Breaking

Archive

Aug 2021 6 results
16:41
16:41

COVID-19: Food Suppliers Grieve Over Continued School Closure 4

John Sserunjoji is a produce dealer in the city suburbs of Kisenyi. According to Sserunjoji, the back to school was the best season for him. He explained prior to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak he used to supply about 20 tons of maize flour to different schools at the opening of each term, and make additional deliveries after a month.
16:14
16:14

Afghan Evacuees: Heavy Deployment at Entebbe Airport, Hotels 2 8 Top story

Hajji Mbabali Njuki, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner for Entebbe Municipality confirmed the heightened security deployment.
11:17
11:17

UNRA Announces Temporary Suspension of Kazinga Ferry Services 4 2 Top story

UNRA spokesperson, Allan Ssempebwa, says that ferry services will be suspended on Thursday and Friday this week to allow the routine repair and maintenance services.
11:07
11:07

Coccidiosis Disease Kills Hundreds of Poultry in Amuru Pabbo Town Council 3 1

The disease has for the past one week been reported in the areas of Kal A, Kal B, Kal Centre, Labika and Lagak in Pabbo Sub County and Pabbo Town Council.
10:46
10:46

Lockdown Changes Face of Kabalagala Trading Centre 3 2

James Mutyaba, the manager of the building, which hosts Chery’s bar and lounge, said the proprietor of the club notified him that she could no longer pay for the big space and asked him to rent out the lower space. “So, the new tenant was dealing in clothes that’s why you see clothes and shoes in the former bar,” he said.
08:25
08:25

Chairpersons of Emyooga SACCOs in Ankole Struggle to Recover Funds Emyooga fund 1 5

The leaders are now pleading for an additional grace period from three months to at least six months due to the effects of the covid-19. They also want new guidelines on how the funds will be recovered.
Aug 2021 6 results