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Nov 2019 9 results
20:44
20:44

Accelerator Lab Launched to Solve Development Challenges Mary Karooro Okurut 3 4

Innocent Ejolu says SDGs like Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-being for all, Quality Education for all, clean Water and Sanitation and climate action are lagging behind hence calling for other ways to achieve them by 2030 as planned.
18:22
18:22

IGG Expands Anti-Graft Asset Recovery to 8 Regional Countries 1 3

Through the Asset Recovery Unit of the Inspectorate, the state agency says it has commenced informal collaborations with the Asset Recovery Inter-Agency Network for Eastern Africa, regional Inspectorates of Government and other Anti-graft coalitions around the Continent and the world.
15:15
15:15

Jinja District Gets New Land Board Chairperson member

David Musenze’s name was proposed by the district executive committee led by vice-chairperson, Florence Asio.
14:35
14:35

Agric tech entrepreneurs win government business with flagship project World Bank 1

Start-ups and innovators pitched for funding, business and support in front of a jury of experts at the Disruptive Agricultural Technology (DAT) Challenge and Conference at Speke Resort Munyoyo
12:20
12:20

Soroti Residents Challenge Opposition MPs on Emolument Electoral Reforms 4 1 Top story

George William Okoit, the Soroti Municipality Youth councilor questioned why MPs from the opposition are silent on issues of their emolument but very vocal on others affecting Ugandans.
11:41
11:41

Peer Review Mechanism to Adopt Museveni’s Bottlenecks to Africa's Development government 2 1

Prof. Eddy Maloka, APRM Chief Executive Officer, says the agency feels that the bottlenecks highlight almost all the cross-cutting issues which are affecting all states in the continent.
07:42
07:42

MUBS Staff Run to Court Over Salary Disparities 3 2

The staff through their lawyers Kesiime & Co. Advocates, want the business school to pay a whooping shillings 57.5billion being their salary arrears arising from imposing them on a wrong salary scale.
07:22
07:22

Population Experts Introduce New Investment Rule Book For Uganda 1 1

The new investment rule book which prioritizes human capital development is capable of propelling Uganda’s Per Capita Gross Domestic Product from US$ 1,066 (approximately 4 Million Shillings) in 2017 base year to US$ 9,523 (UGX 33.4 Million) by the year 2040 when it expects to incline into the Middle Income Status.
06:58
06:58

DP Ready to Hand Over IPOD Leadership Democratic Change 2

The IPOD leadership rotates among subscribing the parties. The term of DP expired on September 20th, 2019. DP was expected to handover the IPOD leadership to FDC but this didn’t happen. DP said FDC hadn’t been committed to IPOD, which made it doubtful if they could take over and commit to its leadership.
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