Kayizzi Set for Return

[Observer] Veterans Geoffrey Sserunkuma and Vincent Kayizzi are expected to return The Cranes fold when coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic announces his squad today ahead of the do-or-die Afcon qualifier against Comoros, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

[Observer] Veterans Geoffrey Sserunkuma and Vincent Kayizzi are expected to return The Cranes fold when coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic announces his squad today ahead of the do-or-die Afcon qualifier against Comoros, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Circumcision Ceremony Becomes a Tourist Attraction

[Deutsche Welle] In Eastern Uganda and parts of Western Kenya, circumcising teenage boys is a practice carried out every two years and is performed as a sign of the community’s unity.

[Deutsche Welle] In Eastern Uganda and parts of Western Kenya, circumcising teenage boys is a practice carried out every two years and is performed as a sign of the community's unity.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

DR Congo Shows Interest in Uganda-Tanzania Oil Pipeline Facility

[Daily News] As the Vice-President of Total East Africa, Mr Javier Rielo, assured President John Magufuli that preparations for the construction of the 1,410-kilometre oil pipeline from Lake Albert in Uganda to Tanga Port in Tanzania are in good progre…

[Daily News] As the Vice-President of Total East Africa, Mr Javier Rielo, assured President John Magufuli that preparations for the construction of the 1,410-kilometre oil pipeline from Lake Albert in Uganda to Tanga Port in Tanzania are in good progress, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has shown interest in using the facility.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Students Body to Aid Youth Businesses

[Monitor] Kampala -The National Association of Students Enterprises (NASE) in partnership with Resilient African Movement (RAN) will this weekend hold a two-day leap conference at Makerere University aimed at identifying young people with business mind…

[Monitor] Kampala -The National Association of Students Enterprises (NASE) in partnership with Resilient African Movement (RAN) will this weekend hold a two-day leap conference at Makerere University aimed at identifying young people with business minds in order to accord them financial and mentorship support.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Roke Make Final 7s Circuit Cash Rich

[Monitor] Kampala -After running sponsor-less for two successive seasons, the National Sevens are in for a spruce up starting with the final leg of this year’s event dubbed ‘Roke 7s’ at Kyadondo Rugby Football Club (KYRFC) on Saturday, courtesy of Roke…

[Monitor] Kampala -After running sponsor-less for two successive seasons, the National Sevens are in for a spruce up starting with the final leg of this year's event dubbed 'Roke 7s' at Kyadondo Rugby Football Club (KYRFC) on Saturday, courtesy of Roke Telkom.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cranes Coach Micho Confident Mugabi Will Ably Fill Guma Void

[Monitor] Kampala -Lebanon-based right-back Denis Guma plays with wit, steel and vitality. Together with the willingness to attack are the attributes that make him dependable.

[Monitor] Kampala -Lebanon-based right-back Denis Guma plays with wit, steel and vitality. Together with the willingness to attack are the attributes that make him dependable.

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Contractor Ordered to Pay Hospital Shs380 Million

[Monitor] Mbarara -The Commercial Court has ordered Meditec Systems (K) Ltd to pay Shs381 million to Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital for breach of contract in the supply of a Computed Tomology (CT) Scanner.

[Monitor] Mbarara -The Commercial Court has ordered Meditec Systems (K) Ltd to pay Shs381 million to Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital for breach of contract in the supply of a Computed Tomology (CT) Scanner.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda