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08:22
08:22

Pictorial: Okere City, the Community Project Changing Lives 16

Three years ago, the community members were lacking basic services like a clean water source, health services and even schools. However, the city now has an Early Childhood Development Center, a primary school, a clinic, a village bank and a community hall that also serves as a cinema, church, and nightclub.
15:09
15:09

Uganda Must Do More to Combat Impunity and Deliver Justice to Victims

Sarah Kihika Kasande, ICTJ’s Country Director to Uganda in a statement said ever since a similar appraisal took place in 2016, none of the UPR recommendations that Uganda accepted has ever been acted upon.
13:40
13:40

Verification of 2000 Veterans in Arua Kicks Off 5 2

Some of the Veterans who turned up on day one of the exercise asked the government to expedite the payment process.
10:06
10:06

Uganda to Waive Taxes on Foreign Venture Funds to Get The Domiciled Here 4

Most of the Venture Capital of Investment Fund companies that are operating in Uganda are domiciled in other countries where they are given easy conditions to establish.

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08:53
08:53

Pictorial: Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile's Body Returns

His body was flown into the country aboard a Kenyan Airways plane. The plane carrying the casket touched down at 7:30 pm.

Business and finance

13:25
13:25

Smart City: New Entrants in Usafi Market Complain of Low Sales, Lack of Parking Space 1 5

Hafsa Nalunga, who sells tomatoes in Usafi Market, says that there are a few customers compared to the roadside at Entebbe Road where she used to sell from. She says that the stalls allocated to them are far from the market lane where customers pass and easily buy foods hence favoring only those at the front.
13:04
13:04

Loan Sharks, Communication Gap Hampers Progress of Emyoga Program in Sembabule 1 3

Goretti Namugga, the Mawogola County Member of Parliament indicates that the program guidelines were not elaborated to the beneficiaries leaving a big information gap that was exploited by unscrupulous money lenders that have since fleeced many unsuspecting beneficiaries.
12:39
12:39

East Acholi Cooperative Union Struggles To Revive Primary Societies 6

Henry Komakech, the EACU Secretary Manager told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the collapse of the 108 primary societies under the union has affected the productivity of farmers because it is hard to impart good farming practices to individual farmers.
10:44
10:44

Authorities Rush to Repair Road to Fallen Bank Governor Mutebile’s Home 3

A municipality grader and compactor were still busy after sunset working on the 1.5-kilometer road that branches from Kabale-Kisoro road at Kijuguta and the operators showed no sign of retiring soon

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