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Private Schools Hesitant to Register Learners on EMIS, Fear Data Misuse UNEB 2 1

Lawrence Kulumba from Boston High School in Entebbe states that many private school owners fear the government might misuse the data collected for taxation purposes.
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Police, Mbale City Authorities Accused Of Aiding Illegal Eviction 1 4 Top story

The Police and Mbale city authorities however deny that they were aware of the demolition of the building located on Pallisa road.
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Lands Ministry Cautions Women on Signing Family Land Purchase Documents As Mere Witnesses land exploitation 1

Obbo emphasized that women often contribute significantly to the purchase of land, yet they sign agreements as mere witnesses. This practice allows their spouses to sell the land without their consent in case of a disagreement.
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Cheptegei, Kiplimo To Compete At Oslo Diamond League United States 1

Expected to face tough competition, Cheptegei and Kiplimo will contend with Ethiopia’s 10000-meter champion Selemon Barega, Yomif Kejelcha, Aregawe Berhe, as well as Kenya’s Martin Kimeli, Rop Kiprop, and Grand Fisher from the United States.

Business and finance

07:54
07:54

Private Schools Hesitant to Register Learners on EMIS, Fear Data Misuse UNEB 2 1

Lawrence Kulumba from Boston High School in Entebbe states that many private school owners fear the government might misuse the data collected for taxation purposes.
07:46
07:46

Buganda Kingdom Launches Online Portal to Boost Tourism technology 2 Top story

Speaking at the portal launch during a side event at the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) at the Munyonyo Convention Center, Robert Kasozi, Executive Director of the Buganda Heritage and Tourism Board (BHTB), emphasized that digitizing tourism will bring the kingdom’s hidden treasures closer to the target market without compromising conservation efforts.
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08:01

Kabale Market Saga: Fresh Vendors Verification, Lockups Allocation Finally Kicks Off World Bank 3 3

In July 2023, Minister Magyezi ordered a fresh allocation of lockups and stalls in the new central market after meeting dissatisfied vendors who had raised concerns about irregularities in the initial allocation process.
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07:43

RDCs Tipped on Effective Mobilization for Gov’t Programs transformation 1 3

Dan Ssekiboobo, the senior presidential advisor in charge of research, challenged the RDCs to collaborate with district leaders regardless of their political affiliations to effectively serve the people.