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Employers May Be Held Accountable Incase of COVID-19 in Workplaces coronavirus 1 1

Sseggona said employers must also sign indemnity agreements that will protect them from liability from the sub-contractors. This means that if an employee of the sub-contractor who includes security services providers, food suppliers, and cleaners get infected with the virus.
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15:42

Minor Offenders to Stand Trial in Remand Homes social development 4 1 Top story

Jane Stella Ogwang, the Principal Probation and Social Welfare Officer in the Gender, Labor and Social Development Ministry disclosed this while opening the first court session at Naguru Remand Home.
05:09
05:09

Six People Arrested for Assaulting Police Officers in Gulu Kiceke village 1

The officers; Corporal Andrew Mulyamboga, the Officer-in-charge of Paicho Police Station and his associate Detective Corporal Menya had responded to a reported robbery of a motor vehicle belonging to Moses Kato, a lawyer and resident of East Division in Gulu City.

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16:29
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Pictorial: Traders Protesting Continued Closure of Arcades Top story

Several traders opened their shops in arcades and plazas by 7am, which prompted police to use force including firing bullets and teargas to compel them to close in line with the presidential directives.

Business and finance

17:12
17:12

Tullow Oil Shareholders Approve Sale of Interest in Uganda Oil Sector Total E&P 1

Tullow said on Wednesday that 99.9 per cent of its shareholders had voted for the transaction that will see all its interests in Uganda’s oil industry be taken over by the French oil giant Total E&P. Tullow will be paid USD 500 million payable at completion and USD 75 million payable after the project's final investment decision.
16:48
16:48

Employers May Be Held Accountable Incase of COVID-19 in Workplaces coronavirus 1 1

Sseggona said employers must also sign indemnity agreements that will protect them from liability from the sub-contractors. This means that if an employee of the sub-contractor who includes security services providers, food suppliers, and cleaners get infected with the virus.
16:29
16:29

Former LRA Rebels Reap from Making Face Masks ex-combatants 4 1

Up to 35 former child soldiers who attained vocational training in fashion design and garment technology have been contracted by Terra Renaissance, a Japanese based, Non-Governmental Organization to produce face masks.
10:24
10:24

Traders Counting Losses as Kenya Blocks Entry of Uganda Cane Trucks 4 1 Top story

Over 100 Ugandan trucks carrying about 300,000 tons of sugarcane are stuck at the Busia One Stop Border point. Many of the traders were delivering the cane to companies such as Busia Sugar Allied factory and Olepito Sugar Factory in Kenya’s Busia County.

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