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Zim authorities quiz Ugandan couple’s 'ill-gotten' properties

The matter was brought to the High Court by the Prosecutor-General through the Asset Forfeiture Unit.
By Boitumelo Makhurane May. 20, 2024

Chipidza eyes Africa Monologue Challenge win

Chipidza, who started acting in 2009 at the age of 13, is a two-time silver medallist at the World Monologue Games. She later joined Repteens, a theatre group for teenagers at Reps Theatre.
By Khumbulani Muleya Apr. 17, 2024

Wagner Group is the best solution to restore security in the DRC

The Blue Helmets proved so ineffective that the Congolese government announced their withdrawal in January 2024.
By Séraphin Ekane Apr. 17, 2024

Uganda’s President Museveni promotes son to army chief

The Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs announced late on Thursday that General Muhoozi Kainerugaba had been appointed the chief of defence forces
By Aljazeera Mar. 22, 2024

Lady Chevrons on brink of Games history

Mupachikwa got the player of the match awards in the matches against Rwanda and Uganda and became the first Zimbabwean female batter to score 1000 T20I runs.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 13, 2024

Political polarisation — side and perspective taking

Political polarisation is cancerous, once it sets in, it creates binary divisions that complexify human relations and power and decision dynamics.
By Nicholas Aribino Feb. 9, 2024

What next for chocking Chevrons?

Even their Test status and pedigree in the game could not intimidate Namibia and Uganda.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 1, 2023

Lady Cheetahs cry foul

Uganda Rugby Union chairperson, Godwin Kayangwe said the move aims to align the ladies game with their male counterparts.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 1, 2023

It gets worse for Chevrons

The Uganda national cricket team defeated Zimbabwe by five wickets to leave the ICC full members on the brink of failing to qualify for the global showcase.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 27, 2023