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17:47
17:47

Nandala Mafabi: LOP is a Challenging Job 4

Nandala said as LOP there is pressure to act in a dignified manner yet their opponents can act without honor, provocatively and almost in a mob justice style.
17:17
17:17

Parliament Committee Chairpersons to Face Sanctions Over Delayed Reports 1

While chairing the first session Jacob Oulanya, the deputy speaker of parliament warned that there will be sanctions for all committee chairpersons who fail to submit their reports in time.
17:07
17:07

Star Ekiring To Miss Uganda International Badminton Open simon mugabi 1

Simon Mugabi, the UBA Chief Executive Officer says the player entered the tournament well knowing that he would meet his flight cost but has now changed his mind.
16:47
16:47

International Arrest Warrant Issued for Illegal Ivory Dealers ivory trade

Owino Odhiambo, a Kenyan national and his colleague Emmile Kayumba Ogane believed to be Congolese were implicated a scandal which involved the trafficking about 1000 kilograms of ivory impounded by Uganda Revenue Authority last year.
16:34
16:34

Uganda, South Sudan Feud Over UPDF Funding 1

Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa says the Ugandan government is footing the bill for its army currently deployed in South Sudan. The statement comes in the wake of comments made by the South Sudan Defence Minister Kuol Manyang that the South Sudan government was fully funding UPDF’s operations in South Sudan.
16:16
16:16

Mafabi: Wafula Oguttu Has My Full Support as New LOP fdc wrangles 1 Top story

I want to assure you Rt. Hon. Speaker and Members that the incoming new Leader of Opposition is a distinguished gentleman, elder and statesman. I want to assure Honorable Wafula Oguttu of my total support. Please call on me whenever need arises.
16:01
16:01

UPDF Withdraw From South Sudan Expected In Two Months - Minister 1

A phased withdrawal of Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) will take place in not less than two months, the minister for Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa has disclosed.
14:49
14:49

Anti-Pornography Law Coming At The Right Time - Lokodo child ponography 3 2

Ethics and Integrity Minister Father Simon Lokodo says the anti-pornography Act will mend gaps where insidious enticements, misleading behavior and poisoning character of persons has been perpetrated. Lokodo announced today that President Yoweri Museveni early this month signed into law the Anti-Pornography Bill 2011, which was passed by parliament in December last year.
14:20
14:20

Wandegeya Market Vendors Seek Lower Dues market dues 2 4

According to KCCA, all vendors occupying the ground floor of the refurbished market will be charged a monthly due of UGX 50,000, the second floor charge is UGX 40,000 while those on the third floor will be charged between UGX 80,000 and 100,000. They are however granted a three months grace period. But the vendors are now pleading that the fee be reduced at least by half until the market attracts enough customers.
12:56
12:56

UDB's Ojangole Suspended patricia ojangole

Beleaguered Chief Executive Officer of Uganda Development Bank Ltd (UDBL) has been interdicted from office due to the ongoing criminal charges of conflict of interest against her at the Anti Corruption Court.
11:31
11:31

Mombasa Pipeline, Single Customs Territory Blamed For Fuel Shortage

The shortage in Kampala and most towns has seen the price of a litre of petrol increase from 3600 to 3800 shillings. The fuel companies blame this on a pipeline shutdown in Mombasa, which has slowed deliveries.
11:02
11:02

Museveni Signs Anti-Pornography Bill Into Law 1 Top story

President Yoweri Museveni has signed the Anti-Pornography Bill into law, exactly two months to the day it was passed by Parliament on December 19.
08:07
08:07

CRB to Track Students Loan Defaulters 2

Patrick Muinda, the Assistant Commissioner of Communications and Information Management at the Ministry of Education says there are ongoing processes that will ease the loan acquisition procedure for prospective students.
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06:54

Oil Companies Undecided Over Oil Export Pipeline tullow oil

Oil companies were initially for the export pipeline and against the oil refinery but were forced to accept the refinery project after signing an MOU with the government early this month, agreeing to back the government efforts for a refinery and in turn get diplomatic backing for their export pipeline project.
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