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18:15

Anglican Church Seeking UGX 2b for Martyrs Day Celebrations 3

In June, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Most Rev. Dr. Samuel Stephen Kazimba Mugalu announced that the cluster dioceses will animate the celebrations at the Anglican Site.
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14:44

Extortion Cited in Compensation of Teso War Debt Claimants Teso sub region 1 4

Margret Asio, a resident of Palam Sub County says that conmen have made the compensation exercise costly for her.
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14:11

Over 90 OPM Bunambutye Resettlement Houses Develop Cracks 6 1

Madoi Damasco, who relocated from Bududa district with a family of 15 children says that they have sleepless nights for fear that the house may collapse because of the huge cracks all over.
12:27
12:27

Farmers in Sebei Embrace Second Planting Season As Fertilizer Prices Reduce 3 1

The price of a 50-kilogram bag of fertilizer in the first season was 300,000 Shillings but currently, it is reduced to 175,000 Shillings.

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17:45
17:45

Pictorial: Makerere Celebrates 100-Years Top story

President Yoweri Museveni presided over the event that was attended by Makerere Alumni from within Uganda and outside Uganda, cabinet ministers, members of parliament, UPDF officers, and Makerere staff among other dignitaries.

Business and finance

17:27
17:27

Mukono Zonal Offices Blamed for Escalating Land Wrangles, Duplication of Titles MZO 4 1

Rev. Godfrey Sono, the Mukono Diocese Secretary for Lands says that all processes leading to the encroachment of church land start from land offices where grabbers go to secure copies of the original titles and use them to create confidence among their victims by pretending to have secured them from the rightful owners specifically the church.
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16:40

South Sudan Refugees Reap from Cassava Farming cassava growing 5 1

Last year, a group of refugees at the settlement interested in farming were tipped of an intervention to conduct communal farming with the host community in Dzaipi Sub-county.
15:39
15:39

Tears as KCCA Demolishes Tens of Structures near Busega Market 3

Following the Prime Minister's directive, vendors petitioned the office of the Lord Mayor seeking that the city authority plan for them if they were to vacate the area as directed.
12:59
12:59

Increased Sugar Prices Still Here Longer 4 Top story

Miriam Namakula, a tea vendor in Kampala, says that her business is now operating at a thin margin, sometimes in losses as profit is eaten up by the increased sugar prices.

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