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Human rights

10:52
10:52

M23 Rebels, FARDC Clash Claims Eight, Leaves Nine Others Nursing Injuries Lawrence Kanyuka 1 Top story

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, M23 rebels' president Bertrand Bisimwa and political spokesperson Lawrence Kanyuka released a joint statement, reporting that four houses were destroyed by bombs during the fighting.
08:24
08:24

Mbale City Asks People on Demolished Building to Go to Court for Redress Mbale High Court 2 1

Kutosi stated that the building was demolished because it had become a nuisance within the town. He mentioned that this building is not the only one slated for demolition, as the council is still in court seeking demolition orders for other condemned buildings.
07:57
07:57

Police Stuck with Defilement Case Pinning LC3 Chairperson Soroti district 1

The case registered under SD07/10/05/2024 of Gweri Police Station in Soroti district is losing ground after the only document with details of the victim’s date of birth was tempered with during the police investigations.
14:30
14:30

NUP Mukono Wing Set Seven Core Activities for Tuesday Moblisation Tour associate 1

Despite repeated interruptions during their initial national tours, party members in Mukono assert that they have informed the police about all their planned activities.

Business and finance

15:28
15:28

Kabale Municipal Authorities Start Evicting Roadside Vendors 2 2

During his visit last week to preside over the fresh verification of vendors and allocation of lockups in Kabale Central Market, Magyezi ordered the eviction of all roadside vendors from the streets of Kabale town.
14:53
14:53

Corporate Leaders Call for Collaboration for Stability, Growth 1

Robert Mutumba, the Vice President on the ICPAU Council, said where there is no collaboration and support for each other, there is space for stagnation in growth and development and even collapse
09:53
09:53

Mbarara City Authorities Close Damaged Katete Bridge 3

The bridge that was constructed in 1999 crosses over River Rwizi and provides a shortcut for traders connecting to Mbarara from Isingiro district and a shorter route to residents who stay in Nyamitanga and Katete Ward.
16:25
16:25

UCC Gives Online Media Two Months to Register or Close 4

UCC says that there are more than 200 of the kind in the country, but only 35 are licensed to operate, despite being required to pay a registration fee of only 100,000 shillings.