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10:07
10:07

Nakasongola Leaders Want Roads Damaged by Floods Rehabilitated 1 3

Many roads are now impassable over heavy rains and rising water levels of Lake Kyoga since 2020. Some roads are submerged by water, culverts collapsed and filled with potholes.
09:51
09:51

Construction Of USMID Roads Launched in Busia Municipality 7 2

The 19 Billion Shillings road project is funded by World Bank and the construction works have been awarded to Dott Services Limited.
18:44
18:44

Passengers Stranded after Homeland is Bus Impounded in Kiryandongo 1 2

Nelson Owili, a passenger who was traveling to Lamwo and was affected by the unfortunate event said they left Kampala at midday, and on reaching Kiryandongo at 5:00 pm, the bus was impounded and they were told it was in connection to failure to compensate an accident victim forcing them to board other means.
16:32
16:32

Men Increasingly Taking on Work Traditionally Assigned to Women-EPRC unpaid care work 1 2

Prof. Paul Bakuluki of Makerere University’s Department of Social Work and Social Administration who was one of the investigators said men had started unpaid care work such as preparing food, fetching water and cleaning whereas their female counterparts are embracing non-traditional roles such as paying for food and meeting costs of health care.
15:56
15:56

A Bricklaying Certificate Holder was Constructing a Five Floor Building, Then it Collapsed 1

“Designs in Uganda are always correct but the problem is at the implementation stage where the clients get builders who at most have a diploma in engineering to manage the projects. Some of these builders are awarded diplomas by Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board -UBTEB even after scoring zeroes in exams!" -Nick Twinamasiko, author and civil engineering consultant.
15:54
15:54

Entertainment Places, Health Ministry Step Up Covid 19 Vaccination 5 3

Under the initiative, UBL and other private sector players will support the scaling up of COVID-19 mobile sites in the greater Kampala Metropolitan area by sensitizing and mobilising the public to go and get vaccinated against COVID-19.
14:44
14:44

NSSF May Lower Interest to Savers as Benchmark Inflation Falls

Interest income grew from 1.40 trillion to 1.61 trillion Shillings, while dividend income grew from 62.2billion to 7.49billion Shillings, due to better business on stock markets in the region, where NSSF invested in stocks.
11:58
11:58

Fisheries Protection Unit Burns Illegal Fishing Gears in Kaberamaido 3

In an operation headed by the FPU commander, Col. Geoffrey Nuwagaba on Thursday, the army destroyed over 5,000 illegal fishing nets and several boats worth over 300 million shillings.
10:36
10:36

4,000 Approved for Cattle Compensation in Lira LRA insurgency 4

According to a list released by the Attorney General, out of the 10,085 claimants who had registered, 4,516 will be compensated.
20:48
20:48

Interim Market Leaders Protest Appointment of Market Masters 2 1

Kabanda accuses the interim leaders of failing to account for 697 Million Shillings they receive annually from the government.
18:04
18:04

Long Distance Truckers Name 24 Colleagues Killed by Gunmen in South Sudan strikes 2 2

A provisional list that dates back to 2013, includes names of 10 Eritrean nationals, eight Kenyans and six Ugandans. The Ugandans include, among others, Hajj Makanga Abdu, a Ugandan long-distance driver who was shot dead with his son, Umar Ssembuse aboard truck number UAH 151R, which was burnt at Ganjji – Yeri Road in March 2021.
17:22
17:22

Mukono Lorry Drivers, Cyclists Reject Daily Street Parking Fees 1 3

The municipality introduced charges for all vehicles and motorcycles parking alongside the streets of Central and Goma division to boost revenue collection and controlling traffic flow. Jeseneous limited was contracted to charge cars 1,000 Shillings per hour and 5,000 for a day while motorcycles are charged 1,000 Shillings a day.
17:18
17:18

Nakiwogo-Buwaya Ferry To Suspend Operations For Maintenance 3 2

The Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA says the Nakiwogo-Buwaya ferry will not work on Saturday and Sunday in order to undergo mandatory maintenance.
12:35
12:35

Kibaale to Get UGX 25Bn Modern Market vendors 2

The market once constructed will help accommodate over 500 vendors currently operating in the daily Karuguza market that is situated in Ruguuza cell, Karuguza town council. The market currently accommodates more than 200 vendors.
08:44
08:44

Dozens Stopped From Boarding Ferry Over COVID-19 Restrictions 4 3 Top story

Marine police officers have today turned away close to seventy people who showed up at Nakiwogo, Entebbe to board MV Kalangala Ferry.
17:51
17:51

Ignore Romour of Seizing Money in Dormant Accounts - Gov't 5 1

“Bank of Uganda will not take unclaimed balances lying idle on your accounts held either with Supervised Financial Institutions or Electronic Money Issuers,” says Minister Kasaija.
17:39
17:39

UPC Calls for Full Reopening of Economy 3

UPC head of Media and Communications Muzeyi Faizo, said that a fully functioning society will support the economy and equally raise enough revenue or income to finance the welfare of the citizens.
15:12
15:12

UGX 2,000 Cotton Price Excites Farmers in Acholi cotton farming 1 3

Jolly Sabune, the Chief Executive Officer CDO says this is the second-highest indicative price set for cotton, in the country and notes that it’s an incentive for farmers to boost cotton production.
11:14
11:14

Uganda, Tanzania to Bid Jointly for Oil Contracts 1 6 Top story

PSFU’s Karuhanga says in seeking to partner with Tanzanian companies, they not only hope to gain capacity to take on contracts, but also more power to negotiate partnerships with foreign companies. There are also fears that non-tariff barriers which have characterized the East African Community bloc could be an impediment to business activities between Uganda and Tanzania, especially regarding movement of goods and persons.
22:08
22:08

Taxi Operators Appeal to KCCA to Open Old Taxi Park 4

KCCA failed to complete works in three months as planned attributing the delay to COVID 19 which forced the country into lockdown during which movement of workers was limited. Heavy rains were also blamed for the delay.
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