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19:55
19:55

2017 Likely to Be Third Warmest Year On Record -WMO paris agreement 1 1

The WMO report suggests this year will be the second or third warmest in a record stretching back to 1850.
19:45
19:45

Minister Otafiire Responds to Bishop Muhiirwa on Age Limit kahinda otafiire 1 1

According to Otafiire, Jesus left only one Church under St. Peter but now there are many churches with different religious leaders. He said that if the constitution of the church had not been changed to cater for different religions, Muhiirwa would not have been Bishop.
19:28
19:28

Women's Democracy Network Shuns ‘Age Limit' Invitation age limit bill 1

WDN-U also says that the Private Members Bill tabled by the Igara West MP, Raphael Magyezi doesnt take into account Ugandas history that is enumerated in the preamble of the constitution.
18:50
18:50

Dr. Lyomoki: Museveni's Promise to Striking Medics ‘Same Old Song' 2 1

According to Dr. Lyomoki, since government has already shown it is unable to resolve the issues of the medics even with constant reminders, it is likely to backtrack on its new promises.
18:05
18:05

Marburg Outbreak: Health Ministry, WHO to Hold Cross Border Surveillance Meeting ministry of health

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng says their team of experts has been following up 2 cases including a turn-boy and an enrolled Nurse who cared for the second confirmed case but results from the Uganda Virus Research Institute UVRI shows that the two are free from the Marburg Virus Disease MVD.
17:16
17:16

Gashumba Out on Bond frank gashumba

It is alleged that Gashumba alias Frank Ssenyondo and his brother Innocent Katamba, and others still at large during the month of September 2017 in Kampala District, forged a stamp for the ministries of Finance and Agriculture and Forestry of the Republic of South Sudan.
16:58
16:58

Opposition Absent as Parliament Eulogizes MP William Beijukye hepatitis b 1 3

Government ministers took over the moment of laying wreaths on behalf of the opposition, whose absence was not explained. Ruth Nankabirwa, the Government chief whip laid the wreath on behalf of the Leader of Opposition Winnie Kiiza, while Chris Baryomunsi the State for Housing laid the wreath on behalf of Secretary-General Forum for Democratic Change Nandala Mafabi.
16:39
16:39

Doctors Resume Strike mulago hospital 1 5

Dr. Ekwaro Obuku, the President Uganda Medical Association, said they would only stop their struggle for better welfare that started in 1996 when they get tangible results from government.
16:08
16:08

Inter-Religious Council Shuns 'Age-Limit' Invitation to Parliament referendum 1

The Council, an umbrella for all religious denominations, now joins the Makerere University Law Dons and former Prime Minister Apollo Nsibambi who wrote to the committee declining to appear as requested.
16:04
16:04

Masindi, UTC Clash Over Compensation Money kumi 5

However, Masindi LC V Chairman, Cosmas Byaruhanga says the land hosting Uganda Technical College Kyema belongs to the Masindi district local government.
15:33
15:33

UN Climate Change Conference Opens in Bonn paris agreement 3 1

The opening ceremony began in style with children from Bonn International School carrying placards written on Save Our World as they chanted. Then an opening song titled Im an Island was played before official speeches begun.
12:54
12:54

Tight Security at Parliament Ahead of MP Zinkuratiire Eulogy

Security at Parliament has been beefed up ahead of a special sitting to honour Ruhama County Member of Parliament, Beijukye William Zinkuratiire, who died on Friday.
12:36
12:36

Age Limit: Political Parties Make U-Turn on Committee Appearance 1 Top story

Leaders of different opposition political parties have made a U-turn on the proposed Age Limit Bill and decided to appear before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee they had previously vowed to shun.
11:47
11:47

Uganda Cranes UGX10 Billion Rich denis onyango 2 1 Top story

Airtel Uganda Limited have renewed their sponsorship towards the Uganda Cranes to a tune of 10 billion Uganda shillings.
11:44
11:44

Kenya's Political Crisis Affects Uganda's Private Sector Growth stanbic bank uganda 1

The political tensions in neighbouring Kenyan partly affected Ugandas private sector growth according to the latest Stanbic Bank Purchasing Managers Index PMI.
07:24
07:24

Age Limit: Police Foils Anti-Baryomunsi Protest age limit removal 3 2

Bright Twehikyiire, a student at African College of Commerce and Technology-ACCT, says the decision of the minister to avoid his electorate is a sign of disrespect and deprives them of their rights.
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