Experts attribute the depreciation to corporate buyers who are rushing to pay off their tax obligations as the financial year closes.
As we hastily advanced over the speed-bumps at this point, I could not help but wonder what might happen to this little boy and girl any moment.
The first fatality is 13-year-old Hector Pieterson; before nightfall that day, 22 others are also killed. When the riots subside after more show of government force, 176 victims are counted.
Barely 12 hours after the Judiciary complained of lack of operational funds that have forced them to suspend hearing of some cases, the institution yesterday made a U-turn, saying there is money for the same.
The Rwandan High Commissioner to Uganda, Maj Gen Frank Mugambagye, has insisted that the 16 students who recently crossed to Uganda over alleged persecution will be extradited to face the law back home.
Court has set June 28 for the hearing of the trial in which a former director of Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) is facing fraud charges after the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) yesterday ordered for the trial.
The brutal killing of a New Vision journalist has drawn public ire, with police being accused of sleeping on the job instead of tackling criminals.
Youth under the Inspirational Development Uganda (IDU) are set to recognise 100 personalities and institutions that have contributed tremendously to the country’s development.
The suspended pathologist from Mulago hospital will resume exhuming the remains of the former premier and Democratic Party president, Benedict Kiwanuka, if court clears him.