Uganda’s First Digital Census: A catalyst for Digital Transformation

In May 2024, Uganda is set to embark on a historic journey with its first-ever digital census. Spearheaded by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), this leap ahead marks a significant step forward in the country’s quest for progress and development. This will change the way demographic information is gathered, analyzed, and utilized for policymaking and planning.

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People & Profiles

Dr Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero: From Humble Beginnings to Healthcare Hero

Dr Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero radiates confidence, elegance, and a commanding presence in her matte-black corporate suit. At 55 years old, she exudes an energy and poise that is both captivating and inspiring. Her spectacles accentuate the aura of intellectual prowess that she has honed over decades of service. Her bright red brooch with matching Afro-designed earrings adds a touch of vibrancy to her overall appearance, making her a true force to be reckoned with. Dr Aceng is a paediatrician, researcher, medical administrator, and politician. In this profile, we delve into her life and career, sharing her triumphs, challenges, and lessons learned.

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The Balance Sheet Equation: Why Electricity Tariffs In Uganda Will Remain High

Jinja. The Electricity Regulatory Authority on Friday announced the electricity tariffs for the first quarter of 2024. As expected, the new tariffs did not reflect a big change from the…

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Nuclear Makes Historical Entry Into Energy Transition at COP28

Dubai. During the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) hosted by Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, countries made a historical call for accelerating the deployment of low-emission technologies, including nuclear…

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“Fall from the Top: The Heartbreak of Dokolo Progressive School’s Penalty Shootout Defeat”

By Ouni Jaspher  Dokolo March 25. It was a thrilling day on the football field as Dokolo progressive secondary school faced off against St. John Bosco secondary school in the…

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Ugandan Long-Distance Runner Benjamin Kiplagat Fatally Stabbed in Tragic Incident

By Nancy Emily Nagujja The Ugandan athletics community mourns the devastating loss of Benjamin Kiplagat, a prominent long-distance runner whose life was tragically cut short in an unfathomable incident. The…

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Jose Chameleone’s wife Daniella wants brother-in-law arrested over domestic violence

By Mathias Mwanga Daniella Atim Mayanja, wife to top artist Jose Chameleone wants her brother in-law Weasel Manizo behind bars for allegedly battering his baby mama Sandra Teta. Photos of…

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Winnie Nwagi allegedly denied entry to Internal Affairs Ministry over indecent dressing

By Mathias Mwanga Kampala– Songstress Winnie Nwagi has allegedly been barred from accessing Ministry of Internal Affairs headquarters due to improper dress code. According to a video that went viral…


Ugandan Culinary Enthusiast Mama D Sets New World Record in Marathon Cooking Feat

By Nancy Emily Nagujja Ugandan culinary enthusiast Dorcus Basheba Kirabo, affectionately known to many as “Mama D”, accomplished an extraordinary feat that could secure her a place in culinary history.…

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Government Urged to Deliberately Invest in Local Content

Emmanuel Ewaku, the director of investment at Operation Wealth Creation (OWC), criticizes the prevalent content style driven by Western ideals and emphasizes the need for a shift. “Uganda and Africa as a whole need to tell their own and get away from the hysteria content style, which focuses on which story sells. This system is a creation of the Western world, it is not ours,” Ewaku stresses.

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