With the increasing rates of unemployment among the youth, job creation has been encouraged by the experts to curb the rates. Twenty Four year old Onesmus Rutalo decided to start shoe shinning along Mulago road in order to earn a living. Patience Ndinawe now reports.
He said it and stands by his statement. Kampala Central MP Mohamed Nsereko supports Brigadier Kasirye Gwanga and believes the presidential advisor on security was right to burn a grader.
The grace period is over, and Tororo market vendors have to vacate and pave way for the construction of the new market. But the vendors are still asking for more time from Municipal leaders. The construction works have dragged for years, and finally the authorities have agreed to roll...
The young doctor from Iran was talking of up and down, I hope the down is not from Uganda
The rate, at which young girls below the age of 18 are getting pregnancies in Tororo district, is worrying local leaders. Over 5684 cases were registered last year unlike 2016 where about where only 3500 cases were registered. The local leaders are now blaming these cases on household poverty...
Arapai market is the market which all residents of this place don't miss. Items such as second hand clothes are sold.
The broken bridge in Namisindwa district in Eastern Uganda has left residents stranded. This bridge connects the sub counties of Magale and Bupoto, linking the newly created district to Mbale, Manafa and Tororo. It has now become hard for the movement of goods and people to the market.
Kasule Lumumba and Tanga Odoi on NRM Fired Workers.
In my job my life, we feature Allen Nabukenya who is making a fortune from craft bags. She opens up about her job and life.
Francis Gimara Calls for Review of the Land Act.
It’s a few days to women’s day that is celebrated every year on 8th march, and on your Ruth Nantaba tells the story of a woman who is earning a living from charcoal selling.
Crime in Kawempe keeps resurfacing day by day, rendering all effort by Police and area leaders to reduce crime rates difficult. Local leaders blame crime rates on drug abuse.
Opposition's Winnie Kiiza on the State of Security in the Country.