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19:29
19:29

Borrowing Against Future Oil Revenue Pushes Uganda to Resource Curse -Mutebile oil curse 1

Mutebile told a meeting in Kampala on Friday that the opportunity to borrow non-concessional – expensive money – to meet infrastructure needs has become very tempting, especially in anticipation of oil revenues, which serve as collateral for borrowing from international markets.
19:17
19:17

1000 Survivors: Harnessing Hope to End DRC Ebola Outbreak 1 Top story

Most of the 1000 survivors are now enrolled in a follow-up programme which involved monitoring their health for one year, during which they receive regular check-ups from physicians, psychologists, lab technicians, nurses and hygienists.
18:50
18:50

Pursuit Underway for Agents Luring Ugandan Youths into Joining S. Sudan Rebels 3 1

Ronald Okot Okane, a resident of Lakwor village in Lagoro Sub County who was duped into the scam says they were unknowingly lured by a person, he declined to name, promising them a salary of USD 600 (2.2 million Shillings), per month, an offer he says was too lucrative to be rejected.
18:46
18:46

Political Parties Asked To Emulate Ignatius Kangave Musazi in Grassroot Mobilization 1

Dr Ssimba says Musazi mobilized Ugandans to defeat colonial economic oppression without receiving any political party funding from government as being craved by political parties today. He said political parties should stop blaming restrictive political environment for preventing their effective mobilization in the country.
17:48
17:48

Agriculture Minister Tips Farmers on Coffee Production 3 1

Ssempijja who was today speaking at the celebrations to mark the International Coffee Day held at Ankole Coffee Producers Union offices in Kabwohe –Sheema Municipality. The activities were held under the theme “sustainable coffee production through a Cooperative model and Community Development”.
17:18
17:18

NDA Impounds Drugs in West Nile 2 3

The four days operation was conducted in the districts of Adjumani, Moyo, Yumbe, Koboko, Arua, Nebbi and Pakwach.
16:42
16:42

Investors Will Require An Environmental Bond Before Mining Uganda’s Minerals 2 1

Zachary Baguma, the Commissioner Geology at the Uganda Directorate of Geological Survey and Mines says that the current National Environment Management Authority Act and the requirement for companies to do the environmental impact assessments before undertaking the project has not stopped companies from leaving open pits after digging minerals.
16:26
16:26

Athletes Irked by Poor State of Kapchorwa Stadium 7 1

The stadium located in the Central Division in Kapchorwa Municipality is currently characterized by heaps of soil piled around the pitch, affecting athlete’s training, football matches and other nonsporting activities that used to take place in the field.
15:07
15:07

Makerere Fake Gold Scam Suspect Disowns Signature City Hall Court 2 1

Nasser Kibirige, a 38-year old businessman has disowned a signature purported to have been matched by government handwriting expert, on a cash receipt confirming payment for testing of 7 kilograms of gold.
12:51
12:51

Heavy Rains Destroy Teboke Primary School apac district 1 1

Richard Owani, the school headteacher says that pupils in P3, P.4 and P.5 have been sent back home because the rains have greatly damaged the school's buildings.
10:39
10:39

Lira Municipal Councilors Refer Town Clerk to Local Government Ministry Lira municipality 1 1

Ahabwe, the former Lira Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, was posted to Lira municipality as the town clerk, to replace Assy Abireebe who was facing trial at the Anti-Corruption Court over alleged embezzlement of public funds and abuse of office.
07:45
07:45

Seize 'Golden Opportunity' to Stabilize Great Lakes Region: Envoy Tells UN Security Council 2

He listed recent developments, including the signing of an agreement aimed at easing tensions between Rwanda and Uganda, regional cooperation to counter armed groups in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC and strengthened diplomatic engagement following the election of a new President in the DRC last December.
07:30
07:30

Man Jailed 50 Years For Murder, Aggravated Robbery criminal session

Prosecution led by Amina Akasa told court that the duo after reaching Lukaya told Mukasa to stop at a nearby bush so that they can to ease themselves. She says that shortly after the car had stopped the duo strangled Mukasa to death.
06:43
06:43

Kilembe Mines Needs More Exploration – Muloni 3 1

Speaking at the closure of a two-day mineral wealth conference in Kampala on Thursday, Irene Muloni, the Minister of Energy and Minerals Development said the investor will be required in the new arrangement to carry out the entire chain from exploration to beneficiation of the resource.
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