A way forward for Africa – Kennedy Muhindi

Media has been criticised for showing a bad image about Africa but to be honest African media houses report only for the local audience. You hardly find a Ugandan interested in what South Africa news report about their country.

South Africa’s highest court okays use of weed “dagga “

South Africa’s highest court has legalized the use of cannabis by adults in private places.

Pro-marijuana activists cheered in the public gallery and chanted “Weed are free now” when

European golf champion murdered in Iowa

A man has been charged with murder, hours after prominent Spanish golfer Celia Barquín Arozamena was found dead on an Iowa golf course.

100 corpse kept in Mexico fridge

A refrigerated trailer containing at least 100 corpses in Mexico’s western state of Jalisco has angered residents who have complained about the smell.

Kato Kajubi to be charged with inciting violence over Bobi Wine protests

Police have charged Mr Enock Kato Kajubi, the Kabaka representative in Boston, USA, with inciting violence in connection with inciting protests over the arrest and alleged torture of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.

Political Sergeant returning to struggle for a better country

Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has said preparations for his return from the U.S, where he traveled for specialized treatment following his alleged torture by

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine is not reason President Museveni not attending UN

President Museveni has elected not to attend the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that gets underway in New York today,

Makerere University registers win at games

Team Uganda yesterday registered an impressive start at the World University Netball Championship by thumping United States of America 102-16 at the new Makerere University arena.

South Africa 57 murders per day turns the country to a ‘war zone’

South Africa’s police minister Bheki Cele has said a surge in murders has turned his country into a place that “borders on a war zone.”

Grace Mugabe more ill than Mugabe

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Former Zimbabwe first lady Grace Mugabe is left with a few days to live.

According to latest reports from Singapore where she was flown with her husband Robert Mugabe

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury boxing on

Promotion for the fight between WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will begin in London on Monday, says Frank Warren.

Hélène Pastor Murder: Ten on trial in Monaco heiress case

Four years after billionaire Hélène Pastor and her chauffeur were fatally shot outside a hospital in the south of France, her son-in-law and nine others have gone on trial over the murders.