• New Minister of Information and National Guidance Hon. Maj. Gen. Jim Muhwezi on plans for the film industry and the Media – reappoints Council Members

  • Left Mr.Mukasa Mulindwa HRNJ-Uganda Board Chairman looks on as Mr.Haruna Kanabi the executive secretary independent media council of Uganda launching the PFI Annual report

  • The media

    Is an essential element of modern society because it’s through a free media that the organs of the state i.e. the executive, the legislature and the judiciary can be subjected to scrutiny

  • Mr.Haruna Kanabi handing over the PFI Annual report to Mr.Richard Mugisha a representative from OSIEA

Media Council collaboration with the Electoral Commission for well coordinated Media participation in the General Elections 2016 Media Council continues to join efforts with the Electoral Commission to achieve a well regulated, increased access to the public through the Media for the 2016 General elections in Uganda.

New Minister of Information and National Guidance Hon. Maj. Gen. Jim Muhwezi on plans for the film industry and the Media – reappoints Council Members Government is planning to set up a body as a home to oversee the development of the film industry and the media the Minister of Information and National Guidance, Maj. Gen. Jim Muhwezi, has said.

Go to hell, Museveni tells city protestors President says Gen Kale Kayihura has enough tear gas that once the demonstrators take enough of it, they go home.

Education ministry rejects Uneb move to push school opening date The Ministry of Education has rejected UNEB's request to extend the date for opening schools for first term.

Police deploys heavily at Lukwago’s home POLICE has been deployed heavily at the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago’s home at Wakaliga.

How a nurse injected baby with HIV blood Clad in a kitengi dress, Rose Namubiru looks innocent, at least by looking at her ageing face.

Wakaliga accident survivors out of danger Progress so far. Mulago hospital spokesperson says those who suffered head injuries and multiple fractures have now recovered from the critical stage.

NRM Caucus Split On Funding UPDF In South Sudan NRM legislators are divided over the funding of Ugandan forces currently deployed in South Sudan, Red Pepper Online has learnt.

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