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13:09
13:09

University Students Arrested in Anti- Corruption Demos 2

Key roads leading to parliament including Kimathi Avenue, King George VL Street, Siadi Barre and Nile avenues have been cut off.
11:32
11:32

Siblings Fight Over Burial of Lakwena’s Father 4 1

Okoya died on July 13 at his home in Awere Cell in Pece-Laroo Division in Gulu City after months of battling prostate cancer. He was 99 years old. His body has since been lying at the Fourth Infantry Division military morgue in Gulu City pending burial.
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12:51

Justice Gaswaga’s New Role Won't Affect Kwoyelo's Trial-ICD Registrar Uganda Radio 1 3

Juliet Harty Hatanga, the ICD Deputy Registrar told Uganda Radio Network Monday that despite Justice Gaswaga's new role at the African Court, he will continue sitting on the panel in the trial of Kwoyelo until the case is concluded.
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14:04

Building Review Board Wants 2013 Law Amended 4 2 Top story

The Board says the buildings in Kampala are a death trap. It is seeking stiffer penalties.

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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

17:49
17:49

COMESA, EAC, SADC Bloc Enforcement Starts Thursday 1

This comes after Angola deposited her Instruments of Ratification of the Agreement, become the 14th member state, enabling the Tripartite to meet the required number to enforce the agreement
17:16
17:16

Africa Finance Ministries Agree on Tackling Climate Change

Africa will need a minimum of 35 billion dollars per year to to keep under check the negative effects of climate change, even if global efforts against warming meet the target of less that 2⁰C, according to expert analyses.
10:24
10:24

Rural Women Reaping Big from Wetland Regeneration 7 1

Ketty Apili, a resident of Awiealem village, Orit parish, in Agweng sub-county is among the community monitors who have since stopped encroaching on the wetland and now farming on the upland.
07:53
07:53

Cattle Traders Criticize Contractor for Inefficient Slaughter Facility in Sanga Town Council 2 Top story

Joseph Mujasi, the chairman of Sanga abattoir, expressed that providing an upgraded facility with modern machines without training the workers on how to use them was a waste of time. He noted that the contractor had installed short rails that animals could easily jump over and had not provided water reservoirs to clean the meat during slaughtering.