14000 Examiners deployed to mark P7, S4 exams – UNEB

The Uganda National Examinations Board -UNEB have finalized the preparations for marking of Primary Leaving Examination -PLE and the Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE scripts that were conducted from 17th October to the end of this month 2022.  Addressing the...

Joseph Kabuleta, Sheikh Mwanje arrested

URN   Unknown security operatives have picked former presidential candidate and the National Economic Empowerment Dialogue (NEED) party president, Mr Joseph Kabuleta and taken him to a yet to be known place. The plain-clothed men reportedly grabbed Kabuleta from...

PWDs decry increasing cases of gender based violence

Persons living with disabilities in Masaka have decried increasing cases of torture against them. They raised concerns during a meeting organized by ADD International, an NGO which fights for the rights of the PWDs living with HIV/AIDS in commemoration of 16 days of...

Kabuleta asks Museveni to treat ongoing insecurity “seriously”

NAKAYIMA PATRICIA   The National Economic Empowerment Dialogue has asked President Museveni to treat the ongoing insecurity in the country “very seriously”, noting that it has claimed the lives of security officers. He was addressing the media  before his alleged...

Religious leaders oppose govt’s move to close PTCs

Nakayima Patricia Religious leaders have challenged the government over plans to close down the core Primary Teaching Colleges (PTCs) across the country. Last year, the Ministry of Education and Sports announced plans to phase out at least 23 Primary Teachers Colleges...

14000 Examiners deployed to mark P7, S4 exams – UNEB

The Uganda National Examinations Board -UNEB have finalized the preparations for marking of Primary Leaving Examination -PLE and the Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE scripts that were conducted from 17th October to the end of this month 2022.  Addressing the...

Joseph Kabuleta, Sheikh Mwanje arrested

URN   Unknown security operatives have picked former presidential candidate and the National Economic Empowerment Dialogue (NEED) party president, Mr Joseph Kabuleta and taken him to a yet to be known place. The plain-clothed men reportedly grabbed Kabuleta from...

PWDs decry increasing cases of gender based violence

Persons living with disabilities in Masaka have decried increasing cases of torture against them. They raised concerns during a meeting organized by ADD International, an NGO which fights for the rights of the PWDs living with HIV/AIDS in commemoration of 16 days of...

Kabuleta asks Museveni to treat ongoing insecurity “seriously”

NAKAYIMA PATRICIA   The National Economic Empowerment Dialogue has asked President Museveni to treat the ongoing insecurity in the country “very seriously”, noting that it has claimed the lives of security officers. He was addressing the media  before his alleged...

Religious leaders oppose govt’s move to close PTCs

Nakayima Patricia Religious leaders have challenged the government over plans to close down the core Primary Teaching Colleges (PTCs) across the country. Last year, the Ministry of Education and Sports announced plans to phase out at least 23 Primary Teachers Colleges...

Haphazard Efforts to Organise Boda Boda Industry Irk Riders

urn The abortive efforts by the government to organise the Boda Boda Industry have rubbed several riders in Kampala the wrong way. There have been several efforts by the former Kampala City Council-KCC and later the Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to organise the...

Soldier Succumbs to Injuries Sustained During Iganga Operation

Private Osubon Kowe from Mbuya military barracks has succumbed to the injuries he sustained during the joint security operation that led to the arrest of private Rodgers Alibuza on Saturday. Kowe was part of the joint security forces that engaged in a gunfire exchange...

Invasive Mosquito Threatens Malaria Control in Africa

Malaria exploded this year in the Ethiopian city of Dire Dawa, which saw more than 10 times as many cases between January and May as it did in all of 2019. What made this spike in cases unusual is that it happened outside the rainy season, when malaria typically...

MPs demand apology from Attorney General Kiwanuka over torture lies at UN

The Members of Parliament have asked the Attorney General Kiryowa Kiwanuka to apologize to the country for lying to the delegation at the United Nations-UN committee on acts of torture against suspects in the so called safe houses in Uganda. Bukonzo West MP Atikins...

Prioritize investment in essential diabetes products-WHO

BY PATRICIA NAKAYIMA The World Health Organization Regional Director for Africa, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti has appealed to governments in Africa to prioritize investment in essential diabetes products, such as insulin, glucometers, and test strips. Her appeal comes as the...

Invasive Mosquito Threatens Malaria Control in Africa

Malaria exploded this year in the Ethiopian city of Dire Dawa, which saw more than 10 times as many cases between January and May as it did in all of 2019. What made this spike in cases unusual is that it happened outside the rainy season, when malaria typically...

Mali Rights Commission Condemns Restrictions on Free Press

BAMAKO, MALI —  Mali's National Human Rights Commission has condemned restrictions on press freedom, after authorities suspended one the country's main TV channels. Action was taken against Joliba TV after it aired an editorial criticizing rising intolerance and...

EAC SUMMIT: Rwanda’s Kagame meets DRC Prime Minister

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has met face to face with DRC Prime Minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde at a special EAC High Level Consultative meeting held Monday in Egypt at the sidelines of the meeting of United Nations Framework on Climate Change (COP-27). Monday’s...

Queen Elizabeth II: A life in pictures

Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. Her son King Charles III said the death of his beloved mother was a "moment of great sadness" for him and his family and that her loss would be "deeply...

President-elect Ruto pledges economic revival, cohesion

Kenya’s incoming President William Ruto said Monday his administration will prioritize economic turnaround, peace, reconciliation, and cohesion once he is sworn into office next week. Ruto in a televised address to the nation soon after the Supreme Court declared he...

Sudan warns of Nile’s rising water level amid heavy flooding

Khartoum, Sudan | Xinhua The Nile River’s water level is rising alarmingly in its sections in Sudan, local authorities warned on Wednesday, prompting new flood concerns in areas that have already been fighting floodwater or battered by torrential rains since June....

WFP demands return of seized fuel aid supplies in northern Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | Xinhua | The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) on Thursday demanded the return of over half a million liters of fuel seized by armed men in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region. In a press statement, Executive Director of the WFP David...

Zaporizhzhia: World narrowly avoided radiation accident – Zelensky

Europe faced the prospect of a radiation disaster on Thursday when a Russian-occupied nuclear plant was disconnected from Ukraine's power grid, President Volodomyr Zelensky has said. It was only due to back-up electricity kicking in that the Zaporizhzhia plant was...

Trump: Judge orders release of redacted search court papers

SOURCE BBC NEWS A US judge has ordered investigators to release a redacted version of court papers that convinced him to authorise a search of Donald Trump's estate. The public version of the affidavit, a document that includes the evidence gathered by prosecutors,...

Ukraine war: Russia railway station strike kills 22, injures dozens

BBC   A Russian rocket strike on a Ukrainian train station has killed 22 people, Ukraine says, on the day marking six months since Moscow's invasion began. It says five of the victims of the attack in the eastern town of Chaplyne burnt to death in a vehicle. An...

14000 Examiners deployed to mark P7, S4 exams – UNEB

The Uganda National Examinations Board -UNEB have finalized the preparations for marking of Primary Leaving Examination -PLE and the Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE scripts that were conducted from 17th October to the end of this month 2022.  Addressing the...

Religious leaders oppose govt’s move to close PTCs

Nakayima Patricia Religious leaders have challenged the government over plans to close down the core Primary Teaching Colleges (PTCs) across the country. Last year, the Ministry of Education and Sports announced plans to phase out at least 23 Primary Teachers Colleges...

AFCON U20 Zonal Qualifiers: Hippos determined to seal qualification against hosts Sudan

Uganda Hippos return into action tonight against hosts Sudan in the semi finals at the ongoing CECAFA AFCON U20 Zonal Qualifiers in Sudan. It will be the first time in the tournament that the Hippos will be playing on artificial turf at Kober stadium. Nothing but...

Karisa confident Uganda Cranes will overcome Tanzania hurdle to seal qualification

Uganda Cranes are 90 minutes away from sealing qualification to the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN). The team has to get a positive result in the return leg against Tanzania on Saturday to sail through. The Cranes carry 1-0 advantage from the reverse fixture....

