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20:24
20:24

IGAD Member States Commit to Support Refugees uganda 2 2

The IGAD countries of Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Uganda and Djibouti signed the Kamapala declaration on jobs, livelihoods, and self-reliance for refugees, returnees and host communities.
19:42
19:42

Soroti University Secretary Arrested for Financial Impropriety 1 Top story

She was picked up from her office on Thursday by detectives traveling in a white van believed to be attached to the State House Anti-Corruption Unit.
19:02
19:02

BOU Governor Warns Banks Against High Interest Rates commercial bank 2 1

Mutebile noted that the Central Bank is concerned that commercial banks have turned a deaf ear to lower the interest rate.
18:55
18:55

Police Blocks Kaliro FDC Meeting district 2

Kamya said the party had earmarked some projects but wanted to get an input from the party members at the village level.
18:23
18:23

MPs Demand UGX 7.5Bn for Kidney Treatment in Referral Hospitals 4

Parliament has approved a motion to commemorate World Kidney Day and also the need to appropriate shillings 7.5 billion to set up dialysis units in the 13 regional referral hospitals.
17:57
17:57

Poverty, Political Interference Hindering CSOs Work-Report action aid uganda 1 3

Richard Ssewakiryanga, the Executive Director of UNNGOF says the report shows that the inadequate funds that the NGOs have are being depleted by communities demanding for meals, drinks and transport facilitation.
17:35
17:35

Judiciary Constitutes Panel to Hear Case Challenging Delayed Electoral Reforms 1 Top story

The matter stems from an application by Professors Frederick Ssembebwa, Fredrick W. Jjuko and Kituo Cha Katiba asking the Supreme Court to find the Attorney General, William Byaruhanga guilty of contempt of court for failing to implement electoral reforms as directed by the court.
17:25
17:25

Civillian Veterans Turned Away at Verification Exercise 3 1

The Ministry of Defense and Veteran Affairs on Monday started a national wide exercise of verifying and updating files of all veterans to facilitate payment of their gratuity and pension benefits.
15:45
15:45

Land Probe Seeks Extra UGX 3Bn 1

The Minister of State for Planning, David Bahati says they received a request from the commission. He says that the commission has so far been allocated 10 billion shillings since July last year.
15:31
15:31

Private Security Guards In Hoima To Undergo Refresher Courses RDC 1 1

Samuel Kisembo, the Hoima Resident district commissioner-RDC told Uganda Radio Network on Friday that during the district security committee meeting, they all agreed that all private security companies should allow their guards have refresher course since most of them are incompetent.
15:22
15:22

Nakasongola Pastoralists Breath Sigh of Relief As Rains Start 1 Top story

Charles Bogere, the Nakasongola Town Council LC 5 councilor, says they received heavy rains on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning drawing excitement from pastoralists.
15:08
15:08

Mabirizi Petitions Court over Delayed Judgement in Age Limit Appeal 75 years age limit 2 1

Mabirizi says that he has been denied Justice by failing to deliver the judgement in the stipulated time.
13:29
13:29

Entebbe Tuk-tuk, Boda Boda Cyclists Clash over Transport Fares Uganda Police Force 1 2

Tuk-tuk operators under their umbrella body the Kampala Tuk-Tuk Owners and Operators Cooperative Society extended their operations to Abayita Ababiri in Katabi town council, Kasenyi.
12:40
12:40

Five Hard Core Criminals Arrested in Hoima security 1

Hoima Resident District Commissioner says Samuel Kisembo says security has reliable information that the five suspects are part of the iron bar hit men that have been terrorizing Hoima residents and also attacking various schools in Hoima Municipality.
12:13
12:13

Abim Officials Accused of Inflating Costs of Gov't Projects public works 1 1

Hashaka observes that while the costs of government works are high, their quality is not up to the standards. He cited Abim Primary School, where a five stance pit latrine was constructed by parents at two million shillings yet government was constructing four- stance pit latrines at a cost of 14 million shillings each in the same school.
12:09
12:09

Kyambogo Strike: Canister Shatters Student's Hand 1 Top story

Kansiime sustained serious damage on his right hand when he tried to pick up the canister and haul it back at police officers during a violent student’s protest this morning.
11:30
11:30

MV Kalangala Maintenance Operations, Survey Called Off Indefinitely 1

Sadala Musoke, the Managing Director Nation Oil Distributors had earlier told Uganda Radio Network that MV Kalangala would undergo survey and maintenance between March 28th and 2nd April, 2019.
11:19
11:19

Earthquake Monitoring Team Camps in Ngora 2 1

Isaiah Tumwikirize, the government’s principle geo-physician on Wednesday said the earth movement detectors deployed would remain at the rock for two weeks as the specialists study patterns of earth movements beneath and around the rock.
10:57
10:57

Uganda Not Doing Enough to Monitor Refugee Aid-Onek unhcr 1 4

The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Hillary Onek has said the country has not done enough to monitor refugee funding coming from donors.
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