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Dec 2012 23 results
18:29
18:29

Kabarole Farmer Sell Off their Entire Food Harvest food insecurity 2

David Musinguzi, a rice farmer says that he sells all his sacks of rice and is left with no food to feed his family of nine children.
18:15
18:15

DP Leaders Clash With Prison Official Over Activists uyd activists 1 1

Kabaami ordered the DP leaders and journalists to leave accusing them of criminal trespass.
18:04
18:04

Kanyeihamba Accuses MPs of Betraying Ugandans On Oil Bill petroleum bill 2012 1

Retired Supreme Court judge, Professor George Wilson Kanyeihamba has attacked Members of Parliament for passing the oil bill which he says does not favour Ugandans.
17:30
17:30

KCCA Councilors Choke on Huge Loans 1

In November 2011, KCCA recommended each of the city councilors to receive a bank loan to the tune of 100 million shillings each over their five year term.
17:28
17:28

Fort Portal Radio Stations Under Investigation for Defaming First Lady hits fm

In a letter written by Steven Mugarura, the officer in-charge Criminal Investigations Department Fort Portal police station, Better FM and Hits FM, all located in Fort Portal town, were ordered to take the recordings to the police station for investigations.
16:39
16:39

Musonye: Cecafa, EABL in Talks Over Challenge Cup Sponsorship nicholas musonye 1

Cecafa officials are in talks with East African Breweries Limited (EABL) through the Tusker brand to renew their sponsorship of the regional senior Challenge Cup. The beer company has injected 450,000 US dollars in the tournament in the last three years.
16:26
16:26

Hoima Teenager Surrenders to Police Over Murder

He is accused of his 21 year old brother Stewart Amwikiriza to death on Thrusday following a brawl at a drinking joint at Dwoli Trading center in Kitoba Sub County.
16:19
16:19

Cranes Players Get UGX1.8M Each for Cecafa Triumph mujib kasule

At a luncheon which took place at the Sejovalo Hotel, FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa rewarded the 20 players with 700 US dollars, about 1.8 million shillings each, while the amount given out to the five officials who make the technical bench including Coach Bobby Williamson was not mentioned.
16:04
16:04

Laying of Fibre Optic Cable Resumes 2

Emmanuel Oyuku, the acting Lira municipality town clerk says they have ordered the company to resume work and lay the cable inside the government reserve land.
16:00
16:00

Bunagana Border Reopened border closure 2

Business has resumed at Bunagana border post at the Uganda-DR Congo border after it was reopened today by the Ugandan authorities. The border was closed a month ago by the Uganda government at the request of their Congolese counterparts.
15:34
15:34

7-Year-Old Killed in Sand Mine sand mine accident

It is alleged that the minors were sent to excavate sand by their mother Janet Kasanyu.
15:12
15:12

Kabale Health Workers on Strike Over Pay kabale hospital 2

Health workers at Kabale regional referral hospital are on strike again over unpaid salaries. The health workers are protesting failure by government to pay their salaries for the months of August and October 2012 when 98 staff members missed out on their salaries.
14:59
14:59

NDA Impounds Fake Animal Drugs

Some of the impounded drugs include Avitraz, Triatix and Acarmic, which have not yet been approved by NDA.
13:37
13:37

Kazinda Pleads Not Guilty

Justice Wangutusi has set between January 7th and 11, 2013 as the date for hearing the case against Kazinda.
13:26
13:26

West Nile Leaders Want Museveni to Fulfill UGX11B Pledges

Leaders in West Nile have launched a fresh appeal to President Yoweri Museveni to fulfill his presidential pledge amounting to 11.8 billion shillings he made during his political rallies in the region.
12:51
12:51

TLB Throws Out 16 Drivers of KK Travelers

As a result, TLB withdrew the operational licence of the company, and ordered it to submit its drivers for vetting.
11:25
11:25

Former Moyo DPC Arrested for Receiving a Bribe bribery in police

Former Moyo district police commander Ignatius Dragudu has been arrested for allegedly receiving a bribe. Dragudu, who is being detained at Moyo central police station, was arrested on Wednesday evening after receiving a bribe of 50, 000 shillings to arrest a suspect for committing a traffic offense.
11:12
11:12

Dokolo Residents Protest Delay to Switch on Electricity

He says that the besides the delay to switch on the power major places such as government offices and schools have not yet been connected.
10:27
10:27

Guard Rails Along Masaka-Mbarara Highway Vandalized

Unknown people have started vandalizing road construction signs and rails fitted along the Masaka-Mbarara highway. This 150km road connecting the two towns has just undergone maintenance with fresh tarmac and guard rails in some stretches to prevent vehicles slipping off the road.
10:18
10:18

Moroto Health Officials: HIV/AIDS on the Rise alcoholism 1

Oumo has encouraged people in the district to take up voluntary HIV counseling and testing to contain the spread of the disease.
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