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19:49
19:49

Government Pledges 16 Billion for Namugongo Shrines celebrations 1

Ssekandi says Government realizes the potential of tourism in Uganda.
16:58
16:58

Red Cross Treats Close to 2000 Pilgrims at Namugongo uganda martyrs 1 3

An unidentified woman was also rushed to Ziya Angelina Health Center in Namugongo, where she gave birth to a baby girl, after getting labour pains during mass at the Catholic shrines.
13:53
13:53

EAC Announces Budget Cuts Amid Financial Crunch

The new cost-cutting measures also direct that at least 25 percent of EAC meetings shall use video conferencing facilities. To that end the EAC shall invest in improving video-conferencing both at secretariat and partner states level, to accommodate as many meetings as possible, at the same time.
12:00
12:00

Attack at Human Right Awareness NGO an Internal Job - Report human rights

A preliminary police report says that the managers had refused police to view the entire CCTV footage. They also refused to share the footage with administrators of G4S security group which runs the companys security.
10:10
10:10

Global Food markets on Stable Path - FAO food outlook

Dairy prices are projected to remain weak, while fish prices appear poised to remain contained due to a vibrant aquaculture production. Meat production in general is expected to be stable although poultry output - largely for export - is forecast to grow.
08:58
08:58

Cranes Know World Cup Opponents June 24 egypt 1

The Confederation of African Football CAF has announced that draws for the group phase of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers will be conducted on June 24th.
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