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Human rights

13:11
13:11

Woman in Amolatar Arrested for Stealing Newborn Baby 1

It is alleged that on Friday, the suspect who had been staying in the ward told people that she was waiting for a patient who was being delivered to the facility.
11:59
11:59

Three Charged for Threatening Kabale Deputy RDC 2 2

Appearing before Kabale Chief Magistrates Court on Thursday, the three were charged with threatening violence contrary to section 81 (a) of the Penal Code Act.
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17:36

Aceng Launches Scale up of Invasive Surgeries at Mulago Hospital 2 1

Speaking at the commissioning of the center, the Minister noted that invasive Surgery has helped the country to procure the necessary technology with support from the Republic of Korea to enhance the country’s surgical infrastructure bringing world-class health care to Uganda’s hospitals.
13:28
13:28

Man Sets Car Ablaze in Amuru Protesting Alleged Police Discrimination Amuru District 1 2

Balidawa told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that his action was fueled by what he alleged as targeted discrimination by a police officer for his faith as a Muslim.

Business and finance

08:39
08:39

BoU Assures on Banking Industry Strength as NCBA Enters Namanve Industrial Park 5 1

Speaking at the opening of NCBA bank’s fifth branch in the country at Namanve Industrial and Business Park, Hannington Wasswa, the Director of Commercial Banking at BOU said the regulatory regime was reformed to make the industry stronger, having learned from the effects of previous shocks.
08:25
08:25

Luwero Residents Resort To Community Services As Rains Cut Off Roads Ronald Ndawula 2 5 Top story

Hassan Kimera, the Defense Secretary of Kalongo village, reported that culverts on the road collapsed and were swept away by floods, paralyzing transport. Residents had to use longer routes to travel from Butuntumula sub-county to Luwero town council.
18:24
18:24

Museveni Urges Collective Promotion Of Uganda’s Tourism 2 Top story

For increased benefit, the president rallied the tourism sector managers to carefully listen to the investors and travelers to identify their concerns for better marketing of destination Uganda.
17:12
17:12

Stanbic Waives Arrangement Fees Under New Loan Drive 2 1

A new lending campaign dubbed—Oli Sorted, is aimed at facilitating Ugandans to access affordable credit to finance their personal and commercial needs. Personal loans have been increased from 250 to 350 million shillings at zero arrangement fees and the approvals will be within 48 hours.