CHAN qualifiers: Micho cautions players ahead of Tanzania return leg

Uganda Cranes Head Coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic is preaching caution to his players ahead of the return leg of the TotalEnergies African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Tanzania. The Cranes will host the Taifa Stars of Tanzania on Saturday at the St....

Nanga wants teamwork

Coach Yusuf Nanga is counting on unity as the key pivot to Uganda’s chances at the inaugural ICC Africa Girls U-19 World Cup Qualifiers. The International Cricket Council (ICC) mooted the idea of the Youth Twenty20 World Cup for the females early this year. Uganda...

CHAN Qualifier Preparations:Uganda Cranes Fall To Zanzibar In Friendly Match

BY OUR REPORTER Uganda Cranes suffered defeat in their final friendly game ahead of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) Qualifiers against Tanzania. Despite being dominant and producing the better scoring chances, Uganda fell to Zanzibar 1-0 at Amaan Stadium on...

CAF Women’s Champions League: She Corporate defy odds to reach final

BY MARTIN MUGAMBI AND DENIS NADDULI   She Corporate put up a resilient performance to stun Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) FC to reach this year’s CAF Women’s Champions League regional qualifier final. In the game played at Chamazi Stadium in Dar es Salaam on...

Liverpool beaten by Manchester United at Old Trafford

Liverpool website Liverpool were beaten 2-1 by Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Monday night. Jadon Sancho put the hosts a goal up inside the opening 10 minutes before Marcus Rashford made it 2-0 not long after the break. Mohamed Salah did...

Former Uganda Cranes Captain Jimmy Kirunda Dead

OUR REPOTER Uganda Cranes former star and football captain for the national team Jimmy Kirunda has passed on. The 70-year old reportedly collapsed while walking in Bwaise, on the outskirts of Kampala this afternoon and was pronounced dead moments later. Kirunda was...

Haphazard Efforts to Organise Boda Boda Industry Irk Riders

urn The abortive efforts by the government to organise the Boda Boda Industry have rubbed several riders in Kampala the wrong way. There have been several efforts by the former Kampala City Council-KCC and later the Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to organise the...

Mali Rights Commission Condemns Restrictions on Free Press

BAMAKO, MALI —  Mali's National Human Rights Commission has condemned restrictions on press freedom, after authorities suspended one the country's main TV channels. Action was taken against Joliba TV after it aired an editorial criticizing rising intolerance and...

Banking Industry Investigates Fraud Incident at Airtel Money

The Airtel mobile wallet, a platform for banking transactions using the Airtel network remains inaccessible a week after the system was first disrupted. Transactions, particularly withdrawing money from bank accounts to mobile wallets were disrupted since Thursday,...

TACKLING TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN UGANDA REQUIRES SUSTAINED AND COORDINATED ACTION

By: KATAMU NEDINANI & NAKAYIMA PATRICIA Like it is said that; it takes a Nation to raise a child, so is the need to deal with impress of teenage pregnancy, which has increasingly cost Uganda over 650 billion shillings annually in effecting care to the child...

Police block Akamwesi exhibition

by mujukira  zeverio xvia   Police in Kampala have this morning blocked an exhibition that had been organized by Kawempe Division leadership According to Kawempe Mayor, Emmanuel Sserunjoji, the three-day exhibition was meant to start today at Akamwesi Shopping...

Lawyers move to stop East Africa labour export

OUR REPORTER Six of the seven member states of the East African Community (EAC) have been dragged to the East African Court of Justice in Arusha, Tanzania, on accusations of failing to protect their citizens from human trafficking and slave trade. Documents of the...

Commercial banks solid enough to withstand shocks, says BoU

BY OUR REPORTER Bank of Uganda conducted stress tests on five banks last year to test resilience, according to Deputy Governor Michael Atingi-Ego. The stress tests, he said, were conducted on systemically important domestic banks to ensure that they were safe and...

KCCA postpones Boda boda census to September, 16th, 2022

BY KATAMU EDDY NEDINANI   KCCA has postponed the Boda Boda census exercise  to September, 16th, 2022 Addressing the media in Kampala this morning, the Deputy executive director Eng. David Luyimbazi reveals, that effective Monday, the Boda Boda census, being...

