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Senior Security Officers in Masaka Accused of Torturing Opposition Supporters 1 5

The NUP leaders led by Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba, the MP for Masaka Municipality and party’s Deputy President in Charge of Central Region says that they will pursue the matter in courts of law and other tribunals that preserve Human Rights.
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Young Lady in Agony with Bullet Still Lodged in her Spine Kyagulanyi protests 2 2

Namambo was shot in Seeta town of Mukono district on the afternoon of November 18, as Security forces fired during protests sparked off by the arrest of National Unity Platform-NUP presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine in Luuka district
13:28
13:28

Pader People Welcome 'Sidelining' of Lawyers in New Small Claims Procedure 2

Akung who was speaking on behalf of the business community claimed that lawyers enjoy cheating the poor by encouraging them to chase court hearings that often have no future.
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Oyam Residents Demand Compensation for Destroyed Crops OPM 5 1

For more than four years, the residents have been losing crops and fruits to animals especially elephants straying from the Murchison Park with their numbers increasing every year.

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Pictorial: Strong Winds Leave 300 People Homeless in Nakasongola

More than 60 houses have been destroyed by strong winds at Munami village in Nakasongola district leaving over 300 people homeless.

Business and finance

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Bureaucracy, Bribery Major Obstacles to Uganda's Competitiveness - Survey Makerere University 3

Producers also faulted government for failing to even enforce standards that are in place, to protect the export markets. The Managing Director of Nakifuma Farm Company Ltd, John Magnay attacked government for looking on and talking about import substitution as the country continued to import meat from Kenya.
11:57
11:57

Farmers Resort to Snares to Catch Produce Thieves 1 2 Top story

Rose Anena, a farmer in Lokung Sub County in Lamwo district is one of the farmers who fell victim to the theft of approximately 1,800 kilograms of simsim. According to Anena, thieves raid their gardens mainly in the night or when it is raining.
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NSSF Ready to Lend to Local Governments urban authorities 3

The National Social Security Fund, which is the biggest single local lender to the central government, says they are ready to lend to districts and cities if they are allowed by the laws to do so.
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09:24

Farmers Worried as China Tightens COVID-19 Measures on Fresh Imports 4

The declining quality is also very evident in the physical structure of animals especially in eastern Uganda, where, one respondent said "a cow can be mistaken for a big goat".

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