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23:36
23:36

75 More Ugandans Return from Southern Africa 4

Also, one male Ugandan, in excitement, prostrated before Nnam and Kasujja. He thereafter made 5 push ups before joining the queue to undergo screening and processing of for screening and processing of his travel documents inside the arrivals section.
23:36
23:36

Ndeeba Church Demolition was Climax of Protracted Court Battle

Last month, the plaintiff in the matter went back to court seeking an order to demolish the structures (church) on the land in question which Justice John Eudes Keitirima so granted as it was lawful given the fact that the administrators of the estate had been declared rightful owner of the property.
18:39
18:39

COVID-19 Disruptions Slow HIV Treatment Targets Ministry of Health 5 7

Dr Nelson Musoba, the Director-General of Uganda AIDS Commission says that following a total lockdown that was instituted to forestall the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country, many persons living with HIV were unable to access their routine medical care or essential medicine refills.
16:11
16:11

COVID-19: Musician Kenzo, 77 Returnees Discharged From Quarantine 1

Dr. Richard Mugahi, the National Coordinator for Quarantine Centres at the Ministry of Health, who led the team, says that Kenzo indeed received six visitors on the same day last week. “However, his visitors saw him at the same time but they were all wearing face masks. They also stood at least 2 metres away from Kenzo who stood at his hotel room door,” Mugahi says.

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07:58
07:58

Pictorial; Security Beefed Up After Basongora, Bakonzo Clashes in Kasese

The two groups are fighting over the 1,100 acres land that was given to them by the government in 2007 for settlement. The two clusters are accusing one another of grabbing each other's land.

Business and finance

05:43
05:43

Leaders Struggle to Attract Commercial Flights at Gulu Airport business community 1 3

The airport, established in the 1960s' was only active between 1986 to 2006, when it was often used for the transport armaments and humanitarian aid and workers, at the height of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency in Northern Uganda.
21:18
21:18

COVID-19 Hit Families to Benefit from UGX 36B Direct Cash Giveaways Gulu City 1

The initial roll-out direct cash transfers took place last week in Lira City on 6th August where about 10,000 beneficiaries from three parishes including Kakoge received 100,000 Shillings each, injecting USD 750, 000 about 2.7 billion into the local economy.
19:03
19:03

Toyota Uganda Office Closes Due to COVID-19 Infections 1

In a statement issued today by Mahmood Omar, the Managing Director the branch will be temporarily closed effective today as additional steps, as guided by the authorities, are put in place.
15:44
15:44

BOU: Ugandans Fearing to Spend Their Money 1

BOU Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile said on Monday that many consumers are expected to be hesitant to resume their previous spending patterns, partly due to fears of contracting the virus and uncertainty about earnings. He added that even those whose incomes were not affected may increase their need for precautionary savings.

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