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11:45
11:45

Panic as Four Young Girls Disappear From One Village in Lwengo 3

The missing children have been identified as Titi Runkuse,10, Amina Nakavuma,12, Patience Nambarire,13, and Riya Namboggo,13.
20:26
20:26

Gulu Regional Referral Hospital Demanding UGX 509m COVID-19 Arrears Coronavirus Disease 1 2

Dr Paska Apiyo, the in-charge of the CTU at the facility says she is among the staff who have not paid the risk allowance yet they constantly work under stress and for long hours.
18:01
18:01

Amuru Integrates VHTs in Fight Against COVID-19 Pandemic cargo truck drivers 3

George Ocan, the District Secretary for Health disclosed that they have proposed activation of the work of the village structures and intensify surveillance and risk communication interventions to strengthen coordination.
14:54
14:54

Construction of Lakang Bridge Resumes After President`s Intervention UWA 2 1

Olanya says that he has received a letter from the Ministry of Wildlife, Tourism and Antiquities indicating that they have received a directive from the President to allow the bridge works to continue.

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12:23
12:23

Pictorial: Mysterious Underground Tunnels in Ngora District Top story

Odeke discovered the tunnels about three weeks ago while digging a pit latrine in his compound.

Business and finance

15:07
15:07

Nabilatuk District Leaders Lash at Contractor for Delaying NUSAF 3 Projects 3 1

Agro Max, an agribusiness service provider that supplies innovative and sustainable agricultural solutions to small- and large-scale farmers across Uganda was paid 1.1 Billion Shillings last November to implement 49 projects.
14:07
14:07

How President Suluhu ’s Covid-19 Game Helps Tanzania’s Regional Charm Offensive 1 Top story

President Hassan announced plans of a mass vaccination of Tanzanians as well as updating the nation and the world about new cases and deaths. Previously, Tanzania had stayed out of regional initiatives towards Covid-19, but her attitude brings new hope that these and other regional initiatives could now be implemented more easily.
13:08
13:08

Rukiga, Ntungamo Leaders Resolve to Auction Impounded Cattle 2 2

The decision of the leaders follows several cases and concerns among leaders about many cattle traders from Ngoma sub-county in Ntungamo district and Kamwezi sub-county in Rukiga district who illegally cross to Rwanda, buy cattle and smuggle them to Uganda.
10:03
10:03

How Mobile Money Tax Kept Tea Multinational in Stone-Age Era System 4

A pilot project had been launched in 2017 to help tea plantation farms move from an ‘airdrop’ system of moving bulk money, to electronic cash, but this was disrupted by the introduction of the tax on mobile money. PHB and the UN agency had seen how difficult it was to transfer cash from a bank through to the pockets of the 14,000 farmers, twice every month as salary, using the airdrop method.

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