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18:46
18:46

Museveni Pledges Support To Traditional Justice ADR 2 2 Top story

Museveni said the African Traditional way of resolving conflicts is cheaper, and timely and leaves warring parties contented as opposed to prolonged processes.
18:14
18:14

Lira University Teaching Hospital Staff Strike Over Salary Disparities 1 2

The protesting staff members under the umbrella of the National Union of Educational Institutions (NUEI)- Lira University branch cited the failure of the university to implement a directive issued by the Ministry of Public Service regarding salary adjustments. About 300 staff under different umbrella bodies have been affected by the salary disparity.
18:02
18:02

Commonwealth Law Ministers Call For Action on Access to Justice 1 Top story

Ministers will also exchange innovative practices on evidence-based policy-making and the effective use of digital resources to bridge gaps and enhance the delivery of justice services.
17:50
17:50

Nixon Agasirwe, Six Other Police Officers Freed by General Court Martial col atwooki ndahura 3

The seven officers include Nixon Agasirwe, the former head of Operations and former Commandant at the Special Investigations Unit, Col Ndahura Atwooki, the former Director of Crime Intelligence and Herbert Muhangi, the former Head of the Flying Squad.
17:38
17:38

Experts Concerned About Blood Wastage in Africa 4 1

Experts meeting in Kampala have noted that blood is a valuable resource and blood wastage could impose a very serious impact on healthcare.
17:35
17:35

Gov’t Adopts Data-Driven Tracking Tool for Manifesto Implementation 4

The new tool will collect information directly from technical officers in government Ministries, Departments and Agencies and local government, as well as data from other government monitoring and evaluation mechanisms.
16:37
16:37

Luuka Deputy RDC Suspended for Assaulting Resident

The decision follows a complaint filed by Abdullah Kisige, a casual labourer at Kiyunga car washing bay, in Luuka district, who accused Waiswa of beating him up. Kisige accompanied his complaint with a WhatsApp video, where Waiswa is seen hitting him with a sugarcane stem.
16:20
16:20

Mbarara Division Councilors Biker Over Contractors Waived Arrears 3

Mbarara City Council passed a resolution in September last year to waive unpaid arrears of fees from Woodfix Tech Services, the company that had been contracted to collect street parking fees. Woodfix signed a contract in 2016, to collect street parking revenue and remit 5.8 million Shillings to the council every week.
15:54
15:54

Family Seeks Cancellation of Land Title Claimed by Former Kenyan Vice President's Wife 2 4

The dispute dates back to 1990 when Juma fell ill and allegedly borrowed 12,000 Kenyan Shillings from Nyindombi for treatment. Records indicate that Juma's health did not improve, and in 1997, he requested an additional loan of 1,150,000 Uganda Shillings from the same person.
14:26
14:26

Suspects in Murder of Masindi DHO Further Remanded Court 2

The suspects are Betty Cherotich, the wife to the deceased, Joshua Namureng, a builder and a resident of Tarobya Village in Bukwo district, and Martin Kipsang, a carpenter and a resident of Roruk Village in Bukwo district.
12:26
12:26

Fresh Details Emerge in the Murder of Ndiga Clan Leader 1

Information gathered by the police from Mengo, the seat of Buganda Kingdom shows that Tabula installed himself as the ‘legitimate’ leader of the Ndiga Clan in 2021 but the Bbosa declined to relinquish power.
12:10
12:10

ICC to Confirm Charges Against LRA Warlord Joseph Kony in Absentia 1

The Judges have set October 15 this year as the date for the commencement of confirmation of charges hearing against Kony in his absentia should he not appear. He faces 33 counts of charges of war crimes and crimes against Humanity allegedly committed between July 1, 2002, and December 31, 2005, in northern Uganda.
12:01
12:01

Hoima Registers 16 New Measles Cases measles outbreak 1

The cases were registered at the Runga Landing Site in Kiganja sub-county over the weekend bringing to 394, the total number of people affected by the disease since its outbreak was reported in the district two weeks ago.
11:51
11:51

UWA Starts Survey of Households Inside Ajai Wildlife Reserve 11 households 1 4

John Makombo, the Director of Conservation at UWA, explains that once the survey is completed, a report will be shared with the affected households. Subsequently, a land and property valuer will be engaged to assess and value the property of the affected persons, facilitating the compensation and relocation process.
11:40
11:40

Residents Protest Against Poor State of Kibimba Road 2

Residents have to rely on casual laborers to carry them across the flooded sections of the road, resulting in increased transport costs and disruptions to daily life. The impact of the flooding extends beyond transportation, affecting businesses and access to essential services.
11:20
11:20

Five Arrested for Murdering man in Kikuube suspects 1

It is reported that on the fateful night, Athuhura while drinking in a local bar picked a quarrel with his colleagues over a maid in the same bar. In the process, he was reportedly stabbed in the left chest and started bleeding profusely.
09:43
09:43

Prioritise Mental Health For Youths - ICESCO Chief AAYC 4 2

Speaking at the start of a week-long celebrations to mark twenty years of the Afro-Arab Youth Council (AAYC) at Makerere University yesterday (Monday) the Saudi Dr Almalik, a long standing medical practitioner and humanitarian actor said the issue of mental health of the youth was one that had not been given attention but need urgent action.
09:28
09:28

Lack of Resources Hinders Efforts to Implement Forceful Education in Karamoja leaders concerned 1 4

Last year, legislators from the region, under the Karamoja Parliamentary Group, presented a proposal for a free compulsory boarding education policy for all learners. The aim was to enroll Karamojong children into boarding schools for 15 years, aiming to break the cycle of warriorhood.
09:00
09:00

Inadequate Information, Exorbitant Survey Charges Affecting Land Ownership By Women 8

During a multi-stakeholder engagement meeting held in Lira City, participants especially women cited the lack of information among community members and the high cost incurred during land survey as major challenges affecting land titling in their areas.
08:52
08:52

New Engineering Law to Regulate Masons, Expand Legal Liability 3 2

Addressing the World Engineers’ Days, Minister for Science and Technology, Monica Musenero, emphasized the need for an updated law to meet contemporary standards, highlighting Uganda's progress in the engineering sector.
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