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  • Uganda to construct a regional oncology institute

    Government in partnership with the African Development Bank plans to construct the East African regional oncology institute to offer training to medical workers on how to handle cancer, a disease said to be on the increase in the region. The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health Dr. Asuman Lukwago says the


  • Gang rape suspects recieve ruling today

    Buganda road court chief magistrate Lillian Buchana is today expected to deliver her judgment in a case where two Pakistan Nationals are accused of domestic violence and sodomising a 23 year old Ugandan house help. Prosecution alleges that Ahmad Shahbaz and Mohammed Wagas allegedly committed the offence between December, 2012


  • Suspects of Gang rape ruling today

    Buganda road court chief magistrate Lillian Buchana is today expected to deliver her judgment in a case where two Pakistan Nationals are accused of domestic violence and sodomising a 23 year old Ugandan house help. Prosecution alleges that Ahmad Shahbaz and Mohammed Wagas allegedly committed the offence between December, 2012


  • 260 rape cases reported in Iganga district in 2014

    The police crime report for the year ending 2014 indicates that a total of 260 cases of rape were registered in Iganga district. Iganga District Police Commander Herbert Nuwagaba says out of the 260 cases, 120 of them are aggravated rape cases. Nuwagaba attributes the increasing cases to drug abuse,


  • Sustain parliament’s integrity-Oulanya

    The Deputy Speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanyah challenges staff of parliament to help in sustaining integrity in the institution of parliament by resisting attempts by Mps or even the office of the speaker. Olanyah says that staffs of parliament have a lot of experience in handling both political and administrative


  • ‘Renegade’ General Sejusa unveils next action after exile.

    By Rose Namale Gen David Sejusa is set to travel to Kampala next week at his city home in Naguru to announce his next move and also   clarify on the ongoing miss leading reports. Publicity Secretary GEN SEJUSA RETURN COMMITTEE, Moses Bigirwa says that they have informed the police about