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17:23
17:23

Returnees Call Off Protest Over Extra Days in Quarantine 1 4

The scientific protests come days after Bwowe wrote a letter dated July, 8, 2020 to Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng that returnees will have no contractual obligation with the quarantine centres at the end of the 14th day.
15:53
15:53

200 Homeless Following Violent Land Clashes 3

Apollo Okwera, the Amuru Sub County LC V councilor, says the clashes in Layima village are between the family of Lakoli from Lamogi Payugu clan and the family of Ooyi from Pawel clan.
14:48
14:48

Human Rights Activists, Lawyers Want LDU Disbanded 6 4

LASPNET Executive Director, Sylvia Namubiru Mukasa identified some of the causalities as 65-year-old Francis Ogwanga Munu in Oyam District and Jacquline Nagasha in Masaka who was shot together with Francis Musasizi by her estranged husband, Private Robert Muyaga.

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16:29
16:29

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

17:59
17:59

Ministry of Gender Planning to Reduce Age of SAGE Beneficiaries 1 5

Frank Tumwebaze, the Minister for Gender Labour and Social Development while launching the program on Thursday in Lira says that they are plans to reduce on the age.
16:30
16:30

More than Half of Small Businesses May Close -KACITA 1 1

Hope Katwiine, the vice-chairperson of KACITA, an umbrella organization that brings together traders in Kampala, said the majority of their members lost capital when the lockdown was announced.
12:45
12:45

Public Transport Operators in Arua Cautioned Against Flouting Covid-19 Guidelines 3 4

On Friday, the Ministry of Health lifted the ban on public transport in Arua, four months after it was banned following the outbreak of COVID-19. Richard Ekulu the RPC West Nile who led the inspection of all bus terminals and taxi parks warned the operators to avoid making stopovers in un-gazetted places.
11:52
11:52

Drivers Protest Kenya's Decision Blocking Importation of Ugandan Cane 4 1 Top story

Geoffrey Barasa, the Chairperson Sugar Cane Trader’s Association, says they blocked the border because of delays by the relevant authorities to respond to their concerns. He said the Ugandan authorities have not come out to explain to the cause of the impasse which has left the traders hopeless.

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