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17:09
17:09

UNRA Starts Repairs of Docking Piers 2 5

Allan Ssempebwa Kyobe, the UNRA Spokesperson says that the works will be completed at the end of August. “The landing sites were low lying that is why they got submerged and now we need to pile more stones and other materials to raise the docking areas,” Ssempebwa says.
16:54
16:54

Body of Kitgum Nurse Still Missing River Pager 2 1

Robert Mutegeki Akiiki 24 is believed to have died after being swept by fast-flowing waters as he attempted to cross the river to tend to his garden in Nyanza ward in Pager Division
14:14
14:14

120 Ugandan Humanitarian Workers Return From DRC, Ethiopia

The Ugandans include the staff of the United Nations and its agencies and other non-governmental organizations in Africa.
11:18
11:18

NOTU Opposes Planned Demonstration Against NSSF 2 3

A concerned citizen Gideon Tugume wrote a letter to NSSF MD, Richard Byarugaba on July 9th, saying members will demonstrate at the NSSF branches across the country until each member is given a bailout of shillings 5 million to survive during the Covid-19 pandemic

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19:16
19:16

Pictorial: Parliament Inter-denominational Prayers COVID-19 Pandemic

Parliament on Thursday convened Inter-denominational prayers marking the beginning of the Fifth and last Session of the Tenth Parliament under the theme “For When I am Weak, then I am Strong” derived from 2 Corinthians 12:10. Three Parliament Chaplains including the Anglican Chaplain Rev. Canon Christine Shimanya, the Catholic Chaplain Rev. Fr. Ponsiano Kawesa and the Imam of Parliament Al-hajj Adbulatif Ssebagala led the prayers in which legislators prayed for peaceful 2021 general election and the end to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Business and finance

15:52
15:52

160 Motorcycles Impounded in Gulu for Violating COVID-19 Rules 1 3

Emmanuel Mafundo, the Gulu District Police Commander says that police have commenced issuance of Express Penalty Scheme receipts as a punitive measure to stop the vice.
15:27
15:27

Amuru COVID-19 Task Force Concerned About Mairungi Trade Among Security Personnel 1 2

Geoffrey Oceng, the Amuru District Covid-19 Task Force Chairperson says that Mairungi is being illegally transported by long-distance cargo truck drivers who supply consumers who include security personnel in Elegu while retail dealers use the porous border points to sneak the substance into South Sudan.
12:46
12:46

Activist Petitions Constitutional Court Over NSSF Monopoly NSSF Fund 1

The petition notes “imposing compulsory registration eligibility, contribution, and restrictions on employers and employees violates rights of contributors and members to free, open and democratic society…”
12:20
12:20

Ministry of Health Lifts Ban on Public Transport in Arua arua district 2 4

The State Minister for Health Robinah Nabbanja, said that movement of buses, taxis and other forms of public transport except Boda Bodas, should resume operations.

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