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19:25
19:25

Energy, Finance Officials Disagree on Compensation of Pipeline Affected Persons 3

Construction of the East African Crude Oil Export Pipeline project is due to start next year, but people along the planned route were evicted almost two years ago, with promises of compensation.
17:53
17:53

Busega- Mpigi Expressway Casual Labourers Strike over Wage Deduction Protests 4 1

Kenneth Kabazzi says that his wage was deducted from 15,000 to 9,000 Shillings contrary to what he signed in the contract.
14:32
14:32

CSOs Doubt Credibility and Fairness of the Electoral Process 3

These organized under the National NGO Forum say the episodes of violence observed in previous days and disruptions of opposition campaign programs by the security forces make it impracticable for some of the opposition presidential candidates to campaign.
12:31
12:31

Masaba Cultural Institution Announces Dates for Electing New Cultural Leader 1 3

The different clan heads from Uganda and Kenya, sitting as delegates from 26 clans across Masaba land both in Kenya and Uganda are going to elect a new cultural leader, Umukuka.

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16:51
16:51

Pictorial: Strong Winds Leave 300 People Homeless in Nakasongola

More than 60 houses have been destroyed by strong winds at Munami village in Nakasongola district leaving over 300 people homeless.

Business and finance

19:25
19:25

Energy, Finance Officials Disagree on Compensation of Pipeline Affected Persons 3

Construction of the East African Crude Oil Export Pipeline project is due to start next year, but people along the planned route were evicted almost two years ago, with promises of compensation.
16:46
16:46

Poor State of Rwenkuba Bridge Irks Rukungiri Residents 3

The bridge that connects Kahoko parish to Kigaga parish leading collapsed six months ago after River Kashengu burst its banks.
11:48
11:48

Cipla's Efforts to Convince Shareholders of a Turnaround 3

The company's local sales increased by 18% during the year, and this helped to almost offset the the deficit left by the cessation of supply to Zambia, which has apparently defaulted on payment of whopping $12 million debt to Cipla for sullies made This growth however, is being affected by the growing local competition, which in some cases forced Cipla to cut prices.
07:04
07:04

Floods Submerge Paraa Docking Pier 1 2

UWA on Sunday issued a flood alert indicating that the floods have submerged the ferry docking points at Paraa crossing making it impossible for the ferry to operate across the Nile river.

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