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May 2019 9 results
20:24
20:24

Car Dealers to Report to FIA Money Laundering ministry of lands 1 Top story

Samuel Wandera, the Director International Relations at FIA, says in their own review, discussions and studies, they have established that launderers prefer to launder their proceeds in the motor vehicles industry.
18:13
18:13

9-Year-Old Walks 320km to Namugongo to Pray for Sick Brother

Bamwesigye left Kikuba village on May 17 and arrived at Namugongo on Wednesday, May 31, after walking for 12 days. He has faith that the martyrs will bring a healing miracle upon his brother who fell sick at the start of this year and suddenly developed speech impairments.
17:55
17:55

Revisiting the Hansard; Prof. Nsibambi's Colorful Contributions parliament hansard 1 Top story

A trace of the issues raised by Prof. Nsibambi on the floor of parliament during his tenure as Leader of Government Business paints a picture of a researcher, consensus builder, educationist and jovial man.
17:41
17:41

Parliament Lauds Prof. Nsibambi’s Diligent Service 11 1

At exactly 10 O’clock, the hearse carrying the body of the ex-premier was already at Parliament. A delegation led by the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, Second Deputy Prime Minister Kirunda Kivejinja and others assembled at the parliament steps to receive his remains.
14:50
14:50

Pictorial: Prof Apolo Nsibambi’s Body Lays in State Top story

Nsibambi, 78, who served as Prime Minister from 1999 until 2011, when he retired from active politics, died on Tuesday after a battle with cancer.
14:43
14:43

Ugandans Lost UGX 11B to Land Fraudsters in 2018-Police 1 Top story

The report read by the CID Director, Grace Akello shows that land fraud cases short to 478 in 2018 compared to 428 in 2017. Akullo said hundreds of people were wrongfully evicted using forged land documents, false land registration and stolen land certificates.
13:01
13:01

BOU Defends Performance of Agriculture Credit Facility 1

The ACF was started in 2009 as a platform where government and private financial institutions bring resources together and lend them to agriculture at a 12 per cent interest rate, far below the market rates of usually 20 per cent. The money is disbursed to farmers through participating financial institutions.
12:47
12:47

Makerere Relaunches Publishing Press after 19-Years of Dormancy culture 4 4

The publishing press hosted under the University Directorate of Research and Graduate Training (DRGT) was relaunched with publications by Dr Wilfred Lajul, Professor John Wotsuna Khamalwa and Dr Saudah Namyalo.
07:47
07:47

Netball Team Needs UGX 2Bn for World Cup 2 4

The Netball World Cup, slated for July 12th-21st this year, will take place in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
May 2019 9 results