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US warns Museveni over involvement in Democratic Republic of Congo

The US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton has warned President Museveni of the Republic of Uganda and his counterpart Paul Kagame of the Republic of Rwanda to stop recruiting and funding M23 Rebels to destabilise and kill civilians in DR Congo. Sources in Kampala told our informers that ms Hilary Clinton who is on a […]

Workers demonstration in Kampala

  The workers strike began today, 04th June, 2012. The workers are demanding for the minimum wage, industrial Court, workers involvement in NSSF affairs and the amendment of the NSSF Act to cater for workers” interests, among other demands. Many workers have kept around Kampala in the City Centre and waited for instructions from their […]

Front Line Fellowship for Human Rights Defenders

Front Line Fellowship for Human Rights Defenders: Each year Front Line recruits two human rights defenders at risk to take part in a 6 month fellowship and training program. The locations could include Dublin, Brussels etc. Selected participants work on a specific project related to the international protection of human rights defenders as well as […]

Intelligence report asks Museveni to create jobs for youths to reduce their involvement in demonstrations

An intelligence report by the Chieftaincy of Military intelligence (CMI) has advised president Museveni and his government to create more jobs for unemployed youths in order to reduce their involvement in strikes, crimes and demonstrations. The report signed by one of the directors of CMI in charge of economic monitoring indicates that Uganda/government stands to […]

Boda boda riders to demonstrate at Entebbe airport

Groups of motor cycle (boda boda) riders and operators have vowed to stage a violent demonstration at Entebbe International Airport because the government has banned them from accessing their airport. The government banned them on Tuesday, a decision that left many boda boda riders disappointed. Fred Kaggwa, a boda boda operator in Entebbe told our […]

Post-Doctoral Scholarships for developing countries

Education for Sustainable Energy Development Scholarships (ESED): The purpose of the ESED scholarship is to support outstanding students pursuing advanced studies in sustainable energy development and to encourage meaningful contributions to the collective body of knowledge about this subject. The Scholarships are made available to outstanding students from developing countries and economies in transition, for […]

Amama Mbabazi’s daughter tells him not to bow down to pressure

The daughter of the prime minister, Amama Mbabazi, ms Lenina Mbabazi has reportedly requested her dad not to bow down to critics instructing him to step aside. Lenina, according to Amama’s relatives in Ntinda, has told her dad that he is innocent and bowing down to pressure will mean that he is guilty whereas not. […]

Kalangala based CBS journalist receives death threats

Central Broadcasting Service (CBS fm) Kalangala district correspondent Ronald Ssembuusi is reported to have received death threats from former Kalangala boss Daniel Kikola over a news story. The problem stemmed from a news story aired on the radio on 17th/November/2011 which alleged that the former district boss in being investigated for his involvement in the […]

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