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11:09
11:09

Traders Count Losses as Kiosks Catch Fire at Border with DRC fire incidents

A night-time fire at Mpondwe border post in Mpondwe-Lubiriha town council, Kasese district, has destroyed 12 timber-made kiosks.
15:32
15:32

No Traces of Poison In Kasese Water igp kale kayihura

Water in Kasese municipality has been reconnected after tests carried out showed there wasn\'t any trace of poison. The water was disconnected by NWSC staff after police reports that it had been poisoned by enemies of the Bakonzo and Rwenzururu Kingdom.
09:02
09:02

Poison Scare Forces NWSC To Disconnect Water In Kasese Town water shortage

A poison scare has this morning forced the National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) to switch off water in Kasese Municipality. Kasese District Police Commander Michael Musani Sabila says unknown people told locals that the water had been poisoned by ‘enemies’ of the Bakonzo and Rwenzururu Kingdom. NWSC area Manager for Kasese, Stanley Kamugisa, says samples of the water have been taken to NWSC laboratory in Kasese town for testing, which will last for three hours.
12:52
12:52

Busongora Coronation Anniversary Celebrations Called Off igp kale kayihura

However this didn’t go on well with the Basongora, which led to clashes between the two ethnic groups. Bakonzo
14:38
14:38

Rwenzururu King Finally Backs Off Bundibugyo Trip 1

Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere has succumbed to government pressure and called off the intended travel to Bundibugyo district for his kingdom’s peace day event.
12:51
12:51

UPDATE: Mumbere Storms Out Of Palace, Insists On Bundibugyo Trip 2

Drama continues to unfold in Kasese as Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere storms out of his palace despite heavy police deployment meant to stop him from traveling to Bundibugyo. Just hours after police deployed at the palace outside Kasese town and disarmed his guards, Mumbere tried to walk out of the palace, but he was blocked just about two hundred meters away as he approached Kilembe road to access Kasese town on foot.
12:21
12:21

2 Police Officers Detained For Shooting At Demonstrators In Kasese 1

Two police officers have been detained for opening fire on a rowdy crowd along the streets of Kasese town during a demonstration against the blockage of King Charles Wesley Mumbere from visiting Bundibugyo district.
16:33
16:33

Govt Blocks Mumbere's Visit To Bundibugyo

The Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura who is camping in Kasese since Thursday announced today that the central government advised King Mumbere and his subjects to have the celebrations in Kasese district where his palace is. However, the Kingdom cabinet sat on Friday morning and resolved that the King must visit Bundibugyo district on Saturday.
07:55
07:55

ADF Victims Threaten Court Action adf rebels

A group of people who lost their property when the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels attacked Kasese town in 2001 are planning to sue the government for failure to compensate them. On March 11, 2001 shortly after the general elections, suspected ADF rebels attacked Kasese town and killed at least 11 people. They also burnt 54 cars and a number of houses.
07:34
07:34

Gen. Mbadi's Thanksgiving Event Called Off army reshuffle

Kasese district leaders have called off a function to thank President Yoweri Museveni for elevating his former Aide De Camp Wilson Mbadi to Major General and appointing him Joint Chief of Staff. Mbadi, who spent many years as Museveni’s ADC until November 2012 when he was promoted to Brigadier and sent to head 4th Division, is the highest ranking UPDF officer hailing from Kasese.
10:58
10:58

2 Children Die In Kasese House Fire mysterious fire

Two children are confirmed dead in Bwera Town Council, Kasese district after fire reduced to ashes the house they were sleeping in on Tuesday. In a separate incident on Thursday morning, a 14 year-old boy in Buhuna II village, Karambi sub-county in Kasese District died after a sand quarry he was working in curved in on him.
09:53
09:53

Mumbere Suspends Prime Minister Over UGX 40M Kingdom Cash rwenzururu kingdom

Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere has suspended his Prime Minister Henry Bwambale Kandabu for failing to account for 40 million shillings.
07:28
07:28

30 Health Workers To Lose Jobs Over Absenteeism kasese district

Over thirty health workers who were recruited this year by the Kasese district local government are on the verge of losing their jobs for absconding from their duties.
05:05
05:05

Repair of Damaged Infrastructure Starts in Kasese kasese floods 2 3

Several bridges, roads and buildings were destroyed by the floods. Some of the destroyed infrastructure is under repair
07:58
07:58

Kasese Flood Victims Struggle to Adjust to Camp Conditions kilembe mines 2

Two camps for the victims have been set up at Kasese Primary School in Kasese municipality and Kyanjuki in Kilembe. Life in both camps is appalling but the flood survivors have nowhere else to go.
10:32
10:32

Kasese Floods: Heavy Trucks Diverted from Mubuku Bridge

Following the floods, disaster management officials stopped trucks carrying more than five tones from crossing the bridge.
11:27
11:27

Floods: Kasese Health Centre III Overwhelmed By Patients kasese floods 2 1

The water destroyed most of the infrastructure including the wards, nurse’s residences and equipment.
13:08
13:08

Kilembe Hospital Closed After Floods nature 1

Kilembe Hospital has been closed following yesterday\'s floods. The patients have been transferred to Bwera Hosipital, Kagando and Kasese Municipal Council Health Centre III. Red Cross can confirm that 432 homes have been affected by the flood.
11:30
11:30

UWA, Rwenzururu Kingdom In Chimpanzee Protection Campaign chimpanzees

The Uganda Wild Life Authority (UWA) is partnering with Rwenzururu Kingdom in a campaign to conserve the Chimpanzees in the Rwenzori region.
11:01
11:01

Worker Dies in Lodge Awaiting Permission to Go for Treatment workers rights

A man in his early forties was on Wednesday morning found dead in the Rock Gardens lodge in Kasese Municipality.
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