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3 million of Uganda’s children between 5 and 14 involved in some form of labor.

3 million of Uganda’s children between 5 and 14 involved in some form of labor.

By Anna Kansiime Nascent programs manager Strong linkages between government, the private sector and civil society are needed at all levels to effectively eliminate child labor in Uganda. According to the Dutch ambassador to Uganda Henk Jan Bakker, latest statistics from the

David Kugonza

March 22nd, 2017

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High Court confirms DP’s Mary Kabanda as Masaka district woman MP

High Court confirms DP’s Mary Kabanda as Masaka district woman MP

By Ruth Anderah The Court of Appeal has upheld the Masaka High Court decision which confirmed Democratic Party’s Mary Babirye Kabanda as the validly elected Masaka district woman Member of Parliament. Three justices; Remmy Kasule, Richard Buteera and Elizabeth Musoke have ...

David Kugonza

March 22nd, 2017

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World Cross Country championships to give Uganda a 60bn economic boost

World Cross Country championships to give Uganda a 60bn economic boost

By Daren Kyeyune With just days to the prestigious World Cross Country championships, Uganda is hoping to receive a Shs60bn economic boost. At Entebbe International Airport, business has shot up as visiting contingents arrive in the country. While in Kampala, the host city, ...

David Kugonza

March 22nd, 2017

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ICC to hand down its first ever sentences for witness tampering in the trial of Jean Pierre Bemba

ICC to hand down its first ever sentences for witness tampering in the trial of Jean Pierre Bemba

The International Criminal Court will today hand down its first ever sentences for witness tampering in the trial of Jean Pierre Bemba and others.  The trial developed from the prosecution and conviction of the former militia leader from the Democratic Republic of Congo who ...

David Kugonza

March 22nd, 2017

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Six blind people have petitioned High Court blocking UNEB from scrapping political education and office practice.

Six blind people have petitioned High Court blocking UNEB from scrapping political education and office practice.

By Ruth Anderah Six blind people have petitioned High Court in Kampala seeking orders blocking Uganda National Examination Board [UNEB] and National Curriculum Development Center (NCDC) from scrapping political education and office practice. Justus Tukamuheebwa, Denis ...

David Kugonza

March 22nd, 2017

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