A group of Banyoro under Mubende Banyoro Committee (MBC) is taking the case against the British government in the Court of England over atrocities committed by the British army during the fight against Omukama Kabalega.
An increase in the number of people buying mobile phone airtime and taking beer during the festive season has resulted into a surplus revenue collection of 28 billion shillings in January, according to Uganda Revenue Authority (URA).
In what appears to be Bob Astles\' last interview before he died on December 29 last year, he told Ezzeldden Haggaaz that Amin was generally bad for Uganda and described Ugandans as wise for allowing President Museveni to have a third presidential term. Framing Museveni as a greedy person, Bob, as he was commonly known, argued that the third term for Museveni saved the country from chaos.
A total of 15 people from three cells of Sooko in Nyamarebe Sub-County, Ibanda district, infected with lymphatic filariasis commonly known as elephantiasis are calling for help as they struggle to treat themselves.
Workers MP Arinaitwe Rwakajara is seeking to table a private memberâ€™s Bill on the minimum wage in Uganda. The Legislator says the Minimum Wage Bill 2013 will emphasise wages for all workers set by a representative board of minimum wages.
Luweero Woman MP Brenda Nabukenya has taken the General Aronda Nyakairima coup talk case to the High Court. Nabukenya has appealed against the recent decision by Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court, dismissing an application intended to issue criminal summons against General Nyakairima, the Chief of Defence Forces, over comments he reportedly made recently about the possibility of a military coup.