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Sep 2012 12 results
17:41
17:41

NFA Reacts To Bunyoro Kingdom's Decision To Impound Illegal Timber

A decision by Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom to begin impounding illegal timber in the region has been rebuked by National Forestry Authority as unlawful. NFA Kisindi sector Manager Robert Owinyi says that the mandate to impound timber and other illegal forestry produce only lies with them and the district forestry services.
17:21
17:21

Naguru-Nakawa Estate Developer a Fake - Evictee

Patrick Barigo, the leader of the evicted tenants of Naguru-Nakawa estate, says the reality is dawning that the much-hyped satellite city was a smokescreen.
17:05
17:05

Ugandans to Get New Vaccines in Two Years measles 3

Ordinary Ugandans will have to wait for April 2013 to access vaccine for Pneumococcal, a virus that causes pneumonia, meningitis and noninvasive disease like acute otitis media.
15:09
15:09

6 Rwandan Asylum Seekers Remanded For Illegal Entry rwandan refugees

Six Rwandan nationals, who were picked up from different locations in Kampala and transported to Kabale, were on Friday charged with entering the country illegally and remanded to Ndorwa government prison.
13:47
13:47

HIV-positive Women in Masaka Accuse Husbands of Harassment condom use

HIV-positive women in Masaka district are complaining of harassment by their husbands, a serious threat that may lead them to acquire drug-resistant HIV strains. A recent study says the prevalence of drug-resistant HIV strains in Uganda has risen from 8.6 percent to 12 percent in the last five years.
12:54
12:54

Luweero Drivers Protest Award of Park Tender To LC Chairman taxi park

More than 70 drivers of Zirobwe Taxi Park in Luweero district have protested a decision to award of the park tender to the area Local Council chairman.
11:58
11:58

Kasese Farmers Yet to Access Land 3 Months After Winning Court Case justice owiny dollo

Up to 290 farmers in Kasese are yet to access a disputed piece of land in Bukonzo West County, more than three months after winning a court case against government.
11:03
11:03

Vendors Complain of Darkness At The New Hoima Market Site market vendors

The market was in October last year moved to the Boma to pave way for reconstruction and modernization of the original site in the heart of Hoima town. But ever since, the market’s current site has never seen electricity.
10:16
10:16

Making Way for the Oil Refinery: A Family on the Move Again hoima 3

When Benon Ruzongoza made the decision to buy land and establish himself in Nyamasoga village, Kabaale parish, Buseruka sub-county in Hoima district, he had never heard of such a thing as an oil refinery. In fact, he had never heard that Bunyoro region is rich in oil and gas.
09:37
09:37

20 Families To Be Relocated as Ibanda Hills Develop Cracks

Over 20 families living adjacent to Ibanda hills in Ibanda district have been ordered to vacate immediately after the area developed huge cracks due to human activity.
08:30
08:30

Six Injured in Bugiri Accident road accidents

Six people sustained serious injuries on Friday night after a passenger taxi they were traveling overturned at Namasere trading centre, ten kilometers on the Bugiri-Busia highway.
08:20
08:20

Newborn Babies at Risk of Death Due to Poor Transport Means infant mortality 3

Doctors and primary health care givers need to be sensitized about neonatal transport if Uganda’s newborns are to be saved from death. Dr John Ssekabira, a Paediatric surgeon at Mulago hospital, notes that neonatal transport in Uganda remains hazardous because of the shortage of human and material resources.
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