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She Cranes Targets Win Over Zambia in Pent Series Opener 1 2

According to the opening fixtures, Uganda will play Zambia, Namibia will battle Kenya while Malawi will take on Zimbabwe. All matchday one games will be played tomorrow on 1st November 2021.
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Adolescents Use Poetry to Amply Voices of Young Girls 5 1

Anita Muhindo 17 from Kasese says that society has portrayed young girls as weak. She says that this is the time teenage girls should make their voices heard.
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U-20 Women Coach Wants Improvement Against Djibouti Coach Ayubu Khalifa 1 2

Uganda defeated Burundi 5-1 in their opening match, but despite an incredible start, the coach believes his girls didn’t perform to the expectations.
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12:41

Covid-19: Vaccinated Ugandans Struggling to Access Online Certificates 1 1

According to Ainebyoona, delays in getting vaccination cards are due to poor or no data entry.
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Police Ask Mobile Money, Fuel Operators to Report Suspicious Transactions Fred Enang 1 2

The call by the police follows last week’s bomb explosions that left two people killed. On October 23, a bomb exploded at a pork joint in Komamboga killing one person and two days later there was an explosion inside Swift Bus in Mpigi along the Kampala-Masaka Highway.
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Vipers, Express FC in 2-2 Draw 2 1

The draw takes Vipers to the second position with 7 points while Express settles for the 10th position.
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How Online Technology is Enhancing Human Trafficking 1 Top story

Traffickers are currently using technology to profile, recruit, control and exploit their victims as well as using the Internet, especially the dark web, to hide illegal materials stemming from trafficking and their real identities from investigators.
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Mak Students Flock University for Wireless Internet Makerere University 2 1

Students have been gathering in big numbers to use the wireless internet within the university to attend online lectures. They gather at the colleges, halls of residence and the main library.
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Health Ministry Moves to Implement Alcohol Policy 1 1

The policy was passed by the Cabinet in November 2019 but it has never been implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The policy calls for measures to control the consumption and sale of alcohol.
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14:16

Right to Food Ignored in Uganda’s Laws-Legal Experts Judiciary Uganda 1 3

Dr Kabumba Busingye a Lecturer of Law at Makerere University said food is identity, culture and politics but there’s no substantive chapter in Uganda’s constitution that spells out the right to food.
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Lower Primary Learners, Semi Candidates to Be Prioritized When Schools Reopen 1 3

Information obtained by our reporter shows that to ensure completion of the academic year 2020 and progression of learners to the next level, the learners will undergo two months of accelerated core curriculum coverage.
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09:18

Kisenyi Building Demolition Case File Transferred to Another Judge KCCA 1

Court records seen by Uganda Radio Network on Friday indicate that the file has been allocated to Justice Musa Ssekaana who has fixed November 25 as the date to start hearing the main case.
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18:51

Finalists in PTCs, NTCs to Wait Longer Before Returning to College 1 2

According to information obtained from the department of teacher education and development, reopening of some classes in both Primary Teachers’ Colleges and National Teachers’ Colleges is tagged to the resumption of teaching and learning activities in secondary and primary schools.
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Gender Ministry Should Supervise NSSF-Committee Report Parliament 1 Top story

The government had initially wanted to provide for dual supervision of the Fund, putting the Ministry of Gender in charge of the social security arm of the Fund, which deals with the welfare of workers and their savings while the Ministry of Finance, would supervise the Investment arm which deals with the business component where savings are invested in assets to generate income.
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Chief Justice Warns Christian Lawyers Against Corruption 3 5

The Chief Justice was speaking Friday at Hotel Africana during a public lecture organized by the Uganda Christian Lawyers Federation to remember the life of the organization’s first president Charles Owor.
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Gov’t to Promote Resilient Cities for Mitigating Climate Change Effects 3 1

The minister appealed to the regional cities to take on climate change action focused on disaster risk reduction and resilience saying that government intends to measure and identify strategies for improving resilience in the ten regional cities of Uganda. The regional cities are Arua, Gulu, Lira, Soroti, Mbale, Jinja, Masaka, Mbarara, Hoima and Fort portal.
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Minister Defends Parliamentary Commission Budget Cuts MInistry of Finance 3 1 Top story

The cuts affected the Office of the President (1.9 billion), State House (8 billion), Office of the Prime Minister (4.31 billion), Ministry of Defence (5.14 billion), Ministry of Finance (25.9 billion), Office of the Auditor General (3.9 billion), Makerere University (4.3 billion) Uganda Revenue Authority (8.8 billion), National Curriculum Development Centre (12.8 billion), Missions Abroad (11.6 billion) and others.
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What Happens After Selections; The Shift from the School Call System 5 1

Receiving an admission letter to a secondary school or even university was one of the most awaited events for students after sitting final examinations for every education cycle. Rev. Sr Hellen Lamunu, the Headteacher of Sacred Heart Secondary School in Gulu recalls that the call was a great achievement; a sign for parents and the community that a student had made it on merit.
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Schools, Parents Question value for Billions Spent on Home-Study materials 6

Educational institutions were closed in March 2020, as one of the measures to control the spread of Coronavirus Disease. At the time, Uganda did not have any cases of the virus which was spreading across the globe like wildfire. Since that time, Uganda has lost more the 3200 people, from 125,788 confirmed cases.
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Billions More Needed for Global Collaboration to End COVID-19 Pandemic 1

The funding for the Access to COVID Tools (ACT) Accelerator – the UN-backed global initiative to end the pandemic - is critical to prevent some five million additional potential deaths, as well as USD 5.3 trillion in global economic losses.
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