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Oct 2022 12 results
19:31
19:31

KCCA Laborers Recruited by '7 Hills' Not Paid for Over a Year 4 4

Naiga says that they have been made to open bank accounts thrice; in Bank of Africa and Equity Bank in 2021 and two months back in Housing Finance Bank They were also made to buy brooms for sweeping, and were promised Identify Cards which they haven't seen. Others say they often fall sick due to the working conditions yet they aren't earning anything to pay for treatment.
18:56
18:56

EACOP Mediation Hearing Flops At French Court TotalEnergies 1 Top story

TotalEnergies in a statement said it regretted that the NGOs involved in the proceedings refused to participate in the mediation process.
18:46
18:46

Gulu City Mayor Tasks UNBS on Substandard Products 4 1

Okwonga pointed out that there are numerous alcoholic and energy drinks, food such as cooking oil, honey, and fortified flour in the markets which he says are not certified by UNBS and do not bear the distinct quality mark.
18:04
18:04

Uganda Eliminated from U-17 Afcon Zonal Qualifiers 1 1

The two sides played a one-all-draw in normal time before Somalia won the tie 8-7 on penalties.
17:09
17:09

Demand For White Cane Overwhelms Kitgum Free Eye Camp 5

Many people who turned up for the one-week camp with the hope of getting the white cane are going back disappointed.
14:25
14:25

Teachers Stranded as Heavy Rain Ravages Chakwara Primary School 5 2

Morris Odyany, a teacher at the school, says that operating from home is not only affecting him but his learners as well because the current morning rain delays him at home.
11:25
11:25

Kitgum Municipal Council Grappling with Limited Office Space 2

The Kitgum Municipal Mayor Richard Ojara Okwera says the growing number of staff following a recent recruitment that observed over 50 technical officers absorbed into service has overstretched the limited office spaces.
10:55
10:55

Schools in Moroto Hit by Shortage of Science Teachers secondary schools 1 3

The shortage has forced several schools to employ the services of student teachers to teach science subjects. The schools also lack safety gear and inadequate apparatus to support the effective teaching of science subjects.
10:30
10:30

Ntoroko Starts Training Artificial Insemination Technicians to Improve Cattle Breeds 3 Top story

Patrick Businge, the Ntoroko District Production Officer told the Uganda radio network that the district through the Local economic growth program support has launched a campaign to train at least 12 artificial insemination technicians to help th farmers transform from indigenous cattle to mixed breeds and improve on their dairy products.
09:25
09:25

Change Agents in Kole District Rally Residents for Development 5 1

Vicky Akello, a community change Agent in Aboke Town Council says they have been able to come up with by laws against domestic violence shortly after their training which enables members to identify problems affecting the community and its solutions.
08:34
08:34

Schools Tasked to Embrace Greening Project 1 5

According to Mrs. Museveni, under the p[roject, 26 million trees will be planted across all the seed secondary schools in Uganda by 2026.
07:00
07:00

Bundibugyo Learners Abandon Classes Over Lack of Lunch 6 2

Debora Asiimwe, the head teacher of Bundikakemba Primary School in Nyahuka told URN that they resolved that parents contribute 10kilograms of maize flour and three kilograms of beans towards lunch but the sixth week into the term, no parent has delivered the items
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