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19:31
19:31

NEMA Proposes Heavy Fines, Jail Sentence for Air Pollution Offences 1 2

The draft regulations include emission limits for industrial sources, cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other mobile sources, layout odor standards and requirements for indoor air, and address worker protection. They also establish a permit and compliance program for industrial sources and associated fees.
17:14
17:14

Security Brutality Against Journalists, Fake News Shape Discussion on Press Freedom Day 3 4

The Ag. Chairperson of the Uganda Human Rights Commission-UHRC Dr. Katebalirwe Amooti Wa Irumba, said that the status of press freedom in the country has generally improved but noted that during the 2021 electoral period and the COVID 19 lockdown, press freedom was challenged.
14:42
14:42

Kaziimba Unveils House Project for Archbishop Wani’s Family 2 2

Archbishop Kazimba commended the Administration of Madi W. Nile Diocese for the ongoing works which he said is funded by friends of the Church of Uganda Bishops as part of the activities to mark 60 years of the existence of Church of Uganda.
14:38
14:38

Public Trust in Radio, Television Content Remains Consistent – Report 3 1

Aidan Eyakuze, the Executive Director Twaweza East Africa tasked media institutions to continue working towards building public trust by avoiding partisanship. He said that trust remains a big challenge affecting the media and it has implications on the economic viability of the industry
12:11
12:11

Human Rights Committee Fails to Meet Museveni over Election Violence Elections 1

The probe team led by Vice-chairperson of the Committee Agnes Taaka Wejulu interacted with former Presidential candidates including, Democratic Party’s Norbert Mao , Alliance for National Transformation (ANT)’s Mugisha Muntu, and Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat Oboi.
11:38
11:38

UWA Blocks 3000 Cows From Grazing in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary pasture 4 1

Josephine Naiga, a resident of Kikoba village in Nakitoma, says that she has been grazing and watering about 40 cows in the sanctuary. She says that since Nakasongola is a dry area, the availability of free pasture and water for their animals was a great relief to pastoralists.
10:20
10:20

Foundation for Human Rights Initiative Investigates Attack on Journalists in Wakiso wakiso district 6

John Bosco Tembo, a research associate at the Foundation of Human Rights Initiative recently met the assaulted victims to document their ordeal. According to Tembo, they intervened to help the affected journalists to get justice.
06:42
06:42

Lugazi Municipality Halts Relocation of Vendors to New Market 3 1

Christopher Batte, the Lugazi Vendor’s Association chairperson, says that they were surprised to see the allocation process kicking off with the entire ground floor almost occupied.
May 2021 8 results