SK Mbuga’s wife faces extradition to Sweden

Ms Angella Vivienne Chebet, who is wanted in Sweden over a case of defrauding 53m Krona (Shs20.6 b) from her Swedish boyfriend Sten Heinsoo, was arrested by Criminal Investigation Directorate (CID) detectives last Thursday.

Daily Monitor Feb 20, 2019

Has MUASA become a political party?

Someone visiting Makerere these past six weeks would have had a hard time figuring out who is running the university, the central administration or MUASA?

New Vision Feb 20, 2019

Heavy police deployment ahead of Busoga DP-UYD reunion- PHOTOS

Justifying the deployment, the Kiira region Police Spokesperson, Ms Dianah Nandaula, said the Opposition did not follow the right guidelines and the reunion will not take place.

Daily Monitor Feb 20, 2019

Amin killed Luwum, Kiwanuka, Kalimuzo, Theresa Nanziri - but

Last weekend marked the 42nd anniversary of the murder of the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Janani Luwum by military ruler Idi Amin’s security agents.

Daily Monitor Feb 20, 2019

MTN will be punished if it breached guidelines - UCC

Speaking on the sidelines of a stakeholder meeting for East African Communications Organisation on Monday, Mr Godfrey Mutabazi, the UCC executive director, said they, together with security agencies, are investigating to ascertain whether MTN brea...

Daily Monitor Feb 19, 2019

MPs query inflated Lubowa hospital loan

State minister for Finance (Planning) David Bahati and her counterpart, Dr Ruth Aceng (Health), were appearing before the committee to defend the $379 million (about Shs1.3 trillion) project to be constructed in Lubowa, along the Kampala-Entebbe R...

Daily Monitor Feb 20, 2019

God and justice: Gay church prays for historic Kenya ruling

Dozens of LGBT churchgoers and their allies crammed into a tiny room Sunday to worship ahead of Friday’s potentially historic decision by Kenya’s High Court on whether laws that criminalise homosexuality are unconstitutional.

The Independent Feb 20, 2019

Ugandan sides earn bronze in first hockey fives tourney

“The 2-1 loss to Tausi on the last day was very painful but we picked positives and lessons.” Boys’ coach Vincent Kasasa thinks they were let down by injuries to Mark Mawanda and Brian Ofoyimungu.

Daily Monitor Feb 19, 2019