Queen Elizabeth National Park has been described as a medley of nature” you can never get that feeling until you visited this National. This sneak peek gives images of some of the flora and fauna in this park. We also found a number of foreign tourists
Our reporter visited the Democratic Party-DP and Uganda People's Congress-UPC along Duster Street and Kampala Road respectively and found a quiet environment compared to the pomp that characterised the Constitutional court judgment on the same matter in Mbale last year.
According to the Kyenjojo District Police Commander - DPC, James Kawalya, the taxi registration number UAL 115B was intercepted on Thursday morning in Kyenjojo Town Council by police who were patrolling the area.
VS Hydro Uganda Limited is a company owned by nationals from Sri-Lanka generating power for Nyamugasana 1 and 2 power plants in Kyalhumba sub county, Kasese district.
Now, employees, mainly casual labourers have laid down their tools accusing the company of mistreatment.
Yusuf Kato Kibalama, the host of Political talk show dubbed “Agali Awamu” notes, says the radio went off just ten minutes into the talk show. He says minutes later security officers surrounded the radio station prompting management to lock the premises.
The State Minister for Environment Mary Goretti Kitutu challenged the women to use their influence of numbers to practically spearhead a massive tree planting campaign in their respective areas for purposes of restoring the destroyed environment features.
The bus registration number UAT 395 P ISUZU type belonging to Swift Safaris bus company lost control after hitting a road hump at Kitoojo before veering off the road and overturning.
Greater Bushenyi regional police spokesperson Martial Tumusiime says that the exact number of injured is not yet known since the injured were rushed to different facilities depending on the type of injuries sustained.
Section 14 of the Land (Amendment) Act, 2004, defines family land as land where the family home is situated, land that helps sustain the family (such as land for crops or animals or land from which the family earns an income), or land that according to the family’s norms, custom or tradition is called family land.