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21:31
21:31

Umeme Confirms Countrywide Outage power black out 1

Meanwhile, the National Water and Sewerage Corporation, the countrys water supply and sanitation company has asked Kampala residents to use water sparingly as a result of power outage. This communication was made through their twitter nwscug.
18:06
18:06

Musumba Fails to Show Up Before CID salaam musumba

Police had summoned Musumba to appear for interrogations for alleged incitement of violence in connection to the ongoing discussions on the proposed scrapping of the presidential age limit.
18:03
18:03

Pictorial: Day One of Kyambogo University Graduation

On the first day of the ceremonies, a total of 2,120 students graduated this morning with Masters, Bachelors Degree and Certificates from three schools; the Graduate School, School Of Management And Entrepreneurship and the Faculty of Special Needs and Rehabilitation.
17:56
17:56

Twelve People Injured in Nwoya Bus Accident

The Ggaaga bus registration number UAT 559Y with 60 passengers on board was travelling from Yumbe district to Kampala when it crashed at Wii-Anaka while dodging two trailers overtaking each other.
17:36
17:36

Opposition MPs Critical of Seven-Year-Term Proposal ibrahim abiriga 5 1

Moses Kasibante, the Lubaga North MP, says the legislators are thinking about themselves at the expense of their voters. He says this only demonstrates the fact that some MPs look at parliament as a source of their survival.
17:19
17:19

City Oilers Suffer Third Loss in Tunisia fiba 1

Stanley Ocitti led Oilers scoring with 13 points, six of which came from three-pointers and Jordin Mayes added 8 points. Although the Oilers put up an equal fight in the first half to ensure a lead of 20-16 in the first quarter, the InterClube side won the second quarter 16-13.
16:08
16:08

Plenary Starts Late Amidst Uncertainty of Age Limit Debate 1

The Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga took her seat at exactly 3:00pm and apologized to the members for the delay, saying she was held up trying by some members who needed her attention.
15:51
15:51

Lake Victoria Not Dying, Says Expert

This is the take of Dr Tabu Munyaho, the Director of Research at National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, on numerous such claims, including a recent report by the BBC that there are negative factors that could kill the worlds largest freshwater lake.
15:09
15:09

Falling Electric Pole Kills Crime Preventer uganda

Julius Tugumizemu, an eye witness believes the pole gave way because it was rotten. Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police Commander, says they are investigating the matter.
14:35
14:35

Fisheries Court Becomes Operational

Dr Rukuunya says the court that currently sits only in Kampala, will try various fisheries crimes like illegal fishing methods, use of illegal fishing gear, catching and trading in undersized fish, pollution of lakes and other related crimes.
14:11
14:11

Dozens Robbed in Mutukula Highway Attack illegal road block 3 1

The incident occurred at around 1.a.m. at Kagezi trading centre, about 12 kilometres South of Masaka Town. Victims of the attack told Uganda Raio Network that about six people dressed in camouflaged uniform stopped vehicles at the illegally erected roadblock and ordered passengers to surrender all their belongings.
13:38
13:38

Gov't Moves to Boost Nile Perch Stocks in Lake Victoria 1

Dr Tabu Munyaho, the Director of Research at National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, says that the idea is to allow Nile Perch grow for at least two years, a period within which a fish would have grown up to 50 centimetres or beyond. He explains that within a year, the Nile Perch grows to between 24 and 34 centimetres, doubling that within another year, adding that it is then that the fish becomes so valuable in food and monetary terms.
13:18
13:18

Kyambogo VC Cautions Graduands Against HIV, Drugs and Indiscipline 2

Prof. John Pancras Mukasa Ssebuwufu, the Chancellor Kyambogo University also appealed to the graduands to use the knowledge acquired at the University to improve their welfare and quality of life once they are outside.
12:59
12:59

Kyambogo Dons Want Allowances Reviewed prof. john okedi 1

Kyambogo University lecturers under their umbrella Kyambogo University Academic Staff Association KYUASA are pushing for a review of their allowances.
12:38
12:38

Police Hold City Socialite Brian White luke oweyesigire 1 Top story

According to Oweyesigire, Bitwire was rushed to International Hospital Kampala-IHK where he is receiving treatment.
12:01
12:01

ICC Prosecutor Appeals to UN over Uganda's Failure to Arrest Bashir bashir warrants 3 1 Top story

ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda Omar Al Bashir recently traveled to countries that recognize the International Criminal Court ICC but none arrested or surrendered the Sudanese President. The list included Uganda, Russia, Jordan and Chad, a country which had been referred to the Security Council for non-compliance on in 2011 and 2013.
07:37
07:37

Aswa River Energy Company Accused of Mistreating Workers 1 1

Kenneth Kaheru, the Director Aswa River Energy Project, says he has no choice but to review how manual laborers are being recruited to work at the power station, adding that his Company will thereafter strengthen its grievance handling mechanism to protect aggrieved workers.
07:02
07:02

Buses in Brisk Business as Christmas Draws Close yy coaches 4 4

Awal Kirunda, manager Teso Coaches said they are hopping that transport fares to Eastern Uganda will continue to increase.
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