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10:45
10:45

Works Ministry Shuts Down all Driving Permit Issuing Offices COVID-19 in Uganda 1

According to the ministry, the shutdown takes effect immediately and offices such as Face Technologies where Ugandans go to process driving permits will not be open starting today
15:22
15:22

UNRA Advises Motorists to Avoid Using Masaka - Kampala Highway 1 2

But Mark Ssali, the Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA Spokesperson says heavy traffic flow on the road is instead inconveniencing the ongoing works by their technical teams which may slow down the work progress.
15:38
15:38

Enforcement of Maritime Laws Fails, a Year After MV Templar Accident 1 3

Alex Mugoya, a vessel captain with Kalangala Infrastructure Service Maritime Department suggests that the technology used by vessels should be merged with modern GPS technology and echo sounders to help captains navigate the lake with knowledge of items beneath while measuring the distance and depth of the lake.
13:10
13:10

Docking Piers Rotting Away 1 3

Piers currently in an appalling state include the Buwaya pier for the Buwaya ferry, the Buvuma – Kiyindi pier for the Buvuma ferry, Bukasa pier and that for residents in Namayingo and Sigulu islands. They are either broken, submerged by water or neglected.
07:05
07:05

Museveni Commissions Nyendo-Bukakata Road Works 4 1

The 41 kilometers road, which connects Masaka district to Kalangala Islands through Bukakata landing site has been appearing in the last thirteen National budget framework papers. The road would become unmotorable during the rainy season because of its sorry state.
14:29
14:29

Two Injured As Mob Raids Atiak Police Post

The angry mob raided the police post baying for the blood of the driver of the trailer prompting police to use live bullets to disperse them.
14:29
14:29

Masaka Residents Demonstrate Over Bad Road 2 5

The protestors barricaded the road using tree trunks, logs, wreckages of kiosks, big stones and set huge fire at various spots along the about 13 kilometer road
18:36
18:36

New Nile Bridge Changes Jinja-Buikwe Skyline bridges

The 525m-long bridge is expected to be the first cable-stayed bridge in East Africa crossing Victoria Nile and linking the Northern Corridor that connects Kenya with the Democratic Republic of Congo. It will replace the Nalubaale Bridge which was built in 1954. It is estimated to cost over USD 27 million. Construction of the bridge commenced in 2014.
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