Sunday, October 13, 2019

Local News

Local

Nansana Residents Protest Over Impassable Road

Kibwa zone residents of Nabweru north in Nansana municipality woke up to a demonstration in which they blocked roads by planted banana trees and lighting fire in the middle of...

By Wandulu Bonny - Oct.12

Local

MPs Demand NSSF to Lower Beneficiaries' Age

The NSSF amendment bill is among the long-awaited workers which have generated a heated debate after many of the workers demanding particular clauses to be amended.

By Salt Media - Oct.12

Local

Students to Miss UCE Exams

Over 100 students of Hilton academy, Katale in Kajansi town council are stranded and distressed after realizing that they will be missing out on the UNEB exams this year and...

By Kaynaja Amon - Oct.11

Local

Uganda joins the rest of the world to celebrate the world food day

As Uganda joins the rest of the world to e celebrate the world food day, world food program has called upon the government to address the food shortage especially non-healthy...

By Salt Media - Oct.11

Church News

Church

Independence Night Will Go On Despite Opposition – Pr Bujjingo

The unusual happened at Canaan land when it rained three 3 times during the overnight prayer although this did not stop the believers from offering passionate praise and worship to...

By Salt Media - Oct.12

Church

Record-breaking Independence Night Gathering at Namboole

The earth rang as Namboole stadium was filled to the overflow and Mandela national stadium shook at 12:30 am last night when Pr Aloysius Bujingo entered the venue. The overwhelming...

By Eric Ssebalamu & Godfrey Tumwebaze - Oct.05

Church

3 days to the Awaited Independence Night, Uganda Railway Speaks Out

what started as a year became months, the month became a week and from weeks it is now only 3 days to the independence night of prayers and of special...

By Kyambadde Lawrence - Sep.30

Church

Excitement Blooms as Independence Night Prayers Approach

Only 6 days to the awaited independence at Namboole stadium night organized by HMPI led by pr Aloysius Bujjingo, many are eagerly waiting for the day so that they can...

By Salt Media - Sep.27

Church

Masses Accept Jesus at HPMI

A great number of believers stormed the house prayer ministries premises at Canaan land to attend the overnight prayer service conducted by Pr Aloysius Bujjingo.

By Salt Media - Sep.14

Sports

Sports

Uganda Police Investigating Magogo’s Ticket Theft

After only one when FIFA has just charged Magogo with charges of selling world cup 2014 tickets meant for Ugandans. Today CID summoned Allan Ssewanyana the Makindye East MP and...

By Salt Media - Oct.11

Sports

Magogo Proved Guilty and Fined Millions

On the 30th may 2017 Allan Ssewanyana the Katwe united chairperson and the Makindye west MP reported to the FIFA disciplinary committee about the FUFA president Moses Magogo’s conduct when...

By Kabenge Yusuf - Oct.10

Sports

Uganda Hosting African Basketball Tournament

Uganda has greatly advanced in the past few years in the field basketball sport for both men & women category. 

By Kabenge Yusuf - Oct.10

Sports

Proline FC Trouble Deepens

Proline FC has been performing poor since the season began, in the same way, they have lost another game making it the 4th loss in 6 matches. Busoga united defeated...

By Kabenge Yusuf - Oct.08

Sports

President of Uganda Kickboxing Federation Impeached

Some of the top leaders of the Uganda kickboxing federation together with some of the kickboxers gathered at the Mt Zion hotel in Kampala and declared that while in a...

By Kabenge Yusuf - Oct.08

Sports

Gold Medallists Cheptegei, Nakaayi Mesmerize Entebbe

At exactly 1:29 pm the Qatar airways plane carrying Uganda’ heroes landed at Entebbe airport where parents of the athletes, national council of sports and the Uganda athletes federation officials...

By Kabenge Yusuf - Oct.07

Sports

Uganda’s Roy Mubiru Shines in the USA

Roy Mubiru a powerlifter is one of the Ugandan who has made Uganda famous in the USA. Next week 12th -Oct will be participating in the world competitions WBA world cup...

By Salt Media - Oct.07

Sports

Onyango to retain Uganda captaincy under new coach McKinstry

Uganda's first choice goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, will retain the captaincy of the Cranes under new head coach Johnny McKinstry who described the player as "a huge asset to the team."

By Salt Media - Oct.07

More Stories

Oct.11

Local

Uganda joins the rest of the world to celebrate the world food day

As Uganda joins the rest of the world to e celebrate the world food day, world food program has called upon the government to address the food shortage especially non-healthy...

Oct.11

Tech

Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect

Geraint Harries, a technology specialist, for St John the Evangelist in Lancashire, admits that when his parish first started using social media, it didn't get it quite right.

Oct.10

Economic

Singapore edges out US as world’s most competitive economy

The World Economic Forum’s latest survey shows some East Asian countries have benefitted from the US-China trade war. Singapore has climbed one notch to become the world's most competitive economy, according to...

Oct.08

World

US in Somalia: Is it still a safe haven for al-Shabab?

The US recently reopened its embassy in Somalia after 28 years, citing security improvements in the East African nation blighted by conflict for many years. The announcement came days after a...

Oct.08

Economic

Uighur rights: US blacklists Hikvision & China security bureaus

The United States Commerce Department said on Monday it would put 28 public security bureaus and companies in China - including video surveillance company Hikvision - on a US trade blacklist over Beijing's treatment...

Oct.07

Sports

Onyango to retain Uganda captaincy under new coach McKinstry

Uganda's first choice goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, will retain the captaincy of the Cranes under new head coach Johnny McKinstry who described the player as "a huge asset to the team."

Oct.05

Economic

Uber's new helicopter service is an expensive, time-consuming adventure

It cost me more than three times the money and an extra 15 minutes to fly to my local airport in an Uber helicopter than if I had taken the...

Oct.05

Tech

Would you trust an algorithm to diagnose an illness?

We put a lot of trust in our doctors — we listen to their diagnoses, take out their prescriptions, follow their dietary suggestions. Would we do the same for a computer?

Oct.05

Tech

Huawei just got a big vote of confidence from India

Huawei may be battling a US-led global campaign against its business, but the Chinese company just got a ringing endorsement in the world's hottest mobile market.

Oct.05

Tech

Iranian hackers targeted a US presidential campaign: Microsoft

A hacking group that appears to be linked to the Iranian government targeted a United States 2020 presidential campaign, Microsoft Corp said on Friday. Microsoft saw "significant" activity by the group that also...

Oct.03

Local

Altitude National Sports Training Centre Facing Eviction

Teryet High Altitude Secondary School in Tereyet Sub County in Kapchorwa district is facing eviction from the land earmarked to host Tereyet High Altitude National Sports training centre.

Oct.03

Tech

A floating device created to clean up plastic from the ocean is finally doing its job, organizers say

A huge trash-collecting system designed to clean up plastic floating in the Pacific Ocean is finally picking up plastic, its inventor announced Wednesday.

Oct.02

World

For rural Kenyans, treating snakebites is an uphill struggle

Baringo County, Kenya - Simotwo village in Baringo, a western county in Kenya, is a peaceful place. Cattle, sheep and goats graze leisurely. The grassy area straddles hillocks, boasts a generous outcrop of...

Oct.02

Economic

America's factories just suffered their worst month in a decade

In the surest sign yet that the trade war is hurting the American economy, manufacturing activity contracted for the second month in a row in September, falling to a level...

Oct.02

World

North Korea fires possible submarine-launched ballistic missile

North Korea fired at least one missile off its east coast on Wednesday, possibly from a submarine, the South Korean military said, a day after announcing it would resume stalled talks...