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09:48
09:48

Journalist Accuses Police of Assault 1 1

Scovin Iceta, who reports for NTV and the Daily Monitor told URN on Friday that police officers in Adjumani roughed him up on Thursday evening after spotting him taking pictures of a pregnant mother carrying boiled maize running away to evade arrest.
08:38
08:38

Kidnappers Demand UGX 5.5M Ransom for Bukomansimbi LC V Chairperson's Nephew 2

Witnesses say two men jumped out of a Premio car parked by the roadside and grabbed Muwonge. He tried to fight back by his attackers subdued him and threw him in the vehicle before speeding off.
20:24
20:24

Judicial Service Commission Promotes 11 Judicial Officers

Seven Grade One Magistrates Esther Nalungi, Gordon Muhimbise, Freddie Awacnedi, Benson Semondo, Joy Nambozo, Beatrice Khainza and Simon Toloko Simon were promoted to the rank of Chief Magistrate.
11:45
11:45

Panic as Four Young Girls Disappear From One Village in Lwengo 3

The missing children have been identified as Titi Runkuse,10, Amina Nakavuma,12, Patience Nambarire,13, and Riya Namboggo,13.

Slideshow

12:23
12:23

Pictorial: Mysterious Underground Tunnels in Ngora District Top story

Odeke discovered the tunnels about three weeks ago while digging a pit latrine in his compound.

Business and finance

09:09
09:09

Government Sure to Meet Electricity Connectivity Target Despite Big Backlog 1 2 Top story

Procurement of 234,989 no-pole connection materials utilizing funds from the Exim Bank of China Access project (under TBEA contract) is also ongoing and these materials are expected in August 2021.
16:23
16:23

Real Estate Dealers Watching Proposed Mailo Land System Review

The real estate market in Uganda is among the seemingly flourishing ventures in the economy with increase in demand and investor confidence rising.
15:07
15:07

Nabilatuk District Leaders Lash at Contractor for Delaying NUSAF 3 Projects 3 1

Agro Max, an agribusiness service provider that supplies innovative and sustainable agricultural solutions to small- and large-scale farmers across Uganda was paid 1.1 Billion Shillings last November to implement 49 projects.
14:07
14:07

How President Suluhu ’s Covid-19 Game Helps Tanzania’s Regional Charm Offensive 1 Top story

President Hassan announced plans of a mass vaccination of Tanzanians as well as updating the nation and the world about new cases and deaths. Previously, Tanzania had stayed out of regional initiatives towards Covid-19, but her attitude brings new hope that these and other regional initiatives could now be implemented more easily.

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