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May 2020 7 results
18:13
18:13

Workers Union Blames Collapsing Buildings on Gov't Laxity 1 4

The Union Secretary Mesilamu Oloka while visiting the site today also blames Kampala Capital City Authority for failing to follow up the matter and ensure compliance, when its technical team raised a red flag on the construction.
16:39
16:39

COVID-19 Disruptions Could Cause 500,000 Extra Deaths from HIV Winnie Byanyima 1 Top story

Curtailment of these services by COVID-19 for six months could see new child HIV infections rise drastically, by as much as 37 per cent in Mozambique, 78 per cent in Malawi, 78 per cent in Zimbabwe and 104 per cent in Uganda.
16:15
16:15

Katikkiro Condemns Torture of MP Francis Zaake Zaake torture 1

Today, while speaking from his home in Lweza, in his annual State of the Kingdom Address, Mayiga said, that not even a child can believe the government said of the story. He added that he was most concerned about the tribal undertones that Zaake describes in his social media post about what happened to him.
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12:25

Specialists Ridicule Plan to Supply Self-Study Materials to Special Needs Learners 4 1

Christine Kirungi, a disability inclusion facilitator, notes that the program is outright damaging for many students with disabilities who require a strong, close-knit network of people supporting their often multiple and complex needs. She says that in the absence of the support system, learning for such children is a nightmare.
12:12
12:12

Gen. Tumukunde Out on Bail 1 Top story

Justice Kwesiga ordered Tumukunde, who is standing trial for treason and illegal possession of firearms, to deposit his passport with court and report to the High Court Registrar once each month for the extension of his bail on the treason charges.
10:13
10:13

Health Centre In-Charge Killed in Land Row Land Wrangles 2 1 Top story

Paulo Okeny, the Alero Sub County LCIII chairperson, the angry youths accused the deceased of causing the arrest and subsequent remand of their mother only identified as Labol over a land dispute.
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07:44

Families Storm Opposition Leader’s Home Demanding Food Aid Gulu Municipality. 2 1 Top story

Geoffrey Oceng, a concerned resident of Gulu Town argues that many people might continue storming the residences of their leaders because of starvation resulting from the delayed government response to the needy.
May 2020 7 results