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Southern African Development Community member states have been given a wakeup call to start putting into action resolutions and agreements reached upon in various meetings and workshops.
DAVID Livingstone's little-known contribution to introducing football to Africa is being celebrated in a photography exhibition next week.
By Taddeo Bwambale The Kampala Capital City Authority has finalized plans to construct seven new modern markets in the five city divisions.
Malawi, which has a population of 14 million, has an HIV prevalence of 10 percent.
A finance manager of a hotel in Entebbe has been fired for allegedly causing loss of more than Shs363 million to the company.
Kampala. The Inspector General of Police has reshuffled the leadership of two main intelligence units, weeks after several officers were gunned down by suspected armed robbers in the city centre.
Zimbabwe's involvement in Malawi's upcoming elections has raised eye-brows, with opposition parties expressing fears that the polls might be rigged in favour of President Joyce Banda.
By David Lumu National Resistance Movement Chairperson, President Yoweri Museveni has summoned the Central Executive Committee to discuss party issues and also appoint Parliament Commissioners.
AK385 million maternity wing is under construction in Mangochi thanks to the Icelandic International Development Agency which has provided financial resources for the state of the art facility, Malawi News Agency has established.
National Water and Sewerage Corporation has assured residents in the south of Greater Kampala that their water woes are about to end.
Minister of Information and Civic Education Brown Mpinganjira says Government is planning to conduct thorough investigations on cash flow transactions done at local levels as one way of enforcing checks and balance of public funds.
Police in Mzuzu are keeping in custody two Tanzanian Nationals and a Malawian for being found in possession of copper cables which are believed to belong to Malawi Telecommunication Limited and Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi .
Minister of Water Development and Irrigation Anita Kalinde has hailed the Chinese Government for supporting Malawi in water and sanitation, saying the development will help check outbreak of water born related diseases in the country.
Government has Thursday challenged relevant quarters in implementation of policies and acts that would foster discipline among negligent and poor under performing civil servants.
Ordinarily, MPs are supposed to get paid through the official Parliament account but the female legislators on the eve of International Women's Day queued at Ms Justine Lumumba's office as late as 10pm to get their share after heavily guarded security cordoned off the fourth floor KAMPALA.