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20:46
20:46

Bobby Not Moved as Cranes Advance to Cecafa Quarters south sudan

Uganda Cranes tactician Bobby Williamson says he is not taken up by his teams’ qualification for the quarter finals on Tuesday after beating Ethiopia 1-0 in their second match of the 2012 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup.
18:45
18:45

South Sudan Out of Cecafa Challenge Cup uganda cranes

Cecafa new comers South Sudan have become the first country to bow out of the on-going Senior Challenge Cup in Kampala after being beaten 2-0 by Kenya’s Harambee Stars on Tuesday.
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18:40

Police Takes Ghost Pensioners Suspects To Public Service For Search uganda police force

Police have today taken the Ministry of Public Officers who are accused of embezzling 169billion shillings of the pension money to the Ministry of Public Service in Wandegeya for another search.
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18:39

Night Campaigns Banned in Kamuli thomas kategere 1

Samson Lubege, the south eastern regional police spokesman sdays that any candidates or their agents found campaigning at night will be arrested. .
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18:32

State Loses Interest in Bwindi Massacre Case bwindi march 1999

Jean Paul Bizimana, a Rwandan national, was convicted for killing 8 foreign tourists and their Ugandan guide in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in 1999.
18:29
18:29

Violence against Women linked to an increased risk for HIV infections gender activism 3

Tina Musuya says that for instance, the Uganda Police Annual Crime Report of 2011 records over 463 cases of rape, 7542 cases of defilement and 9343 cases of Domestic Violence were reported.
18:17
18:17

Chaos as MPs Protest Over Oil Bill oil debate 1

Odonga Otto, the Aruu County MP asked the rationale behind changing a clause that will affect the whole bill after all the efforts they have put in to get the bill where it is.
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18:05

MPs Clash Over OPM Investigations opm prdp scandal 4

Members of Parliament on the Public Accounts Committee on Tuesday clashed over the ongoing investigations into the disappearance of funds in Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).
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18:00

Tororo Man Threatens to Eat Live Rats Again Over New District gerald omaset 3

A man in Tororo who in 2005 ate a live rat demanding for a creation of two new districts has threatened to do it again in renewal of his quest for the same.
17:29
17:29

CECAFA Chief: Low Turn Up Worrying nicholas musonye

But to his surprise only a few fans showed up at the stadium.
17:06
17:06

Hit-and-Run Bus Kills Two

Two people have been knocked dead and one has sustained serious injuries in a road accident that occurred along Masaka- Mbarara highway involving a bus and a boda boda (motorcycle).
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16:55

Construction of Barlonyo Vocational Institute stalls over Funds 2

It is alleged that Lira district diverted 100 million shillings from the project.
15:58
15:58

M23 Rebels Set Conditions for Goma Withdrawal

Bishop Runiga read out the conditions of the rebel forces at the press conference in Goma town this afternoon.
15:31
15:31

Grasshopper Hunters Become Targets For Criminals

According to authorities, criminals have made grasshopper harvesting joints a target for their activities since they attract all sorts of people. Nkotanyi Vicente, the Kiboga town council district councillor, says that women are being raped, young girls defiled and people’s homes broken into.
15:26
15:26

Makerere University Researchers Hunt For Sleeping Sickness Vaccine neglected disease 2

Researchers at Makerere University are using computer generated genes and proteins to develop a potential vaccine to combat sleeping sickness in both humans and livestock.
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15:12

Row Erupts between UNATU and Two Financial Institutions Over Loans 3

Some of the teachers also accuse the financial institutions of deducting their money yet they don’t have any loans.
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14:57

OPM Officials Fail to Account for UGX 2bn Cash Advance to Staff 3

The auditor general’s report only provides accountability and a list of names of people who received 34.2 billion shillings.
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13:05

Ebola Survivor: Medic Shunned For Risking His Life To Save Others marburg virus 2

Despite surviving the disease, Madira says it exposed him and his family to the worst stigma socially. The 43 year old remembers an incident where residents in Kagadi town ran away from him as he went to buy food for the patients. His little son was also chased away from the neighbour’s home simply because the father was known to be treating Ebola patients.
12:25
12:25

M23 Rebels 'Agree to Pull Out of Goma'

M23 rebels have agreed to pull out of Goma, the regional eastern Democratic Republic of Congo city they captured from the government forces a week ago.
11:48
11:48

Five Family Members Held for Alleged Murder land dispute

David Namulunyu, the Officer in charge of Busolwe police says that they have picked up five members from his family in connection to the murder.
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