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16:43
16:43

Lakwena’s Father Dies Aged 99 Alice Lakwena 1 Top story

Lokoya died at about 2 Am Saturday at his home in Awere Cell in Pece-Laroo Division, Gulu City. He was 99 years old.
12:35
12:35

Arua City to Enforce Six-Month Imprisonment for Workplace Sexual Harassment Jimmy Anguyo 1 4

Statistics obtained from police indicates that Arua city recorded 418 domestic violence cases, 112 defilement case, 3 indecent assault cases and 10 rape cases last year.
16:34
16:34

Karamoja CSOs Urge Localized Development Funding 4 1 Top story

A locally-led mode of development assistance or localization is preferred because it allows local actors to implement activities based on the needs of the communities where the civil actors are based.
16:16
16:16

Wokorach Installed As Archbishop Gulu Archdiocese Pope Francis 3 Top story

The 63-year-old prelate was installed Friday from St Joseph’s Cathedral in Gulu City after the imposition of a pallium in a colorful ceremony presided over by the Apostolic Nuncio to Uganda Archbishop Luigi Bianco.

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19:18
19:18

Museveni Addresses Cabinet on Corruption.

President Museveni said it is now clear that corruption is a big problem in Uganda. He notes IGG estimates that the country loses Ug.sh 9.7 trillion per year on account of corruption.

Business and finance

13:03
13:03

UPPC Gains Momentum in Modern Printing and Publishing 3 3 Top story

UPPC Chief Executive Officer Sudi Nangoli stated that the stakeholders' engagement aimed to build trust and loyalty for ongoing long-term relationships, integrating stakeholders into the product development process. He reported an increase in customer satisfaction rates to 80 percent, attributed to the introduction of digital machinery.
09:59
09:59

Scientists Extend Fight Against Banana Bunchy Top Virus To West Nile 1 4

Over the past three years, banana farmers in the districts of Nebbi, Arua, Zombo, Maracha, Terego and Arua City have been battling with the disease, which causes severe stunting and bunching of banana leaves and complete loss of fruit production especially in the second season of production.
09:02
09:02

Traders Count Losses As Charcoal Stove Fire Ravages Adjumani Shop 2 1

The fire, which started at around 1:00 am on Friday morning, reportedly started from a cooking stove before spreading to other shops. Preliminary reports suggest that a shop attendant, who was cooking at night, left a charcoal stove unattended after falling asleep, which sparked the fire.
08:34
08:34

Museveni Says Negative Media Coverage Hampers Uganda’s Development 1

The President condemned some media houses for distorting facts and creating harmful narratives, highlighting an incident in 1989 to illustrate his point. At that time, he was working to commercialese milk production in the cattle corridor. He noted that the move aimed to integrate traditional pastoralists into the money economy by promoting milk production.