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Ochola Makes Public Appearance, Declines to Comment on Alleged Illness IGP Ochola 3 2

Earlier this week, reports that the police inspector general of police was not fine and that he was on oxygen after being critically ill circulated on social media. On Wednesday, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, released a statement asking the public to disregard social media rumours that Ochola was hospitalized and on oxygen.
18:31
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Cattle Disease in Lyantonde Caused by Tick Resistance to Acaricides 2 1

The State Minister for Agriculture, Bright Rwamirama on Friday said that in some areas of Lyantonde the cows were not responding to the acaricides which caused several tick-borne related diseases leading to deaths.
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600 Vehicles Tracked and Recovered using CCTV Cameras in 3 Months -Police 1 1 Top story

Speaking to Journalists at the National CCTV command center Naguru, ASP Allan Nshimiye Rugayampuzi, the Public Relations Officer to the Directorate of ICT in police, said that in the past three month, using the automatic number plate recognition-ANPR cameras, facial recognition cameras and intelligent video system, they have been able to recover vehicles, most of which had been hidden by drivers after committing crimes.
17:55
17:55

National Netball Super League Resumes 1 2

Following an upsurge in COVID-19 cases in the second wave Uganda Netball Federation –UNF suspended the league after sporting activities in the country were suspended.
17:39
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Health Ministry Planning Mass Covid-19 Vaccination 1

According to figures from the health ministry, over 10,000 doses of vaccines are expected to expire at the end of September.
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Men Increasingly Taking on Work Traditionally Assigned to Women-EPRC unpaid care work 2 1

Prof. Paul Bakuluki of Makerere University’s Department of Social Work and Social Administration who was one of the investigators said men had started unpaid care work such as preparing food, fetching water and cleaning whereas their female counterparts are embracing non-traditional roles such as paying for food and meeting costs of health care.
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NSSF May Lower Interest to Savers as Benchmark Inflation Falls

Interest income grew from 1.40 trillion to 1.61 trillion Shillings, while dividend income grew from 62.2billion to 7.49billion Shillings, due to better business on stock markets in the region, where NSSF invested in stocks.
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Makerere to Host 2021 All Africa University Games Makerere University 3 1

The event is slated for next month starting on 8-10 and it is part of the activities to celebrate the International Day of University sports.
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MPs Decry Exploitation of Ugandans by Telecom Companies ministry of ict 5 1

Members of Parliament have tasked Government to prevail on the high costs of services provided by telecom companies that is affecting communications countrywide.
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Commercial Sex Workers Appeal for Better Jobs Amdist COVID-19 Restrictions 5

In March 2020, when Uganda was first hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, Namirembe lived in her rented bed space in Kisenyi slum where she paid 5,000 Shillings per night.
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Police Yet to Release Impounded Motorcycles 4 1

Addressing the nation on Wednesday night, Museveni directed that all motorcycles that have been flouting Covid19 guidelines be released unconditionally.
11:12
11:12

Man Denied COVID-19 Vaccination Stamp Over Failure to Pay UGX 20,000 Ministry of Health 2 1

When Uzabakiriho approached the data entrant, he was told to pay 20,000 shillings before his new details could be captured and card stamped as proof that he had been vaccinated.
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Uganda Asks South Sudan to Waive Visa Fees Rebecca Kadaga 1 4

The Government of Uganda will reverse it's decision to waive visa fees for South Sudanese if their Government doesn't Reciprocate the same for Ugandans.
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