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15:50
15:50

Body of Drowned Student in Kwania Recovered, Family Demands Compensation 2 3

Odur’s body was retrieved by residents and police from the dam in Olami A cell, Aduku Town Council in Kwania district on Sunday.
11:36
11:36

Arua Vendors Demand Training on Use of Utilities Ahead of Commissioning of UGX 24B Market 2 4

The 24 Billion Shillings market was constructed under African Development Bank funding through the Market and Agricultural Trade Improvement Program-MATIP II.
10:54
10:54

FPU Destroys 1,000 illegal Fishing Nets in Mayuge area 2 2

The illegal nets comprised 1,044 beach seines and 88 monofilament nets which they say have been depleting the lake of all its’ fish species.
09:52
09:52

Bush Fires Costing Electricity Cooperative Society Millions in Electric Pole Maintenance 1 2 Top story

The PACMECs General Manager Isaac Odong says since the onset of the dry season in October last year the wild bushfires fires have caused unprecedented damage to electricity infrastructure, mainly electric poles and transmission wires.
22:52
22:52

EAC Presidents Allow Individual States to Negotiate EU Trade Deal

At the just ended virtually-held 21st Heads of State Summit, the leaders agreed to let those that wish, to go on and engage the EU on how to move forward without the others, under the "Variable Geometry" principle. Under this, some countries in a bloc are allowed integrate at different levels and pace, depending on the situation in the respective country.
17:32
17:32

Repeated Katosi Water Works Irks Mukono Town Traders 2 1

Joseph Tayebwa, the owner of Bilal Restaurant says they are yet to suspend work until works are completed. He notes that they adhered to the plan of construction works last year but they have been surprised again to see the contractor removing pipes and relaying them again.
16:51
16:51

Brokers Lose Deals as Property Owners Prefer Self-Marketing 1 5

He advises that since Gulu has become a city, presenting numerous real estate prospects, there is need for the brokers to organize themselves and come up with figures that show their true worth.
11:22
11:22

Pictorial: Pedestrians, Motorists Compete for Space on Non-Motorised Transport Corridor Top story

The Non-Motorized Transport Corridor-NMT, which is the first of its kind in Kampala and funded by the government is meant to reduce congestion by giving leeway to pedestrians and cyclists.
11:12
11:12

Taxi Operators Protest Delayed Completion of Old Taxi Park 1 4

Last year, Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA started reconstruction works at the Park promising to complete it in three months. However, nine months after, construction works are still going on.
10:08
10:08

Residents Decry Appalling State of Busia-Tororo Road 1 4

The road is dusty and filled with potholes affecting business and traffic flow.
08:50
08:50

Operations of East African Monetary Institute to Start in July EAC

It is anticipated that the Monetary Union, the third pillar in the EAC Integration, will be in place in 2024 with the introduction of a common currency and the establishment of a regional central bank.
08:38
08:38

Kyagulanyi's "Armoured" Vehicle Was Under-Declared- URA

URA says the details of the car were misrepresented and consequently, the car was under-valued.
08:23
08:23

Uganda-Rwanda Border Standoff Missing on EAC Summit Agenda Trade

Uganda was exporting goods worth shs 220 million to Rwanda before the border closure, and this has gone down by almost 90%.
19:48
19:48

IG Builds System to Trace Wealth of Leaders from URA, URSB, NIRA Corruption

“With the IG-ODS, a leader is not able to submit incomplete information and thus the system has solved the problem of incomplete declarations, which also eases verification,” says Anet Twine, the Director Leadership Code. The agency has now launched what they call ‘IG-ODS Phase II’, which will help access the data in other government agencies, which will make it easy to verify data submitted by a leader through comparison.
19:48
19:48

Smart Ride Struggles to Establish Itself in Gulu City 2

Smart Ride requires a passenger or client to request transport services through a mobile application that can only be installed on a smartphone. It was launched in May 2020, with the hope that within three months, it would be well established, according to Michael Ebong, the founder of the transport service.
16:29
16:29

BOU, Bankers Association Defend Charges on School Fees Bank of Uganda

Dr Adam Mugume, the Executive Director for Research Bank of Uganda says that banks incur expenditures to offer services and there is a justification for users of these bank services to contribute to the running costs.
14:17
14:17

Lira Residents Get Titled Houses for UGX 25M Lira City East 2 5

A housing block for four families has four units each with a single bed-room, self-contained with a sitting room and a kitchen, complete with a beautiful compound and back yard garden, going for 25 million shillings.
11:27
11:27

Mukono Residents Protest Delayed Compensation By SGR 1 2

The residents from the villages of Kigombya and Kiwugo argue that, ever since SGR officials earmarked their property for compensation in 2016, they are yet to be compensated.
10:38
10:38

Gov't Planning to Increase Monthly Stipend for Elders SAGE 1 2

During her monitoring visit to Katakwi District on Thursday, Kanyike said the ministry’s technical team is developing a cabinet paper to be discussed in the cabinet on how to reduce the age of beneficiaries.
08:04
08:04

Taxi Drivers Shun Usafi Park, Continue Operating on Streets 4 2

KCCA had directed all taxis plying the Entebbe route to relocate from the Old taxi park to Usafi park, a directive which affected several stages, among them Kajjansi, Zana, Namasuba, Kasenyi, Ndeeba- Sembuule, Kibuye Queens-Way and Ndejje. Also in the same park were taxis to Makindye, Salaama-Munyonyo and Nsambya routes.
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