Author: Mwagalwa Bob Joel

Five-year-old boy dies from Ebola in Kasese

A five-year-old boy who tested positive for Ebola in Kasese District in western Uganda has died, a health ministry official said Wednesday, in the first spread of a deadly outbreak in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. “The boy who tested positive for Ebola in Kasese yesterday passed on last night in the isolation unit,” […]

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At just 18, she was that beautiful girl that her mother always referred to as her little princess. Naome was a slightly tall half white,half black girl with small eyes that matched with her tiny round lips. She love reading so much the works of Charlotte Brontee, and the novel she read over and over […]

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CAA Donates Shs10m Towards Entebbe Rotary Club Health Initiatives

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has supported Entebbe Rotary Club health initiatives with a Shs10m cash contribution. The Shs10m cheque was officially handed over to the Entebbe Rotary Club president George Bush by CAA Public Affairs Manager Luggya Vianney on Wednesday. The Entebbe Rotary Club President George Bush thanked CAA for their cash contribution and added […]

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Premier League
Jorge Mendes says Jose Felix Mourinho is committed to Manchester United amid Real Madrid reports

Jorge Mendes has issued a rare statement insisting Jose Mourinho remains “fully committed” to Manchester United amid reports of interest from Real Madrid. Sky Sports News reported this week that sources close to the United boss had dismissed claims he could return to the Bernabeu as untrue. Now Mendes – head of agency Gestifute – has […]

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New CAA Search And Rescue Regulations Target Increased Stakeholder Participation.

With the ever growing and dynamic aviation industry, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has embarked on the process of reviewing and updating the search and rescue regulations (SARs) with a major objective of sensitizing and getting feedback from the different stakeholders, agencies and institutions that play a vital role in search and rescue services as contained […]

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CAA Hosts Regional Aviation English Language Train The Trainer Course.

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has bolstered it’s position and ranking on the African Continent after it successfully sponsored and hosted the regional Aviation English Language Train the trainer course. The five day training which was held in Entebbe from 15th-19th October 2018 and conducted by the International Federation Of Air Traffic Controllers’ Association (IFATCA) had […]

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Campus News
Water crisis hits Mary Stuart Hall, toilets left un-flushed

By Josephine Ahabwe Water crisis has hit Makerere University’s magnificent girls’ hall Mary Stuart, jamming sanitation as well as risking residents’ health situation. When Journalism@mak visited the hall on Friday, our reporter found a deteriorated health situations as toilets are left unflushed, causing them to extremly stink. The problem has been escalated by ongoing renovation […]

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Campus News
The Difference Boys We Date And The Men We Should

The boy you date will duck out when you mess up. It’s like they are almost looking for reasons to end it so they use anything they can. The man you should date will forgive you for it. That first fight you realize didn’t end everything. And when you apologize you simply move on and […]

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Ivan Byekwaso former Mr Uganda dies at 41

After impressing and finishing fourth in the IFBB International Bayerische Meisterschaft Class 2 men’s bodybuilding championship, he decided to settle in Germany and compete for them instead of struggling in Uganda. “It was stressful competing for Uganda with no food, supplements, school fees for my kids, house rent and transport to the gym,” he said […]

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