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May 2022 11 results
18:51
18:51

Floods Paralyze Business in Kampala 1 2

At Ben Kiwanuka and Ssebana Kizito Streets, floods paralyzed the movement of both pedestrians and motorcycles. Traders with shops dealing in Agricultural products in Container village along Ssebana Kizito were forced to close after water entered their shops.
18:18
18:18

Uganda to Face Tanzania or Somalia in CHAN Playoffs 1

The CHAN 2023 tournament was initially slated for 10 July to 1 August 2022, but the African Soccer governing body- CAF rescheduled it to January 2023, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
17:32
17:32

Two Foreign Based-Players Boost Uganda Cranes Camp Ahead of AFCON Qualifiers 2 1 Top story

Speaking after joining the camp, Ssekagya said that playing for the Uganda Cranes was his dream, adding that he will work hard to retain his spot on the national team as well as help the team to qualify for the continental showpiece.
17:17
17:17

NPA Urges Gov't to Reconsider Teenage Pregnancy Guidelines 2

According to NPA, the one-year time period stipulated in the guidelines is too long for a learner to be out of school.
16:21
16:21

Oil Production Won't Help Uganda if Corruption Remains High -USAID 2

Richard Nelson, the USAID Country Director told a meeting organized by the Inspectorate of Government-IG to update development partners on anti-corruption strategies that as Uganda nears production of Oil, the country should address the corruption vice or else proceeds from oil might be lost to corruption.
16:11
16:11

Four Children Die in Kira House Fire Kira municipality 3 1

Abas Ssenyonjo, the Kira Division Police Commander, says that the children were inside their two-bedroom semi-permanent house with their 12-year-old sister, Catherine Nakkasi who was preparing to go to school.
15:55
15:55

Uganda to Benefit from $43M Funding to Reverse Biodiversity Loss

According to a statement by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), beneficiaries of the new funding are expected to come up with solutions to tackle threats to diversity. It says participating countries will be eligible for grants of $300,000 for work to analyze and align their national policies, targets, finance, and monitoring systems towards that cause.
10:44
10:44

Lira Hospital Officials Questioned on Overpayment of Pension 5 1

In his audit report, Auditor General John Muwanga queried the overpayment of pension/gratuity by the hospital, to a tune of 222.9 million Shillings following a review of the payroll data and Integrated Finance Management System (IFMS) payments.
07:42
07:42

Guided Parenting Can Sort Mental Health Challenges Among Refugee Children- Study 2

Commissioned two and a half years ago by researchers at the Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Uganda and Washington University, the study involved 1200 refugees in the Kiryandongo refugee settlement. Participants were divided into two groups comprising 600 individuals each.
07:28
07:28

Banks, Developers Await NSSF Amendment to Give Mortgages Against Savings as Housing Demand Falls 4

Stanbic Bank's Sam Mwgeza says they waiting for the NSSF to complete its consultations and amendment of the Law, and get guidance from the relevant authorities, and give guidance to the banks. Buildnet Marketing Manager, Claire Kateregga says the demand for housing is going down contrary to what they had expected after the reopening of the economy.
07:00
07:00

President Museveni Appoints 16 Acting High Court Judges Dr Douglas Singiza 1

A statement from the Judicial Service Commission indicates that the appointments are a result of the ongoing recruitment of judicial officers at various levels. According to the statement, the appointments will enhance the capacity of the High Court to expeditiously dispose of cases and tackle the case backlog in the justice system.
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