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18:41
18:41

Charles Rwomushana: Ugandans Need Conversation on Future electoral violence 3

According to Rwomushana, government should be willing to have a debate, because in his opinion, they are more vulnerable should the situation spiral out of control.
16:35
16:35

Youth Activists, US Embassy to Preach Peace Ahead Of Elections youths 3 1

Cyrus Kawalya, the President Young African Leaders Initiative YALI says they decided to start the campaign to counter acts of electoral violence involving youth militias in the recent past.
16:08
16:08

Parliamentary Journalists Go to Court Over Fresh Guidelines parliament letter 3 1 Top story

According to Rwakafuzi, parliament is a public place, where everyone has a right to comment on what transpires there, be it a journalist or rumormonger.
13:07
13:07

UCC Cracks Down on 39 Radio Stations

Under the UCC Act, radio stations pay between one million Shillings and three million Shillings depending on their location.
11:39
11:39

Uganda Apply To host ICC Women\'s Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers cricket 1

The Uganda Cricket Association UCA has applied to host the qualifiers for the 2018 ICC Women Cricket World Cup qualifiers in March.
09:57
09:57

Youths Cautioned Against Election Violence 2

Kyateka says it is unfortunate that some youths are being used by politicians to sabotage their opponents rallies.
08:00
08:00

Charles Rwomushana Talks About His Detention Ordeal christopher aine 1 5 Top story

Speaking exclusively to Uganda Radio Network, Rwomushana said the issue of sectarianism never arose during his incarceration, insisting that the focus was on issues around the disappearance of Aine.
07:14
07:14

Editors Criticise Parliament Attempt to Eject Journalists Without Degrees press freedom 2 1 Top story

Dr. George Lugalambi, a media consult accused parliament of overstepping its mandate by trying to impose restrictions on journalists covering the house.
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