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Jan 2014 26 results
18:06
18:06

Briton to be Deported over Homosexuality- Court Orders

His deportation comes at the time when Parliament has just passed the Anti Homosexuality Bill into an Act. The Act, criminalizing, outlawing and providing harsh jail terms for same sex relationships in the country is now awaiting presidential assent to become operational.
17:58
17:58

Police Stuck With 5 Special Needs Children epilepsy 2

Adongkare says the children deserted their families and opted to live on the streets without proper shelter and medical treatment.
17:32
17:32

Jinja Households using Insulated Wonder Bags to Save Cooking Costs cooking bags 2 2

The bag is a non-electric heat retention cooker which allows food that has been brought to the boil over a heat source to continue cooking for up to 12 hours after removal from the heat source.
17:25
17:25

Mbidde Warns factions Could Destroy EAC 2

Mbidde says that the principle only allows some partner states to start implementing the projects agreed upon by all the members of the community, but not start on the projects that have not been discussed by all members.
17:01
17:01

Heavy Fuel Electricity Could Return In 2014 As Demand Hits 12% hydropower 3 1

Last week ERA announced an adjustment in electricity tariffs but also revealed that government expects to spend at least Shs59.6bn in 2014 on heavy fuel oil plants located in both in Tororo and Namanve. The plants have an installed capacity of 100MW but generate electricity at a much higher price than hydro-electric plants – Bujagali, Kira and Nalubaale.
16:35
16:35

Ugx 10B Livestock Compensation Excites War victims lra 1

He says a cow is a valued at 600,000 shillings while a goat and sheep are valued at Ugx 150,000.
16:34
16:34

10, 000 Pensioners to Miss January Pension Payments ministry of finance 2 Top story

The ministry of Finance wants Public Service to move from the usual Pension Management Information System (PMIS) to the Integrated Finance management System (IFMS). The Ministry is however having conformity challenges with the latter because athough the Pension Management Information System (PMIS) would record as many people with similar names, the Integrated Finance management System IFMS records people with the same name as a double entry.
16:16
16:16

Water Minister Survives Lynching in Mbale

It all started after Munaba led a team of officials from the Japanese International Cooperation Agency-JICA and local leaders from Mbale district to launch the Namatala Wetlands Systems Management plan.
16:05
16:05

Woman Asks UWA for UGX 40m over Baboon Attack animal attacks 1

Perpetua Aziru, a resident of Celebe B village in Arua was attacked by a group of 13 baboons in November last year while harvesting millet from her garden. She sustained multiple fractures and reported the matter to Arua police station. Aziru instituted a civil suit against UWA demanding for UGX 40 as compensation for damages and costs incurred in the process.
15:49
15:49

MPs in Fresh Petitions to ULS, Speaker over Nyombi Conduct opposition mps 1

The Petitioners want the law society to invoke it’s rules and suspend indefinitely the Attorney General Peter Nyombi for undermining and persistently harassing Justice Yasin Nyanzi. They also want parliament to constitute an ad hoc committee to investigate the conduct of Peter Nyombi and to withdraw its confidence in him if found culpable.
15:18
15:18

High Commissioner Cautions Ugandans living In South Africa fufa 1

He said although the Uganda Cranes had failed to qualify for the quarter finals of the on-going Africa Nations Championship, they had represented the country well and held the Ugandan flag high.
15:01
15:01

Former South Sudan Labourer Arrested With Pistol illegal firearms 3 2

He says after robbing the money, Ssaka who returned from Bor in South Sudan also attempted to rob motorcycle number UDK 351G from Peter Kakonyi and John Kabanda.
14:54
14:54

2 Arrested for Robbing Petrol Station Manager in Masaka 2

They are reported to have grabbed Nakalyango from a motor cycle, assaulted her and grabbed the bag containing the money before driving away. Nakalyango was left lying unconsciousness under a mango tree while the boda boda cyclist was bashed and dumped in the nearby bush.
14:22
14:22

Cranes CHAN Team Fly Back Home Tonight government 1 1

As the Cranes travel back home, two last Group games of the tournament take place today with Mauritania facing Gabon, while CECAFA representatives Burundi have a chance to qualify for the quarters when they battle DR Congo.
13:19
13:19

Court of Appeal Upholds Ramathan Magara Sentence bulange shooting 1

The judges observed that the fact that Magara signed for 30 live ammunitions from the armory at Old Kampala Police Station but only had 16 live ammunitions upon his arrest, and failed to account for the missing 14, whose cartridges were found at the scene of crime was evidence enough to prove that he is the one who killed the two victims of his rage.
12:45
12:45

Kigezi Diocese Case Hearing Flops 2

High court in Kabale presided over by Justice Michael Elubu was today scheduled to hear the case filed by three parishioners Leonard Tumwesigye, Godfrey Binaisa and Cyrus Kyomukama challenging the procedure through which Rev. George Bagamuhunda was elected as Bishop.
12:30
12:30

10 Held in Connection to the Murder of Mbarara Special Hire Driver 1

They are wanted in connection with the murder of Dauda Kabogoza, a former special high driver in Mbarara town and resident of Kakanzo in Sheema district.
12:00
12:00

Financial Crisis Cripples Lwengo district Operations 4 1

But Mutabaazi says they have received less than a quarter of their budget estimate despite the fact that they are in the third quarter of the financial year.
11:55
11:55

Lango Mps meet Museveni over Unfulfilled Pledges

Notably among them is the proposed establishment of an Airfield in the region, upgrading Lira-Aduku –Apac to Masindi port highway to Tarmac, Construction of Akii-Bua International Stadium, and Building modern houses for clan heads among others
11:25
11:25

Unidentified Gunmen Kill three in Kanungu test

The deceased have been identified as Moses Byaruhanga, Deveano Bandebabaho and Nathan Mugabi, all residents of Kabingo village.
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