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04:54

ICC Orders UGX 200 Billion Compensation to Ongwen’s Victims Dominic Ongwen

In a reparation decision made on Wednesday, the Judges at the Trial Chamber IX noted that the reparation will be made collectively to the victims given the magnitude of the atrocities and the number of victims.
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12:55

Police Mounts Hunt for Driver in Luwero Accident Luwero Hospital 1 2

The accident occurred after the tyre of a commuter taxi Registration Number UBH 708Q in which the four were travelling burst and forced it to swerve off the road. The deceased was identified as Bukenya Moses 43, a resident of Katikamu-Gala in Luwero District.
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17:45

Refugees to Support Themselves Under Self-Reliance Model 4 1

Minister Hilary Onek said the new model is substituting the old one of giving food to refugees that is being affected by reduced resources from donor organisations.
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11:50

Fresh Water Crisis in Luwero Town Council Blamed on Kiwoko Road Works

Despite attempts to reach Allan Ssempebwa, the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) spokesperson, for comment, there has been no response as of the time of reporting. Residents affected by the water shortage expressed frustration, with some accusing NWSC of unfair treatment.

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14:55

Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs Visit to Makerere in Pictures

Professor. Jeffrey D. Sachs, a renowned American economist was in Uganda for a two-day visit to Uganda. Jeffrey Sachs was the keynote Speaker at a High-Level Dialogue on the theme “Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals through Leveraging Innovative Financing, the Parish Development Model, and Science and Technology" The dialogue was opened by Prime Minister, Robina Nabanja who later hosted him. During the address at Makerere, Prof Jeffrey Sachs urged Ugandans to prioritize their development before the foreign investors do. "No one cares about your development other than you," he said.

Business and finance

14:55
14:55

Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs Visit to Makerere in Pictures

Professor. Jeffrey D. Sachs, a renowned American economist was in Uganda for a two-day visit to Uganda. Jeffrey Sachs was the keynote Speaker at a High-Level Dialogue on the theme “Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals through Leveraging Innovative Financing, the Parish Development Model, and Science and Technology" The dialogue was opened by Prime Minister, Robina Nabanja who later hosted him. During the address at Makerere, Prof Jeffrey Sachs urged Ugandans to prioritize their development before the foreign investors do. "No one cares about your development other than you," he said.
14:03
14:03

Leaders Meet In Nairobi, Discuss a Global Plastics Treaty plastic pollution 4 4 Top story

The new plastics treaty will address the full lifecycle of plastics, including their production, design and disposal.
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10:49

Mubende Solar Plant Due For Commissioning Next Month 2 4 Top story

Kanaabi says that after the end of the 20-year Xsabo contract, the plant will be handed over to the government under the Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Ltd.
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18:37

Track PDM Cash says Professor Ezra Suruma OWC 4 1 Top story

Professor Ezra Suruma does not discount the fact that some beneficiaries have squandered the resources. He notes that with robust tracking, the cash from the center can lift individuals out of poverty.