Education Ministry Bans Charging of Fees for Online Teaching

By Richard Akandwanaho The Ministry of Education and Sports, has instructed schools that offer online teaching, not to charge parents for this service. According to a letter dated July 7th 2020 by Alex Kakooza, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education, government is not opposed to online learning but having received complaints from some parents […]

National Politics

COVID-19: Kabale woman MP Donates 10 tons of Maize flour

By Anthony Kushaba Kabale The Kabale woman Member of Parliament Hon. Catherine Ndamira Atwakire has today donated 10 tons of maize flour to the Kabale District COVID-19 task force to support the poor and vulnerable families in the district. The donation was handed over to the chairperson of the taskforce, also the Kabale District Resident […]

National Politics

Police Officer Investigated for Assaulting Village Chairman

By APN Reporter Ntungamo Security team in Ntungamo have started investigation the police officer in charge Ruhaama sub county police Station Muhoozi Charles over assaulting the Nyakagando village chairperson   Saturday Ernest Kamanda on Friday afternoon. Muhoozi and another police officer allegedly assaulted Kamanda at Nyakagando trading center after he asked him not to brutalize people […]

Crime Education

Former St.Mary’s College Rushoroza Student Laid to Rest

By Felix Tumwesigye Kabale The body of Brayer Ahimbisibwe, a S3 student of St Mary’s College Rushoroza in Kabale municipality who died while extracting sand has this afternoon been laid to rest in their ancestral home in Kasheregyenyi Kamuganguzi Sub County Kabale district. Ahimbisibwe who was set to join S4 died yesterday when a sand […]


Parish Chairperson on the Spot Over Sale of Trees

By Felix Tumwesigye Kabale James Turyamutunga alias Ryeiza the local council II Chairperson for Kanjoobe parish in Kyanamira sub county is in trouble over the sale of a tree plantation covering three hectares. The chairperson is said to have connived with the parish chief James Niwamanya to sell off the trees in Nyamirwa village without […]


Ntungamo Schools Cautioned on Deviating from School Calendar

By Anthony Kushaba Ntungamo Authorities in Ntungamo district have cautioned schools in the area against deviating from the school calendar by opening for a new term before the official opening date. The warning comes amidst reports that some schools mainly privately owned have already opened for the 1st term of 2020 before the official Opening […]