TV Boss on Future of Broadcasting

[Balancing Act] London -Kin Kariisa is the Executive Chairman of Uganda’s Kin Group Ltd, the holding company for NBS Television, Salam Television, Sanyuka Television, Screen Media, and Dreamcatcher Productions. Russell Southwood spoke to him about the …

[Balancing Act] London -Kin Kariisa is the Executive Chairman of Uganda's Kin Group Ltd, the holding company for NBS Television, Salam Television, Sanyuka Television, Screen Media, and Dreamcatcher Productions. Russell Southwood spoke to him about the state of the broadcast market in Uganda

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Not So Fast, Uganda Tells Kenya Over Decision to End Railway Concession

[East African] Uganda has differed with Kenya over the decision to terminate the management of their joint railway by Qalaa Holdings of Egypt, saying there are better alternatives to addressing the dispute on concession fee arrears.

[East African] Uganda has differed with Kenya over the decision to terminate the management of their joint railway by Qalaa Holdings of Egypt, saying there are better alternatives to addressing the dispute on concession fee arrears.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nyanzi Was Arrested for Posting Bad Information – Police

[Observer] Makerere University researcher, Dr Stella Nyanzi is being held at Kira division police station following her arrest from Mackinon Suites hotel in Nakasero on Friday evening.

[Observer] Makerere University researcher, Dr Stella Nyanzi is being held at Kira division police station following her arrest from Mackinon Suites hotel in Nakasero on Friday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

What Emma Okwi’s Rich Form Says About Ugandan Football

[Monitor] Emmanuel Okwi’s extraordinarily powerful goal scoring streak in the Azam Uganda Premier League has allowed him to reconnect with a past that he unwittingly tried to erase.

[Monitor] Emmanuel Okwi's extraordinarily powerful goal scoring streak in the Azam Uganda Premier League has allowed him to reconnect with a past that he unwittingly tried to erase.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Increasing Cases of Antibiotic Drug Resistance Worries Ugandans

[Monitor] Kampala -The fear that common infections and minor injuries could once again kill people is becoming a global concern due to the alarming cases of bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

[Monitor] Kampala -The fear that common infections and minor injuries could once again kill people is becoming a global concern due to the alarming cases of bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda