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13:56

Contractor Accused of Delaying Completion of Health Centre III Nakatiti HCIII 6 3

Amolatar District leaders are questioning why the contractor was paid all the money before completing the works.
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Universities Raise Security Levels After Bomb Attacks security threats 2 1

Despite universities being potential targets for terror attacks given the high concentration of students, there has been lax security at public universities in Kampala.
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12:59

It’s Not Over, Police Tells Exonerated Masaka Priest 2

According to Muhammad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional Police spokesperson, the priest's having been exonerated does not mean that the case is closed. He explains that they are following the DPP’s guidance to reinvestigate the matter in light of the new leads
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10:16

Police in Lira Intensify Enforcement of Covid-19 SOPs wearing face masks 5 1

The heightened enforcement stemmed from last week’s task force resolution which resolved that people not adhering to the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs will be arrested and charged under the Public Health Act.

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13:41

The Changing Face of Uganda Petroleum Institute, Kigumba

The institute, established in 2009, is Uganda's centre for training, research and consultancy in the field of petroleum exploration, recovery, refinement and responsible utilization of Oil and Gas Resources. It is one of the developments towards building skills for Ugandans to benefit from the Oil and Gas sector.

Business and finance

16:48
16:48

Construction of Modern Abattoir in Arua Hangs in Balance over Funds 2 3

The abattoir has not undergone any major renovation since it was constructed over 20 years ago. It lacks a drainage system, running water system and electricity.
15:51
15:51

Coffee Farmers Urged to Join Cooperatives to Boost Production, Market 1 4

She said it is essential for all coffee farmers to join cooperatives and market their produce collectively. According to Wambi, because of the failure by farmers to join cooperatives, they have been cheated by middle men and that they lack the bargaining power and they are not in position to lobby for better markets.
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15:50

Music Industry Seeks Permission to Stage Christmas, Easter Concerts 5 1 Top story

According to the promoters, the cancelled music festivals and concerts have not only affected the people in the industry but also allied businesses like the media, foods and beverages and transport, which greatly rely on entertainment. Having concerts during the Christmas holiday will help them in mitigate the effects of the lockdown on their livelihood.
10:58
10:58

Suspected African Swine Fever Reported in Sheema 3

Dr Joseph Amanya, the Sheema District Veterinary Officer says that more than 60 pigs in Kitagata sub-county have signs of African swine fever while others had died.

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