Breaking

Archive

Nov 2023 14 results
18:35
18:35

Tuition Challenges: Mak Students Start Fundraising Drive 1 1

Last month, the students launched the campaign dubbed "Save a Makererean" aimed at raising 1 billion Shillings.
18:16
18:16

New Judges Cautioned Against Incompetence Induction 1

Justice Buteera singled out late coming to work, failure to hear cases and deliver judgments on time, lack of courtesy to fellow staff, advocates, and court users, and outright abuse of judicial ethics.
17:42
17:42

Money Lenders Asked to Use Legal Means When Recovering Loans 1 4

Sheila Birungi, Head of the Legal Department at UMRA, however, said some lenders have been known to charge as high as 50 percent monthly which translates to 600 percent a year.
17:18
17:18

A Sneak Peek at the East African Crude Oil Project Details #StopEACOP 3 1 Top story

The Petroleum Authority and the developer reveal how Artificial intelligence and Satellite Technology will minimize human intrusion, and environmental damage, and ensure real-time monitoring of the entire pipeline.
16:59
16:59

Kyagulanyi Asks Supporters Not to Misuse Social Media 3 1

Speaking on Friday at the new party headquarters at Makerere Kavule in Kampala, Kyagulanyi, said social media has democratized the freedom of speech however many have misused it by insulting other people they don’t agree with hence tarnishing the party’s image.
14:36
14:36

Zombo Uses HIV Positive Teenagers As Peer Educators in HIV/Aids Fight 1 2

The initiative comes at a time when the number of people living with HIV/AIDS hits over 4,000 according to information obtained from the Forum.
13:20
13:20

400 Congolese Refugees Transferred to Bubukwanga Transit Camp 1 1

The group, mostly comprising women and children, entered the district through Butoogho and first camped at Butoogho Primary School and Butoogho Sairi Church of Uganda.
12:58
12:58

Ugandan Athletes Displeasured by Chemusto's Four-Year Ban 1

Chemusto was banned by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU), a body created by the World Athletics to protect the integrity of the sport after testing positive for the prohibited substance 19-Norandrosterone in violation of World Athletics Rules.
09:19
09:19

Toddler Killed in Suspected Ritual Sacrifice Incident in Mayuge

The toddler estimated to be around four years old, was first sighted by a group of boys who had gone to hunt wild game meat in the area. The boys alerted elders who rushed to the scene and later called the police to safeguard the scene from contamination.
09:08
09:08

Acholi Cultural Institution Invests in Green Technology to Mitigate Climate Change 4 1

Acholi Paramount Chief David Onen Acana II acknowledges that the region is experiencing severe impacts of climate change which has affected agriculture and notes that through the adoption of green technology, such adverse effects can be reversed.
08:55
08:55

Minister Otafiire Issues 3-Months Ultimatum for Construction of Police Officers' Units

The Housing Project was initially launched in 2016 by then Inspector General of Police Gen Edward Kale Kayihura with the construction of 10,000 housing units. The project started with the construction of 360 units at Naguru police headquarters as a pilot project.
07:21
07:21

Digital Innovations Boosting Insurance Growth 7

Protazio Sande says since the innovation awards started in 2020, the resultant innovations have made it easier for the public to deal with the insurance industry, hence the fast growth
07:13
07:13

40 Cows Shot Dead, 50 others injured in Amudat Amudat district 2 1

The UPDF confirmed the incident but said that the cows were killed in an exchange of fire between the Pokot armed warriors and the forces.
06:45
06:45

High Rate of Non-Compliance to HIV Medicines in School-Going Children Bothers MOH HIV in children 3

Dr Diana Atwine, the Permanent Secretary in the ministry said up to 28 per cent of children who are HIV positive are not on treatment despite the policy to enrol anyone who tests positive on treatment immediately.
Nov 2023 14 results