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09:14
09:14

VP Alupo Cautions Students on Strikes, Urges Them to Embrace Dialogue 3 1

Alupo expressed concern that the student strikes don't only cause infrastructural damages but also soil the reputation of the affected and impede the government's broader objective of developing the education sector.
14:56
14:56

Masaka Taps into Unexploited Cultural, Religious Sites to Promote Tourism Masaka City Council 2 1

Two years after they were granted city status, the leadership of Masaka has considered organizing the first-ever city carnival as a platform to market its tourism potential and investment opportunities; a four-day socialization event, which will take place between July 29 and July 31, 2022.
16:13
16:13

Masaka Muslim Clerics Renew Demands for Release of Professor Kabwegyere Report 1 2

In today’s Eid Al-Aduha prayers at the Masaka main mosque, the Muslim clerics led by Sheikh Sulait Ssentongo, the deputy Supreme District Kadhi for the greater Masaka district have complained about the protracted failure of the government to release the report, blaming the failure for the persistent misunderstandings within the Muslim community of Uganda.
10:39
10:39

West Buganda Diocese To Enforce Mandatory Coffee Farming in All Parishes 1 3

Molly Tandeka, the representative of Sembabule Archdeaconry to the synod demanded that the diocese adopts coffee farming as its niche through, which it can foster improved livelihoods of its priests and lay-readers, wherever they are deployed on their clerical duties.
15:30
15:30

PDM Beneficiaries Task Gov't on Coordination Offices 2

Patrick Muyobu, the Chairperson of Kimanya Ward in Kimanya-Kabonera City Division, says that without close physical addresses in terms of offices that are close to the beneficiaries, the program is bound to face due to lapses in its monitoring.
15:44
15:44

Low Number of Pilgrims: Families Delegate Members to Pray for Them 3 1 Top story

Records at Masaka Catholic Diocese show that only 783-foot pilgrims set off for the 140kilometer journey on Sunday morning. This is way below the 1273-foot pilgrims that the diocese registered in 2019 before the outbreak of COVID-19
17:42
17:42

30 Enrol for Rift Valley Fever Vaccine Trail in Masaka 1 2

Dr. Zac Anywaine, the lead researcher based at the UVRI research center in Masaka, says it is the first time the ChAdOx1 RVF vaccine is tested on humans in Uganda. The same clinical trial is concurrently being conducted at the University of Oxford.
14:37
14:37

Masaka Businessman Bazzeketa Found Dead in Hotel maria flo hotel

Bazzeketta's body was discovered on Saturday morning in one of the rooms at Maria Flo Hotel after his staff got concerned that he was not getting out of the room and not picking phone calls.
14:26
14:26

Masaka Muslims Protest Non-Religious Speeches, Heckle RDC Eid Al Fitr 1 2

The situation became chaotic when dozens of Muslim faithful rose up and protested the speech by Masaka Resident District Commissioner Teopista Ssekungo.
14:23
14:23

Masaka Catholics Generate 400-Page Report from Consultation on Reforms Synod on Synodality 4

Bishop Jjumba indicated at the climax of the exercise in the diocese on Friday, that their local consultations committee had compiled a draft report of 400 pages as views collected from the different categories of people across the 58 parishes in the diocese.
12:46
12:46

Masaka Bishop Turns to Basic Christian Community to Address Domestic Violence 2 5

While delivering his Easter message at his Episcopal home in Kitovu, Masaka, Bishop Jjumba noted that he has found it necessary to enlarge the mandate of Small Christian Communities beyond providing spiritual support, to also include strengthening family institutions through promoting reconciliation among couples.
07:34
07:34

Masaka Diocese Opens Special Rehabilitation Centre for Depression Victims 3

Bishop Serverus Jjumba, the ordinary of Masaka Diocese while leading mass during the commissioning of the facility, observed that it will greatly help in restoring hope among many people who are faced with misery.
00:16
00:16

Former Ugandan Ambassador To Canada Tomusange Dead 1

Dr. Edward Ssemwanga, the hospital superintendent confirmed Tomusange’s death though declined to reveal more details.
10:31
10:31

Buganda Kingdom, IRCU Collaborate to Strengthen Family Values 4 1

IRCU entered into a formal collaboration with the council of clan leaders in the Buganda Kingdom, to jointly use their respective influences to champion values of humanity and economic empowerment among communities they control.
11:19
11:19

Private School Teachers in Masaka Demand Salary Increment 1 5

Patrick Sseremba, the School headteacher says that despite the financial constraints, the teachers have used the school reopening as an opportunity to raise several demands some of which he says are unrealistic at the moment.
07:47
07:47

Leaders Want Recruitment of Parish Chiefs in Masaka City Reviewed 4 1

The leaders have raised reservations in the recruitment process of parish chiefs in the area, questioning the impartiality of a panel that interviewed the candidates.
14:31
14:31

Masaka Bishop Calls For Cross-Generation Dialogue 1 2

Right Reverend Severus Jjumba said that it is high time Ugandans of different age groups in the various capacities resorted to using dialogue as the best way of solving their contradictions.
15:39
15:39

From Classroom to Hatchery; COVID-19 Opens Business Fortunes for Masaka Teacher 2 2

But, she says that the lockdown came with a mixed bag of frustration and fortune, challenging her to reinvent herself into a sustainable business that earns far better than what the best schools in her locality pay their teachers.
16:36
16:36

Children Earn From Solid Waste As Schools Remain Closed Covid-19 Resilience 1 2

When the schools were closed in March last year, at least 30 pupils of St Maria Goretti Mpugwe Primary School in Masaka district mobilised themselves into a group of environmental protection ambassadors that undertook to encourage proper waste management practices in their communities while at home.
11:26
11:26

Youth With Disability Finds Fortune in Reproducing Home-Study Materials resilience 1 3

While many people are struggling to recover from the effects of the COVID-19, the story is different for Abbey Lukyamuzi, a youth living with disability in Masaka town, who has ventured into the reproduction and distribution of learners' home-school material in his area.
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