Breaking

Archive

Nov 88 results
16:31
16:31

Orion Investigated for Vandalizing Umeme Transformers 3 2 Top story

Orion Transformers and Electrics Limited specializes in the supply, repair and export of industrial automation equipment. It is one of the companies contracted by Umeme to repair its transformers.
15:54
15:54

Formation of SACCOs Stirs Confusion Among Emyooga Beneficiaries in Mukono 1 3

Several group members claim that they were promised to receive and have full control of the funds by the district leaders after fulfilling all the requirements, but are instead directed to form and register their groups under SACCOs at the Sub-county level.
14:39
14:39

Mukono Market Vendors Protest Over Prolonged Blackout Mukono Police 3

The vendors staged demos at 3 points in the market, burning tyres in the middle of the road and blocking vehicles that tend to opt for the route as a way of beating the traffic on the Kampala- Jinja highway.
12:02
12:02

NRM Music Studio Stirs Controversy among Members in Mukono 1 3

The studio known as M-records, was set up at the beginning of this month in fulfilment of a pledge that was made by President Yoweri Museveni six years ago, to support talented party members, to record audio and visual productions at a lower cost.
14:04
14:04

Investment Authority Forms Team to Monitor COVID-19 SOPs in Industrial Parks 2 1

The task force will be operating under the Mukono district task force to ensure implementation of spacing guidelines within working areas, the availability of sanitizing and handwashing stations, use of temperature guns and fumigation of busy places.
07:48
07:48

Mukono Diocese Turns Nakanyonyi Conference Hall into Face Mask Factory 1 2 Top story

Debrah Zawedde Ssetyabule, the Manager of Entrepreneurship center, says they are operating the workshop in partnership with Uganda Tailoring Association, which is responsible for producing and distribution of government masks in the country. He says they are also targeting the wider market of church founded schools and institutions.
05:16
05:16

Mukono Diocese Halts Production of Mosquito Nets as Market Dwindles 2 1

Deborah Zawedde Ssetyabule, the entrepreneurship centre manager says the Diocese has the capacity to produce 200 mosquito nets every day. But the production capacity can only be meaningful when there is a ready market for them, she adds.
12:57
12:57

UCU Fundraising to Support Lecturers Affected by Lockdown 1 2

Dr Mushengyezi says most of the affected 300 workers who have families and relatives to care for are struggling at this time and need support in terms of food and other essentials.
18:19
18:19

UCU Secures Free Internet Services for its e-Learning Platform 2 2

UCU Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academics Rev Dr John Kitayimbwa says that as they ponder the way forward, a new arrangement was sought through which all students will be required to purchase MTN sim cards that will give them access to internet hotspots within the university campus.
06:10
06:10

UCU Vice-Chancellor Roots for an Industrial Park on Ntaawo Land 2 2

The land measuring about 649 acres was donated to Bishop Tucker Theological College in 1939 by the family of the late Ham Mukasa. The donation was endorsed by Governor and it was authenticated, as a freehold facility. In 2010, the Church of Uganda transferred the land to UCU Holdings Ltd as part of efforts to build an endowment under the university.
18:22
18:22

Mukono Residents Pursue Redevelopment of Kyetume Abattoir ICD 3 3

The abattoir, sitting on 40 acres of land at Kyetume trading centre near the Uganda Railway Corporation inland container depot in Mukono, was set up in the 1960s. At the time, it housed the biggest slaughterhouse and a cattle market in the Central region.
07:39
07:39

Mukono District Fails to Utilize Multimillion Borehole Drilling Machine 1 2

The leadership of the district at the time hoped that the equipment will provide a lasting solution to water scarcity in the area. Their plan was to also use the equipment as another source of revenue for the district by hiring it out to other local governments if they planned to drill boreholes in their areas.
16:45
16:45

Ugandan Designs Locally-made COVID-19 Sanitizing Booth 3 4

The Chamber is installed with automated sensors to detect the presence of a human being and a fog spray machine infused with organic covalent silver alkaline water to produce a mist that fumigates the entire human body.
14:54
14:54

UCDA Draws More Youth into Coffee Value Chain Coffee farming 1

The authority started by training youth groups on understanding coffee legislation, coffee garden handling, crop management skills and harvest, post-harvest handling and storage, skills of a barista and managing coffee businesses in gardens and shops.
05:07
05:07

Fires Guts Mattress Depot in Mukono Town 2 2

The fire started at around 7: 30 p.m. burning more than 50 mattresses into ashes and partially damaging more than 200 others.
11:23
11:23

From Brick to Plastic Walls: Mukono Teacher Builds Green Houses with Plastic Bottles 4 3

Allan Obbo, the founder of the project says it has demonstrated that littered plastic bottles can be an alternative building material as well cleaning the environment.
17:32
17:32

Private School Teachers in Mukono Opt for Casual Jobs for Survival 4 2

Micheal Matherere, a primary seven science teacher we found clearing a community road at Ttakajunge in Nama Sub County, together with five others, told URN that he has been involved in all kinds of work to support his family since the lockdown because his employer stopped remitting salaries during the same month that the schools were closed.
06:12
06:12

Mukono Municipality Posts Ugx 100m to Secure Land Lease Mukono Diocese 1 2

The municipality entered into an agreement with the diocese to pay 200 million Shillings in a period of four years to secure a new 99-year lease for the land. The initial lease expired in 2015.
16:20
16:20

Katosi Town Council Seeking Space to Construct New Fish Shelter Katosi landing site 2 2

The submerged shelter worth shillings 50 million is where fish is assembled from the boats before it is weighed and loaded into trucks.
11:57
11:57

Katosi Water Project Workers Protest Salary Reductions SOGEA Satom ltd 1 3

Robert Ssembajja, one of the affected workers, says that they are entitled to salaries ranging between 450,000 to 900, 000 Shillings. He, however, says that they received between 100, 000 to 250, 000 Shillings for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors. He however, says that they received between Shillings 100, 000 to 250, 000 for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors.
Nov 88 results