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Peter Mwesige given task to review UBC

Dr Peter Mwesige, African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) Executive Director, has been named to head a committee to review Uganda Broadcasting Corporation. The terms of reference of the committee will include an organisational capacity assessment; studying the quality of content and services of all UBC channels; assessing the innovative …

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Besigye to know bail fate tomorrow

Kizza Besigye will know the fate of his bail application tomorrow. The political opposition figurehead, who faces treason charges,  appeared at Kampala high court to hear his bail application Besigye argued that he was uncertain of when his treason trial would commence and asked to be granted bail. Appearing before …

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Besigye in court for bail hearing

11.30am UPDATE: Ruling on Kizza Besigye bail application will be made on Tuesday July 12, High Court Judge Masalu Musene has just announced.   Court ruling on Dr Besigye bail application will be on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at 9:00am pic.twitter.com/Q2zaEKxrUz — Judiciary Uganda (@JudiciaryUG) July 11, 2016   ***** …

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Three arrested over car theft

Three men have been arrested over car theft. The suspects, Sejungo Paul, Kabuye Geoffrey and Jowali Sowali, were picked Eid day on Wednesday morning. The arrests followed police vigilance and swift action following the theft of a Mercedenz Benz of registration number UAY 042W, model 190E belonging to Allan Baine. …

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Shilton, Maradona trade barbs over ‘Hand of God’

Buenos Aires, Argentina | AFP | Diego Maradona and former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton reignited on Wednesday their long-running feud, on the 30th anniversary of the Argentine’s infamous “Hand of God” World Cup goal. Maradona, one of the finest footballers to play the game, scored twice in Argentina’s 2-1 victory …

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Turkish Investments in Uganda

NBS: There are no definite projects run by the Turkish government in Uganda. This was caused by the delay in signing work pacts between the two countries with reasons that without signing agreements, it is difficult to move on with cooperation, business and support. Share on: WhatsApp

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RUTO: ICC to rule on bid to throw out case

The Hague, Netherlands | AFP  Deputy Kenyan President William Ruto was to learn later Tuesday if war crimes judges will throw out a case against him for his role in post-election bloodshed which left some 1,300 people dead. The judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) were to file a …

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