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16:08
16:08

New Law to Enforce, Implement Greening of Kampala City 2

According to the Kampala City Council Authority report of 2019 more than 60 % of natural trees in Kampala have been cleared in 10 years, due to infrastructure developments. This can be restored by making, implementation and enforcement of new ordinances.
11:10
11:10

11 Candidates Run in Kampala Lord Mayor Race lord mayor election 5

Kampala district registrar and returning officer Frederick Muwaya says there are 36 contenders for division lord mayors, and 484 for Kampala Capital City Authority councilors and 2,904 for division councilors.
13:59
13:59

Businesses in Kampala Metropolitan Area Close over Protests 2020/2021 campaigns

The most affected areas are Nakasero, Kisekka and St Balikuddembe markets, Usafi, New taxi Parks, Namayiba Bus Terminal and Mengo Kisenyi. More Arcades have also been closed and people ordered to go back home as the army and police patrol the roads.
11:35
11:35

Garbage Collection Company Accused of Poor Waste Disposal garbage dumping 4 1

Several residents in areas along Kiteezi – Kabaga road have raised concerns about the trucks which dump garbage along the roads and near their homes. The most affected villages include Nameere, Kizingiza, Lusanja, Kiteezi, Kabaga and Kabwoko.
13:17
13:17

Hundreds Stranded as 260 Taxis Fail to Resume Operations in Luweero taxi driver 3 2

Asuman Kaaya the Secretary of Luweero Town Council Taxi Management Association says that there are over 260 taxis operating from Luweero to Kampala city but none have acquired route charts to ply on the road.
18:27
18:27

Kampala's Poor Air Quality Attributed to Urbanisation kampala air quality 1

Dr. Daniel Okello, the Acting Director of Public Health and Environment at Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) said at 162 µg/m3 currently Kampala is unsafe since the World Health recommendation of air quality is 25 µg/m3.
13:28
13:28

KCCA Procurement Officer Accused of Displacing 18 Families in Nakaseke eviction of tenants 4 1

Another affected resident Martin Kamugisha told the commission that he became homeless after losing 64 acres of his land to Tibelonda. He says that his resistance against the evicted was thwarted when he was charged with Criminal Trespass, convicted and jailed until he paid a sum of 4.2 million Shillings as a fine to regain his freedom.
12:30
12:30

Pedestrians Most Affected By Road Accidents- Police Report passenger 2 1

According to the 2017 Annual Crime and Road Safety Report, pedestrians were the biggest victims of road accidents. At least 1,319 out of the 3,500 people killed in road accidents last year were pedestrians while 2,135 of the 10,420 injured persons were pedestrians. Drunkards, minors and school going children being the most affected.
17:53
17:53

KCCA: Government Directive on Vendors Final 1

According to Kaujju, government had already taken a decision to force the vendors to operate in gazetted places such as Usafi and Wandegeya markets.
15:31
15:31

Chaos as KCCA, Police Evict Vendors from Parks chaos in kampala 3 1

The development comes amid controversy over the eviction of vendors from the street of Kampala. Last week, the minister in Charge of Kampala Beti Olive Kamya announced that vendors would be evicted with immediate effect, as part of the efforts to restore trade order in the city.
15:19
15:19

Pictorial: Glamour as Kampala Celebrates Culture, Social life

This years Carnival introduced a festival rally, cycling and a vintage car show. Places of worship have also been set up for faithfuls who may need to worship while attending the festival.
10:32
10:32

Kampala Garbage Collection Row Deepens 4 1

In 2016, KCCA divided Kampala into seven zones, whose garbage collection is managed by Nabugabo Updeal, Home Clean Services and Kampala Solid Waste Consortium. The arrangement between the newly licensed companies meant the over 70 companies who had started operating earlier would not be collecting garbage.
08:55
08:55

KCCA Numbers Houses to Ease Service Delivery 2 1

Anent Adongo, a student says it is now easy to identify buildings by their numbers.
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