Last week, Makerere University closed the one month application period for the University’s top job- the Vice Chancellorship. At about 5:00pm, Thursday, the triple locked box, held by two Police officers-one with a gun on his back was lifted to the main building
By [Abdu Kiyaga]
The decision by Greece’s anti-austerity government in Athens to refuse fresh EU-IMF loans has set economists guessing how long Greece’s meagre finances can last.
Packaging materials supplier Tetra Pak says it plans to increase by a quarter the recycling rate of its products
By [NATION Correspondent]
Although Charity is just a youthful side, Tornado B will go the extra mile and bring in the Kenyans.
By [DARREN ALLAN KYEYUNE]
Naibu Waziri Mkuu Musalia Mudavadi na Waziri wa Haki Eugene Wamalwa wamesema wana hakika muungano wao wa Amani utashinda kwenye uchaguzi mkuu ujao.
Section HABARI ZA SIASA
By [ERICK NGOBILO]
Lanky professional Godfrey Mande leads a strong Ugandan contingent of six golfers in this year’s Rwanda Open that tees off this morning at the par-72 Kigali Golf Course.
By [Innocent Ndawula]
The government has launched a new initiative to revitalise debates in schools. The move, according to the Commissioner of Education for private schools in the Ministry of Education and Sports , Mr Nsumba Lyazi would create awareness among students on international
By [Martin Ssebuyira]
Acquiring its own theatre will be a defining moment for The Ebonies.
By [Moses Serugo]
I am writing in reference to the tetanus vaccine that will be given to women of child-bearing age from October 13 to 19.
Rasna Warah’s article (Nation, October 13) was spot on. She is the second voice I’ve heard in recent weeks asking for justice for the victims of post election violence.
This is part eleven of the 100 people Dennis Matanda loves not to like. Part ten ran last Sunday<br/>
By [Dennis Matanda]
The death of Prof Ali Mazrui is a big blow to Kenya and the world. He was a rare breed, and very few scholars could play in his league; in fact, Prof Mazrui was many things weaved into one person.
Muhammad Ssewagaba has been tormented by the public and the media<br/>
By [HAFSAH NABAYUNGA]
The 2015 Africa Cup of Nations gets underway in Equatorial Guinea today with the hosts taking on Congo in Bata