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19:51
19:51

EC's Byabakama, DPP Abodo Can't Continue Operating Without Resigning as Judges 1 1 Top story

"I therefore find that, Honorable Justice Mike Chibita did not first resign as a Judge of the High Court before his appointment to the office of the Director of Public Prosecution; his appointment as the DPP therefore was null and void and in contravention of article 223(4) of the Constitution”, wrote Justice Kakuru in the lead judgement.
19:27
19:27

Researcher Roots for Group Care for People Living With HIV Makerere University 3

Delivered by lay health workers to groups of patients, the treatment involves eight sessions of therapy delivered in eight weeks with each focusing on a different topics where the first session is introductory and the last focusing on livelihood skills for those involved.
19:08
19:08

Banks to Pay Dividends as COVID-19 Effects Ease on Industry 2

“The payment of deferred dividends shall be considered on a case-by-case basis, it will be subject to the financial institutions submitting a satisfactory forward-looking internal capital adequacy and liquidity assessment that demonstrates that the banking institution has adequate resilience to absorb losses from an adverse scenario,” says the Bank of Uganda Statement.
18:54
18:54

S2 Student Buried Alive in Kanungu Sand Quarry 1

The incident happened at Kanyamishanga village in Katete Sub County, Kanungu district; the residents rescued five of the six victims and rushed them to Kambuga hospital for treatment.
18:51
18:51

Gulu Registers 14,000 Cases of Violence Against Children in Four Years Gulu District 3 2

In 2017 the district recorded 2,795 cases, 2,786 was reported in 2018, 2,798 reported in 2019 and the year 2020 registered the most cases with 5,659 cases.
18:28
18:28

Police, Army Deployed to Track Northern Bypass Thugs 1 1

Luke Owoyesigyire, the deputy KMP police spokesperson, said covert operations have been intensified. Owoyesigyire also confirmed that they have deployed plain clothed team because patrols have been monitored by thugs.
18:23
18:23

Budget Committee Again Refuses to Approve UGX487Bn Oil Loan 3 1

Parliament Budget Committee today questioned government’s request for a 487 Billion Shillings loan to finance Uganda’s initial equity shares and historical costs for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project without adequate documentation.
17:45
17:45

Agago Leaders Want Review of UGX74 Million Valley Tank Construction Contract 2 1

District officials say the necessary procedures for procuring a contractor were not followed since the district technical committee was not involved in the technical evaluation of the bid.
17:41
17:41

Rules Committee Moves to Limit Campaigns for Speaker's Seat Speaker Race 2 1

Parliament’s Committee on Rules, Discipline and Privileges is proposing to limit campaigning for the positions of Speaker and Deputy Speaker ahead of the May elections.
17:32
17:32

Rujumbura Runner-up Wants Jim Muhwezi’s Win Annulled 1

Turyamuhweza accuses Muhwezi of conniving with security officials in the district to intimidate and chase away his agents and supporters from polling stations on polling day. He now wants the court to order for a fresh election
17:28
17:28

Kasese Youth Polytechnic Gets New Dormitory, Workshop 5 3

In the past, the institute lacked a dormitory for male students, workshop and operating without stable power and water, which affected the enrollment of learners.
17:20
17:20

Tooro NUP Leaders Divided Over Kyagulanyi’s Call for Demonstrations 1 2

Thomas Kakuru, one of the NUP coordinators in Tooro Sub-region, says the demonstration strategy will not achieve anything and is not worth his time.
17:16
17:16

Female Traffic Officers Demanded for Change of Uniform -Police 1 1

Kasingye, in response to critics of police uniform, says the gaiters were introduced because officers had reported that water penetrates their shoes whenever it rains. The gaiters, according to Kasingye, specifically prevent water from entering the shoes even when attending to their duties during rain.
17:06
17:06

How To Avoid Crocodile Attacks problem animals 1 1

The most recent crocodile attack was reported in Mayuge district in February where a crocodile mauled a 16 year old boy Shaffic Watangwa. This is just one of the reported cases of crocodile attacks from Lake Victoria but the numbers are said to be around 10 – 20 incidents each year, according to Kisambira, awareness and education officer at UWA headquarters, Kampala.
16:57
16:57

Police Bust Makindye Motorcycle Theft Racket, Two Arrested 1 1

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire identified the suspects as Robert Mugisha and Sam Muyomba, these were arrested in an operation by Katwe police Division that targeted gangs that rob motorcycles in areas of Bunamwaya and Ndejje.
16:47
16:47

Gulu University Elections Tribunal Dismisses Petition

On Friday, the student’s elections tribunal chaired by Mupora Mutwale, the Dean of Students dismissed the petition on ground that it lacked merit.
16:29
16:29

National Cricket Team to Face Namibia in World Cup Trials 1 1

The team’s head coach Laurence Mahatlane, says that the build-up tour will run from April 2-7 with teams playing two 50 over games and four T20 games.
16:13
16:13

Mabirizi Blocked From Accessing Supreme Court for Dr Kisakye's Ruling 5 5

Kisakye has also complained about the Spokesperson of the Judiciary Solomon Muyita for speaking to the media about her name in this issue without even talking to her which created a wrong impression. As such she noted that since Muyita has proved to be inclined to speak on an uninformed point of view, from now she will be talking to the press directly about the positions she holds.
15:57
15:57

New Teaching Approach Brings Hope to Learners in Isingiro 4 1

The approach called Teaching at the Right Level-TaRL works by dividing children into groups based on learning needs rather than age or grade, dedicating time to basic skills rather than focusing solely on the curriculum, and regularly assessing student performance, rather than relying on end-of-year examinations.
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15:37

NUP Woman Seeks to Nullify Nantaba's Victory in Kayunga 2 1

She claims that the voting and tallying process were characterized by several irregularities such as falsification of results that led to the declaration of wrong results in favour the respondent.
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