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09:46
09:46

Junior Civil Servants Reluctant to Report Corruption Cases 3 1

During the interaction, several junior civil servants conveyed their dilemma to the IGG, emphasizing their dependence on tokens or minor favors from their superiors to complement their meager incomes.
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Resisting Kiswahili; Another Outcome of Religious Woes in Colonial Buganda higher education 3 1 Top story

Phrases like "Panda Gari," (board the car) "Kitambuliso yako iko wapi?" (where is your Identity card?)" "Funguwa Mulango" (Open the door) and "towa pesa" (bring money) remain engrained in the minds of those who experienced those difficult times.
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Kabaka Commends Prof. Lunyiigo for Changing Narrative on Mwanga Uganda 2 Top story

In a letter addressed to Lunyiigo on the occasion of his 80th birthday, Kabaka Mutebi commended him for employing exemplary historical research skills in his book titled "Mwanga II: Resistance to the Imposition of British Colonial Rule in Buganda 1884-1899". First printed in 2011, the book has over the years garnered attention for its innovative approach in challenging Eurocentric perspectives, humanizing Kabaka Mwanga II and placing him in the broader context of his time.
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Nsambya Youth Stir Souls with Passion Story Enactment on Palm Sunday Christian 3 2 Top story

Gathered in the gardens, which transformed into a makeshift theater, the youth adorned elaborate costumes reminiscent of Jesus' time, wielding props like spears for soldiers and robes for scribes and Pharisees.
14:48
14:48

Gender Ministry Reviews Family Policy Draft 5

The said draft policy seeks to protect the at-risk family unit which is crucial for the country's well-being and development. It also identifies challenges faced by the family and provides guidelines for government and stakeholders to address them.
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Phaneroo Await Guinness World Records Confirmation for Longest Applause 1 2 Top story

The event, aptly dubbed "Clap for Jesus," marked Phaneroo's 9th anniversary and if confirmed, it will add another momentous milestone to Uganda's list of records in the prestigious Guinness World Records.
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Fallen Artiste Kato Lubwama Honored At National Theatre 6 1

On Monday, art and creatives enthusiasts gathered at the theatre to honour Kato Lubwama. They commenced the day by playing classic music composed by the late artiste, setting a nostalgic and somber tone. Later, a band and dancers performed to the tunes, creating a poignant atmosphere as the casket was brought in.
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Kato Lubwama’s Body to be Honoured at the National Theatre 1 5

Musician Mesach Ssemakula, who is part of the funeral organizing committee, says that Kato's body shall be transferred to his home in Mutundwe on Friday where mourners are already convening to pray and pay their last respects. The body shall be taken to the National Theatre on Monday where the deceased shall be remembered for his contribution to the art and creative industry.
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Pictorial: Christians Across the Country Observe Way of the Cross 25 Top story

The Way of the Cross, also known as the Way of Sorrows, refers to a series of images depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion and accompanying prayers.
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One Operation After Another, Children Remain on Kampala Streets 7 1 Top story

For years now, there have been several efforts to rescue these children from the streets, rehabilitate, and resettle them.
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UPC, Bugisu Leaders Eulogize Masette Kuuya 6 1

Kuuya aged 76 who died in Kenya last week, was a former minister of rehabilitation in the Obote II administration. He also served as a Member of Parliament for Bugisu South West.
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Albert Edward Baharagate: 53 Years Of Episcopal Journey hoima diocese 7 1 Top story

Fifty-three years after being consecrated a bishop, Dr Albert Edward Baharagate Akiiki has vivid memories of the day as if it happened yesterday and wishes to relive it if there was a chance. Baharagate is the Bishop Emeritus of the Catholic Diocese of Hoima. He was one of the 12 bishops who were consecrated on August 1, 1969 by Pope Paul VI during a colourful ceremony at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds.
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Tribute to Omugave Ndugwa; The Father of Ugandan Theatre 7 1

"He was a superb playwright who authored many dramas, poetry, and songs that enlightened, educated, and amused theatregoers. He also mentored almost all the Actors who have dominated Uganda's Arts industry," veteran artiste Aloysius Matovu Joy said in tribute to Ndugwa, whom he defines as the greatest in the trade at the time.
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16:48

Alex Ndawula Defied the Rules, Touched Souls and Inspired Generations 10 1

At Naguru Hill-based Sanyu FM, the deceased, along with other notable figures such as Chris Ireland, challenged the broadcast status quo and symbolized the freeing up of the airwaves from the monopoly of state-owned Radio Uganda. Then, as new boys on the block, they offered Ugandans something different, more appealing, and exciting to consume.
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Martyrs Day: Nabbanja Bans Fanfare During Prayers 2 1 Top story

Evoking her powers as Prime Minister, Nabbanja ordered all places generating noise closed immediately to allow prayers at the two sites to go on uninterrupted. On her orders, security ordered all the people who were playing all kinds of music on the side-lines of the main event to switch their equipment.
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Stampede as Pilgrims Fight for 'Holy Water' Namugongo 1 Top story

Many pilgrims, who flock to Namugongo to celebrate Martyr’s Day fetch water from the man-made lake. They have often given testimonies that the water heals them of various ailments.
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Increased Immorality, Witchcraft Among Catholics Worries Bishop Muhiirwa event 1 2 Top story

"It is unfortunate that we, the people that the martyrs generated with blood, are buried in such vices," Muhiirwa noted while delivering his homily during the Mass held as part of the events to pay homage to the martyrs at Namugongo Shrines in Wakiso district Friday.
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Collective Management Seen as a Magic Bullet to Artistes’ Struggle for Fair Pay 5 1

Apart from administering copyrights, UPRS also collects royalties for artists through licensing agreements with music users. These licenses cover all kinds of music use, whether it is for digital, broadcast, or public performance. Royalties are then paid to members when their music work used.
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