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S1 selection: How online, national processes co-exist

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- An application process that came in handy for top secondary schools during the Covid-19 lockdown has continued to be of great utility more than a year after Uganda fully reopened her... Read More


Swift punitive steps pledged against local governments

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- The ombudsman has named District Service Commissions (DSCs) that operate behind a shroud of corruption. According to a list seen by this newspaper, the districts of Tororo and Butal... Read More


'Isimba dam flood could be repeated'

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- The Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL) is on the spot for spending Shs1.3 billion on fixing the defects on the 183.2MW Isimba dam while a Defects Liability Period ... Read More


Arsenal fans on their arrest, NUP links, Paul Kagame love

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- Paul Kagame has many faces-a general here, a spymaster there and uncle somewhere. Arsenal fans only see one-he is one of them, probably the best of them, and a "daddy long legs." A ... Read More


A sense of belonging: Arts dressed in right costumes

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- If the costumes and props in the Rock Boom TV commercial or Teacher-that banger that sees Ykee Benda collaborate with Fik Fameica-made an impression on you, Nelson Byanyima is the pe... Read More


Akua serves enviable style choices

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- There are well-dressed women. And then there is Nana Akua Ado. The Ghanaian media personality has over time earned her place on the continent's Best Dressed Women, and if you are fam... Read More


In real life, no one cares about your scores in primary

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- I remember entering the head teacher's office. My heart was beating several beats in a moment. I was not sure what to expect. When I got my results, I was relieved. At least my mothe... Read More


Personal data protection still low, new report says

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- Uganda risks losing important data to unauthorised users because most of the government's data protection officers are neither experienced nor certified. This was part of the findin... Read More


How do you support your child to cope with examination failure?

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- Primary Leaving Examination results came out recently and news reports quoted the UNEB Executive Director, Dan Odongo as saying that 97109 children failed and will have to repeat the... Read More


UNOC to start exploring oil in Kasurubani block

Uganda, Feb. 4 -- Government has given Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC) a green light to start oil exploration in the Kasurubani Contract Area stretching over 1,285 kilometres across the districts o... Read More