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12:30
12:30

Apac Leaders Top List of Emyooga Defaulters 1 4

Kasim Muhad Azabu, the Apac Deputy Resident District Commissioner has now embarked on a name and shame approach, a move he believes will help in recovering the government money.
10:06
10:06

Police Initiates Auctioning of 500 Unclaimed Boda-Bodas in Kampala Boda-Boda riders 4 1

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire said that more than 500 motorcycles have remained unclaimed at different police stations in Kampala Metropolitan area, posing a challenge of space at the stations.
09:53
09:53

Truck Drivers Protest Double Charges for Clearing Goods In Transit 2 2

Yusuf Mudopa, a truck driver, says that they are surprised that they have to clear the same goods at Busia and Mpondwe border points. He said that they are not ready to proceed until the relevant authorities clarify the matter.
19:29
19:29

Deputy Speaker Among Asks Committee Chairpersons To Report Back To Parliament 1 3

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among has tasked all committee chairperson to urgently report back to the House in regard to Bills and other business that was referred to them for consideration.
19:21
19:21

Parliament Independent Engineers to Assess Moroto Central Market 2 2

URN reported last month that vendors had rejected the stalls in the newly constructed market because they were too small to accommodate the vendors and their merchandise. The stalls did not also have a storage facility.
18:44
18:44

UNBS Equips Gulu Testing Lab, To start Operation Before End of Year 1 4

The multibillion laboratory is one of the three regional laboratories, the others in Mbale and Mbarara cities whose construction is funded by the Danish Embassy through TradeMark East Africa-TMEA. UNBS kicked off the construction of the three regional laboratories last year.
16:31
16:31

UCAA Bars Staff From Using Personal Phones, Devices At Entebbe Airport 1

In a circular to staff, Emmanuel Barungi, the General Manager Entebbe Airport says that "it has been noted with concern that the use of personal phones and other devices by Airport staff while on duty has continued unabated despite consequent security and safety concerns."
14:09
14:09

Extreme Weather Lowers Honey Production in Acholi 7 1

Barnabas Opiyo, the Kitgum District Entomology Officer says bees are more productive during the warm season, which facilitates the production of honey, wax and propolis.
13:10
13:10

Arua City Market Vendors Allocated Space 2 3

Lydia Karungi Senior Program Officer in charge of Community Development in MATIP said they are set to allocate over 3,500 stalls and pitches to vendors.
11:31
11:31

We Are Overwhelmed With Passenger Baggage - Uganda Airlines 4 1

Each passenger is allowed to carry a piece of hand luggage weighing a maximum of 7 kilograms and two pieces of check-in baggage weighing a total of 23 kilograms. However one is also allowed to have two extra pieces of baggage at a total cost of 125 US Dollars. Those with only one extra piece of baggage are paying 50 US Dollars.
17:28
17:28

COVID-19 Resilience: From Classroom to Food Café Owners covid 19 resilience 5

Two teachers of St Gracious schools in Lira district have established a food café business to earn a living as they wait for schools to reopen.
17:16
17:16

Cotton Price Hits UGX 3,000 After 10 Years 3

Okello says it is unfortunate that many farmers got discouraged because last year their cotton was destroyed by floods and the price was also low at between Shillings 1,500 to Shillings 1,800.
13:36
13:36

Local Music Star Resorts to Vending Perfumes to Survive Lockdown 2 3

With over ten songs to her name Moureen biabee fuses the urban contemporary sounds with the traditional ones to create dance tunes appreciated by mostly the youth in the region. Some of Moureen biabee's big songs include Ninyenda iwe, Humura, Omwana, Ogarukye, Eshala Yangye and her latest single Yetwaze gye.
13:04
13:04

Students in Bunyoro Turn to Fishing due to Prolonged Schools Closure covid-19 5 1

Many of the students who came back from school in the Bunyoro sub region have joined the fishing sector to earn a living. They are employed at various landing sites in the region from where they carry out fishing expeditions on the lake Albert waters.
11:51
11:51

Nabilatuk Fails to Access Emyooga over Strict Conditions 4

The various groups have met all other conditions except four due to lack of operational office, failure to raise AGM minutes and resolutions, low savings and lack of financial records.
10:03
10:03

Sale of Land to Pastoralists Suspended in Amuru Attiak Sub County 1 2

The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem told URN that all land transactions between the balalo herdsmen and any parties in the district must be suspended until the committee verifies the type of transactions and land ownerships of all the herdsmen in the area.
18:32
18:32

International Atomic Energy Agency Endorses Uganda’s Nuclear Power Development 1 4

Mehmet Ceyhan, the Mission Team Leader said they reviewed 19 nuclear infrastructure issues to assess Uganda’s readiness towards construction and operation of the first nuclear power plant that includes legal and regulatory frameworks, management, nuclear security and safety. Others are procurement, site and supporting facilities, funding and financing, human resource development, electrical grid, emergency planning, radiation protection, nuclear fuel cycle, and radiative waste.
18:30
18:30

MTN Explains Undersubscription As Share Price Increases 6

MTN Uganda CEO Vanhelleputte blamed misinformation especially by social media about the company and the listing process in particular, to the extent of the company and the Capital Market Authority being sued for alleged violation of regulatory procedure, which suit did not succeed.
15:21
15:21

Fire Guts Commercial Building In Busia 2 3

The fire that gutted the building which had four shops and a video hall reportedly started after 2am. Property worth millions of shillings was destroyed in the fire.
15:00
15:00

60% Time, 38% Money for Lira Roads Gone yet Only 10% Work is Done USMID project 1 4

Morris Chris Ongom, the chairperson Lira City Development Forum cited unfavorable physical conditions and political interference as barriers to effective implementation and development of the project.
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