The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed that Uganda on 3th November 2013 will experience a total eclipse.
The long awaited census finally kicked off today morning all around Uganda. At 8:00 a.m, the enumerators had kicked off heading to their respective attached areas.
The Executive Director of the Uganda Bureau of Statistics Ben Mungyereza says the first batch of the population has already been counted.
The Mission wishes to inform the general public that it has relocated its offices from
231 Cobourg Street,
Canada, K1N 8J2
350 Sparks Street, Suite 1210,
Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 7S8.
The Mission’s telephone and fax numbers, email address remain the same.
Government delivers clarifications on Uganda's role in Juba securing the airport to allow for safe evacuation of Ugandan citizens, and others intending to come to Uganda.
The Government of Uganda strongly condemns the cowardly attacks that took place in Nairobi's Westgate Mall yesterday, by the Alshabab who have claimed responsibility.
Fellow Countrymen and Countrywomen. I greet you and salute you on this 27th Anniversary of the NRM’s Liberation of Kampala on the 26th of January, 1986.
Fellow countrymen and countrywomen,
I greet all of you and congratulate you on finishing 2012 and wish you a prosperous 2013. I extend condolences to the families who lost their dear ones in the year that is just ended.
Uganda and other African countries have made a marked improvement in governance in the last decade, according to this year’s Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance released on Monday.
Among the East African Community countries, Uganda is in second position after Tanzania. Overall, Uganda was ranked 19th out of the 52 African countries.
The International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) is a mechanism in the region comprised of eleven (11) Member States. These include: Angola, Burundi, Central Africa Republic, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.