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11:02
11:02

Over 250 Families Displaced in Deadly Land Conflict in Amuru 4 2

The conflict stems from an application to the Amuru District Land Board by the administrators of estates of late Yasoni Ojwang on 7 May 2021 for grant of freehold tenure of land measuring 1,353.7 hectares (5.2 square miles) in Langeta village, Pawel parish in Opara Sub-County.
18:35
18:35

Prime Minister Pleads with Doctors to Call Off Strike 3

Herbert Luswata the Secretary-General of Uganda Medical Associations (UMA) said that they are determined to continue the strike.
18:24
18:24

Over Half of Uganda's Women Abused by Sexual Partners 2

Reports indicate that 51% of women in Uganda have been abused by an intimate partner in their life meaning that more than half of the women in Uganda have been victims of GBV. The global rate of physical and sexual abuse is lower at 1 in 3 women abused in a lifetime.
14:04
14:04

Lawyers Petition Human Rights Commission over Killings of Alleged Terror Suspects 8 2

Ali Kankaka the President of Uganda Muslim Lawyers Association says security should be held accountable for the killing of suspects in their custody.

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19:55
19:55

Pictorial: Bomb Blasts at CPS, Parliamentary Avenue Top story

One of the bombs went off at the Central Police Station-CPS, Kampala along Buganda Road while the second went off at Raja Chambers and Jubilee Insurance Building along Parliamentary Avenue.

Business and finance

11:42
11:42

Uganda, Tanzanian Companies Urged to Jointly Invest in Oil Projects 3 Top story

The symposium, the first of its kind, is a platform for the private sector to network, understand industry opportunities and challenges, showcase their capacities through experience sharing, and interact with public sector actors on legal and policy matters that govern the industry in Uganda and Tanzania.
18:46
18:46

UDB Offers Simpler Credit Terms for Women Entrepreneurs 5

UDB Managing Director, Patricia Ojangole says they have created unsecured loan products based on the fact women have been proved to be better at debt repayment than men, and that there is need to take advantage of this.
18:35
18:35

Mother Enrolls Children into Bricklaying to Beat Lockdown Hardships MInistry of Health 2 1

Madrine Namulema joined a local association of clay bricklayers in the area and gradually, she also introduced her four children aged between seven to 13 years to the same work, from which they earned reasonable income for a period of over one year now.
17:52
17:52

Trade Committee Wants all Energy Drinks Tested for Adulteration Health drinks 1

'We shall then compare the findings of NDA, UNBS and those of an independent laboratory and if the results are varying then we are going to be in trouble. So you cannot change these results. Go and do the exact thing and give us exact results!” - Committee Chairman Mwine Mpaka.

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