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10:40
10:40

Two Children, Mother Injured in Grenade Explosion

The injured have been identified as Reagan Omiya, 2, his brother Ivan Mwaka, 5, and their mother, Christine Akanyo, all residents of Bobi B village in Ibakara parish, Kitgum Matidi Sub County. They are now admitted at Kitgum General Hospital.
18:19
18:19

FDC Party Gives Electoral Commission Ultimatum On 2021 Elections Roadmap 2 1

Amuriat says the country should not be held into speculation on when or whether the 2021 elections will be held.
15:22
15:22

Gobero Bridge Damaged Two Years After Construction 3 2

Wakiso District Natural Resources Officer Rebecca Sabaganzi says the bridge is likely to give way if the rains persist. Sabaganzi wants engineers to consult environmentalists for guidance before committing government resources on projects in wetlands.
13:16
13:16

Nakasero Mosque Police Raid Illegal-Justice Ssekaana 1 Top story

The judgment stems from an application filed by Siraje Kifampa, the then Public Relations Officer Jammiyaat Daawa Asaalafiyah and Sheikh Yusuf Musa Musuda, the Imam of Nakasero Mosque protesting the police raid on December 27, 2016 without a search warrant.

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19:50
19:50

Pictorial: Hygiene Procedures for COVID-19 Management at Entebbe Hospital

Uganda Radio Network visited the hospital and brings pictures from the donning and doffing room and other hygiene procedures health workers undertake outside the confirmed zone.

Business and finance

17:17
17:17

President's Directive on Arcades, Shopping Malls Throws Traders in Confusion KCCA 2 1

Some of traders accused the president of favoring the rich, saying they don’t see the any difference between arcades and shopping malls since they offer the same services.
16:52
16:52

Company to Pay UGX 912M to URA for Mauritius Loan

Agfri Uganda, which manages and gives money to other companies that buy and sell agricultural produce in Uganda, ran to the tribunal after URA presented it with a tax bill of 912 million Shillings for a period between 2014 and 2017.
11:56
11:56

Trust, Caution Vital as Travel Restrictions Start to Ease– WTO 1 Top story

The agency reviewed measures of 217 destinations worldwide, as of 18 May, and found that 3 per cent of all destinations have taken steps to ease restrictions. Seven destinations have eased restrictions for international tourism purposes, while several more are engaged in discussions on the reopening of borders after months of lockdowns.
18:33
18:33

Hoima Airport Contractor Lays off 160 Workers SBC 1 1

The company said in a letter to staff that the decision was in line with the government guidelines to control the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. It, however, comes at a time when the government is easing restrictions that started in March.

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