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18:31
18:31

MPs Hand Lira Hospital Accountant to CID Over UGX 94m PAYE Funds 1 6

In the 2020/2021 audit report, Auditor General John Muwanga revealed that the hospital Pay As You Earn-PAYE deductions had not been paid by the end of the financial year on June 30, 2021
17:56
17:56

Pr. Ssenyonga’s Top Media Dragged to Industrial Court Over Unpaid Wages 1

“This matter has taken almost a year ever since it was reported to you. No settlement or adjudication has been made on it. Therefore, relying on Section 5 of the Labour Disputes (Arbitration and Settlement Act, 2006) and Rule 3 of the Industrial Court Rules, we pray that you refer the matter to the Industrial Court for further management,” Ashaba’s legal team wrote to Labour officer on June 13, 2022.
17:34
17:34

Uganda Far from Middle Income- World Bank 3 1

The World Bank estimated that despite the economic growth, the population also grew at about the same rate, leaving the per capita income stagnant.
17:03
17:03

MPs Task Lira Hospital Officials on Staff Loan Deductions 6 1

The Auditor General Muwanga reported that the employees neither had letters of undertaking nor existed. It is also provided that only deductions consented to by employees in writing , should be submitted to the Ministry of Public Service for timely monthly payroll processing or as advised by the employer.
15:21
15:21

UN Clean Energy Subsidy in Uganda Ends Renewable energy 6

The project funded by the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in Uganda and supported by the Swedish government has benefited 4.2 million people since its inception in 2015.
14:56
14:56

Mary Nuba Joins Team As She Cranes Step Up Commonwealth Preparations 1 3

Fred Mugerwa, the team’s head coach says, Nuba’s arrival is a big boost to his team, and he hopes she will get enough time to train with the new players.
14:47
14:47

WHO to Distribute 60,000 Monkeypox Tests, Reagents to African Countries 1

The disease is diagnosed using Polymerase Chain Reaction machines. While all African countries have PCR machines that have been used to test for COVID-19, many countries like Uganda have been forced to ship samples to South Africa due to a lack of reagents and in some cases training in specimen collection, handling, and testing.
14:15
14:15

Gov't Struggling to Pay Health Workers Through Digital Platforms Makerere University 3

Health officials in different parts of the country have complained of health workers especially members of the Voluntary Health Teams (VHTs) that participated in the door-to-door campaign are storming their officers and demanding their money.
12:13
12:13

Police Stops Regional Inspectors of Vehicles from Testing Bus Drivers 1 2

Not only bus drivers will be trekking to Naguru to get tested for class DE driving license but also trailer drivers seeking to obtain class CE. Nampiima said all this is intended to ensure competent people are licensed to chauffeur such big cars and ensure safety of other road users.
11:32
11:32

Report Adverse Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccines Early -Experts 2 2

According to the National Drug Authority, hundreds of complaints have been received in regards to COVID-19 vaccination. The vaccine experts say that many of the complaints were made late, affecting the data integrity on vaccine reactions
11:00
11:00

Crime Intellegence Arrests 10 Suspected Accomplices of Wanted Robber 1 1

Pius Wandera, says he has tried to call his son to report himself to security in vain. Even his known friends, according to Pius Wandera, say they don’t know his whereabouts.
10:05
10:05

PLHIV Express Fear of COVID-19 Vaccines Affecting Their Treatment Outcomes In New IDI Study Ministry of Health 2

Richard Muhindo, a research fellow at the Institute told URN in an interview that they interviewed 767 People Living with HIV (PLHIV) who were picking medicines from the KCCA clinics of Kawala, Kisenyi, Komamboga, Kitebi, Kasangati and Kiswa who revealed that while they are willing to vaccinate, they fear the effect that would have on their medication.
07:53
07:53

Pharma Companies Failed to Comply to Human Rights principles- New Global Report 1 Top story

Generally, the scorecard ranked scores like a traffic light, with green, yellow, and red scores. The 26 companies produced 30 products: 4 products score green, 7 score yellow, but 19 products are in the red zone.
07:23
07:23

South Sudan Invites Ugandan Investors to Revive Abandoned Projects 5

The said projects are mainly in agriculture, and were established over two decades by the Sudan government, to respond to claims by the southern part of the country that was threatening to break away at that time, but they were never implemented.
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