Current Affairs

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

Face Off with Banyenzaki, Former MP & Minister, Business man & Director Operation wealth Creation
Aba Boda Boda 2010 babbi - Omukozi e Makindye
Police has rescued property of Boda Boda 2010 in Makindye. But some furniture has been broken, nothing has been burnt yet.
Boda boda rider: I was very happy when they arrested the Boda Boda 2010 but we still don't understand why IGP denied them at first but then later came out to take responsibility.
Some stalls still empty due to high dues.
Is 32 years worth celebrating?
Why is Marriage Becoming so Fragile?
Vendors in Bushenyi Municipality have abandoned their market over high dues. The multi billion market commissioned in 2005, is one of the seven markets that were built to accommodate the traders. The market now has over sixty stalls and shops and supplies people from Bushenyi town. The traders said...
A number of schools in Kabale district be it gov’t or private are struggling to survive claiming that government has rendered them little support. Some have now resorted to starting small scale projects like rabbit rearing to generate income and be able to feed learners.
The tradition of celebrating visitors is still deeply rooted among the Karamojong people. When visitors arrive, the community gathers around, slaughter a bull and share the meals with the visitor. The occasion is graced by elders from different clans.
Infections among children are increasing at an alarming rate, and presenting enormous challenges to health practitioners. Most parents are however worried about the infections, wondering what exactly the problem could be. At least five out of children diagnosed in hospitals, have infections.
Many people in Uganda live below the poverty line, and the need to survive at times forces them to think outside. This is what Anna grace Atelu did to be able to put food on the table, by venturing into brick making.
The Kadam community living in an isolated settlement will soon have the first school constructed in their area. The pledge was made by a not for profit organization, fields of life in partnership with the government of Uganda. The school will be constructed in Komaret.
Police arrests two of the gang leaders. NBS reporter severely hurt during the arrest.
Makerere University 68th graduation kicks off today.