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11:46
11:46

Kasese District Registers High Cases of Child Abuse 4 1

According to records, the district registered an increase of child abuse cases from 2,082 in 2018 to 20,653 in 2019. Last year, the cases rose to 25,439 cases and this year alone Kasese has so far recorded over 22 child abuse cases.
11:16
11:16

Defiled by her Teacher, Child Mother now Raped by Thugs 3 1

The victim was attacked by thugs in the night when her mother was away to take care of a patient admitted in Mbarara.
10:51
10:51

Three Bizonto Comedians Re-arrested 1 1

The three; Julius Sserwanja also known as Kidomoole, Mbabaali Maliseeri (Uncle Luyuguumo), and Gold Ki Matono, also known as Opeto were arrested from Radio Simba over a satirical skit which, according to the government was used to promote sectarianism. Their counterpart Sssaabakaaki Peter (Omuzinyuuzi) was not found at the station at the time of their arrest.

Slideshow

11:22
11:22

Pictorial: Pedestrians, Motorists Compete for Space on Non-Motorised Transport Corridor Top story

The Non-Motorized Transport Corridor-NMT, which is the first of its kind in Kampala and funded by the government is meant to reduce congestion by giving leeway to pedestrians and cyclists.

Business and finance

11:08
11:08

Cattle Keepers in Kalungu Struggling for Pasture as FMD Outbreak Bites 2 1

Sulait Kabiito, one of the prominent cattle keepers in Bukulula Sub County narrates that the FMD outbreak coincided with a dry season when pastures are too scarce, indicating that he is currently struggling to look for grass on which he can feed his animals.
07:57
07:57

Intermittent Power Supply Ruining Business in Kanungu 5 1

Kanungu depends on the 33 KiloVolt (KV) Rukungiri-Kanungu and Muhanga-Rugyeyo power line. But, according to residents, the line blacks out often leaving them in total darkness for longer hours, especially during day time. The problem is even worse when it rains.
21:49
21:49

UCC Seeks Public Opinion On Infrastructure Sharing Policy 1

Apart from attempts to reduce on the cost of service provision, infrastructure sharing also aims at reducing the concentration of facilities, especially masts in some areas. There are some claims that the congestion increases the risks associated to effects of radiation, which may in the long run affect the health of humans staying within that area.
14:32
14:32

Farmers Willing to Cost-Share On Vaccines With Gov't, As Quarantine Hits Milk Supplies 5 1

Apophia Nayebare, a milk trader in Kampala, says if they increase the price of the milk beyond Shs1,400 per liter, they risk losing their customers, yet the margin is very small, less than Shs 100, before deducting other expenses.

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