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22:53
22:53

Musician Oryema's Remains to Remain in France geoffrey oryema 1

In an update to the press, Oryemas sister, Elizabeth said the family are now on the ground in France to make final arrangements for resting the Late Geoffrey Oryema in France. She says on Saturday, Oryemas family members Irene, Anna and Chantal went to the hospital to accompany Oryemas body to the Chapel of Rest..
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19:31

Resettlement Needs to Rise to 1.4 Million People- UNHCR

According to its projections, Africa is likely to remain the region with the highest projected resettlement needs next year, led by the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC. According to the UNHCR report, 163,000 people from DRC will be in need of international resettlement in 2019 a 10 per cent increase on 2018.
19:20
19:20

Corruption Blocking Access to Justice -Chief Justice 2

Bart Katureebe said that when the rich easily bribe their way out whenever they are caught on the wrong side of the law, people who deserve justice are oppressed, abused and frustrated by the judicial system.
18:26
18:26

MP Nambooze Has No Medical Referral to India – Police mp betty nambooze 1

Namboozes medical report indicates that she had suffered spinal cord compression and had undergone posterior lumbar decompression and fusion, a surgical procedure that joins two or more bones together into one solid bone. She says that she had been scheduled for medical review Manipal Spine Care Centre in India on June 15 but could not travel since she was under police custody.
17:08
17:08

Mak Registrar Probed for Registering Student with Forged Document makerere university

The Senate noted that the student studied and completed her Bachelor of Arts with Education but when she came for her transcript, the Results Management System placed her in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences CHUSS instead of the College of Education and External Studies - CEES as she claimed.
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Mary Stuart Hall is Structurally Sound- Report makerere university 3 1

Eng. Christina Kakeeto, the Estates Director says the test results indicate that the building was not damaged by the fire and that it is still habitable. She is optimistic that ongoing renovation works will be concluded by the end of July to reopen full occupancy of the hall to students.
16:09
16:09

South African Court Yet to Hear Pato's Extradition Case home 1

Jane Kajuga, the spokesperson of the Directorate of Public Prosecution, says they are yet to receive communication on the date for hearing their application for extraditing the suspect. All I know is that the process is still ongoing. We are waiting for the extradition hearing, Kajuga told URN.
15:08
15:08

UPDF Kills One at Karuma Dam kiryandongo 1 1 Top story

Charles Okello, an eye witness and causal worker at the dam, says the scuffle started during the search of some casual workers suspected of stealing scrap.
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14:50

Ministry Of Education To Re-Engage Stakeholders On Sexuality Education 1

The Ministry of Education and Sports Permanent Secretary, Alex Kakooza has said they will re-engage stakeholders in the implementation of sexuality education framework. The framework has been rejected by the Roman Catholic Church bishops.
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Sexual Harassment: Mak Committee Recommends Installation of CCTV Cameras makerere university 1 5 Top story

Professor Sylvia Tamale, the Chairperson of the Committee, says they want the university to enforce Resolution 7.2 of the University Gender Equality Policy and tighten physical infrastructure safety.
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Three Pro Nambooze Protesters Arrested parliament 1 3 Top story

Yasin, Galiwango, another youth accused government of exposing Namboozes life to risk by delaying her to travel to India.
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13:14

Kikagati Town Council Chokes On Uncollected Garbage 2 1

Kikagati town council in Isingiro district is choking on Uncollected garbage. Our reporter saw uncollected garbage on the Main Street, Ntungamo Road and Kikagati Mbarara road.The waste is mainly dominated by plastic waste and banana peelings.
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12:58

Eritrean Refugees Light Up Matia Mulumba Road ugandan 9 3 Top story

Simon Kabila, a special hire vehicle operator around Pride Theatre, says he blends easily with the Eritreans because of their food. He says Eritrean refugees have taken over the entire Matia Mulumba road.
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Tribute: Singing Pacifier Geoffrey Oryema Leaves the Stage france 1 7

His Acholi, Swahili, English and French lyrics have taken him around the world, performing at the Creation Peace Festival, Kazan Russia, and Cinema for Peace Awards Ceremony in Berlin. He also held concerts at the United Nations in campaigns to end torture, war and slavery among others.
12:09
12:09

Apac MP Race: FDC Rejects UPC Proposed Alliance apac district 2

According to Nandala, teaming up with UPC will be like partnering with the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party.
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11:46

A Day in the Life of a Fruit Vendor fruit vending 4

Fruit vending is part of the daily activities seen on the streets of Kampala. It is not uncommon to see vendors pushing wheelbarrows full of fresh fruits such as mangoes, paw paws, pineapples, watermelons and apples among others. But how is it like to be a fruit vendor in the city Thirty-three-year-old Boaz Turyamunonga, who has been vending fruits for eight years, narrates his story.
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President Museveni Hails Church for Promoting Education, Health 1 3

President Museveni credited the Church for being an important conduit for a change of attitude but urged, that focus should be put on mobilizing communities to participate in development programmes and not be limited to evangelism.
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Ndejje University Breaks Powers Unbeaten Run Ín NBL 1

Ndejje won the game played at YMCA Arena after dominating the league giants Power for the first and second quarter 21-11 and 17-14 respectively. Power only led the third quarter of the game with a slim 14-11 before the teams tied in the fourth quarter with 14 points each.
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Kasese Youths Turn to Eating Dogs, Snakes 5 1

Josephat Muhindo, the Munkunyu Sub county LC 3 chairperson, says the youths could be high on drugs that is why they have resorted to such irresponsible behavior.
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UNRA Explains Masindi–Biiso Road Compensation Suspension 2

According to Kirungi, Mate contends that UNRA is compensating wrong people, arguing that it shouldnt compensate them for the land but only pay them for the development on the land.
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