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18:50
18:50

KCCA Defeats Arua Hill FC 1-0 at Barifa Stadium 4 2

KCCA FC secured victory in the 37th minute of the first half after Davis Kasirye headed a simple pass into the net.
18:46
18:46

UDB Offers Simpler Credit Terms for Women Entrepreneurs 5

UDB Managing Director, Patricia Ojangole says they have created unsecured loan products based on the fact women have been proved to be better at debt repayment than men, and that there is need to take advantage of this.
18:35
18:35

Mother Enrolls Children into Bricklaying to Beat Lockdown Hardships MInistry of Health 1 2

Madrine Namulema joined a local association of clay bricklayers in the area and gradually, she also introduced her four children aged between seven to 13 years to the same work, from which they earned reasonable income for a period of over one year now.
18:35
18:35

Prime Minister Pleads with Doctors to Call Off Strike 3

Herbert Luswata the Secretary-General of Uganda Medical Associations (UMA) said that they are determined to continue the strike.
18:24
18:24

Over Half of Uganda's Women Abused by Sexual Partners 2

Reports indicate that 51% of women in Uganda have been abused by an intimate partner in their life meaning that more than half of the women in Uganda have been victims of GBV. The global rate of physical and sexual abuse is lower at 1 in 3 women abused in a lifetime.
17:52
17:52

Trade Committee Wants all Energy Drinks Tested for Adulteration Health drinks 1

'We shall then compare the findings of NDA, UNBS and those of an independent laboratory and if the results are varying then we are going to be in trouble. So you cannot change these results. Go and do the exact thing and give us exact results!” - Committee Chairman Mwine Mpaka.
17:46
17:46

Police Temporarily Halts Mosac Rally Over Non Compliance area

Dozens of police personnel sealed off Jinja Shell Petrol Station and directed drivers and mechanics engineers to vacate the premises, arguing that, their activities were unlawful.
17:27
17:27

Kyambogo University Security Officers Force Muslim Girls to Remove Veils 1 5

Faidat Abdulwahab, a first-year student pursuing a bachelor's degree in procurement and logistics management, says that forcing students to unveil is not only an infringement on their freedom of worship as enshrined in the constitution of Uganda but also disrespectful. She equated the act to stripping a female in public.
16:43
16:43

Man Hacks Wife to Death in Jinja resident 1

the couple used to be peaceful and a source of inspiration for many young families within the area. However, following the covid-19 lockdown in which Byakika lost his bar business and started living permanently with his wife, the two started engaging in endless fights.
16:38
16:38

Musenero Explains UGX 8m Mouse for Covid-19 Vaccine Test 1 6

The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr. Monica Musenero has defended the cost of mice that are going to aid the process of developing a Covid-19 vaccine in Uganda.
15:13
15:13

UPDF Soldier Arrested for Supplying Uniforms to Impostors 4

Arthur Nuwagaba, a Warrant Officer II attached to the finance officer in the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence-CMI, Mbuya in Kampala was arrested on Thursday.
14:32
14:32

Experts Raise Red Flag over Resistance to Anti-fungal Drugs 3

Dr. Joel Buzira a microbiologist at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) says they conducted a study at Mbarara hospital among pregnant women where they found women suffering from vaginal candidiasis were no longer responding to itraconazole and fluconazole.
14:04
14:04

Lawyers Petition Human Rights Commission over Killings of Alleged Terror Suspects 8 2

Ali Kankaka the President of Uganda Muslim Lawyers Association says security should be held accountable for the killing of suspects in their custody.
13:44
13:44

EACOP PAPs in Bunyoro Protest Delayed Compensation Government 6

Since 2018, the government has not compensated the project-affected persons yet they stopped using their land. The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) had also promised to start compensation in December 2020 or early January 2021.
13:27
13:27

Prof Balunywa Laments Makerere's Lack of Impact Despite its Enormous Resources 4 1

According to Balunywa, if there was any other university in Uganda with resources that are available to Makerere, the oldest institution in the country would be no more, thus challenging its management to look at ways of ensuring that the existence of the great institution is felt in the communities. But Yusuf Kiranda, University Secretary, blamed it on bad press.
13:00
13:00

Nile Breweries Donates 100 Million Shillings to Cheptegei Foundation athletics 1 1

Cheptegei stresses that they have since suspended construction works at the facility and instead shifted their energies in reaching out to the well wishers, who will raise both funds and technical support to ensure that the facility is constructed in comformity to world class athletics standards.
12:57
12:57

Nabilatuk RDC Directs CAO to Discipline Civil Servants over Absenteeism service delivery 3

During monitoring of government projects, Odongo was disappointed to find that the civil servants are often absent from duty while others report for work after 10: 00 am.
12:22
12:22

Uganda in Top 20 Countries Where Pollution Fuels Child Pneumonia air pollution 3

Through mobile monitoring where researchers have placed devices on boda bodas around Kampala and Wakiso districts, Nantanda says they have found areas of Rubaga, Kawempe, Bweyogerere and Namugongo to have very bad quality of air, something that badly affects sensitive groups like children and the elderly of 70 years and above. She says Namugongo has had the worst measures among those areas.
11:48
11:48

Encroachers on Railway Land in Mityana Given Three Months to Vacate 2

URC is claiming land measuring 771 acres comprised of more than 30 villages in Mityana District.
11:28
11:28

Stop Scaring Umeme on Concession, Government Cautioned 5

Hiring private companies has largely been blamed for the high cost of power and unstable supply, and for this, the public view is dominated by calls not to renew Umeme’s contract at the end of its 20 years in 2025. "Even if the contract is to be renewed, the government should leave the companies to operate in peace without threats of termination because this also scares investors away from the sector," says Ssebowa, former ERA Executive Director.
Nov 2021 28 results