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Another loss for Uganda Cranes

Uganda Cranes

It was another disturbing loss for Uganda. Three second-half goals were scored at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola as hosts Zambia came from behind to beat Uganda 2-1 in an international friendly played last evening. First-half substitute Evans Kangwa grabbed a brace for the Chipolopolo after Uganda‚Äôs second-half substitute Hamis Kiiza had given the …

Kenya beats Uganda in Volleyball championships

Kenya last evening beat Uganda 3-0 as the opening game of the International Volleyball Championship qualifiers for women got under way in Nairobi. The Kenyans won 25-16, 25-10 and 25-14 against a lackluster Ugandan side at the Safaricom Indoor Gymnasium in Kasarani to kick start their championship on a bright note. Team Uganda suffered from …

Mulindwa advises on sports management

There is need to repeal the National Council of Sports Act of 1964 if sports management is to be improved, according to the former FUFA president Laurence Mulindwa. Appearing before the education and sports committee of parliament today former president of Mulindwa said the law is obsolete and has been over taken by events. He …

Mbabazi intervenes in FUFA wrangles

The Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi is expected to meet officials from the Ministry of Education and Sports today over new regulations to regulate the sports sector. The draft regulations to amend the current National Council of Sports Act 1964 will see an overhaul in the management of national federations, amid controversy surrounding the incorporation of …

Government to cut funding to FUFA

Government is considering budget cuts towards the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA). The Minister of Education and Sports, Jessica Alupo has told MPs on the Education committee that FUFA has been receiving funding from government as an affiliate association to FIFA and not as a registered company. Alupo says the Solicitor General last year …