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18:32
18:32

Panic in Gulu as ARVs are Sold in Drug Shops gulu hospital 2

Health authorities in Gulu are to hold an emergency meeting over the mismanagement of post-exposure prophylaxis—PEP treatment.
18:24
18:24

Mixed Reactions as Opposition Leaders Receive Invitations for Independence Events 4

Some opposition political party leaders have expressed mixed reactions to invitations being extended to them by government to attend the 50th Independence anniversary celebrations.
18:11
18:11

Elephantiasis On The Increase In Iganga hydroceles 2

Elephantiasis infections in Iganga have more than doubled in the last five years. 70 cases have been reported in the district out of a population of 533,900 people. In the five years before the new infections, less than 10 people had been infected with Elephantiasis in Iganga district from a population of 400,000 people.
18:10
18:10

Sub County Speaker Arrested Over Theft 1

Manana was picked up by police on Monday night after he was found in possession of 5 bundles of water pipes and 3 pumps meant for connecting water supply to Buyaga town council.
17:45
17:45

MPs Want Energy Minister to Explain Karuma Controversy court injunction 1

Members on the Natural Resources Committee of Parliament have tasked the ministry of energy to explain the confusion surrounding the Karuma hydro power project.
17:34
17:34

308 Ghosts Civil Servants Unearthed in Arua 1

He says that such people are presumed to have resigned their jobs since they have absconded from work for 30 consecutive days without notifying the personnel department.
17:30
17:30

BoU Cuts Lending Rate to 13 Percent high inflation

The Bank of Uganda has reduced its benchmark lending rate from 15 percent to 13 percent. The reduction is the fifth in as many months after the Central Bank Rate (CBR) peaked at 23 percent when high inflation stood at over 30 percent.
17:12
17:12

Prime Minister Launches Skilling Uganda in Jinja ministry of gender 3

The program is aimed at unlocking the productive potential of Ugandans. Skilling Uganda will entail short courses for senior four leavers, school drop-outs and graduates, leading to the award of practical qualifications equivalent to those in formal system of education. The awarded certificates upon completion will be recognised by the Ugandan government and others.
16:41
16:41

Magic Stormers Beat A-1 Challenge In Airtel Basketball League airtel league

Former champions A-1 Challenge on Sunday evening lost 62-51 to Magic Stormers in a women’s game of the Airtel Basketball League. Magic Stormers, who made it to the play-offs last season, seem to have found their winning touch after starting the season in poor form.
16:29
16:29

Unidentified Assailants Kill Five in Masaka police patrol unit

Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Bakulu, who was found standing at the home of the murder victims, says that the deceased were found with deep cuts on their bodies indicating that they were hacked to death.
16:26
16:26

Threat Of Disease Hangs Over Kanungu Congolese Refugees Camp drc conflict 3

Esau Bahikayo, the Camp Commandant told Uganda Radio Network (URN), that by Saturday evening, they had registered 2,130 refugees at the centre but many more were still being brought in by UNHCR from the border where they report immediately after crossing from the DRC. He complained that the camp had not been adequately equipped to handle the influx.
15:34
15:34

Five Opposition Supporters Held Over W2F Protests 1

It all started after several opposition supporters mostly youths took to the streets and blocked Mbarara -Kabale highway in Ruti town.
15:19
15:19

Five More Arrested Over Death Of Manafwa Police Boss 1

Five more people have been arrested in connection to the death of a police officer at Bubuto police post in Manafwa district.
15:00
15:00

Police to KCCA: Relocate Street Carnival

The KCCA street carnival is scheduled to take place on Sunday this week as part of the 50 year independence anniversary celebrations.
14:25
14:25

Reflexology Centers Operate Secretly 2

In April 2011, the then Health Minister Dr Stephen Malinga banned reflexology services across the country accusing the operators of misleading patients and lack of professionalism.
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13:40

Youth Group Calls Off Demo Over Delayed Soroti-Tororo Road Works

Teso Youth in Action have called off a month-long peaceful demonstration over the delayed rehabilitation of Soroti- Mbale-Tororo road.
13:37
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Masindi Leaders Welcome Sexual Health Improvement Project ernest kiiza 3

Leaders in Masindi district have welcomed the Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP) introduced in the district.
12:43
12:43

Rakai Authorities Petition MPs Over Road Funds budget cuts 3

However, government only sent 1.3 out of the 2 billion shillings budgeted for the road works.
12:35
12:35

Alur King Lures Investors As His Premier Declares Renaissance alur king rauni iii

Wathum said the consequences of the Alur resistance was that the British suppressed them to the point of being docile, a characteristic not attributed to a people who used to be the most dominant and developed of all Luo and the people of West Nile. He said the British also denied Alurland land development, just like Bunyoro.
12:13
12:13

Kabale NBC Customers Cannot Withdraw Money From Bank bank of uganda

Former National Bank of Commerce (NBC) customers in Kabale are panic mode as they try and fail to access money on their accounts. Several former customers of the bank who spoke to the Uganda Radio Network revealed that although they were allowed to view their account balances, they were not allowed to withdraw any money.
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