MPs call for PDM implementation strategy

BY KATAMU EDDY NEDINANI Government has been urged to develop a clear equitable allocation formula for funds under the Parish Development Model (PDM) that takes into consideration different demographic, geographical and socio-economic dynamics. According to...

Uganda’s insurance premiums up 18.5% to Shs711.6bn

Insurers in Uganda have recorded an 18.5% growth in gross written premiums for the six-month period ending June.30 to Shs 711.6bn. Results released in Kampala on Aug.18 indicate that the non-life insurance business generated Shs406.37bn as the life insurance business...

Kabuleta asks Museveni to treat ongoing insecurity “seriously”

NAKAYIMA PATRICIA   The National Economic Empowerment Dialogue has asked President Museveni to treat the ongoing insecurity in the country “very seriously”, noting that it has claimed the lives of security officers. He was addressing the media  before his alleged...

Religious leaders oppose govt’s move to close PTCs

Nakayima Patricia Religious leaders have challenged the government over plans to close down the core Primary Teaching Colleges (PTCs) across the country. Last year, the Ministry of Education and Sports announced plans to phase out at least 23 Primary Teachers Colleges...

Haphazard Efforts to Organise Boda Boda Industry Irk Riders

urn The abortive efforts by the government to organise the Boda Boda Industry have rubbed several riders in Kampala the wrong way. There have been several efforts by the former Kampala City Council-KCC and later the Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to organise the...

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is considering legal redress to challenge provisions of the law that allow Parliament to organise, conduct, manage and at the same time participate in the voting process of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) elections.

By: KATAMU NEDINANI & NAKAYIMA PATRICIA The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is considering legal redress to challenge provisions of the law that allow Parliament to organise, conduct, manage and at the same time participate in the voting process of the East...

Speaker Among Receives Assassination Threats

The Speaker of Parliament Anita Among has told legislators that she has received assassination threats from people she didn’t disclose. She revealed this during plenary on Thursday shortly after the Katikamu South MP, Hassan Kirumira queried the recurring abduction of...

Queen Elizabeth II: A life in pictures

Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. Her son King Charles III said the death of his beloved mother was a "moment of great sadness" for him and his family and that her loss would be "deeply...

President-elect Ruto pledges economic revival, cohesion

Kenya’s incoming President William Ruto said Monday his administration will prioritize economic turnaround, peace, reconciliation, and cohesion once he is sworn into office next week. Ruto in a televised address to the nation soon after the Supreme Court declared he...

Makerere plans to gift all professors with ‘jobs for life’

URN   Makerere university staff at different levels are embroiled in debates on a proposal by the university council to review senior staff terms and enable professors to work until 80 years of age. Specifically, the policy is set to be changed so that professors...

Govt spent 714bn on vehicles in FY 2021/22

BY MUJUKIRA ZEVRIO XVIA It has been established that in the 2021/22 financial year budget, government spent Shs714b towards the purchasing of vehicles for public servants and politicians in the country. The cost consists of the following; fuel, lubricants and oils...

MPs call for PDM implementation strategy

BY KATAMU EDDY NEDINANI Government has been urged to develop a clear equitable allocation formula for funds under the Parish Development Model (PDM) that takes into consideration different demographic, geographical and socio-economic dynamics. According to...

Stevour Chritian High School

Stevour Christian High School is founded on grounds of answering a calling of a long time great need for a school that will bring out products of students who excel academically, prosper in life but most importantly having Christ central at heart, character, virtues, benefiting the society and aiming at eternal life. Click for more

Innerman Ministries - UCC

United Christian Centre (UCC) is a registered Pentecostal Church in Makerere Kikoni – Kampala and the home of Innerman Ministries International. UCC Church is being pastored by Pastor Dr. Joseph Selumaga a ministry successor to Bishop Stephen Senfuma who the Lord called back to himself in 26th June 2021.

Innerman Primary School

Innerman Pre-Primary School is a Church founded school that was setup in order to address the high illiteracy levels in the community that was caused due to heightened academic costs in the region. for more information Call +256707222888 or +256783671883.

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