A two-year-old disabled child has been left in the care of an eighty-year-old grandmother who is partially blind and almost too weak to fend for herself. Olara Joshua was born two years ago with a low brain growth rate and hernia, which needs immediate medical operation. But besides Olara,...
The Makerere University guild race is heating up and those vying for the position of guild presidency are busy canvassing for votes.
Several young men who failed to find placement in the job market after dropping out of school, opted for car repair jobs, starting as spanner boys but later turn out to be professionals having a life time career.
Traffic signs are some of the most important requirements on any standard roads across the globe. But in Uganda, most of the roads constructed have limited road signs while some simply don’t have. And for roads installed with traffic signs, they have been vandalized, making it difficult for motorists...
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.
Namugongo's Ten Year Old Mechanic
The Tororo Municipality Mayor John Opio is coming up with solutions to support the street kids and also reunite them with their families. The plan to resettle the increasing street children is expected to not decongest the city but also ensure a clean town.
Not so many people would open up about how and why they changed their religion. But for Joseph Collins Twahirwa Collins who is popularly known as prophet Joseph Collins, its something that he speaks about without any fear. The fourth born in the family of four broke his silence...
Barbra Amutuhairwe tells the story of William Mukaira, a resident of Bushenyi district who has been making valley wine for the last 14 years. Inspired by a friend, Mukaira ventured into wine production on a small scale and has grown as one of the biggest wine producers in Western...
Of late, the Uganda Peoples defense Forces had restored sanity on major Uganda’s waters, foiling illegal fishing activities. But some fishermen say the officers are violently harassing them, allegations that the army spokesperson Richard Karemire says the army is investigating.
As refugees from South Sudan continue to trickle into Uganda in large numbers, the roads have become terrible with the coming of the rain. To make it worse food is not enough
Whenever Karamoja is mentioned, many people think of hunger, malnutrition, poor weather patterns and street children. But there are also many good and unique things about Karamoja. Richard Oyel explores the beautiful side of Karamoja in his story.
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.
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.
He started meat roasting job as last resort but does not regret the decision in-spite of the setbacks
The security situation in south Sudan hasn’t improved yet and this is exerting more pressure on Uganda, the host country of thousands of refuges. But for girls who were forced out of school, life has not been easy. Dominick Otuluget tells the story of Julie Wahida who was forced...
Francis Gimara Calls for Review of the Land Act.