Full Dose of Laughter At ‘Seka Live’

[New Times] Kigingi had last appeared on a local comedy stage in June 2015, when Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime performed at the Kigali Serena outdoor marquee. In a show of how much his fans had been awaiting his return; he got a mini standing ovation …

[New Times] Kigingi had last appeared on a local comedy stage in June 2015, when Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime performed at the Kigali Serena outdoor marquee. In a show of how much his fans had been awaiting his return; he got a mini standing ovation from sections of the crowd when he took to the stage.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Report Links Unemployment in Kampala to Poor Planning

[Monitor] Kampala -A World Bank report released on Monday has shown that congestion within Kampala City resulting from poor physical and urban planning is one of the factors causing unemployment.

[Monitor] Kampala -A World Bank report released on Monday has shown that congestion within Kampala City resulting from poor physical and urban planning is one of the factors causing unemployment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Quit Notice to Igbo ‘Serious Attack On Human Rights’

[Vanguard] The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, on Thursday, condemned statement credited to Arewa Youths that all Igbo people residing in the northern part of the country should vacate before October 1.

[Vanguard] The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, on Thursday, condemned statement credited to Arewa Youths that all Igbo people residing in the northern part of the country should vacate before October 1.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

5.5% Growth Forecast – Where Did Uganda Go Wrong?

[Monitor] Kampala -As Mr Matia Kasaija delivers the 2017/18 Budget Speech, more assumptions on the economy will be made. One of them will be that the economy is projected to rebound and grow within the 5 per cent to 6 per cent range. The expectation is…

[Monitor] Kampala -As Mr Matia Kasaija delivers the 2017/18 Budget Speech, more assumptions on the economy will be made. One of them will be that the economy is projected to rebound and grow within the 5 per cent to 6 per cent range. The expectation is that private sector credit will rebound, the rains will be more reliable and that public investment will grow, leading to the recovery of the economy. In May 2017, Mr David Bahati, the state minister for Finance, admitted some distress within the economy and partly blamed it o

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Five Babies Die Per Month Due to Power Blackout At Bugiri Hospital

[Monitor] Bugiri – Ms Stellah Namulondo, one of the attendants at the hospital, said taking care of her patient is challenging because she uses her phone torch, which also needs electricity to charge.

[Monitor] Bugiri - Ms Stellah Namulondo, one of the attendants at the hospital, said taking care of her patient is challenging because she uses her phone torch, which also needs electricity to charge.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenya Not Miles Away-Seguya

[Monitor] Kenya might have the better rugby numbers compared to Uganda when it comes to both the 15s and 7s versions of the game but Cranes coach Robert Seguya thinks they are not that special as many suggest.

[Monitor] Kenya might have the better rugby numbers compared to Uganda when it comes to both the 15s and 7s versions of the game but Cranes coach Robert Seguya thinks they are not that special as many suggest.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Coach Singles Out Cape Verde As Uganda’s Biggest Concern

[Monitor] Kampala -When the grouping was done some five months ago, landing Uganda in the same pool with Tanzania, Cape Verde and Lesotho; there was almost uninterrupted consensus that this was a fair draw.

[Monitor] Kampala -When the grouping was done some five months ago, landing Uganda in the same pool with Tanzania, Cape Verde and Lesotho; there was almost uninterrupted consensus that this was a fair draw.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Journalism Graduate Excels At Engineering Innovation Awards

[Monitor] Hindu Nabulumba, 25, studied journalism and communication at university but this has not stopped her from making scientific innovations. Recently in Nairobi her innovation – Yaaka Digital Learning Network – won her Shs40m at the Africa Prize …

[Monitor] Hindu Nabulumba, 25, studied journalism and communication at university but this has not stopped her from making scientific innovations. Recently in Nairobi her innovation - Yaaka Digital Learning Network - won her Shs40m at the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation competition.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda