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07:03
07:03

Verbatim: DGF Development Partner Statement on the Lifting of the Suspension 1 Top story

The facility was suspended by the Government of Uganda in February 2021. The suspension halted DGF funded activities of over 80 state and non-state implementing partners; and significantly impacted individuals, communities and institutions including at local level, that were beneficiaries of these engagements
17:38
17:38

Can Gulu City Authorities Sustain Directive on Trade Order? Gulu City Council 4 1

On Monday, Tumwesigye re-echoed to Uganda Radio Network in an interview that they will not relent on the new directive that seeks to ensure traders utilize the available designated business spaces.
13:38
13:38

Hearing of 40 Criminal Appeals Starts at Arua High Court 3 1

According to the cause list issued by the Court of Appeal the Deputy Registrar Lillian Bucyana, the offenses are; Aggravated Robbery (23), Aggravated Defilement (11) and Murder being the highest (23).
07:51
07:51

Contractor Rescued From Mob Over Shoddy Work 2

On Sunday, the police and Bukwo Resident District Commissioner, Samuel Hashaka Mpimbasa battled with angry residents who had attempted to lynch Difas Kyekwer, the managing director of Kortek general agencies for allegedly doing shoddy work.

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08:43
08:43

Pictorial on Bwebajja Senior Officers Pass Out Top story

Assistant Inspector General of Police -AIGP Godfrey Golooba, who presided over the pass out on behalf of Inspector General of Police -IGP Martin Ochola rallied the officers to ensure that they practice the skills they have acquired and exhibit them in their duties purposely to match the ever-changing policing needs.

Business and finance

12:37
12:37

Fuel Prices: Neighbours Will Consult Us on 'No-Subsidy Policy' Ggoobi Says 4 1 Top story

Ggoobi claims that some countries are consulting Uganda on how it has managed to handle the situation as they seek to follow suit. Secretary to Treasury Ramathan Ggoobi claims that some countries are benchmarking with Uganda on how it has managed to handle the situation as they seek to follow suit.
11:59
11:59

Public Transporters Count on Overloading to Break Even Amidst Soaring Fuel Prices 5

According to Umar Ddungu, the chairperson of western route bus transporters, a 67 passenger capacity bus consumes 250 litres of fuel between Kampala and Mbarara, which now costs over 1.5 million shillings, but passengers are have refused to pay more than 20,000. This means even with a full booking, they start the trip with a loss of over half a million shillings after losing on 160,000 shillings fuel, before even counting other mandatory charges amounting to 433,000 shillings at the bus park.
09:33
09:33

Ankole Tea Estate Workers Protest Low Pay

Their secretary Paddy Twesigomwe said that field workers who pluck tea leaves earn 5700 shillings daily working for 22 days which makes only 125,400 shillings a month and they only want it increased to 10,000 shillings per day.
08:51
08:51

Karimojong Start Eating Uganda's Wildlife due to Hunger

James Okware, the senior warden officer in charge of Bokora, Matheniko, Pian, and Upe game reserves said the Karimojong have launched massive illegal poaching of animals in the protected game reserves in an excuse of the current biting hunger.

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