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20:25
20:25

Police Complete Search at Red Pepper police raid

Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander Frank Mwesigwa has said police has finished the search of Red Pepper offices and that staff have been allowed to leave the premises. One of the staff who is outside the Namanve-based premises, however, says no one has been allowed to leave.
19:35
19:35

Mugabe Bows To Pressure, Resigns As Zimbabwe Leader mugabe resigns 1

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has resigned immediately and voluntarily after managing the Southern African nation for 37 years. The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda told has told the House that he received a resignation letter from the 93-year-old veteran leader who said hes stepping down in order to have a smooth transfer of power.
18:42
18:42

Police Seals Off Red Pepper Offices Over Rwanda Govt Story the red pepper 1 Top story

Detectives from the Uganda Police Force have sealed off the offices of the Red Pepper Publications Limited over a story published on Monday claiming that Uganda was planning to topple the Government of Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
16:36
16:36

BoU Tasked to Account for Money Paid to External Lawyers bou and crane bank 3

The Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises COSASE is investigating huge sums of money paid by the central bank to private lawyers. MMAKs Advocates, the law firm representing BoU in the Crane Bank closure case were paid 1.4 billion Shillings with an accrued balance of 15 billion Shillings.
11:13
11:13

Mayuge MP Writes to Mak VC Over Son's Delayed Transcript makerere university 1

Using her twitter handle HonMukoda, the legislators asks Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, the University Vice Chancellor to intervene and reign in on what she calls the universitys bureaucratic system. According to the statement, the legislators son Brian Kirya with registration number 13/U/25129, who graduated in February 2017 with a Bachelor of Development Studies, has been in a fruitless hunt for his transcript since.
10:58
10:58

Report: Ugandans Dissatisfied with Police Handling of Complaints uganda police force 1 1

A bigger percentage of Ugandans are not satisfied with the way police handles their complaints made at police stations, a November report on public perception of the state of Policing in Uganda has revealed.
10:03
10:03

Minister Kutesa Named in Multibillion Bribery Scandal sam kutesa 1 Top story

The Department of Justice unsealed the criminal complaints on Monday charging the head of a Hong Kong-based NGO Dr Chi Ping Patrick Ho, 68, of Hong Kong, and the former foreign minister of Senegal Cheikh Gadio, 61, with bribing high-level officials to help a Chinese oil and gas company.
07:46
07:46

Nearly 21 Million People Living With HIV Now On Treatment right to health 1

A report; Right to health, released ahead of World AIDS Day, shows that access to treatment has risen significantly from a miserable 685,000 people in 2000 to 20.9 million people living with HIV by June 2017.
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