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08:44

Mbarara City Council Struggles to Dispose Unclaimed Bodies 3

Mbarara City Council in October 2023 lost its Cemetery land in Court after a group of people sued the council for encroaching on their land leaving the city without a burial site for unclaimed bodies.
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19:43

Hillary Onek Calls for More Food to Refugees In Uganda 1 3

The Minister said Uganda is currently not able to provide three meals a day for the growing number of refugees.
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19:32

Injured Amuria Student Still Yearns for Justice amuria high school 1 1 Top story

URN followed the matter and discovered that the patient was discharged from Soroti Regional Referral Hospital before he could receive the required treatment and surgery.
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18:11

Why Human Organs Are Donated Out of Love lung cancer 6 1 Top story

Guiding Principle 5 of WHO Guiding Principles on Human Cells, Tissue and Organ Transplantation states that, 'The human body and its parts cannot be the subject of commercial transactions."

Business and finance

08:14
08:14

Standard Chartered Connects Uganda to International Banking Services

International Banking enables clients to access global banking products and services offered in international financial centres including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United Kingdom, among others.
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11:40

Aber Hospital Gets Peritoneal Dialysis Unit in Lango Ministry of Health 9 2

The hospital located in Kamdin Sub-county installed the three machines in November last year when the first patient was admitted.
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09:02

Maracha District Imposes UGX 10,000 on Staff Loans to Boost Revenue 2 1

According to Stephen Obitre, the move is aimed at enhancing the local revenue Mobilization efforts for the district to improve service delivery.
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08:52

Uganda Struck off International Grey List 1 Top story

Since queries arose about Uganda's ability to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorist activities, and the subsequent appearance on the grey list, international transactions have met increased scrutiny, leading to delays in completing vital businesses.