Multichoice Offers DStv Discounted Decoders, Bouquets

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -This holiday season, DStv Uganda is offering its customers an array of promotions to enable its customers to get discounted decoders and bouquets.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -This holiday season, DStv Uganda is offering its customers an array of promotions to enable its customers to get discounted decoders and bouquets.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

MPs Advised Against Passing Repressive Laws

[Observer] High court judge Margaret Mutonyi has cautioned parliamentarians against drafting and passing human rights laws or amending existing ones without considering their universal acceptability.

[Observer] High court judge Margaret Mutonyi has cautioned parliamentarians against drafting and passing human rights laws or amending existing ones without considering their universal acceptability.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Sweden Awards 11 Midwives for Exceptional Service

[Observer] Eleven midwives from 11 Ugandan sub-regions have been recognized by the Swedish government for their contribution towards the health sector by helping reduce maternal mortalities.

[Observer] Eleven midwives from 11 Ugandan sub-regions have been recognized by the Swedish government for their contribution towards the health sector by helping reduce maternal mortalities.

Age Limit Chaos – MP Tells How Her Back Was Injured

[Monitor] Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze is recuperating at her home in Mukono after undergoing surgery at Manipal Hospital in India. In simple terms, the doctors found that she had suffered spinal compression.

[Monitor] Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze is recuperating at her home in Mukono after undergoing surgery at Manipal Hospital in India. In simple terms, the doctors found that she had suffered spinal compression.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Rights Defenders Hit Out At Government

[Monitor] Kampala -Human rights defenders have slammed government in what they described as “increasing impunity, intolerance and brutality” orchestrated by security agencies in the country.

[Monitor] Kampala -Human rights defenders have slammed government in what they described as "increasing impunity, intolerance and brutality" orchestrated by security agencies in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Does Sale of Enhas Shares Affect New Uganda Airlines?

[Monitor] On the morning of last Tuesday, Ugandans woke up to the news that the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Sam Kutesa, had sold off his shares in Entebbe Handling Services (Enhas) to a group of businessmen from the United Arab Emirates.

[Monitor] On the morning of last Tuesday, Ugandans woke up to the news that the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Sam Kutesa, had sold off his shares in Entebbe Handling Services (Enhas) to a group of businessmen from the United Arab Emirates.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ministers Clash Over Freehold Land Titles

[Monitor] The State Minister for Information, Communication and Technology (ICT), Ms Idah Nantaba, has opposed a government programme on the issuance of freehold land tittles in Kayunga.

[Monitor] The State Minister for Information, Communication and Technology (ICT), Ms Idah Nantaba, has opposed a government programme on the issuance of freehold land tittles in Kayunga.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda Cranes Labour to Cecafa Semis

[Monitor] Kakamega -Kenya – Uganda was only two minutes away from Cecafa tourney elimination when KCCA foward Derrick Nsibambi tapped in a late leveler from Allan Kateregga’s freekick. The game ended 1-1.

[Monitor] Kakamega -Kenya - Uganda was only two minutes away from Cecafa tourney elimination when KCCA foward Derrick Nsibambi tapped in a late leveler from Allan Kateregga's freekick. The game ended 1-1.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Legal Committee MPs Approve Age Limit Bill

[Monitor] The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee members endorsed the most sweeping constitutional changes since 2005, with 18 votes, taking a significant leap forward as 10th Parliament seeks to debate the removal of the age limit caps from the…

[Monitor] The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee members endorsed the most sweeping constitutional changes since 2005, with 18 votes, taking a significant leap forward as 10th Parliament seeks to debate the removal of the age limit caps from the Constitution, restore term limits and increase the presidential term from five to seven years.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda