The Housing crunch in Masaka Municipality is forcing people out of town. Farish Magembe tells the story of how residents struggling to cope with the demands of landlords who are rising rent charges whenever they wish.
A water crisis has hit Kiweesa village in Wakiso district, making it difficult for residents to access safe and clean water. The situation is forcing residents to consume unsafe water, exposing their lives to waterborne diseases. Kiweesa village is located along Mityana road after Buloba.
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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.
Skating is a professional sport but in Uganda we see many young boys holding themselves behind fast moving cars, an act that is absolutely risky. Let’s find out why skaters opt for hard tarmac roads other than the slanted surface.
In my job my life, we feature Issa Kikonyogo who is making a fortune from carpentry. Kikonyogo opens up about her job and life.
The refugee influx from South Sudan continues to worry humanitarian agencies with the numbers increasing daily. Moses Mukitale tells his story from Omugo refugee camps in West Nile.
Now following a story that was reported on your story, about Masaka’s garbage problem, locals’ leaders have embarked on cleaning the town. And this is what is happening in Masaka as the Municipal health Inspector reacts to the challenge.
In Kamwokya, Eddy Kiseka brings what locals are going through daily, especially those sleeping near drainage channels.
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,...
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...
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.
With the increasing unemployment in the country, many youth continue to wonder what available options to take up. Many are quite skeptical and scared of investing their hard earned money into any business that they are not sure of getting the desired returns. Eddy Kiseka tells the story of...
Locals seem to be increasingly getting tired of poor service delivery. This bad road in Ssenge Kayunga Wakiso district is now impassable following what residents’ term as neglect by the district authorities. Allan Mwesigwa tells the story of a road that has been cut off
Defilement remains one of the biggest problems and one of the most repeated forms of child abuse in the country. Unfortunately in some areas, parents of victims opt for cash and bribes from defilers in order to settle cases of defilement out of court. Out of court settlement are...
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.
Zebra crossings are not decorations; they are on roads for a purpose. Unfortunately in Uganda, drivers are not allowing passengers cross the road safely. Violet Namata tells her story of how drivers are refusing to allow pedestrians cross at zebra crossings, a habit that needs to be managed.
Now change is indeed a fact of life and you just can’t avoid. Known for walking kilometers even at night to find a place for a long call in an open defecation, this culture is changing in Karamoja. A big number of locals in this region especially Nakapiripiriti are...
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...