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09:36
09:36

Masaka District Chairman, VP Ssekandi's Assistant Clash over Relief Supplies 1 3

The controversy stems from the distribution of relief supplies which include maize flour, Rice and beans totalling to two tons that were obtained from the Office of the Prime Minister, to benefit residents affected by floods when heavy rains hit different parts of Masaka district last month.
10:14
10:14

Pictorial; Kampala Taxi Parks, Streets go silent as Ban on Public Transport Bites

The city is silent, with just a few shops opening for business, with barely a vehicle in the parks across the city. Outside the gazetted parking areas, law endforcement officers are still struggling to control the movement of bodaboda cylists, some of who, are defying the presidential directive, against transporting passengers.
19:00
19:00

Buganda Kingdom Closes Offices for 14 Days COVID-19 1 1

Speaking to the media, Charles Peter Mayiga, the kingdom Katikkiro said that the move has been necessitated by yesterday’s ban on public transport by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. Majority of the Kingdom’s employees use public means to get to the Mengo based offices.
17:29
17:29

COVID-19 Control Measures Incomplete without Economic Relief - Opposition MPs Joel Ssenyonyi 5

Kira Municipality MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Ibrahim Nganda says that the measures are likely to affect a sizeable number of Ugandans, whose livelihood is dependent on their daily income. He says that the category of Nationals needs to be supported to overcome the distress that is likely to come with the measures.
16:50
16:50

Kampala MPs want Phased Implementation of Public Transport Ban boda boda 1 4

The MPs also want the stay of all loan repayments, lowering of the Central Bank lending rate, as well as food supplies for Ugandans who work from hand to mouth.
13:33
13:33

When Countries Declare a Lock-down to Fight COVID-19

A statement issued by the Prime Minister, Edouard Ngirente on Saturday banned all unnecessary movements outside home unless absolutely important like for medical supplies or shopping for food.
18:48
18:48

UHRC Asks Public to Comply to Covid-19 Guidelines Health Management 3 1

Amooti says that the public should appreciate the fact that human rights can be limited for purposes of public order, public health, public security and public morality.
11:10
11:10

Aduku Town Councillors Boycott Council Sessions Over Lack of Bicycles 2

The council in its sitting on 12th December last year, resolved to procure 29 bicycles for all councilors from the Discretionary Equalization Grant.
16:07
16:07

Cabinet Approves UGX 38b Loan From International Development Association

The project development objective is to support measures that facilitate increased private investment in the Tourism sector and strengthen the effectiveness of the Land Administration System.
10:46
10:46

Ntungamo LCV Chairperson Faulted for Allocating Land to Microfinance Support Centre Corruption 5 2

Hanny Turyaheebwa, the Chief administrative officer,says the chairperson and his executive approved the given out land to be given to micro finance support center as they wait for council to convene.
06:36
06:36

KCCA Considers Suspending Fees Collection in Markets, Parks 1 Top story

Lukwago says KCCA cannot afford to install such facilities at all its facilities and therefore said the people in these places need to be empowered through the temporary suspension of fees such that they can be able to avail the required facilities using the money saved from fees. Lukwago says the decision will be discussed in Council on March 30th for ratification and implementation.
10:14
10:14

CDOs Faulted for Failing Gov’t Programmes in Acholi economic status. 1 4

Local leaders in the region have accused the officers of laxity in mobilizing, sensitizing and training beneficiaries of Government programmes aimed at improving household incomes to alleviate poverty.
16:38
16:38

Parties Feel Pinch of Ban on Political Gatherings COVID 19 5 1

Leaders of the opposition political parties who spoke to Uganda Radio Network have misgivings about the presidential directive.
15:29
15:29

KCCA Yet to Install Hand Washing Facilities in Public Places 3 5

According to World Health Organisation, hand washing is a very effective way to Control the Corona Virus that has affected 225,962 people globally, 611 of which are on the African continent.
00:13
00:13

Quarantined COVID-19 travelers protest against Uganda restrictions COVID -19 outbreak 1 6 Top story

About 45 foreigners and Ugandan nationals at one of the hotels selected by the Ministry of health for self-quarantine say the high fees charged and how the hotel administration has handled them is not fair.
20:14
20:14

JEEMA Punches Holes in Museveni COVID-19 Guidelines Asuman Basaalirwa 4 3

The Justice Forum President, Asuman Basaalirwa, says that rather than close schools, government should have kept there and ensured they are safe. He says some parents may not be able to manage their children better than government.
20:03
20:03

Don’t Wait For FID, Rubondo Tells Oil and Gas Suppliers Tullow Pty Uga 3 1 Top story

Rubondo like other players insists that Final Investment Decision is simply an event adding that what is a key is for those planning to participate is to make adequate preparations as well as participate in ongoing works.
19:06
19:06

COVID 19: KCCA Bans Weekly, Open and Roadside Markets Law Enforcement 2 5

The Minister for Kampala Metropolitan Affairs, Betty Amongi, says only gazetted markets will be allowed to operate. She says weekly market commonly known as Mubuulo are usually overcrowded and bring together traders from different parts of the country, which poses a health risk.
14:10
14:10

Three Ishaka-Bushenyi Municipal Officials Interdicated Interdiction 2

The officials are Deus Nuwagaba the Municipal Engineer, Jackson Muhwezi Collins the Municipal Treasurer and Roberto Nuwagira, the Municipal procurement officer.
07:24
07:24

Kyambogo University Guild Elections Indefinitely Suspended 1

In a statement issued by Mildred Tibananuka’ the Kyambogo University Dean of students on Wednesday, the elections will be held when the school resumes operations in a month.
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