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21:32
21:32

Uganda Law Society Seeks Permission to Conduct Virtual Elections 1 1

Uganda Law Society President Simon Peter Kinobe contends that the current restrictions put in place by the government made it impossible for the lawyers to conduct their Annual General Meeting, through which they also elect new leaders.
21:09
21:09

Lubaga Division Unanimously Approves Executive Committee Members 3 1

Those appointed, to join the five-member committee chaired by the Mayor deputized by the Deputy Mayor, are Henry Lutwama, the division's youth councillor, Nateete parish’s Jackson Muwanga and Rose Namakula.
20:01
20:01

Deputy Registrar of Executions, Bailiffs Division Interdicted Cissy Mudhasi 1

According to the interdiction letter signed by the Acting Chief Registrar Tom Chemutai, Nizeyimana was interdicted for producing poor standard work and conducting himself in a manner prejudicial to the image, dignity and the reputation of service contrary to the Judicial Service Regulations.
19:38
19:38

Students at Kawempe Hospital Conduct Operations on Broken Theatre Beds

Dr Elizabeth Byakwaga, the Chief Resident Obstetrics and Gynaecology told State Minister for Health Robinah Nabbanja, during a visit this afternoon that they don’t have masks and aprons and that even as they work in theatres, they lack basic disinfectants like alcohol.
16:52
16:52

Mayors Seek to Block Operationalization of New Cities 1 Top story

The petitioners contend that there is no law providing for the operationalisation of the said cities, which might affect municipal mayors, councilors, Division chairpersons and their respective councilors, town council / sub county chairpersons as well as their respective councilors.
16:14
16:14

One Arrested for Targeting Government Vehicles With Petrol Bombs 1 1 Top story

According to Police, the suspects were captured on different CCTV footage carrying out attacks in different parts of the city including Katwe, Nateete and Busega.
14:53
14:53

Uganda's COVID-19 Cases Hit 870 1 Top story

Four of the confirmed cases are among drivers that were picked from different points of entry while seven cases were picked from communities in Tororo and Koboko
14:39
14:39

EU Gives Ministry UGX 25Bn for Tourism Industry Reopening lockdown 1 2

The ministry of Tourism has negotiated a 6m Euro (25.2 billion) stimulus package from the EU towards the tourism private sector for post lock down operations.
12:08
12:08

Some 'Scientific Weddings' Could Be Illegal – URSB Director 3 1

The illegality could arise out of the failure by couples to notify the registrar of their intention to marry in line with section six of the Marriage Act, and the validity of Banns published by Churches under a closed setting. Churches have been closed since March 18, as one of the measures to control public gatherings and contain the spread of coronavirus disease COVID-19.
Jun 2020 9 results