Some Candidates on Donor Scholarships Panic as Schools Reopen

The COVID-19 pandemic that left schools closed since March also affected the continuity to learn by some poor and vulnerable  scholars that rely on international funds to facilitate their education as several... Read more »

Details Emerge Over Burning of Katwe CID Office

The Criminal Investigations Directorate –CID has gathered fresh details in the burning of exhibits office at Katwe police station. Four policemen were last week charged for conspiring to commit a felony by... Read more »

Isingiro Residents Protest Lack Of Power Supply

Residents of Ngarama parish in Ngarama Sub County, Isingiro district are protesting the delayed connection of their area to the power grid by the Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Limited (UEDCL). The affected residents... Read more »

Parliament Lifts Age Limit for LCIII Councilors

Parliament has passed an amendment to the Local Government Act, removing the lower and upper age limit for lower local council leaders. The act initially capped the age for contestants for LCIII... Read more »

Food Loss And Wastage, A New Challenge For Ugandans

Food and environment activists say you need to urgently find ways of avoiding food loss and waste or risk financial and environment losses. The Minister of Agriculture, Vincent Sempijja and Food Agricultural... Read more »

Northern Region Football Association Seeks UGX 75M for Activities

The Northern Regional Football Association is seeking 75 Million Shillings for their activities for the new season. The funds are meant for organizing women football tournaments, paying salaries for the regional staffs... Read more »

US 2020 election: Social media’s nightmare scenario

There’s an election scenario that is giving social media company bosses nightmares. The period between the polls closing and the declared result usually takes a few hours. But this time it’s likely... Read more »

Teaching Non-Tech Employees How to Use a Computer

You Should Consider Encouraging your Employees to Familiarize Themselves with the Internet and Network Security. The nature of the 21st century workplace is such that computer training has become necessary. Computers can... Read more »

6 Basic Technology Tips you Should Absolutely train your Employees to Do

It doesn’t matter. You can still train your staff to use your IT systems without a so-called “expert.” Here are six basic things you can pass onto your employees that will make... Read more »

Gulu City Resident Commissioner, Maj Santo Okot Lapolo speaking to the media recently

Gulu City Resident Commissioner, Maj Santo Okot Lapolo has disagreed with the Management of Gulu College of Health Sciences over the relocation of COVID-19 patients. The college with over 900 students operates... Read more »