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17:27
17:27

Electronic Vehicles On Road Hit Two Million, Says IEA. 1

China according to the report remained the largest market in 2016, accounting for more than 40 of the electric cars sold in the world.
16:55
16:55

UNATU Condemns Prof. Mukiibi lawrence mukiibi 2

The UNATU Secretary General, James Tweheyo, says it is unethical and professionally wrong for teachers to lead learners into temptation.
16:31
16:31

High Court Cancels Deal to Restock Kabarole Crater Lakes fish cage farming

The MoU was challenged by a Fort Portal based human rights organization, Twerwaheno Listeners Club and six residents in areas surrounding crater lakes. They argued that they were not consulted during negotiations between the district and the firm and that the deal would deny them an opportunity to use the lakes.
16:20
16:20

AMISOM Concludes Security Training for Somali Police Officers 1

Speaking during the closing ceremony, AMISOM Police Deputy Training Coordinator, ASP Christopher Mumo, said the training will enable Somali Police improve VIP security in the federal states.
16:14
16:14

MPs to Muhakanizi: You Are Arrogant, Abusive keith muhakanizi 6 1

Joseph Sewungu, the Kalungu West MP asked Muhakanizi to stop undermining legislators, saying they dont come to the house to make money but to legislate for the country.
15:35
15:35

Drip Irrigation Could Affect Environment- Prof Twinomugisha statehouse 3 1 Top story

Prof Twinomugisha says that the water bottle type of irrigation is not only old-fashioned but could also have far reaching environmental impacts if widely promoted.
14:38
14:38

Makerere Don Calls for Agreement on River Nile Waters egypt 1 2 Top story

Uganda and other countries that share the Nile have been trying to enforce the Cooperative Framework Agreement CFA, signed in 2010 under the Nile Basin Initiative have. The Cooperative Framework Agreement CFA once ratified by six countries will replace a series of colonial-era agreements, allowing upstream countries like Uganda to use the Nile for hydroelectric projects and irrigation. The Nile Basin Initiative would then be transformed into Nile Basin Commission.
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14:24

Six Held Over International Call Termination airtel uganda 2

Abdu Salam Waisswa, the Head of Legal Affairs Uganda Communications Commission, says the suspects are wanted for illegally terminating international calls thereby causing loses to telecoms firms.
11:50
11:50

Business Community Protest Revised Property Rates gulu

Francis Mawa, the Chairperson of Gulu Business Association, some of the business owners like Sports View Hotel and Pearl Afrique Hotel paid Shillings 400,000 in property rates last year, which has been increased to Shillings 3.5 million. According to Mawa, those who paid Shillings 200,000 have received assessment certificates asking them to pay Shillings 1.3 million.
11:38
11:38

High Court Decision Voted Best Ruling on Women's and Girls' Rights

Gender Justice Uncovered Awards, recognize the worlds best and worst court rulings on gender issues. The Awards are an initiative by Womens Link Worldwide that allows people all over the world to monitor the courts and denounce rulings that discriminate against women and girls
10:59
10:59

Examination System Needs Overhauling ubteb 2

Stakeholders in education sector notes that the current examination system hardly asses the real worth and intelligence of the candidate.
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10:00

Anger As Bwizibwera Town Board Moves to Evict Roadside Vendors councillors 2 1

Peterson Kakuru Rweyoreka, the Rwanyamahembe Sub county LC 3 Chairperson, says the decision to move the roadside vendors is aimed at ensuring proper sanitation and security in the area. Kakuru says they have tried to sensitise the vendors on best practices in vain.
07:55
07:55

Strange Disease Kills Goats, Sheep in Rubanda rubanda district 7 1

Kenneth Jogo Biryabarema, the Rubanda District Chairperson, says they are aware of the strange disease. Biryabarema says they have tasked the veterinary department to go on ground and investigate the problem.
07:43
07:43

MAK Academic Registrar, Convocation Chairman Sued tanga odoi 2 2

Etuusa accuses them of blocking a court order reinstating her to office, where she had earlier been suspended for gross misconduct and abuse of office pending disciplinary action.
07:18
07:18

Museveni Promises 22 Irrigation Schemes in Nation Address agriculture 1 1

According to Museveni, government has already completed designs for six irrigation schemes including Mobuku II, Doho II, Wadelai, Tochi, Rwengaju and Ngenge.
07:01
07:01

Mixed Reactions to State of the Nation Address oil in uganda 6

Reverend Canon Aaron Musingye, the Director Religious Affairs in the Office of the President, says the president was very silent on some issues. According to Musingye, he is expected the president to speak on morality.
06:38
06:38

Coffee Farmers Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands– Nucafe nucafe uganda 3 1

Nkandu says frustrated with governments half-hearted actions and inactions in the coffee sector, NUCAFE decide to take matters their own hands and conducted a comprehensive analysis of the sector.
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