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KCCA denies selling Cemetery

By Ronald Musoke Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) has never sold part or the whole of the Jinja Road Cemetery, an official at the city authority has said. There has been construction activity around the cemetery in recent months where men have been seen digging up around the cemetery. However, …

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DP mourns James Mulwana

By Aloysious Kasoma Opposition Democratic Party has mourned the fallen industrialist and businessman James Mulwana and described him as champion of the private enterprise. Democratic Party President Norbert said that he learnt with deep sorrow of the death of James Mulwana. “The death of James Mulwana has deprived Uganda of …

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Tullow targets 40 oil wells in 2013

By Julius Businge Tullow Oil has announced an explorations and appraisal campaign portfolio management with a target for a planned 40 wells globally in 2013, it said in a Jan. 11 statement. Aidan Heavey, Tullow’s Chief Executive said: “Tullow accomplished much in 2012. We have had significant exploration success in …

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New campaign to tackle road accidents

By Julius Businge Beer maker, Uganda Breweries in partnership with Motion Media and Uganda Police recently launched the “Red Card’ campaign aimed at reducing incidences of drunk driving particularly on Ugandan roads. The new initiative seeks to influence behavior change among people who drink and drive and will train over …

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Ugandan athletes win in Eldoret race

By Julius Odeke Uganda’s Soyenkwo Kibet caused a major upset by clinching the men’s 12-kilometre race title at the cradle of Kenya’s distance running at the Eldoret Polytechnic. Over 1,000 athletes were in action in the sixth leg of the Kenya Commercial Bank/Athletics Kenya national cross country series with top …

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