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13:07
13:07

Mumbere Questions Movement Restrictions in Kasese 2 1

According to an initial plan, Mumbere expected to visit Rukoki Health Centre IV, Kilembe Mines hospital, and make a tour around Kasese municipality among other areas before addressing his subjects at Rwenzori Square. However, his convoy was led by police from his Palace in Habitant cell, Kasese Municipality straight to Rwenzori square and back to the palace.
12:38
12:38

Human- Wildlife Conflict; Balancing Conservation and Human Life 11 1

Human- wildlife conflict occurs both inside and outside the park for a various reasons including behavioral traits of the animal species, and communities illegally entering the park to access wild life resources like bush meat, but the most common is wild animal’s attraction to cultivated crops that are known to be richer in macronutrients and mineral salts than wild plants.
17:31
17:31

Police Fire Live Bullets, Tear Gas as LOP, MPs Visit Lubigi 4 1

Joel Ssenyonyi says that they wanted to go on the ground to know the challenges of people so that they can have an informed discussion when on the floor of parliament.
12:06
12:06

Researchers Recommend Continuous Administering Of PrEP Drugs To Inmates 2 1

Doctor Jonathan Kitoonsa, a researcher at the Medical Research Council/ Uganda Virus Research Institute (MRC/UVRI) says there is an urgent need to eliminate all risks of HIV spread among populations in prison facilities, to reduce the apparent HIV prevalence burden.

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16:41
16:41

Pictorial: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Delivers State Of Nation Address

During his address, President Museveni warned actors who are working for the interests of foreigners. He said that these are both corrupt and traitors and that government is monitoring their activities.

Business and finance

11:18
11:18

UNRA Equips UPDF With Maritime Vessel Skills 3 6

Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) personnel trained the soldiers, saving the country millions of shillings that would have been spent, had they been enrolled in a maritime school.
21:38
21:38

‘No Petroleum, No Revenues for Development’ Bateebe Tells Civil Society CNOOC LTD 2 4 Top story

The government estimates that the petroleum sector has capacity to generate between 2 to 2.5 billion dollars per year for the next twenty years. Bateebe said Uganda requires about $25 billion to finance renewable energy sources from hydropower, wind, , geothermal, solar and nuclear power plants.
16:37
16:37

Ggoobi Calls Bankers to Introduce Climate-Focused Products 3 1 Top story

Julius Kakeeto, the Chairman, Uganda Bankers Association said that as providers of credit for development, the banking industry was in position to lead the journey towards sustainable growth and development.
15:07
15:07

TotalEnergies Drills 47 Wells Ahead of First Oil 2025 PAU 2 3 Top story

Plans are to have about 100 wells drilled by the end of this year, and 237 wells will be required at the commencement of production.