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MPs Welcome New Association Of Former Legislators With Caution jane alisemera

Legislators in the 9th parliament have reacted cautiously to reports that their colleagues from the last parliament have established an association to push for development of the country.
21:51
21:51

Kitgum USE Schools Grapple With Insufficient Funding 3

Schools implementing the Universal Secondary Education programme are struggling to complete the term after government’s alleged failure to release funds on time.
21:36
21:36

Kitgum Police Arrest Three Students With Over 30 Rolls Of Opium drug abuse 1

Police in Kitgum on Wednesday arrested three people including two students of Kitgum Comprehensive College on suspicion of smoking and being in possession of opium.
21:19
21:19

Modern Shopping Mall Opens In Masaka Without Toilet Facilities 2

Masaka Catholic diocese on Wednesday opened the first modern shopping mall in Masaka town without sanitation facilities.
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20:29

Education Ministry To Re-train 2500 Science & Math Teachers mathematics 1

The Ministry of Education of Sports has completed retraining at least 325 Science and Mathematics teachers as part of the on-going project to create centers of excellence. The 82 million dollar project is funded by the African Development Bank.
20:08
20:08

US Urges Uganda to Respect Independence of Judiciary 1

The United States government has reiterated its call for a free and independent judiciary in Uganda in order to foster democracy and justice.
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20:02

MPS Question Delayed Refund Of Bail Fees courts of law 2

Judges and magistrates should not use non payment of bail fees in courts to deny suspects the right to bail.
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Gov't Pays 3billion Shillings To Relocate Kigo Prison buganda kingdom 1

Government has completed payment for the 300 acre piece of land to relocate Kigo prison.
19:04
19:04

Museveni Insists No Bail Law Is Urgently Needed nrm caucus

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday insisted during a caucus meeting of NRM MPs at State House Entebbe that a law to deny bail for economic saboteurs is urgently needed.
17:31
17:31

MPs Demand Immediate Appointment of Judicial Service Commission 2

The delay by president Museveni to appoint new members of the Judicial Service Commission is frustrating efforts by the Judiciary to clear the case backlog.
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Government Chief Whip Defends Oulanya jacob oulanya 3

John Nasasira, the government chief has defended the deputy speaker of parliament for responding to the president’s invitation to NRM members of parliament in Rwakitura.Speaker of parliament can still represent a constituency while in office.
16:56
16:56

Lightning kills two in Arua, Yumbe 1

One woman in Arua and another in Yumbe were struck to death last evening by lightning.
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16:37

UWA inquiry exposes rot in public offices - Kanyeihamba uwa pamsu project

Retired Supreme Court judge, George Kanyeihamba, has said the probe into the mismanagement of a multi-billion tourism project is suggestive of the rot and impunity in most government offices.
16:04
16:04

Lira Journalists Storm Police Over Missing Radio Presenter

Over 50 media practitioners today stormed Lira Central Police station demanding to know the whereabouts of Augustine Okello alias Rouks, a presenter with Rhino FM who disappeared last week. Okello was last seen on Wednesday last week at Hotel Grand Pacific with senior security operatives.
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15:30

Minister Byandala Admits Dishing out Money to voters during Campaigns

Abraham James Byandala, Katikamu North Member of parliament has admitted giving out money to voters during the just concluded election campaigns. He made the confession today in court where he appeared for cross examination in a petition challenging his re-election to parliament.
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14:55

Kyenjojo Traders Stranded as Law Enforcement Officers Close Shops licence 1

Traders in Kyenjojo town council were this morning left stranded after law enforcement officers closed their shops over none payment of trade license fees. Last month, Kyenjojo town council increased the license fees effective July 1st 2011.
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14:42

Hearing of Maternal Deaths Petition Fails to Take Off Again

Hearing of the constitutional court petition on maternal deaths today failed to kick off for the third time. It was filed by a group of civil organizations demanding that court declares that it is a violation of the right to life for expectant mothers to die due to lack of basic maternal health care in government hospitals.
14:28
14:28

Fire Guts Kaliro High School Boy's Dormitory 1

Fire had gutted Kaliro High School boy’s dormitory leaving close to 200 students without any property.
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13:24

Journalists Boycott Jinja Source of the Nile Show media freedoms

Journalists from Busoga are protesting a decision by organizers of the National Agricultural show to charge them shillings 10,000 so as to cover the ongoing agricultural show in Jinja.
12:59
12:59

Bodies of River Nile Boat Accident Victims Found

Bodies of two people whose boat capsized in River Nile on Monday night have been recovered. The bodies were found this morning by a rescue team comprising of boat owners, well wishers and relatives of the deceased.
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