13 hrs ago
Ireland Helps Support Hungry Families And Refugees In Malawi
LILONGWE The Government of Ireland has announced a contribution to the United Nations World Food Programme of more than US$1.3 million to boost food and nutrition security among some of the poorest households in Malawi.
14 hrs ago
Kampala Convention Progress uneven: Report
Addis Ababa December 11/2013 Progress of the Kampala Convention, the world's first-ever continental instrument that legally obliges African governments to protect and assist Internally Displaced Persons has been uneven, a report said.
18 hrs ago
Position of KCCA speaker is answer to KCCA problems
"Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do" - Steve Jobs In July 2007, with a handful of National Taxpayers Protection Organisation officials, I proposed the present City Manager Council system now followed by KCCA to the Irene Ovonji Odida Commission of Inquiry.
22 hrs ago
Uganda's homophobe-in-chief sets sights...
The trial of a retired British man in Uganda has again thrown the spotlight on country's uncompromising stance against homosexuality and the indefatigable work of its homophobe-in-chief, Pastor Solomon Male.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Farmers Learning From Farmers In Malawi
As part of its direct support to farmers through the Purchase for Progress initiative, WFP organised a 2013 study tour so that farmers could learn from one of its most successful farmer organisations , Mwandama Farmer Organisation from Zomba district in southern Malawi.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Voice of America
Peace Process Accelerates in Eastern DRC
Congolese M23 rebel fighters gather inside an enclosure after surrendering to Uganda's government at Rugwerero village in Kisoro district, 489km west from Uganda capital Kampala, Nov. 8, 2013.
Inter Press Service
ARV Intolerance - A Growing Problem for AIDS Treatment in Africa
A CD4 testing machine. Research by the University of Zimbabwe shows that female patients with high CD4 counts have developed a nevirapine toxicity.
Eala Undertakes Oversight of EAC Programmes and Projects in Uganda
Kampala, Uganda : EALA has concluded oversight activities of programmes and projects of the Community with an appeal to stakeholders to re-double their efforts on citizen sensitization on the benefits of integration.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Sudhir and Miller Byaruhanga
Sudhir Byaruhanga, a Senior News Reporter at NTV tied the knot with his bride Miller Arayo Byaruhanga, a Social Worker.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Inter Press Service
AIDS-Free Generation Still a Dream in Southern Africa
Eighteen-year-old Maureen Phiri from Malawi knows first-hand about the loneliness of HIV.
You cannot go wrong with positive music - Ssebatta
Vision Group in association with Twaweza Initiative and Buzz Events are seeking to recognise artistes whose compositions advance society.
Gov't to buy shares in Air Uganda: Museveni, Aga Khan discus......
By Vision Reporter The Uganda government will buy shares in Air Uganda currently owned by the Aga Khan.
Inspired By Nature: Build Up 2012 Expedition...
Dr Steve Boyes and his brother, marine biologist Chris Boyes, attempted their first unassisted crossing of the Okavango Delta in traditional dug-out canoes in 2012.
Mandela trade mark - Mandela shirts' influence on Ugandan lea......
South Africans this morning woke up to a nation without Nelson Mandela Madiba, the former president.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Works official charged with organising ghost workshops
Entebbe Magistrate's Court has charged the acting commissioner of transport services and Infrastructures in the Ministry of Works for allegedly defrauding the government of Shs76 million in ghost workshops.
Customer Interaction Solutions
ADF inks US$73.6m for Malawi road project [Agence de Presse Africaine]
The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund , has approved a loan of US $73.6 million, for Malawi's multinational road project.
Malawi's mess: Banda and the bandits
A CRUISE through Area 43, a pleasant suburb of Lilongwe, Malawi's capital, takes one past the high-walled homes of political leaders to a single-storey private medical clinic.
Pan-African News Wire
United Nations Troops Target Armed Groups in DRC
UN troops target armed groups in DRC December 4, 2013 GOMA/KAMPALA. - The United Nations yesterday announced its peacekeeping troops will go after other armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after helping to defeat the M23 rebel force.Tackling such groups is now "a prospect" for the UN's 20 000-strong MONUSCO force and "that's just what ... (more)
Wed Dec 04, 2013
You Can Swim With Adorable Pigs In The Bahamas Because Why Not
Well, the day wild pigs swim has arrived on the Bahamian archipelago of Exuma. The island called Big Major Cay is affectionately nicknamed Pig Island because that is where the wild pigs roam free on land and water.
Owino fire: Shops closed, Streets cleared
By Vision Reporter A number of shops in down Kampala remained closed and the streets cleared of the usual business following a Wednesday morning fire that gutted Park - Yard Market for the fourth time.