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08:01
08:01

Hearing of Case Against Suspended Mak Students Deferred Makerere University 1

Prossy Katongole Kyazze, the secretary to the Students Disciplinary Committee of Makerere University says hearing of all cases has been cancelled to allow the graduation ceremonies to proceed.
18:33
18:33

From LRA Jungle to Mak; A Former Child Soldier’s Graduation Ordeal leadership 1 4

Born January 14, 1995, at St Joseph Hospital Kitgum Mission to Christine Apiyo a nurse and George Oluma, a politician and ex-soldier, Obedgiu studied at Mbuya Nursery School and later went to Kitgum boys for the primary one and two before moving to ABC Primary School in Rackoko, Pader district.
11:15
11:15

MPs Demand Land Fund Utilisation Report From Minister uganda land fund 4 3

Bubulo West MP, Rose Mutonyi says that the lands ministry should provide the number of beneficiaries already compensated and those demanding payment.
11:45
11:45

Joseph N. Biribonwa Appointed NIRA Board Chairperson Bemanya Twebaze 1 Top story

Joseph Biribonwa, the former Vice Chairman of the Electoral Commission, boasts of more than 40 years of professional experience, in the area of democracy and governance, management and administration and finance and corporate governance.
07:06
07:06

Man Barricades Himself Inside House, Torches It domestic violence 3 3 Top story

The man only identified as Juma told residents after being rescued from the burning house that he caught his wife, Eseza Kusasira red handed cheating on him with another, which prompted him to end his life.
17:07
17:07

One Person Arrested, Two Others Wanted in Makindye Girl's Murder 1 2

Kirabo was kidnapped and strangled by unknown person’s moments after she was sent to buy spices at a shop located about 20 meters from her grandmother’s home. Her body was found in an incomplete building in Makindye Division, over the weekend.
17:17
17:17

Enormous Emergencies Blamed for Mother's Death at Kawempe Hospital 3

Dr Nehemiah Katusiime, the Executive Director of Kawempe National Referral Hospital says that an internal investigation shows that they could not conduct the surgery in time due to the overwhelming number of emergencies that kept coming and were worse than the mother.
14:55
14:55

Court Rules Brian Bagyenda Has Case to Answer butabika hospital 1

On Friday, Justice Moses Kazibwe ruled that Bagyenda and his co-accused have to defend themselves against the evidence produced to court by the 16 prosecution witnesses.
16:55
16:55

First Rotary Peace Centre in Africa Opened at Makerere University 6 4

According to Bryn Styles, the head of Rotary Peace Centres the centre will provide hands-on experience to complement coursework that addresses topics including human rights, governance, and the role of the media in conflict.
07:28
07:28

Justice Tabaro, Mak Staff Lawyer Clash Over Submissions authority 1 2

“I will not suffer impolite language. I don’t want impolite language here. One of the things you learn under reconciliation is polite language,” said Justice Tabaro.
17:15
17:15

Former UEB Employees Run to Court Over Transport Allowances liquidation 1

They say that the company had committed to deposit the money within a space of four weeks after the termination, together with their terminal benefits. However, the applicants claim that they were shocked to discover in 2016 that although the government disbursed the money, it was never deposited on their bank accounts.
16:54
16:54

Two Arrested as Police Battles Dunamiscoins Fraud Victims in Kampala 1

The exchange had convinced a number of people to join its network by promising 40-per cent returns on cash investments. The exchange also asked all those interested in seeking consideration for its crypto and blockchain-based jobs to pay an application fee of USD 5 (20,000 Shillings). Up to 50 people had applied for jobs as marketing executives, cashiers, managers, and office assistants.
14:11
14:11

Kutesa, Mugambage Clash Over Release of Rwandan Nationals 2

The seven, who had been charged with illegal possession of firearms, include Rene Rutagungira, Bahati Pacifique Mugenga, Emmanuel Rwamucho, Augustine Rutayisire, Charles Byaruhanga, Etienne Nsanzabahizi and Claude Iyakaleme, who were all arrested between 2017 and 2018 in Kampala and Mbarara.
16:00
16:00

Kyagulanyi Cancels Gulu Consultations 5 3 Top story

Addressing journalists at his office in Kamwokya this afternoon, Kyagulanyi said they got briefed by their advance team that the venue where they have planned to hold the consultative meeting had been sealed off by police and that majority of his supporters were already facing intimidation.
15:34
15:34

Civil Society Wants Court to Interpret POMA National NGO forum 5 1 Top story

Charity Kalebbo Ahimbisibwe, the Head of Communication and Advocacy at Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda-CCEDU, says police often interprets POMA the way it wants.
11:09
11:09

MP Rwakajara to Return Minimum Wage Bill 2

Rwakajara is hopeful that Frank Tumwebaze who has replaced Janat Mukwaya as minister for Gender, Labour and Social Development will consider supporting the Bill so that it is assented to.
15:16
15:16

Rubella's Double Jeopardy; a Mothers Pain of Raising Deaf-Blind Children Ministry of Health 3 1

Rubella, also known as German measles, is a contagious disease caused by a virus. Its symptoms include; fevers, sore throat and a rash that starts from the head and spreads to other parts of the body. It is estimated that the disease is the leading cause of deaf-blindness.
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13:42

Bicycle Scam Convict Handed Himself in Days after Judgment– Source lc bicycle scandal 1

Erongot was convicted together with John Muhanguzi Kashaka, Henry Bamutura, Adam Aluma, Robert Mwebaze and Timothy Musherure, for causing a financial loss of 4.2 billion Shillings to the government after misappropriated money meant for the purchase of bicycles for Local council leaders across the country.
12:45
12:45

Mak Law School on Spot for Blocking Student From Studies university 2

On March 31, 2015, the Makerere University School of Law Examinations and malpractices, Irregularities and Appeals Committee convicted Musiimenta for cheating in an examination.
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13:54

On Duty All-Year-Round; The Agony of Having a No-Holiday Job 4 2

Currently deployed at Kawempe National Referral Hospital, Dr Luswata says they treat the sick, and sickness doesn't know public holidays.
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