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21:43
21:43

Crested Cranes Qualify For Women AFCON 2022 After Kenya Pull-out 1 Top story

According to a statement released by the local soccer governing body- FUFA, today, Crested Cranes will not play the final round because their opponents Kenya have withdrawn from the qualifiers.
17:23
17:23

Miria Matembe Resigns as CCEDU Chairperson

In August 2021, the NGO Bureau, a body that regulates operations of Non Government Organisations- NGOs in Uganda suspended activities of CCEDU and 53 other organisations for breach of several regulations governing NGOs in Uganda.
17:00
17:00

KCCA Ejects Entebbe Road Taxis from New Taxi Park, 8 Arrested 2 2

The joint operation carried out together with police and the army early today is in the implementation of the KCCA Public Transport Re-Organization Directive which was issued two years ago with the intent to improve traffic flow in the city.
15:57
15:57

Parliament Approves UGX 43 Trillion National Budget Framework Paper 6 1 Top story

According to the Public Finance Management Act, the government is supposed to table the budget framework before parliament by December 31 and this must be discussed, approved by parliament, and recommendations made to the President by February 1.
15:45
15:45

MOH Plans COVID-19 Vaccination in Schools as Cases Start Piling COVID-19 in Schools 4

Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, told URN that after two years of closure they don’t plan to send children back home due to infections but use other strategies such as periodic random testing and vaccination to manage transmission.
15:13
15:13

Former Lecturer Donates Harpsichord to Makerere University 1 3

The redwood piano-like instrument was donated to the department by a former lecturer at the Department of Zoology, Professor Rowell Hugh as a token of appreciation for the relationship he established with Makerere University between 1961 and 1970.
14:30
14:30

How Vendors are Struggling to Live off Kampala Streets 1 5

Viola Kobusobozi, one of the vendors who have insisted on working in the streets, says that while the situation is tense, she cannot afford to take up working space in the markets because of the costs involved. Kobusobozi, a mother of two instead walks around the city with a pack of face masks, some hanging on pegs with the hope that she can still attract buyers.
11:38
11:38

Visually Impaired Persons Demand Brailled Land Laws 1 3

Braille is a code made up of six raised dot patterns that are read through the movement of fingertips from across the lines by people who are blind or who have low vision.
11:01
11:01

MOH Joins Environmentalists Initiative to Curb Littering of Face Masks KCCA 1 1

250 youths will be trained in recycling in a project birthed from the prediction that with school reopening, there is likely going to be increased littering and mask sharing between students, something that can predispose them to infections.
22:02
22:02

Judiciary Receives Equipment to Expedite Hearing of GBV Cases 1

Dr Roswitha Kremser the head of Australian Development Cooperation noted that the donation is part of the project they are implementing with the Judiciary aimed at making sure that survivors or victims of gender-based violence access quality and integrated essential justice services.
18:09
18:09

November Riots: Gov't Still Processing Compensation of Victims 1 4

Gen. Odongo told delegates at the 40th Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights of the United Nations virtual meeting that the compensation process is ongoing and that several families have presented their claims to the office of the Attorney General.
16:21
16:21

Court Orders Mabirizi to Pay UGX 300M for Attacking Judicial Officers MTN Uganda IPO 1 Top story

“The evidence on record is sufficient to prove that both the Twitter handles and Facebook Page-Uganda People’s Interests belong to the Respondent-Male Mabirizi and his unique headed or colored and well-designed paper with complaints to Judicial Service Commission and other agencies”, said Ssekaana.
16:13
16:13

D' Speaker Directs Attorney General to Report on MPs Ssewanyana, Ssegirinya 4 1

MPs Ssegirinya and Ssewanyana were arrested on 7th September, 2021 and are accused of masterminding the machete killings in Masaka sub-region last year. They have since been on remand at Kigo Prison facilities in Wakiso district.
15:56
15:56

Schools Extend Learning Time to Night Hours 5

Since the beginning of this week, our reporters have seen learners in primary and secondary at 10: 00 p.m. returning home from their respective schools.
15:33
15:33

UPL Reintroduces End of Season Best Performer's Awards pilsner awards 5 1

While unveiling the return of the awards, Rugyendo said the secretariat considered improving the image of the brand as well as the performance of the players, particularly in the league.
14:00
14:00

House Divided on Motion to Purchase House for Mutebile’s Family Bank of Uganda 1 9

Robinah Nabbanja, the Prime Minister said that she had taken note of the concerns by the MPs and requested parliament to allow her to consult and report back on their next course of action.
13:25
13:25

Smart City: New Entrants in Usafi Market Complain of Low Sales, Lack of Parking Space 5 1

Hafsa Nalunga, who sells tomatoes in Usafi Market, says that there are a few customers compared to the roadside at Entebbe Road where she used to sell from. She says that the stalls allocated to them are far from the market lane where customers pass and easily buy foods hence favoring only those at the front.
11:07
11:07

Makerere: Student Leaders to Train Freshers on Online Learning Makerere University 1 1

Muchyo Gatuya, the Makerere University Guild Speaker, says that bringing GRCs on board will ensure wider coverage for the training the Directorate of ICT at Makerere has offered in the past.
08:53
08:53

Revelers Return to Bars but Spend Less Than Expected 2 1

Ronald Galiwango, the manager of Ambiance Club Nakulabye, says that the reopening was very fruitful. “What happened on Monday is more than what happens here on both Easter Sunday and Easter Monday combined,” he said.
07:32
07:32

Special Needs Schools Stressed as Parents Neglect Responsibility 1 5

According to Oketcho, parents are expected to contribute Shillings 400,000 to cater for meals, scholastic materials, and utility bills. Part of the money is also used to pay contract staff.
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