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20:39
20:39

Mak Fires Four Staff Members over Marks Alteration makerere university

The decision to relieve the staffs of their duties was made by the University Appointments Board during a meeting held on October 5, 2018, and communicated in letters dated October 8, 2018, signed by Andrew Abunyang, the Director Human Resources at Makerere University.
18:27
18:27

Police Yet to Receive Bakaleke's Arrest Warrant acp siraje bakaleke 2 1

Last week, the Anti-Corruption Court Grade one Magistrate Moses Nabende issued a warrant of arrest to Bakaleke for failing to respect two criminal summons that were directing him to appear in court over fraud, abuse of office and kidnap charges.
17:10
17:10

Kadaga Tasks Gov't on Bududa Mudslides 3 1

Speaking to Journalists on Friday, Kadaga cited the need for a permanent solution to the situation saying that the mudslides in the area are now predictable.
16:35
16:35

ADB Approves Strategy to Accelerate Transformation of Eastern Africa

The Regional Integration Strategy Paper 2018-2022 maps out the direction of the Banks regional integration work in Eastern Africa over the next five years. The key objectives are fast-tracking structural transformation, increasing trade and promoting financial sector integration and inclusion.
16:02
16:02

Ministry of Health Calls For Repeat of Hepatitis B Vaccination kampala 1 3

Jane Ruth Aceng, the Minister of Health while addressing the media on Friday said that the tests conducted on the drugs by a joint team from the World Health Organisation-WHO, NDA and the government revealed that the drugs had a low potency level with minimal efficacy to ensure immunity against Hepatitis B.
14:56
14:56

Kamwokya Ghetto Waits for More Money from Museveni 4 1

Kamwokya ghetto residents will get more Uganda shilling 200 million from President Museveni if a second proposal for funding sent to State House is approved. Dr Apollo Ahimbisibwe, the link between ghetto groups and State House told Uganda Radio Network that the second round of funding is meant to benefit about 37 groups
13:08
13:08

Police Probing New Extortionist Group in Kampala patrick onyango 1

The letters contain messages ordering recipients to send money ranging from USD 30,000 113 million Shillings to USD 45,000 170 million Shillings within a period of three months through BITCOIN, a form of electronic currency.
08:08
08:08

Justice Kasule Calls for Judicial Integrity as he Bows Out 3 1

Justice Remmy Kasule, who has clocked 70; the mandatory retirement age for judges, told Uganda Radio Network that all judicial officers need to be honest and impartial as they dispense justice in the country.
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