Mothers’ Revolt Against Curricula

By Rahma Diaa

Cairo - As of Wednesday, more than 12,000 Facebook users have joined the "Egyptian mothers' revolt against curricula" page, banding together in solidarity against the "outdated" school curricula provided by the Ministry …

Uganda: Police Named Worst Abuser of Journalists

By Sadab Kitatta Kaaya

A new report has accused Police of being a leading abuser of press freedoms and rights in Uganda, adding to its notoriety as the most corrupt government entity.

According to the …

Uganda: Judgment Day Tomorrow in Amama Mbabazi Petition

The Supreme court will tomorrow deliver its ruling in the petition in which Amama Mbabazi wants the reelection of President Museveni nullified.

Museveni was declared winner of the February 18 election, with 60.7 per cent …

Uganda’s Besigye House Arrest Reaches 40th Day

It has been 40 days since Ugandan police placed presidential candidate Kizza Besigye of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change under house arrest following that country's February 18 presidential election.

The Ugandan Electoral Commission announced …

Uganda: Besigye House Arrest Reaches 40th Day

By James Butty

It has been 40 days since Ugandan police placed presidential candidate Kizza Besigye of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change under house arrest following that country's February 18 presidential election.

The Ugandan …

Tanzanians Join Ugandans to Mourn Dhaira Loss

T Former Uganda Cranes player Ibrahim Sekagya eulogised the deceased: "Rest in peace Abel, You have fought one of the toughest battles, Gone so young..!" He added: "My soldier. Ina lillahi wa in lillahi Rajoun.(From …

Oil Pipeline Construction to Go on as Planned

By Henry Mwangonde

Dar es Salaam - The government reitarated yesterday that the construction of a $4 billion (about Sh8.7 trillion) crude oil pipeline from Lake Albert-Kabaale in Uganda to Tanga port will commence in …