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20:07
20:07

Archbishop Bakyenga Tasks Govt on Insecurity, Land Wrangles 2 1

Bakyenga said that the government must step up efforts to address land conflicts and unwarranted loss of lives. He observed that it was unfortunate that people are continually killed under unclear circumstances, yet no steps have been taken to apprehend the killers.
19:45
19:45

ROKO Pleads for South Sudan Compensation juba crisis 2 1

ROKO, a civil engineering, and construction company in Uganda was contracted in 2009, by the Government of South Sudan to rehabilitate Juba International and Domestic Airport. However, following the Juba crisis in 2013, construction of the airport stalled to date.
19:31
19:31

Central Bank Tasked to Stop Mortgages on Public Land bank of uganda 3 1

Bamugemereire’s plea is based on reports that chunks of government land have been mortgaged by individuals and often taken over by commercial banks.
19:17
19:17

MPs Question Mbarara University Officials over Illegal Businesses 2

Members of Parliament sitting on the education committee have today grilled Mbarara University leadership over the operation of illegal businesses within the institution.
18:36
18:36

NCHE to Review Soroti University Opening education committee 1

Omoding told the MPs that they had written to NCHE to carry out an administrative visit on Thursday next week to verify the status of the university.
17:59
17:59

Residents Demand Compensation 13 Years After Completion of Ntungamo- Rukungiri Road 4

The residents were affected by the road construction project, their properties valued and have since then been demanding for their pay. The locals are mainly from the areas of Ihunga,Kagarama town council and parts of Ntungamo Municipality.
16:59
16:59

Mak Staff Tribunal Upholds Decision to Dismiss Registrar over Marks Alteration room

Delivering the ruling, George Omunyokol, the Tribunal Chairperson said all evidence adduced during the appeal process convincingly found Namusoke guilty of the unprofessional conduct.
15:13
15:13

Bunyangabu Civilian Veterans Demand Tractors from Gov’t Bunyangabu District 1

The tractors were their major sources of income since they would be hired to farmers to use them in ploughing their fields. The veterans would charge 70,000 shillings for each hectare ploughed, and would at least save 200, 000 shillings daily. However, the tractors are grounded and efforts to have them repaired have been futile.
14:41
14:41

Investment Authority Board Tasked to Attract Quality Investors 3 1

Anite said that the board’s critical responsibility is to change the quality of investors who are licensed to set up industries and receive government incentives such as tax holidays and free land.
14:03
14:03

Gov’t Halts Israeli Firm Medical Cannabis License evelyn anite 2

According to Anite, the Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has called an expert’s meeting to discuss the issue next week.
13:52
13:52

Mak Staff Tribunal Reinstates Vice Chancellor's Former Personal Assistant accusation 1 1

The staff appeals tribunal has directed management to immediately reinstate, Elias Nuwagaba at Makerere University, saying disciplinary process leading to his dismissal from the university service had gaps.
13:23
13:23

Kizinda Parents School Closed over Strike 2

The students reportedly turned rowdy accusing the administration of failing to provide them with enough food, congestion in dormitories and failure to deliver on a promised scholarship scheme.
13:18
13:18

RDC Faces Probe for Engaging in Political Campaigns State House 1

Omara has reportedly been campaigning for Kampala based businessman Denis Dean Omeni, in the Sub Counties of Bala, Ayer, Akalo and Ayer Town Council since last year. In one of the drives, he was seen distributing handheld hoes which were given to households in Bala Sub County about three weeks ago.
12:38
12:38

Priests Cautioned Against Accumulating Wealth Diocese of Kasese 3

Bishop Kibira said that many people leading religious lives have committed to the search for wealth at the expense of doing evangelistic work that would lead the people to salvation. The prelate argued that the accumulation of wealth among priests and any religious persons is a sign of selfishness if it does not serve society.
12:27
12:27

Landlords to File Separate Tax Returns for Multiple Properties Judy Rugasira

According to the income tax (amendment) bill 2019, which will come into effect on July 1, 2019, a company earning rental income from more than one property, will be required to account for their income and expenses separately.
11:40
11:40

Refugee, Host Communities Destroy 58 Percent Vegetation-Ecweru refugee camps 1 2

According to Musa Ecweru, the State Minister for Disaster Preparedness and Refugees in the office of the Prime Minister, both the host communities and refugees clear thousands of acres of vegetation for settlement, cultivation and wood fuel among other things.
11:25
11:25

UWA Rangers Implicated in Terrorising Apaa Residents 1 3

Agnes Lindah Auma, the Amuru Resident District Commissioner, says they found evidence that UWA rangers disguise themselves as unknown militia to attack and destroy homes of residents in the disputed area.
11:01
11:01

Court Warns MP Kakooza for Not Honouring Summons

On Tuesday, court presided over by Abdullah Khaiza, the Lyantonde Grade One Magistrate on Tuesday castigated Kakooza for continuously failing to honour summons issued to him.
10:49
10:49

National Airlines Company Secures Partial Budget Approval 3

The company’s Technical Adviser Cornwall Mulewa says that the Airline requires 258.5 billion Shillings to facilitate commissions, catering services, maintenance, landing and ground handling fees, among others.
08:03
08:03

Rainstorm Devastates Oyam Primary School

The storm blew the roofs of six classroom occupied by more than 1,010 pupils. It also affected the school store and a teacher’s house. Minakulu Primary School is one of the most populated schools in Lango with 2,366 pupils. John Gutenberg Ogwang, the Minakulu Sub county LC 3 chairperson says leaders from areas affected by the disaster held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the natural disaster.
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