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19:18
19:18

Govt Fails to Block ID Project Debate amama mbabazi

Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, who is the leader of government business, had wanted the report debated three days after its presentation in accordance with the rules and procedures of parliament.
18:17
18:17

BoU: Uganda's Trade Deficit Stands at US$2.4 Billion balance of trade

Uganda is continuing to post an annual balance of trade deficit of about 2.4 billion dollars. According to Dr Adam Mugume, the executive director research at Bank of Uganda, the 2.4 billion-dollar deficit is out of the monthly deficit of about 200 million dollars in its external trading.
17:27
17:27

Red Cross Threatens to Pull Out of Nodding Disease-hit Districts 2

The Uganda Red Cross Society has threatened to suspend its operations in the districts affected by nodding disease, where it has been battling the syndrome since last year.
17:10
17:10

4GC Annouces Come Back 1

They cite the immense and enormous maladministration, corruption, nepotism, political and economic injustices among other issues.
16:48
16:48

Uganda Improves in Latest FIFA Rankings uganda cranes

Uganda is now ranked 85th in the whole world with 409 points, after climbing 9 places from the 93rd position last month. The improvement was partly based on the Cranes’ 4-0 humiliating victory over Congo Brazzaville and the 1-all draw against Senegal among others.
15:55
15:55

Judge Refuses to Disqualify Self from Kabakumba Election Case kabakumba matsiko

Court of Appeal Judge Steven Kavuma has refused to disqualify himself from a three-man panel hearing an election appeal challenging the victory of Bujenje County MP Kabakumba Masiko.
12:45
12:45

KCCA to Enforce Installation of Lightning Conductors in Schools lightning strikes 1

Ann Galiwango, the KCCA director for education told Uganda Radio Network that the authority plans to spend 200 million shillings for the installation of the conductors in all the government aided schools in the city.
10:48
10:48

KCCA Closes St James Primary School Over Flooding test

She says that St James Primary school will remain closed until 2013 after the expansion of the Lubigi– Nsooba drainage channel which is expected to reduce on flooding in Bwaise.
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