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Friday, September 30th, 2016


No more arrests for Being Idle and Disorderly, Internet to be free Now – Press Statement

As pledged by H.E the President in the NRM manifesto, the Ministry of Information Communication Technology and National Guidance through its mandated agency National Information Technology Authority Uganda (NITA-U) has commenced the trial provision of free wireless access to Internet in Kampala Central Business District and parts of Entebbe effective 1st October 2016. Internet access is no longer a luxury but a necessity for all Ugandan citizens. The ICT sector must remain at the center of this country-wide transformation steering Uganda to world class efficiency and productivity! With H.E theRead More

Shocking Video of A Couple having Sex in a Public Park

A  shocking video of a woman in Portugal having sex in a public park while a CHILD sits next to them with a bare-chested man in broad daylight as other families played nearby, has emerged. On lookers who were stunned, filmed the shocking scenes at the river beach of Tabuao near the town of Paredes de Coura in the Porto region of northern Portugal. The woman, who covered her nakedness by wearing a sarong, can be seen looking at the men filming her and smiling during the 11-minute footage. PoliceRead More

Police Officers and Crime Preventers Receive Bicycles

The Uganda Police Force has facilitated police officers and crime preventers in Sheema district with mountain bikes to enhance on their efficiency and performance The Uganda police force is celebrating the police week which kicked off on Monday. Various activities are being carried out thought out the country

Mother of Ugandan Shot by police speaks of her anguish

The anguished mother of a man killed by police in a San Diego suburb said she could not believe her family left violence-wracked Uganda only to have her son shot to death in the United States. “We have come from a war zone,” Pamela Benge, mother of Alfred Olango, said through sobs, wearing large dark glasses to cover her tears. “We wanted protection. That’s why we’re here… I thought a lovely nice country like this would protect us, we just need protection, that’s all.” Benge said at a news conferenceRead More

NSSF Announces 12.3% interest rates on Members Savings

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) will pay savers an interest rate of 12.5 per cent for the financial year 2015/2016, down by 0.7 percent from 13 per cent that  was paid out last financial year. The minister of finance, Matia Kasaija, said: “I would like to commend NSSF for living up to its promise of delivering competitive returns to its members. The interest rate I have declared today is above the 10 year average inflation rate”. The minister said that the slight drop in the interest rate has beenRead More