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16:42
16:42

Bududa Farmers in Tears as UWA Rangers Slash Crops 4 1

The rangers claim that the crops were planted inside Mt. Elgon National Park. The most affected parishes include Kasuuni and Nametsi in Bukalasi and Bundesi Sub Counties respectively.
16:25
16:25

Ministry Calls for Collective Responsibility to End Child Labour 2 1

Aggrey Kibenge, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development says the country is not lacking laws and policies against child labour but there is a need for collective responsibility.
15:52
15:52

Don't Rely On Herbs, Concoctions for Covid-19 Prevention- Medics Ministry of Health 3 1

However, Dr Nakiyimba says that although some of the concoctions are rich in vitamins and minerals, they have the potential of causing opportunistic health complications if not taken with precaution.
15:21
15:21

Kalungu Man Kills Wife in Bar Brawl 1 1

Ssempijja hit Nassali on the head with a bottle. Nassali bled profusely from the deep cut she sustained but later died shortly after reaching Mukwano Medical Centre.
15:01
15:01

Experts Warn Against Steam Inhalation in Covid-19 Treatment treating COVID-19

Dr Richard Idro, a paediatrician at Mulago Specialized National Referral Hospital says while steam inhalation where many are using herbs and hot water has become very popular, there is no way it can keep away the virus or even treat those that are already sick.
14:43
14:43

Pader District Leaders Probe Theft of University Bursary Forms 2

The forms were part of 50 slots issued annually to the district before each academic year by Kampala International University- KIU and Kampala Metropolitan University to disadvantaged students under the recommendation of the District Executive Committee.
14:28
14:28

Bundibugyo Turns to Para-Social Workers to Curb Early Child Pregnancies 7 1

The district probation officer Grace Pamela says they are worried that the suspension of schooling activities could fuel the already high cases of child pregnancies among school girls.
14:00
14:00

Football Experts Predict Bright Future in New Cranes Team Allan Okello 4 1

The new squad is comprised of players from different clubs in the Uganda Premier League and a few players from Uganda Hippos who recently played the U-20 Afcon finals.
13:21
13:21

Uganda Records Over 10,000 New COVID-19 Cases, 59 Deaths in Ten Days 1 1

Uganda recorded a total of 10,491 COVID-19 cases and 59 deaths in the first ten days of June. This implies that the country has recorded an average of 1,041 cases this month.
12:57
12:57

Judiciary Releases Working Schedules for Judges During Lockdown Covid-19 2 1

On Monday, Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo suspended the hearing of all court cases including election petitions for 42 days.
12:29
12:29

Urban Refugees Demand Inclusion in COVID-19 Vaccination Refugee Law Project 5

It took Amudu Jean Pierre a refugee who arrived in Uganda from the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC in 2012 four incidents of being bounced before he finally got his first COVID-19 jab at the Makerere University Hospital in April.
11:55
11:55

Man in Hoima Arrested with 40 Jerrycans of Siphoned Fuel fuel theft 1

The suspect has been identified as Ronald Amanya, a resident of Hoima City. Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says that the suspect was arrested on Saturday while driving a vehicle registration number UBG 230N.
11:41
11:41

Contractor Given One Week to Handover National Isolation Centre 2 1

Eng. George Otim, the commissioner of health infrastructure at the health ministry says that the contractor was supposed to hand over the site on June 11.
11:28
11:28

Man in Rubanda Torches House With Wife and Children Inside 2

It’s alleged that Vian had an argument with Muheki Lovinah and quarrelled. However, he moved outside shortly and returned with a jerrycan of petrol, locked the house and set it ablaze. After torching the house, the suspect fled.
10:57
10:57

Five Teachers in Hoima Arrested for Conducting Lessons Pupils 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson identifies the arrested teachers as Ronald Naizito, Leonard Kyaligonza, Juliet Ndibalekesa, Cissy Namkabirwa, Akio Ntibankane and Fred Mukasa.
10:32
10:32

Seven Boda Boda Associations Dissolved in Gulu City gulu city council 2 1

According to Alfred Okwonga, the Gulu City Mayor , they have received several complaints from residents that there are a lot of suspected criminals who disguise as Boda Boda riders
10:14
10:14

Kasingye Directs Senior Police Officers to Leave Barracks Busoga 1 1 Top story

Kasingye says senior officers are living illegally in the barracks, because they are given a housing allowance, which entitles them to rent houses outside the barracks.
09:57
09:57

Three Buried Alive in Quarry mudslides 1

Joseph Oryem, the LCI Karuma Town Council says that the deceased was extracting construction aggregates for sale when the soil developed deep cracks forcing the rocks to roll down and buried them.
09:42
09:42

Gulu City Division Mayors Prioritize Garbage Management waste management 3 1

Patrick Oola Lumumba Mayor of West Division says they have hired two trucks to undertake massive rubbish collection especially around Kabedopong Market, Kaunda Ground, Gulu Modern Market and Lacor Complex Market.
09:29
09:29

URA Introduces New TIN Application Process

According to Uganda Revenue Authority-URA, it has also made changes in the existing TIN application form to improve the experience of their clients and attend to the changes in the tax regime, technology and the business environment.
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