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13:55
13:55

Nansana Shooting Victim in Agony with Bullet Still Lodged in Chest UPDF 1 3

Kafeero who is the husband to Ritah Nabuyungo who was also killed, was shot two bullets in the chest.
08:51
08:51

Masaka Court Throws Out Vote Recount Application for Bukoto South 4

Hajji Abdu Kiyimba Bukoto South, one of the candidates who contested on the NRM party ticket dragged the Electoral Commission and the winner Dr Twaha Kagabo to court seeking for recounting of votes arguing that the tallying processes were marred by irregularities.
13:52
13:52

Woman Arrested for Stealing Baby After Strangling Mother Mukono

The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Luke Owesigire says they have arrested the suspect from Kalangala district and they are yet to transfer her to the district where she committed the crime. He notes that the baby has been recovered in good condition.
14:39
14:39

Kyagulanyi Deserves Humane Treatment by Gov't -Bishop Ochola 1 2

His remarks come as the former presidential candidate completes the first week of restrictions imposed against his movement by security agencies that have also blocked access to his home in Magere, Wakiso District. Kyagulanyi is held with his wife Barbra Itungo, who reportedly has an 18-months-old baby in her custody.

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07:52
07:52

Pictorial: Local Government Elections in Kampala Top story

At the different polling stations, voters ignored the Standard Operating Procedures such as wearing masks, washing hands and observing the recommended social distance

Business and finance

08:26
08:26

Uganda to Spend UGX 7 Trillion On Loans

According to the National Budget Framework Paper 2021/2022, the total resource envelope in the next financial year is projected at 45.658 Trillion Shillings, which is a slight increase of 164 billion shillings from the current budget.
19:40
19:40

Consult Public, Cooperate with Gov't, Taxi Operators Tell Kampala's New Leaders 4

Mayambala Mustafa the vice chairman Joint taxi operator’s consortium {JOITCO} says there has been misrepresentation when it comes to setting laws that effectively impact Kampala people, caused by the technical and political gap between the policy makers at city hall and the people.
17:03
17:03

Electronic Receipts: Consumers To Foot Costs

“Over the past years, revenue collections have remained low and this is attributable to key challenges that directly impact on revenue mobilisation that include; under-declaration of sales, false refunds and offset claims, a large and difficult to penetrate informal sector (for tax purpose), poor record keeping by taxpayers,” says URA in its defense.
13:57
13:57

SPCs Protest Delayed Payment in Hoima 1

According to the aggrieved SPCs, each was meant to be paid shillings 80,000 as allowance and Sh20,000 for transport.

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