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09:29
09:29

Sharp Slowdown Probable in World Trade Growth in 2023

The new forecast revises estimates published in April this year, just weeks after the start of the war in Ukraine. At the time, WTO economists had to rely on simulations for their projections, in the absence of hard data about the conflict's impact.
08:28
08:28

Speaker Among Controverts Past Battles in Election of EALA Members 1 2 Top story

Among’s pitch for the NRM candidates came 10 years after she lost an application in the East African Court of Justice in which, among others, she complained about the NRM's failure to follow the dictates of the East African Community Protocol.
08:02
08:02

How Fraudsters Use Internet to Con University Students, Job Seekers 5 1

Through such scams, 20 girls were conned of a smartphone and 400,000 Shillings each by one Paul Lubanga Lwanga. The victims aged between 18 and 23 years were trailed from areas surrounding taxi parks and educational institutions.
19:32
19:32

Uganda to Receive Trial Vaccine Against Ebola Sudan Strain MINISTRY OF HEALTH 4

The trial vaccine will be provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Sabin Vaccine Institute.
19:06
19:06

Experts Push for Financial Literacy Lessons Among Primary School Children 4

George Mutekanga, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Private Schools and Institutions said financial literacy hasn’t previously been given attention in schools and they found this to be a serious anomaly affecting what economic behaviors people carry into adulthood.
17:57
17:57

WHO Launches Campaign to Spur Action for Suicide Prevention in Africa

“Suicide is a major public health problem and every death by suicide is a tragedy. Unfortunately, suicide prevention is rarely a priority in national health programs,” said Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Director for Africa.
16:01
16:01

Court Issues Criminal Summons Against Kaweesi Murder Suspects Terrorism 1 2 Top story

The defense led by Turyamusiima asked the Court to first dispose of an application in which, the accused persons want the charges against them dismissed on grounds of torture and human rights violations.
15:39
15:39

Tears as KCCA Demolishes Tens of Structures near Busega Market 3

Following the Prime Minister's directive, vendors petitioned the office of the Lord Mayor seeking that the city authority plan for them if they were to vacate the area as directed.
14:56
14:56

Students, Staff Leaders Left Out of MAK Centenary Celebrations [email protected] 2 2 Top story

Dr. Robert Kakuru, the Chairperson of Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA), could barely find answers as to why a section of staff and students were deliberately kept away during celebrations to mark 100 years of existence.
13:28
13:28

KCCA to Reconstruct over 270km of Roads with 250m Euro UK Funding 2 3

The funding shall be channeled through the Colas UK Infrastructure contractor who will work with Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to implement the project.
11:59
11:59

We Have Never Recommended Used Cars for MDAs- Gen Katumba 4 1 Top story

Cars like Toyota Hiace commonly known as Drones or Super Custom are a common feature of clandestine security operations. The use of the used vehicles by government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies-MDAs raises eye borrows given the fact that has a policy of procuring zero mileage vehicles.
09:30
09:30

Works Ministry to Establish Unit for Bus Rapid Transport 1 4

Now speaking to Uganda Radio Network, Eng. Rogers Kisambira who heads planning for the BRT system at the Ministry of Works says the Ministry is in the processing of forming a special unit to plan and implement the BRT system.
08:20
08:20

Museveni Apology to Kenya Falls Short of Punitive Measures – Mpuuga 2 2

“By promoting his erratic and careless son, Mr. Museveni is showing no concern for the reputation of a national army, which needs insulation from erratic and dangerous behavior more so from one of its top officers. The behavior of Gen. Muhoozi, which is no secret to many Ugandans should offer a sobering reflection as to what is required to promote men in uniform beyond blood relations,” further reads Mpuuga’s statement.
07:22
07:22

Lawyers Want Kisaakye, Chief Justice to Settle Grievances Outside Court Dr Esther Kisaakye 1 3 Top story

“Justice Kisaakye has now become a victim of the bullshit protocol. When they partook in sentencing Ivan Sebaduka and violating his rights no one spoke up, now when it’s a Supreme Court Judge suddenly it gathers all this attention. As Ugandans our Supreme Court /courts lost value a long time ago,” said Atabua.
19:24
19:24

MPs Task Government on Food Policy 3

The MPs also want the government to ensure continuous food relief to hunger-stricken areas, saying that the drought spells and natural disasters such as those experienced in Karamoja, Kasese, and Mbale have had a great impact on the livelihood of many families.
19:14
19:14

Nine Students Remanded After Protests in Support of EU Resolution on EACOP Common Nuisance 1

The nine were arrested during protests held in Kampala on Tuesday to support a resolution recently passed by the European Union Parliament to delay the East African oil Pipeline over reports of human rights violations and environmental concerns.
19:12
19:12

IPOD Faces Uncertanity After Snub by NUP, FDC 1 4

NUP, the largest opposition Political Party in Parliament has declined to join saying the platform is merely a hunting ground for NRM from the opposition but without results to the benefit of Ugandans. Last month, FDC announced that they will not sign the new MoU.
18:49
18:49

Uganda Cranes Defender Jajja Walu Retires from Professional Football 1

He made his senior National team debut in 2009 and has been a strong pillar of the national team where he completed 105 appearances in the Uganda Cranes jersey. Walusimbi was part of the historical squad that played in the 2017 African Cup of Nations after breaking a 39-year-old jinx.
17:49
17:49

Union Leaders, Educationists Call for Unity Among Teachers 1 4

According to Baguma, UNATU does not want to see teachers divided, the reason it pushes for the welfare of all teachers regardless of the education level or subject they teach.
17:29
17:29

Jamil Mukulu Petitions Court to Stop Trial Terrorism 2 2 Top story

Mukulu and his co-accused through their lawyer Turyamusiima want the Court to discharge them and order the respondents to facilitate or pay for their treatment and rehabilitation at the African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture victims or any other similar facility.
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