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20:24
20:24

Judicial Service Commission Promotes 11 Judicial Officers

Seven Grade One Magistrates Esther Nalungi, Gordon Muhimbise, Freddie Awacnedi, Benson Semondo, Joy Nambozo, Beatrice Khainza and Simon Toloko Simon were promoted to the rank of Chief Magistrate.
16:23
16:23

Real Estate Dealers Watching Proposed Mailo Land System Review

The real estate market in Uganda is among the seemingly flourishing ventures in the economy with increase in demand and investor confidence rising.
15:26
15:26

Cheptegei, Kiplimo Scoop Silver and Bronze in Tokyo Olympic Games Olympics 2 Top story

The two Ugandans put up a spirited and colourful finish to the games moving from the middle pack to challenge a combination of Kenyan and Ethiopian athletes to the finish line.
15:15
15:15

Swimmer Kirabo Namutebi Sets New National Record on Debut in Olympic Games Olympics 1

Kirabo 16, posted 26:63 in a rather competitive race behind Ecuador’s Anicka Delgado who won the heat in 25:36 and Elinah Phillip who came second in 25:74.
14:18
14:18

Rower Kathleen Noble Concludes Olympic Games Ranked 2nd in Africa 1

Noble 26, posted 8:07:00 behind Final E race winner Tula Abujbara from Qatar who posted 8:00:22 to make her the second fastest Africa rower in the summer games.
13:43
13:43

1,000 in Mbale City Miss Covid-19 Relief Fund 1 1

According to the Mbale City Deputy Town Clerk, Kenneth Khatuli, records of at least 1,289 people who registered for the fund had been bounced back for not meeting the criteria.
12:14
12:14

Health Centres in Lira Giving ARVs in Bulk to Patients 5

Emily Awio, in charge ART clinic at Ogur HCIV, says that the bulk ARVs are given to people to last them six months. She explains that the drugs are given to people who have a stable viral load and those who have been on treatment for more than two years.
11:52
11:52

Evicted Encroachers Benefit from Wetland Restoration Project in Rwampara 1 6

This is part of the Integrated Water Resources Management Project which is targeting 1,000 households to directly benefit from the new livelihood changing projects under the plan for the Restoration and Protection of the River Rwizi Ecosystem and Catchment Area.
11:45
11:45

Panic as Four Young Girls Disappear From One Village in Lwengo 3

The missing children have been identified as Titi Runkuse,10, Amina Nakavuma,12, Patience Nambarire,13, and Riya Namboggo,13.
10:56
10:56

COVID-19 Vaccine Shipments Boost for Africa

The WHO said that it hoped COVAX would ship 520 million doses to Africa by the end of 2021, in addition to more shots from other sources, including deliveries from the African Union, which is expected to supply around 45 million jabs by the end of the year.
10:31
10:31

Security Heightened on Last Day of Lockdown, Hundreds Stranded in Kampala 4 2

The 42-day lockdown which was instituted by President Yoweri Museveni on June 18, 2021, ends today. At the time the lockdown was announced, COVID-19 infections and death rates had overwhelmed health facilities across the country. As a result, schools were once again closed, together with other congregational areas like Churches and shopping centres.
08:23
08:23

Treasurer Visits Shrine to Recover Group Money, Loses UGX 8.5m to Witch Doctor

Natuk was yesterday arrested after joint monitoring on the project by district leaders who were also following the activities of the Youth Livelihood Project. It emerged that many of the members of her group had failed to pay loans they borrowed from the revolving fund.
06:44
06:44

Nanyondo, Nakaayi Qualify for 800m Semi final in Tokyo Olympics Halima Nakaayi 1

Nanyondo 27, finished 2nd in heat one posting 2:02.02 to earn her an automatic qualification to the semifinal that is due on Saturday. She ran behind France's Rénelle Lamote who won the race in 2.01.91.
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