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19:05
19:05

Kyambogo VC Refuses to Step Aside kyambogo strike 2

Professor Omolo Ndiege, the Vice Chancellor Kyambogo University says he will not step aside to pave way for investigations into alleged mismanagement of the university.
18:46
18:46

UBC MD Sues IGG Mulyagonja

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) Irene Mulyagonja has been sued for a directive she made asking Acting managing director of UBC, Paul Kihika, to return 38 million shillings to the Corporation.
18:33
18:33

4 Acorn School Teachers Remanded Over Child's Death

Four teachers of Acorn International School have been charged with neglect of duty and remanded to Luzira prison, three days after a three-year-old child was found dead in the school’s swimming pool.
18:30
18:30

Parliament To Get 350 Police Officers parliament staff 2

Parliamentary Commission becomes the commission with the largest number of Police officers assigned to it with 350 officers. It also becomes a directorate.
17:56
17:56

Northern Uganda Opens Up for Tourism tourism uganda

With the return of peace to the war-afflicted region, a number of tourist sites, both historical and natural are opening up for tourists.
17:36
17:36

UCC, Broadcasting Council Merge as Parliament Passes Communications Law

The Uganda Communications Bill 2012 was passed into law on Wednesday, effectively merging the Broadcasting Council (BC) and the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) into one body— Uganda Communications Regulatory Authority.
17:22
17:22

Uganda Attracting Large Foreign Direct Investments

Statistics from Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) show that in 2010/11 Uganda was the largest recipient of FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa. The country received 1.7 billion dollars, equivalent to about four trillion shillings, worth of investments from the private sector, both foreign and domestic.
16:12
16:12

ERA a Weak Regulator, MPs Say umeme 2

The parliamentary adhoc committee on energy has described power regulator, Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA), as weak and incompetent.
13:28
13:28

Uganda Okays Drilling of Oil From Murchison Delta cnooc 1

The Uganda government has given petroleum companies a go-ahead to drill oil from the Murchison Falls–Albert Delta, an internationally recognized wetland protected site. The delta is also listed as a Ramsar site under the Ramsar Treaty and provides vital habitat for different bird species and other threatened plants and animals.
10:02
10:02

11 Clubs Register for FUFA Super League fifa

The FUFA Licensing Board (FLB) on Wednesday finalized a month-long evaluation exercise to establish compliance by clubs to participate in the FUFA Super League this coming season.
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