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20:27

ICC President Begins Uganda Visit war crimes 1 1

The judge will meet thousands of LRA victims now receiving assistance from the Trust Fund For Victims.The fund which is an independent arm of the International Criminal Court offers interim support to victims whose issues can not wait until reparations are ordered by court.
18:11
18:11

Anglican Church Leaders Move to Review Theological Education 1

Anglican Church leaders under the Global Anglican Future Conference GAFCON are meeting in Uganda to explore ways of strengthening theological education as the church continues to face challenges.
17:31
17:31

Leaders Oppose Lining Up For Local Council Elections electoral commision 3

Local leaders in Kabarole district have opposed queuing up behind candidates while voting village chairpersons and executives in the upcoming elections.
15:57
15:57

NRM to Hold Fresh Primaries for Kamuli By-Election election 2016 1 1

The National Resistance Movement NRM party says it will hold fresh primary elections for Kamuli Municipality parliamentary seat. The seat fell vacant on February 14th after the Court of Appeal nullified the election of Rehema Watongola over the authenticity of her academic documents.
15:26
15:26

High Standards Limit Local Participation in Oil & Gas total uganda 1 2 Top story

Local businesses are yet to provide supplies to the oil and gas sector as the country prepares to start production in 2020. Patrick Kabahanga Mbonye, the Managing Director Q-Sourcing Limited, says many of the manufacturers need to adjust or fine-tune their production lines to suit required standards or lose out on the new opportunities.
14:28
14:28

Govt to Recruit 3,700 Community Health Workers 3

The Health Ministry will in the financial year 2017/2018 recruit 3,715 Community Health Workers CHWs, Prof. Anthony Mbonye, the Director General of Health Services has said. Mbonye, the community health workers will replace Village Health Teams VHTs in health service provision in communities.
14:25
14:25

Two Held in Kaberamaido over Youth Livelihood Program Funds ylp funds

The suspects are John Peter Edilu, 25, a member of Olumai youth piggery project and William Egwanyu, 28, the group chairperson. Its reported that the youth received a total of five million Shillings to finance the purchase of 10 piglets but reportedly shared it amongst themselves.
14:12
14:12

Senono, Wanagalya Defeat Egyptian Players edwin ekiring 1

Two Ugandan up-coming players were in good form on Friday morning defeating Egyptian players in the first round of the mens singles at the on-going 2017 Uganda International Badminton Open Championship.
14:07
14:07

State of Lukaya Military Airfield Appalling lukaya town council 2 2

At least 200 acres of land at the airfield has been taken over by Lukaya Town Council and allocated to private individuals. About 80 acres of these host Lukaya Health centre III, a market, a primary school and a football pitch popularly known as Bulakati playground. Part of the land also hosts a graveyard.
13:41
13:41

42 'M23 Rebels' Arrested in Kisoro

Forty two men believed to be members of the M23 rebel group have been arrested in Kisoro district amidst reports that fighting has resumed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo DRC.
13:13
13:13

Police Probes Death of Inmate at Kanungu Prison suspected poisoning 1

The deceased is identified as, Enos Maniriho 21, a resident of Kyabuyorwa upper in Butogota town council, Kanungu district. He is one of nine suspects arrested by police last year for conniving with nationals of the Democratic Republic of Congo to kidnap people and demand ransom from their relatives.
12:15
12:15

Only 30% Village Health Teams Trained - Survey amref health africa 1 3

Only 30 percent of Village Health Teams-VHTs members are trained to manage patients in communities. Uganda adopted the VHT strategy in 2001 as a bridge in health service delivery between community and health facilities. Prof. Anthony Mbonye, the Director General Health Services, notes that the training gap has been caused by lack of funding.
11:59
11:59

Banks Start Reducing Lending Rates bank of uganda 1 Top story

A number of commercial banks have announced reductions in lending rates following Bank of Ugandas recent cut in its benchmark lending rate. Banks that have announced reductions in lending rates are Housing Finance Bank, United Bank of Africa, Diamond Trust Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, GT Bank, Tropical Bank, and ABC Capital Bank.
11:27
11:27

Busoga Hospitals Receive Medical Supplies Worth UGX155 Million 1

Busoga sub region records over 200 premature births out of 1,000 deliveries registered monthly, according to figures released by the Ministry of Health last year.
11:13
11:13

Teacher Held for Defiling Own Pupil arrest

Police in Mitooma district have arrested a teacher attached to Nyakahita Primary school in Mutaara Sub County for alleged defilement. John Bosco Arinaitwe was picked up this week after primary seven leaver at Nyakahita primary school reported to police that she was carrying his child. The victim is aged 14 years.
10:50
10:50

I Didn't Appoint New Ministers - Bunyoro King forged signature 4 1

The Omukama of Bunyoro Solomon Gafabusa Iguru has distanced himself from a cabinet reshuffle that was announced in a letter purportedly signed by him early this week.
09:49
09:49

Chinese Company Slated For Kingfisher oil FEED Study cnooc uganda 1

Uganda Radio Network has learnt that ten engineering firms submitted bids for the Kingfisher Front-End Engineering Design FEED. The selection of the winning bidders was reportedly handled by Ugandas parent company China National Offshore Oil Corporation CNOOC.
08:03
08:03

Demarcation of Wetlands Starts In Kabarole godfrey ruyonga 1

Kabarole district and the Ministry of Water and Environment have embarked on boundary demarcation of wetlands in the district. The move is aimed at conserving the wetlands which are fast disappearing due to encroachment.
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07:55

I Don't Have Powers to Interdict Justice Kavuma-Katureebe 1 2

This statement came after a whistle blower from the Court of Appeal circuit, petitioned the Chief Justice to Interdict Justice Kavuma in order to save the image of the court which he has allegedly tainted through radical decisions and superfluous injunctions he has issued over the years.
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