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08:23
08:23

Entebbe Mayor Dismisses Kaggwa's Lease Claims on Manyago Estate Wakiso District 1 5

Rulinda, who called a press conference to address the issue, clarified that there were no lease offers outside the terms of the consent agreement reached with the tenants in court three years ago.
08:16
08:16

UVRI Wins Another Five Year PEPFAR Grant Ministry of Health 5

Uganda traditionally receives US $500 million annually, facilitating diverse activities, including treatment for 1.4 million people living with HIV, a commitment ongoing for two decades since the fund's establishment by the US government, benefiting over fifty-five countries globally.
12:41
12:41

Impounded Fishing Gear Returned to Owners in Entebbe President Museveni 4 1

The fishing gear, 113 motorcycles, three bicycles, and one vehicle were impounded last year in different operations to clamp down on fishing malpractices in several areas of Entebbe.
15:55
15:55

Fear No Law - Chief Justice Urges New Judges Judiciary Uganda 3

The CJ revealed plans to decentralize the Inspectorate of Court to enhance supervision, ensure judicial accountability, and combat corruption. Drawing an analogy from the Bible, Dollo emphasized the need for judicial officers to uphold their responsibilities transparently.
16:43
16:43

Mao Paints Uganda’s Political Transition, Asks Acholi to Position Itself 4

Acholi living and working in Entebbe formed an association to pursue the development of their homeland. President Museveni donated 50 million Shillings in cash.
10:51
10:51

Former LRA Rebel Leader Wants Teaching Job UPDF 1

State Minister for Defense, Oleru Huda Abason, who was the chief guest, promised Olango that she would pursue his request by consulting with the Ministry of Public Service to determine if his age would allow him to be reenrolled.
11:54
11:54

Deputy Speaker Tayebwa Wants Death Penalty Repealed 5

Speaking at the opening of a four-day convention for Advocates from several English-speaking African countries at Imperial Resort Hotel - Entebbe, Tayewa said he was expressing a personal opinion on issues he felt so passionate about.
08:08
08:08

Chief Justice Outlines Strategies to Address Delays, Case Backlog Judiciary Uganda 4 2 Top story

Speaking at a five-day induction/retreat for 28 judges elevated to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as newly appointed judges, Dollo announced plans to decentralize the Court of Appeal by creating regional circuits in Mbale, Gulu, Jinja, Mbarara, and Fort Portal.
14:41
14:41

Religious Leaders Call for Dialogue, End of Persecution of Political Opponents IRCU 2

According to Sserwanda, they are undertaking advocacy to ensure that a credible and peaceful political process is delivered.
14:52
14:52

African Parliamentarians Call for Scrutiny of International Instruments on Family Values and Sovereignty Homosexuality 5 2

Sarah Opendi, a former minister now chairing the Women Parliamentary Association, explained that representatives from 45 countries had been invited, but only 24 African countries managed to respond positively due to the short notice.
14:28
14:28

United Nations, Courts Accused of Aiding Global Plan to Destroy Family Values Uganda Parliament 3 3

Speaking at the two-day forum, Information Minister Dr Chris Baryomunsi said Africans had suffered various ills at the hands of western nations including slavery, colonialism, destruction of African social-political values and now pushing an imperial cultural agenda.
16:04
16:04

Cocaine Catch Worth UGX 4.5billion Seized, Nigerian, Entebbe Airport Staff Charged 2 Top story

According to the charge sheet, Airport police slapped Madu with two counts of unlawful possession of psychotropic substances and illegal trafficking of psychotropic substances contrary to sections 4(1) and 2(9) of the Narcotic Drugs and psychotropic substances (Control) Act of 2016.
07:54
07:54

UN, Gov't in Talks to Renew Human Rights Office Mandate United Nations 3 3 Top story

About a week ago, the government through a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the mandate of the OCHCR, which ends in March this year would not be renewed because the government and local institutions had developed the capacity to monitor, promote and protect human rights without external support.
10:57
10:57

Uganda Has 5M Child Wives-UN UNICEF 3

Speaking at the launch and dissemination workshop of the second National Strategy to end Child Marriages and Teenage Pregnancies (NSCMTP) in Entebbe, Vedasto Nsanzungwanko, the Chief of the section of Child Protection, said that at a national level, 34% of the marriages had females who were married off before clocking eighteen
19:52
19:52

EU Delegation to Engage Gov’t, Partners Despite Anti-EACOP Resolution 4

Nicolas Gonze, the Head of Governance and Human Rights at the EU Delegation in Kampala says that the delegation will continue engaging the parties in Uganda's oil industry regarding the preservation of the environment, the ecosystem and respect for human rights during the implementation of the projects.
14:56
14:56

Schools Allow Late Payment but Increase Feeding Fees to Cover Rising Prices 8 3

Rather than sending away learners who haven't paid anything, school administrators have granted grace periods of varying lengths, under the logic that in any case, they will learners will still pay the full amount whether they attend all the term or not.
08:50
08:50

Gov't Yet to Submit Regular Human Rights Reports 6 2

The OHCHR Country Representative Richard Kotchani noted that since 2016 when the Human Rights Recommendations Database was launched various gaps have been observed as regards the submission of reports.
14:03
14:03

UNRA Asks Court to Dismiss Suit Over Absence of Streetlights on Entebbe Expressway 6

UNRA says the Entebbe expressway project and the Northern Bypass "are some of the newly completed roads in the country and were designed and implemented in accordance with acceptable standards for Roads and Bridges and in compliance with the national policies, laws, regulations and industry practice."
08:38
08:38

Widow Accuses Three SFC Soldiers Of Assault 5 4 Top story

According to Nampijja, the soldiers based at the SFC barracks in Nsamizi, Entebbe Municipality have made her life difficult since she is currently unable to work, walk or sit on her own yet she is the sole breadwinner to her three children aged 25, 15 and 8 years.
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