The Vision Group dominates the newspaper market in Uganda with ten publications.
THE NEW VISION
is the leading English daily newspaper with editions from Monday to Friday.The newspaper has various sections making up the whole paper, with a strong emphasis on enhanced reader value. The added value features include Pakasa, Mega Deals, Homes, Education, Jobs, Tenders, Her Vision, Health & Beauty, Harvest Money, Mwalimu, Business Vision and Entertainment. A Wednesday favourite is Toto magazine for primary school children. The New Vision newspaper supports Education in Uganda and publishes advanced career/study guides and conducts direct school education through the “Newspapers in Education” programme.
is an English weekend entertainment newspaper aimed at leisure, entertainment and relaxation for all ages, offering a variety of news features, sports, and commentary. The magazines include GOAL, Homes and Construction and Intimate.
THE SUNDAY VISION
is reading for the whole family and comes with two magazines i.e. Sunday Extra and Pearl of Africa offering a variety of background news, features, sports, lifestyle, political commentary and entertainment. Sunday Vision also carries several features including Crime, Suspense and Intrigue, and another edition of Toto magazine.
published daily in Uganda is the highest selling newspaper in the country and is an integral part of the average working Ugandan’s day. It has a variety of features which include farming, business advice, yiya ssente, relationship advice, leisure, traditional remedies, shocking eye openers, Women and health, entertainment, art, people, what’s on and sports.
is a weekly paper capturing the unpredictable rhythms and heartbeat of Kampala. Reflecting all aspects of life, politics, corporate, religon, sports, fashion, lifestyle, celebrity gossip and social events. We focus on young adults (male and female) aged 18 – 35 years and promise to offer editorial content that is appealing and gives the advertiser an ideal opportunity to accurately target this audience.
Regional newspapers are published weekly and focus on the everyday life and human interest side of the communities in Western, Northern and Eastern Uganda.
is published in Runyakore/Rukiga weekly every Monday. The main circulation area is the western part of Uganda, from Masaka to Kabale, including Toro, Kasese, Bunyoro. Orumuri
offers a variety to its readers which includes local and international news, gossip, relationships, education, politics, community news, wedding pictorial, business, herbal remedies, farming, weekly news round up and sports.
is published in Luo weekly every Wednesday. The northern part of Uganda, Gulu and Lira are Rupiny’s
main circulation area. Rupiny
has a variety of features such as farming, local and international news, politics, relationship advice, sports, community news & gossip, business, leisure, crazy crazy country, pictorials and readers’ letters & opinions.
is published in Ateso weekly every Thursday. The main circulation area covers North Eastern Uganda, Soroti, Katakwa and Kumi. Etop
gives its readers value for money with a variety of features that include regional and international news, relationship advice, farming, sports, community news and gossip, business, pictorial and readers’ letters & opinions.