News in Uganda
- SPORTS LAW: Government, Magogo differ on NCS, registration of federations
The general feeling, for years, has been that the running 1964 National Council of Sports Act...
- Player safety a major concern for Ugandan volleyball
In 2013, Ugandan sport and rugby in particular was treated to disturbing news of the passing of...
- Heathens title defence on the line at Kobs'
Last season’s reverse fixture saw the Heathens fans procession led by a band from Kyadondo to...
- Court of Appeal directs on Fort Portal land case
Joining Mr Alinda in the dock are Mr Cyprian Rwaheeru, the former chairperson of the district...
- What year-long spell without BoU governor says of Uganda
No one expected the country to go without a BoU governor for 12 months and counting
- Arteta ready to step out of influential Guardiola's shadow
Arteta worked for Guardiola as the City manager's assistant for three years before leaving to...
- What next as DRC, Rwanda square up?
The conflict dates way back, but it was in 2021 when the current standoff between Rwanda and...
- How to address Uganda’s housing shortage problem
Habitat for Humanity estimates that 900,000 housing units in Uganda are below par and in dire...
- Jerusalem synagogue shooting: Israel arrests 42 after deadly attack
Seven people were killed in Friday's attack with two more injured in a separate shooting on Saturday.
- AP deletes ‘the French' tweet and apologises after it is widely mocked
The news agency had warned journalists that references to "the French" could be dehumanising.
- Tyre Nichols not seen to resist in police beating video
The 29-year-old cried out for his mother during the violent arrest that led to his death, footage shows.
- Tyre Nichols video: What the footage of police beating shows
The bodycam footage shows Mr Nichols being severely beaten and crying out for his mother.
- The Somali funk spirit that has overcome anarchy and exile
Somalia's music scene is booming once again after years of conflict and Islamist threats.
- In photos: A makeover for 200-year-old India heritage building
The building, formerly the British Residency in Hyderabad city, is now a women's university.
- Tyre Nichols: Memphis reckons with police killing by black officers
All five officers involved in Tyre Nichols' death were black. Experts say that's not unusual.
- Auckland floods: New Zealand city declares emergency after torrential rain
A torrential downpour in New Zealand's largest city prompts evacuations, power cuts and other chaos.
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