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15:10
15:10

Journalists Restricted from Accessing Parliament Covid-19 1

Only 50 journalists OF 250 accredited to cover Parliament will access Parliament in the next 30 days following a move by Parliament to suspend non critical staff and ban visit.
07:22
07:22

Cinemas in Kampala Close President Museveni 1

The Cinema management announced a closure at 3:00 pm on their social media pages and website saying; “Until real life does not feel like a movie, We Are Closed.”
17:04
17:04

Coronavirus Outbreak in Uganda Will be Milder-Experts 3 1

Musenero who was appointed senior presidential advisor on epidemics on Monday says there are a lot of myths around infection with COVID which have sent the public into unnecessary panic. She clarified that even as everybody is jumping on the sanitizer bandwagon leading to their prices skyrocketing, using just usual soap and water in addition to avoiding touching the nose, mouth and eyes is sufficient enough.
16:52
16:52

ACME Organised Journalism Awards Return 1

The African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) has announced the return of the Uganda National Journalism Awards after It was cancelled in May 2018 over funding challenges.
18:18
18:18

Ministry of Health to Spray Travellers With Disinfectants 1 2

According to the health ministry, all travellers and their luggage will be sprayed as they disembark from aircrafts.
14:23
14:23

Media Literacy Vital for Combating Fake News, Hate Speech- Analysts 1 3

Mirjam Gehrke, the DW Akademie Country Coordinator for Uganda told journalists in Kampala that the goal is to ensure that citizens and media consumers across the region can distinguish between false and real news, separate fact from opinion and evaluate bias in the media.
16:17
16:17

Govt, Speaker Inject UGX 13M in UPPA SACCO 4 7 Top story

Speaking at the launch on Thursday, the Micro Finance State Minister, Haruna Kasolo advised the SACCO leaders to encourage a saving culture among journalists to avoid depending on contributions from well-wishers.
07:34
07:34

Professor Mbowa Hailed for Commercialising Ugandan Theater 4 1 Top story

Kulabako said because of the introduction of theater for development by Professor Mbowa, some of her students like Andrew Benon Kibuuka, started incorporating her formats in their productions.
16:55
16:55

Identity Thefts Fueling Cyber Crime - Police robbery 1

In 2018, unsuspecting members of public including several police officers were fleeced of money by a one Geoffrey Kalele, a resident of Kalitumba, Magada Sub county, Namutumba District when he created and used a Facebook page in the names of the IGP Martin Okoth Ochola, to solicit money from them in the pretense of helping them acquire better offices and promotions.
19:34
19:34

Pictorial; Celebrating Black History Month in Uganda Sauti Ya Africa

A special concert featuring music spanning three centuries that reflects the African American experience in the United States from slavery in the 1800’s up through the Civil Rights era of the 1960s and through the present day left many upbeat, as they walked down memory lane.
09:49
09:49

Ugandan Activist Accuses Media of Racism After She is Cropped Out of Picture 2

The photo, where Vanessa Nakate stood with other prominent climate activists Greta Thunberg, Luisa Neubauer, Loukina Tille, and Isabelle Axelsson was distributed when she was cut out. They were attending the annual World Economic Forum.
13:07
13:07

Getting Frequency Delaying Radio Project - Kadaga 5 1

Kadaga is optimistic that the designated Minister for ICT, Judith Nabakooba and Deputy, Peter Ogwang will fast track acquisition of the frequency for the Parliament Radio.
16:12
16:12

Police Brutality; Journalists, Police Clash Again in Kampala 6 1

The Uganda Police on Monday morning foiled a procession by Journalists aimed at Petitioning the Inspector General of Police, on Police brutality towards the media.
16:30
16:30

UJA Announces Boycott of Police Activities Makerere university 4 2

“To all members of the fourth estate, this is not just an individual. It is about the dreams we share, the aspirations we have and the responsibilities we have before the citizens of Uganda to serve them in a free, protected and safe environment. Let no journalist cover a police related activity,” Kazibwe asks journalists.
10:42
10:42

Museveni's Social Media Presence Excites Public 2

In his Facebook post of 6,292 words, Museveni applauds a number of people who he refers to as the Bazzukulu (grandchildren) and responds to several demands and criticism about his government. In the posts, Museveni also directs some of the government officials including State House comptroller Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, State House Anti-corruption unit, Lt Col Edith Nakalema, Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng and Finance Minister Matia Kasaija to respond to some of the concerns from his followers.
15:08
15:08

Gov’t to Finally Set up Communication Tribunal lack of judges 1 1

Vincent Bagiire, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Information Communications and Technology, says they have reached a consensus to set up a tribunal within the next three to six months.
14:59
14:59

Pope Francis Urges African Prelates to ‘Remain Strengthened’ 18th SECAM plenary 3

The message from the Holy See was read by the Apostolic Nuncio to Uganda His Excellency Archbishop Luigi Bianco at Rubaga Cathedral where all bishops in Africa converged for mass ahead of the SECAM’s 18th plenary.
15:56
15:56

Lawyer Asked to Pull Down Offensive Posts Against Justice Murangira Eron Kiiza 1

“In the said posts, you expressly and by innuendo refer to the presiding judge; Justice Joseph Murangira as a “Mafia” a member of “the troublesome trio” and also attach multifarious photos of the learned judge clad in judicial robes. You accuse him of “mishandling the case”, playing games and being “in bed with tormentors” and “biased’’ among others,” Kinobe states in his July 17th letter to Kiiza.
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Broadcasters Faulted for Failing to Stand up to UCC media freedom 3 1

The matter came up this morning when a team of NAB officials led by Vice chairperson Peter Ssematimba was today appearing before the Parliamentary Committee on Human rights to answer to cases of rights violations of Journalists, UCC directives and poor pay for journalists by media houses.
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13:28

Radio Will Shape Image of Parliament-MPs parliament radio 1 3

Members of parliament have welcomed the proposal to set up a parliament radio station saying it will help in stopping the misrepresentation of MPs and Parliament and what they debate
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