake up call in a city that is struggling with traffic congestion and air pollution. Richard Oyel looks...
Dr. Deus Muhwezi: Evening programs were not scrapped like the media has been reporting, they’ve been made business of colleges and the university will only manage the day program that runs from 8am to 5pm.