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  • Beauty Queens tip teens on how to prevent early pregnancy

  • Minister Kasolo pledges to reduce interest rates on SACCOs to 8 percent

  • Rising suicide cases in Uganda worry mental health experts

  • 8 Kaweesi murder suspects sent back to Luzira

  • Napak deaths: Government wants all relief food supplies tested

  • Volcanic activity suspected at Ngora rock

  • Sponsored: Lira farmers taking advantage of Automatic Weather Stations

  • Pastoralists cry out as cows die in Nakasongola drought

  • Fight over trillion shilling Lubowa hospital moves to court

  • Busia taxi drivers angered by council resolution

  • 120 people arrested for various crimes in Jinja

  • Downtown traders protest after Landlord disconnects electricity

  • Communities sensitized on the need to conserve Shea trees

  • President Museveni commissions UGX 2 trillion, 183mw Isimba dam

  • Compulsory land acquisition proposals still disadvantage land owners - Experts

  • Traders close shops, protest at Qualicell plaza over high rent

  • Whether I stand in 2021 elections or not should not be an issue - Besigye

  • Isimba Dam maintenance to be done by local engineers

  • Lifestyle changes blamed for rise in number of diabetes patients

  • Report gives gloomy outlook on poverty alleviation