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19:37
19:37

Uganda Ejects Comoros to Qualify for Beach Soccer Afcon 1

The 4-3 win in the return leg means that the Sand Cranes qualify on a 9-5 aggregate. Uganda secured an early advantage with a 5-2 win against Comoros last month.
19:25
19:25

King Oyo Concludes 10-Day Rwenzori Expedition 2

The expedition sought to draw attention to the impact of climate change, and the significant role of environmental conservation and promotion of the Rwenzori Mountains as a unique adventure tourism attraction.
16:07
16:07

Church Must Speak 'Confidently and Courageously’ On Science in Changing World

The Bishop of Oxford, Steven Croft, told bishops from 165 countries gathered at the Lambeth Conference that the world will see the ‘greatest changes in science and technology ever seen in human history over the coming decades.
15:32
15:32

EAC Dispatches Observation Teams to The Field Ahead of Kenyan Polls elections 2

The Head of the EAC-Election Observation Mission headquarters in Nairobi, Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, says that the observers had undergone training over the past five days to enable them to undertake their responsibilities as International Observers and as EAC Observers.
14:44
14:44

Environment Minister Calls for Fresh Debate on Kaveera Ban public health 1

Sam Cheptoris, the Minister of Water and Environment said the ban has become complicated for the Ministry to implement despite the existing legal frameworks such as the National Environment Bill, 2017, thus requiring renewed debate in the House.
14:24
14:24

Akokoro Residents Demand UPDF Withdrawal from Maruzi Ranch 2 3

The soldiers were deployed in 2018 to evict illegal encroachers from Maruzi ranch in Apac District. The Ranch established in 1968 between Ibuje and Akokoro Sub Counties in Apac District, covers 64 square miles (40,960 acres) across 11 villages, with 1,536 households.
13:24
13:24

Minister Otafiire Bothered by Robberies by 'Men in Uniform' 2 1

Such incidents have been reported along the Kampala-Gulu highway, especially at Migadde, Matugga and Kiryowa villages and the Kampala-Masaka road in the areas of Kyengera, Maya and Nsangi.
12:59
12:59

Relief Food Delays Irk Karamoja Leaders karamoja sub region 2 1

Research shows that most of the households in the region have depleted their essential livelihood assets, including consuming seed stocks to cope with the situation partly brought about by the erratic effects of a changing climate. Children in the region are malnourished and many, on a daily basis are succumbing to starvation.
12:19
12:19

Half of Mothers in Kiryangdongo Not Exclusively Breastfeeding-Report 7 1

The annual food security and nutrition survey conducted between March and April this year reveals that only 58.2 per cent of mothers in host communities exclusively breastfeed their children while 41.8 per cent don’t.
11:58
11:58

Gulu University Guild Elections Resume Today After Postponement 2

The elections that were initially scheduled for Saturday were halted after photos of one of the candidates Alfred Anyama Berliner appeared on the ballot paper with the National Unity Platform (NUP) party red beret. Anyama is a fourth-year medical student at the University.
11:41
11:41

Luuka District to Get Vocational Institute for Teenage Mothers 5 4

A report by the United Nations Population fund shows that Busoga sub-region contributes to over 7 per cent of teenage pregnancies recorded during the lockdown, a majority of them in the Kamuli and Luuka districts.
10:56
10:56

Giraffes, Parrots, And Oak Trees, Among Many Species Facing Extinction 1 Top story

It has been estimated that 31 per cent of the world’s 430 types of oak are threatened with extinction, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of threatened species. And 41 per cent are of conservation concern, mainly due to deforestation for agriculture and fuel for cooking.
10:29
10:29

Masaka Bishop Ordains 17 into Priesthood 3 2

The priests were ordained at Villa Maria proto-Cathedral in Kalungu district, by Masaka Diocesan Bishop Serverus Jjumba while he celebrated mass on Saturday. He also elevated 21 seminarians to the level of Deacons in the Catholic Church.
01:23
01:23

Jacob Kiplimo Outcompetes Kenyan Duo to Win Gold in 5000m 1

The 21-year-old produced a top-class finish to beat competition from a much organized Kenyan duo that had employed formidable teamwork to grab both Gold and silver, but Kiplimo’s smart stretch in the last 20-meters jeopardized their plan.
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