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20:03
20:03

SC Villa Defeats Gaddafi FC 1

Villa's lone goal was scored by Jonah Kakande in 76th minute of the game.
19:55
19:55

V-Dem Report Says Uganda Is An Autocracy Closed autocracy 2 Top story

The report found that Uganda is among the countries where electoral autocracy is downgrading democracy.
19:27
19:27

"We Know Who Paid Kagezi's Killers" Police Tell Museveni Kagezi Murder Case 1 3 Top story

Suspected assassins gunned down Joan Kagezi nine years ago. Police say they know who paid her killers.
17:35
17:35

BUL FC Unveils Women Football Team 1

BUL FC has signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding to pay the salaries of players, and technical staff, brand their jerseys, and pay their welfare for two years as they expedite the processes of owning the club fully.
17:25
17:25

Karamojong Warrior Shot Dead in Kaabong in Kaabong district 1 1

It is reported that Lotuko was killed while trying to escape with a bow and 5 arrows which were recovered from him.
17:18
17:18

Nawangwe Renews Call for Gov’t Sponsorship to PhD Students 4 1 Top story

Nawangwe also said that Makerere has for long wanted to graduate more PhDs in line with the World Bank’s call for African universities to produce at least 100,000 Ph.D. graduates annually to combat poverty. However, achieving this goal has been hindered by the high cost of Ph.D. education.
16:32
16:32

Four Districts to Benefit from Climate Change Resilience Program 2 4

Under this program, districts will receive more than 16 billion shillings, which they will use to increase local climate change awareness and capacities, integrate climate change adaptation into their planning and budgeting in a participatory and gender-sensitive manner.
16:09
16:09

Batteries Outpaced Other Clean Energy Technologies In 2023 1 Top story

The most common type of batteries, those based on lithium-ion, have typically been associated with consumer electronics. Rechargeable Batteries are crucial in the Energy transition with their ability to maintain a balance between supply and demand within the power system.
15:13
15:13

Man Captured On Video Whipping Elderly Woman In Arua City Arrested Josephine Angucia 2 1

In the video recording that has since gone viral and attracted public condemnation from several social media users, Avutia is seen ruthlessly flogging the elderly woman countlessly as a group of youths kept on cheering him to continue whipping the helpless woman. In the one-minute twenty-four minutes’ video footage the suspect is also seen stepping on the head of the victim who was heard crying and pleading her innocence and asking Avutia to stop assaulting her.
15:11
15:11

WHO says Immunization Saved 50 million Lives In Africa WHO Africa Region 1

Notable achievements have been made, including reduction in measles deaths, with an estimated 19.5 million deaths averted over the last 22 years.
11:02
11:02

FUFA Selects Two Uganda Premier League Fixtures To Test Namboole Stadium Readiness 1 1

Uganda Cranes is set to face Botswana and Algeria in match day 3 and 4 respectively of the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in June 2024, and FUFA is eager to have these crucial fixtures played on home soil as opposed to the previous international engagements that were held away from home due to the unavailability of a suitable stadium.
10:21
10:21

China Gives UGX 7.5BN for School Feeding Program 1

The donation includes 1,480 tones of beans and maize, and 152 tonnes of cooking oil.
09:45
09:45

Districts Tasked to Eliminate Child Labour In Coffee Production Chain Rainforest Alliance 5 1

Rashida Nakabuga, the Chief Operations Officer at Rainforest Alliance; an international Nongovernment Organization fostering partnerships aimed at promoting human rights and livelihoods of farmers, has called upon the local leaders to strictly enforce policies against all forms of child labour in their communities.
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