Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

Rescue team with doctors and nurses reach the 12 trapped boys

Twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand have received their first food and medical treatment for 10 days.

Seven divers, including a doctor and a nurse, joined the group inside

World Cup 2018: Sweden sweeps Swiss into last eight with 1-0 win

Sweden will play either England or Colombia in the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating Switzerland in a strangely compelling but untidy tie in St Petersburg

Bobi Wine calls upon Ugandans to reject social media tax .

Press release

We the young citizens of Uganda, from various walks of life, professions, vocations and associations would like to thank the Fourth Estate for honouring our invitation to this joint Press Conference.

President Museveni to launch his ministers organisation in Kyotera district

The Minister of state micro finance Hon  Haruna Kasolo  serving as the Member of Parliament Kyotera county to launch his  foundation that  will empower household income in Masaka region.

Let NRM government provide food for pupils at schools – Sam Evidence

When I was in primary Six at Kakariisa Primary school, there was an NGO called Nangara Integrated Development Project (NIDP) which used to do its business in our parish mostly engaging people in the villages and specifically orphans (in schools) and widows.

World Cup 2018: Belgium stun Japan 3-2 in a thirrer to reach quarters

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Belgium completed a remarkable revival as they came from the World Cup abyss and beat Japan to reach the quarter-finals.

Roberto Martinez’s side were trailing 2-0 when he brought on

Society bitter with President Museveni rumor tax on social media

People have gone to Twitter to complain about the imposition of a 200 Uganda shilling [$0.05, £0.04] tax on the use of social media.

Some have also used Virtual Private Networks (VPN) to get around paying.

Michael Cohen ‘loyal to family and US’ over Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen has said his loyalty will “always” be to his family and country over the US president.

He also indicated to whisper eye media team that he would co-operate

Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson sentenced for child sex abuses: another church man dies in prison

A Catholic archbishop in Australia has been given a sentence of home detention for concealing child sexual abuse in the 1970s.

Philip Wilson, now archbishop of Adelaide, is the most senior Catholic in