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16:42
16:42

Inadequate Social Workers Affecting Rehabilitation Services in Prisons 2

Elizabeth Nanfuka, the Commissioner for Social Rehabilitation and Reintegration in Uganda Prison Services, says that there are currently 56 social workers in prisons serving 68,261 inmates in different prisons countrywide.
15:14
15:14

Allied Health Workers Strike Takes Toll on Interns at Masaka Hospital 1

Edward Kabuye, the Principal Administrator of Masaka Regional Referral Hospital, says that the strike has greatly affected their operations and the efficiency with which they respond to patients. He has appealed to the government to engage and reach a compromise with the striking health workers such that they can return to their duty stations and save the situation.
11:56
11:56

Another LC III Chairperson Shot Dead in Kotido

Joseph Lokiru, a resident of Napumpum told URN that the deceased was drinking together with his friends on Sunday when he was shot dead. "No one could tell the side where the bullet came from. We only saw the chairman crying for help and people scattering for their dear lives," he said.

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12:39
12:39

Pictorial: Search For Oil Jobs Increases Settlements in Kikuube’s Buhuka Flats oil and gas

The population in the area is now estimated at over 15000 compared to about 3000 people in 2013.

Business and finance

16:48
16:48

You Can't Refuse to Pay Our Money by Abusing Courts, Lenders Assure Bitature

“Throughout all the litigation between the parties, the Simba Companies have never contested the existence of our partnership or denied having taken the loan from our fund... an ordinary man in Mr Bitature’s position would no doubt be embarrassed, perhaps ashamed, by this fact....but Mr Bitature appears to be unburdened by such sentiments,” Vantage’s response reads.
15:49
15:49

Global Electric Car Sales Shoot to 6.6 Million

An increase in sales is attributed to conducive policies in Europe and China, while high prices have made them unaffordable in developing countries.
12:39
12:39

Museveni Said Absolutely Nothing-Besigye 2 4 Top story

Besigye noted that the president tried to cover his empty speech with lies and shifted the blame on the worsening economic crisis to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

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