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17:36
17:36

Aceng Launches Scale up of Invasive Surgeries at Mulago Hospital 1 2

Speaking at the commissioning of the center, the Minister noted that invasive Surgery has helped the country to procure the necessary technology with support from the Republic of Korea to enhance the country’s surgical infrastructure bringing world-class health care to Uganda’s hospitals.
17:09
17:09

Pioneer Buses Removed from Namboole Ahead of World Cup Qualifiers 4 1

Uganda Cranes was recently cleared to use the stadium to host their qualifying matches against Botswana and Algeria next month, and efforts are underway to ensure the stadium is fully prepared for these international engagements.
16:15
16:15

Technician Sentenced to Caution for Damaging BoU Air Conditioners Bank of Uganda 1

The 48-year-old Sebirumbi who appeared composed then asked the Court to forgive him adding that he had never committed any crime before.
15:43
15:43

RDCs Tasked Over Cross-Border Insecurity in West Nile 1 3

The caution follows the reported infiltration of the sub region by suspected criminals from the neighbouring South Sudan and Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
15:27
15:27

Two Arrested for Mob Justice in Masindi Suspects 1

The suspects are Patrick Businge 25 and Gloria Nabuliime 30 both residents of Rwenkole cell in Buliima town council.
13:28
13:28

Man Sets Car Ablaze in Amuru Protesting Alleged Police Discrimination Amuru District 2 1

Balidawa told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that his action was fueled by what he alleged as targeted discrimination by a police officer for his faith as a Muslim.
13:08
13:08

Police Blocks Bobi Wine Meeting in Kamuli

Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine was slated to hold a meeting on Wednesday at Kananage Primary School, in Northern Division, Kamuli municipality, however, police deployed heavily at the grounds.
12:14
12:14

Bishop Kahuma Tips Women on Development 1

He asked women to engage in modern and productive agriculture as well as other business ventures that may improve their incomes
11:38
11:38

Gov't Targets USD 5 Billion in Coffee Production Chain 1

Museveni said that the country has a target to export 20 million bags of coffee by 2030 in anticipation of collecting close to 5 billion US Dollars above the current $1 billion from the green bean exports.
11:19
11:19

URA to Recover UGX 500M From Illegally Driven Vehicles 1

The agency says at least 500 million shillings in taxes and penalties will be recovered from these vehicles.
09:46
09:46

Two Arrested in Jinja City Over Machete Attacks 1

Their arrest follows the killing of Jinja District National Unity Platform-NUP mobilizer, Joseph Kitawu aged 44 years, and Charles Mudiima, both residents of Buwenge sub-county. They were attacked from different places On May 9th, and their bodies dumped near their homes.
06:47
06:47

Gov't to Construct AFCON Training Facility at Kyambogo University 5 3

Confederation of African Football (CAF) requires hosting nations to provide training facilities that meet the same standards as the main stadium, particularly regarding the quality of the playing pitch. Tashobya said that they have already started the process to develop several such facilities in Uganda.
06:32
06:32

Two Brothers Drown in Lake Victoria 1

They had reportedly gone swimming on Monday along the Lake Victoria shoreline, in Masese, in Southern Division, Jinja City, when they were overpowered by the strong waves
06:20
06:20

Environmentalists Moot for Ordinances on Wetlands Destruction in Masaka 2 1

Antonio Kalyango, the BCF Executive Director observes that many local governments are failing to customize and effectively enforce provisions of the National Environment Act 2019, hence the need to have more localized legislations that can save wetlands in their respective areas.
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