KCCA Renews SC Villa Rivalry

[Observer] SC Villa has not beaten KCCA FC in the league for the last three seasons and that should be one of the motivating factors for the Jogoos when the two sides clash tomorrow, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

[Observer] SC Villa has not beaten KCCA FC in the league for the last three seasons and that should be one of the motivating factors for the Jogoos when the two sides clash tomorrow, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

The Luwandagga I Knew

[Observer] Not only was the late Andrew Patrick Luwandagga a gifted orator, but he was also an all-round knowledgeable person whose career has been lit- tered with several milestones.

[Observer] Not only was the late Andrew Patrick Luwandagga a gifted orator, but he was also an all-round knowledgeable person whose career has been lit- tered with several milestones.

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‘Online Freedom Mustn’t Threaten National Security’

[Observer] In the wake of a recent United Nations call to respect internet freedoms, the government has indicated its unwillingness to compromise national security in the name of protecting individual rights to the internet.

[Observer] In the wake of a recent United Nations call to respect internet freedoms, the government has indicated its unwillingness to compromise national security in the name of protecting individual rights to the internet.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

URSB Asks CIID to Investigate Missing Crane Bank File

[Observer] The Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) has asked the criminal investigations and intelligence department (CIID) to investigate the disappearance of the Crane bank file from the registry.

[Observer] The Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) has asked the criminal investigations and intelligence department (CIID) to investigate the disappearance of the Crane bank file from the registry.

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Uganda’s Most and Least Educated MPs

[Monitor] Parliament -Only 10 out of the 398 MPs hold doctorate degrees, more than 30 do not have a first degree while four hold only A-level certificates, an analysis of their academic qualifications provided by Parliament indicates. The minimum acade…

[Monitor] Parliament -Only 10 out of the 398 MPs hold doctorate degrees, more than 30 do not have a first degree while four hold only A-level certificates, an analysis of their academic qualifications provided by Parliament indicates. The minimum academic qualification of an MP is an A-level certificate or its equivalent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda