Uganda Premier League side Mbarara City has appointed Paul Nkata as their new head coach. Nkata gets into the club's system as a replacement to Charles Livingstone Mbabazi who left the club at the climax of the previous campaign. Nkata will be assisted by Brain Senyondo who has been
Date: Friday 29th November 2019 Venue: IUEA Auditorium Entry Fee: Ordinary Shs10,000, VIP 30,000 VVIP 50,000 Table 100,000 Gates Open at 4:00 pm Fresh from his second professional fight against Tyson Mbikayi, Uganda's heavyweight boxer Shafiq "Killing Machine" Kiwanuka will get back into the rings on the 29th
Event: Independence Chess Rapid Date: Wednesday 9th October 2019 Venue: Nob View Hotel, Ntinda Time of play: 15 minutes (7 Rounds) Registration: 20,000/- Upto 8th October Fresh from their engagement in the international Hoogeveen Invitational Youth Chess Championship, Dove Chess Academy has organized a maiden chess event.
Denizlispor FC 0-1 Konyaspor Kulubu Farouk Miya's lone strike was all that Konyaspor needed to take home three points against Denizlispor Football Club in the Turkish Super Lig on Sunday. The Uganda Cranes attacking midfielder scored in the 54th minute time at Denizli Atatürk Stadium with a turning right-footed
Uganda U17 Girls team head coach Ayub Khalifa has named the final squad that will take part in the upcoming CECAFA U17 tournament. The maiden championship is slated for 20th -29th September in Mauritius. Uganda will be represented by a squad of 20 players having three goalkeepers, five defenders, six midfielders,
Aaron Ssozi is an eight-year-old Ugandan chess player training with Dove Chess Academy owned and managed by a Woman Fide Master Christine Namaganda. Last week, Ssozi a scholar at Arcons International school was among the eight students that took part in the just-concluded Hoogeveen Invitational Youth Chess Championship that happened
This past week, Coach Christine Namaganda led Team Uganda to a successful finish at the Hoogeveen Invitational Youth Chess Championships held in the Netherlands. More than 100 participants from across the globe participated in the intense one-week competition under different categories. Team Uganda was represented by Eight students in five sections of