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19:29
19:29

Swedish Embassy Donates UGX 31Bn for Reliable Energy 4

Ola Hallgren, the Head of Cooperation at the Embassy of Sweden said that the program is aimed at increasing critical needs to address Uganda’s energy needs and services in agriculture and the environment.
19:09
19:09

KCCA Commences Studies into Closure of Kiteezi Landfill 3 1

According to the 2020 Guidelines for the Management of Landfill in Uganda, the closure of a landfill must be preceded by the preparation of a plan clearly setting out requirements for closure, decommissioning and site rehabilitation. Such requirements include remedial work on drainage, leachate management and cover integrity.
17:30
17:30

Three out of every Five Albertine Girls Practice Random Sex Ministry of Health 4

This survey which also involved capturing views of parents and care takers on sexual reproductive health was conducted by the Center for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Africa (CESCRA) where researchers found up to 25% of girls don’t seek any kind of help either from the police, health facilities or local authorities when they are sexually violated.
17:20
17:20

U-20 Women Team Steps Up Preparations for World Cup Qualifiers 1 1

On Tuesday, the team lost their build-up game 2-1 to She Corporates that was played at MTN Omondi stadium in Lugogo. Sumaya Komuntale scored the only goal for the National team side.
17:01
17:01

Head Teachers Ask Gov't Not to Abolish PTA Fees 5

On Monday, the Minister in charge of ICT and National Guidance, Dr. Chris Baryomunisi, said that the Cabinet had resolved all Universal Primary (UPE) and Secondary Schools (USE) to stop charging learners any fees as schools reopen in January next year.
16:27
16:27

East, Southern Africa Roots for New Law to End FGM 2 1

While countries have laws to reprimand for instance the surgeons or parents who force their children to undergo FGM, these laws only apply within the borders of a specific country and may not necessarily apply in neighboring countries.
16:25
16:25

MOU Says Dr Musenero Must Account for the UGX 31Bn –Permanent Secretary Covid-19 vaccine 1 4

The former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Science and Technology, David OO Obong has told legislators that Minister Dr. Monica Musenero should provide all accountability regarding the utilization of funds meant to facilitate the COVID-19 vaccine development.
15:11
15:11

FUBA Finally Secures Funds For Silverbacks to Take Part in World Cup Qualifiers 1 Top story

One day to the event, the latest development from the local basketball governing body confirms that the team finally secured the funds from the government and the team traveled today early morning to take part in the world cup qualifiers. The team needed over 380 million ugx to take part in the first window
12:18
12:18

Opposition Calls for Amendment of Electoral Commission Act 4 1

The Opposition says that the Army should not be allowed any role in the electoral processes over and above those listed under Article 208 and 209 of the Constitution and the Uganda Peoples Defense Forces Act, 2005.
11:34
11:34

High Court Grants Widow Burial Rights Over her Husband

When asked why someone must be buried close to his grandfather and father, the Katikkiro's emmisary stated that the reason is to stop the ghosts from haunting those who remain. When asked to confirm during cross-examination that burying someone away from the ancestral home is not an abomination, he hesitantly confirmed that is was not an abomination...but hastened to add that it would be good that the customs are followed so as to restrain the ghost especially where there's no Will”.
08:01
08:01

Blogger Isma Olaxess Charged, Granted Bail

The prosecution alleges that on November 17 while at Kyanja Village in the Wakiso District, Tusubira incited the public to commit terrorism an offense that is punishable by death.
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