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Sep 2018 22 results
20:43
20:43

Police Takes Control of Nyege Nyege Festival Venue talent africa 1

Police will also provide accreditation to all persons going to attend the festival, ensure that the event is accessed only by adults and those whose age is questionable to provide documentary prove.
19:57
19:57

Summary Executions, Hate Speech Rife in Burundi – Report sexual violence 1

We know that the form of executions has changed so theyre hiding the bodies there is every reason to believe that in a large number of cases, they are ending up dead, said Franoise Hampson, a member of the UN panel.
19:47
19:47

Government Withdraws Health Laboratory Services Bill prime minister 2

Although the Parliaments committee on health has interacted with a number of stakeholders, on the matter, the government has opted to withdraw the bill, pending discussions on the merger of government agencies.
19:44
19:44

Ntungamo Starts Wetland Restoration Campaign 2

Ntungamo District Chairperson Denis Singahache says that the district is in advanced stages of ensuring that the depleted wetlands are restored. He also says that they have ordered for the arrest of residents who have encroached on the wetlands.
19:20
19:20

Bobi Wine Protests Slow Private Sector growth in August 1

Qureishi also noted observed that the sporadic riots in parts of the country over the last month partly disrupted trade and business in various parts of the country.
19:18
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Kyenjojo Sub Counties Lacking Health Centers ministry of health 3

According to residents in Nyantungo Sub-county, for more than ten years, they have travelled long distances to access medical services at Kyenjojo Hospital which is more than 10 kilometres away from their homes.
18:42
18:42

First Ladies Commit to a Future Free from HIV/AIDS reproductive health 1

The campaign was launched on the margins of the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on ChinaAfrica Cooperation FOCAC, in Beijing, China. The campaign aims to increase young peoples access to integrated sexual and reproductive health and HIV services and strengthen their engagement in the AIDS response.
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Search Committee for MAK Deputy Vice Chancellors Instituted makerere senate 1

Associate Professor Ernest Okello Ogwang has been the Makerere Universitys 1st deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs DVC AA after assuming office on October 8, 2013, having replaced now Supreme Court judge, Justice Lillian Tibatemwa Ekirikubinza.
17:04
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URA Collected UGX 27b from Mobile Money, OTT Taxes in July 1 1

URA Commissioner General Doris Akol says that during the month, URA collected 4.7 billion Shillings from OTT commonly referred to as social media tax and 22.3 billion Shillings from Mobile Money transactions.
16:16
16:16

Siraj Bakaleke, 8 Others Charged for Defrauding South Korean Investors kidnap 1

The group is implicated in the alleged extortion of 1.4 billion Shillings from two South Korean Nationals Park Seunghoon and Jang Shingu Un who came to Uganda looking for gold amounting to USD 1.5 million, early this year. But the South Koreans were arrested from Acacia Mall in Kampala; where they were due to meet their lawyer Paul Wanyoto.
13:53
13:53

Makerere University Alumni Cited in Thefts acp enock abaine 2

Emmanuel Byabashaija, a former student at the College of Computing and Information Sciences -CoCIS who was arrested at college of education laboratory having stolen hard disks from the computers in the lab. Police say however that the suspect was released on police bond, however records show he was arrested in the toilets of Food Science and Nutrition stealing rolls, and was remanded after being arraigned in court.
13:09
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Delayed Repair of MV 2 Kyoga Ferry Irks Travelers resident 1 1 Top story

Mark Ssali, the UNRA Spokesperson, says they are in the process of procuring some spares to fix the faulty ferry.
12:40
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Kigarama Police Post Operates Without Toilet Facility 2

Kigarama police post in Bisheshe division of Ibanda Municipality is operating without a toilet facility.The police post which receives at least 30 people every day and also host 10 police officers has no toilet facility. The visitors to the post are asked to go to the neighboring homes for easing themselves.
12:28
12:28

More Adults at Risk over Physical Inactivity- Report

In 55 of 168 countries, more than one-third of the population was insufficiently physically active. Only six per cent of adults in Uganda and Mozambique were insufficiently active the lowest levels of all countries.
12:22
12:22

Cabinet Halts New Allowances Structure For Public Servants

The decision was taken during Monday weekly cabinet meeting. The cabinet directed Ministry of Finance and Public Service to review the allowances and prepare a new structure that will be implemented in the 2019/20 financial year.
12:01
12:01

Borehole Excites Owolo Residents water 4 2

The entire village lacked a water source forcing residents to share dirty water sources with animals, putting their lives at risk. The residents also walked for more than 5 kilometres in search for clean and safe water sources.
11:48
11:48

What Exactly Happened in Arua; the Eyewitness Account

President Museveni had earlier commissioned a demonstration farm at GiliGili and passed by the prisons to address NRM supporters at Arua hill. However, while heading to Pokea Primary school grounds to board his chopper at around 6 p.m., his convoy met a mammoth crowd that had blocked the way on Ediofe road.
11:27
11:27

Buvuma Gov't Employees Work Only Two Days A week resident 3 1 Top story

The Buvuma District LC V Chairperson, Alex Mabirizi, acknowledged the problem of absenteeism. He explained that the workers are expected to work full time but most of them report for work on Tuesday and leave by Thursday, which is affecting service delivery.
11:09
11:09

Rakai Farmers Lose Crops to Marauding Hippos 2

Ronald Byakatonda, one of the affected sweet potato growers in Byembogo village, Dwaniro sub-county, says despite continuous outcry to government, they have never been compensated for the losses.
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UCDA Arrests 40 Farmers Over Poor Coffee Management 4 1

Paul Bwambale, a Coffee Farmer in Katumba Village in Kyalhumba Sub County, says the farmers are prompted to harvest green coffee beans because of the high poverty levels and theft.
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