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20:13
20:13

Parliament Grants Leave to Opendi to Introduce Bill on Surrogacy 1 2

The former Minister of Health in charge of General duties, who is behind the proposed Surrogacy and Assisted technology Bill, says that although different mechanism of getting children through the participation of other partners are already happening in the country, it is unregulated.
19:29
19:29

Minister Blames Uganda Railway Woes on Infighting for Jobs rail transport 8 1

According to officials from the Uganda Railways Corporation Worker’s Union, among them engineers, the locomotives were designed to run on 90-ton rails yet the current railway line is designed for only 80 tons.
18:25
18:25

Private Schools Want Education Ministry to Offer Psychosocial Support to Teachers 1

Patrick Kaboyo, the General Secretary of Federation of Non-State Education Institution-FENEI, says that teachers are currently going through a lot, some of them are getting mentally ill, and others are depressed. He says that to some, teaching was the only source of income.
18:10
18:10

We Prefer Donations in Kind to Cash -Minister Tumwebaze MAAIF 4 5

Tumwebaze says cash donations are tempting and also items to be procured could take longer because of the procedures that must be taken such as domestic and international bidding among others.
17:30
17:30

Mirembe's Family Accuses Police Of Reluctance to Trace Prime Murder Suspect Mukono High Court 1 3

Speaking to Journalists at Speke Hotel in Kampala on Tuesday morning, Mirembe’s family members led by her father, Emmanuel Musoke, a resident of Lukuli-Nanganda in Makindye division, says that it's painful for them that the suspect can’t be traced yet they have been pursuing justice for the last six years in vain.
17:29
17:29

Local Leaders in Karamoja Cautioned Against Concealing Cattle Thefts 1 2

The accusations follow the declining recovery of stolen livestock as well as the low recovery rate for illegal firearms following the expiry of three months of voluntary and forceful disarmament in the sub-region.
16:57
16:57

Supreme Court Accepts AG's Appeal Against Constitutional Court Ruling in Kazinda Case 3

In 2014, Kazinda applied to the Constitutional Court for orders declaring that the act by the DPP to split the cases and initiate charges of offences founded on the same facts for which he was earlier on convicted, contravened the constitution, which was granted.
16:25
16:25

Makerere University Students Not Ready for Exams 1 4

Some students argue that they have not had adequate time to study while others are unable to complete payment of tuition fees and registration which is mandatory to sit for examinations.
16:16
16:16

Has NUP Done Enough to Get Ugandan Political Prisoners Freed? 5 2

NUP Spokesman Joel Sssenyonyi says whenever they talk about Ssewanyana and Sseggiriinya, they are talking about political prisoners. But NUP’s strategy has left some families of people still in prison distraught. Relatives of three Bobi Wine supporters still detained at Kitalya complain that they are upset with NUP because its official went quiet and resumed their normal business after release of the Nubian Lee group in June.
16:07
16:07

Police Officer Detained for Shooting Fiancée to Death 3

It is alleged that Owuku stormed the residence of his fiancée only identified as Nabukenya in Buddo with a gun around 10 pm on Monday night and shot her dead
15:41
15:41

Butebo Elders Want Kabwangasi PTC Turned into University 3

Sam Nalwanda, a teacher who is acting as the interim chairperson of the elders spearheading the committee fighting for the glory of Kabwangasi PTC, says that the decision to phase out the college came as a shock.
14:55
14:55

Gateway Bus Catches Fire 1 1 Top story

“The cause of fire outbreak not yet established. All passengers have come out alive but their properties burnt,” read the brief statement.
14:47
14:47

She Cranes Defeats Tanzania in African Netball Championship 2 1

She Cranes were in high spirits in the opening tie to overcome a resilient Tanzania side 77-29 at Patrick Lyambo Police Training College Court in Windhoek, Namibia.
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14:31

Arua City Health Officials Resort to Home Care Camps as Chicken Pox Cases Rise Dr. Pontius Apangu 2 3

Elias Mahmud, the in-charge of Risk Communication and Laboratory Services in Arua City, says that they are still making more consultations with WHO as they set up Home Care Camps for treatment and educating the affected people.
14:13
14:13

Heavy Downpour Leaves Over 200 Homeless In Rakai 4 1

Esther Nakaweesa, a single mother lost a house and a banana plantation. She says that she doesn’t have anywhere to go or feed her children.
13:42
13:42

New Wildlife Prosecution Guidelines Will Secure More Convictions-DPP 5 4

Charles Elem-Ogwal, the Deputy DPP in charge of Prosecutions, says the guidelines are timely because wildlife crimes are rampant and the guidelines will be key in securing convictions.
13:26
13:26

Man In Bunyangabu On the Run For Killing Suspect

The Rwenzori West Police Spokesperson, Vincent Twesigye confirms the incident noting that after assaulting Fahad, Akugizibwe dropped him at Rwimi police station.
12:55
12:55

Kasese to Get Bus Assembling Plant 5 1

Metu Katabazi, the Chairperson of Metu Zhongtong Bus Company is optimistic that in the next five years, the company will be able to build capacity to manufacture over 100 buses.
12:26
12:26

E-Receipt Enforcement, Supermarkets Suspend Customer Loyalty Vouchers 1 3

William Kakuru, the Manager of Capital Shopper’s supermarket Ntinda, says that as a result, they have suspended the issuance of loyalty vouchers to their customers.
12:09
12:09

Body of 64-Year-old Woman Retrieved from River Manafwa 1

The Acting Police Spokesperson Bukedi North, Immaculate Alaso said the deceased's relatives first reported a case of disappearance, and later police officers responding to a report of a floating body went and retrieved it from the river.
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