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22:40
22:40

World Bank Urged to Refocuss Anti-Corruption Strategy

Navin Girishankar, the lead author said the World Bank needs to focus on helping countries develop the capacities to govern
22:30
22:30

East African Humanitarian Response needs $1b More, UN Says humanitarian aid

France which has so far provided $36.7 million in aid to East Africa, also donated 315 metric tons of food for distribution in Somalia
19:35
19:35

Mbale Municipal Budget Prioritizes Salaries, Thwarts Water 1

Mbale Municipal Council has prioritized salaries and administrative costs in its financial budget leaving out strategic areas like provision of safe drinking water.
19:33
19:33

Luwero Pineapple Farmers Stranded with Produce pineapple growers

Over 200 pineapple growers in Luweero district are stranded with 8000 pineapples after the processing plant that President Yoweri Museveni ordered the ministry of Agriculture and Animal husbandry to open fail to start.
19:19
19:19

Legislators: 20 per cent Salary Increase for teacher's Insufficient

Jessica Alupo, the Minister for Education maintained that salaries for teachers will not be increased this year.
19:14
19:14

Kabale Prays for Accident Victims 2

Religious leaders calls their fellows to sensitize their flock on how to use roads responsibily.
19:01
19:01

80,000 Enumerators needed for 2012 National Census

The enumerators will be deployed in 114 districts of Uganda.
18:32
18:32

Parliament Weighs In On Teachers' Salary Standoff

Workers MP Sam Lyomoki on Thursday presented a resolution of the parliamentary social services committee on the ongoing standoff between teachers and government over salary increment.
18:08
18:08

Hearing Of Major Guma's Murder Case Adjourned guns

The Mbarara High Court registrar, Henry Twinomuhwezi, said on Thursday that the bail for Guma and his co-accused has been extended to November, when the high court session opens.
17:51
17:51

800 People Receive Free Treatment In Kyankwanzi medical camp

Over 800 people received free treatment on Wednesday as a three day medical camp kicked off in Gayaza sub-county Kyankwanzi district.
17:29
17:29

Students Leave After Makerere Closure lecturers strike

Makerere University students have started leaving after the institution was closed indefinitely on Thursday morning. The university was closed after lecturers refused to call off a two-week strike over a salary increment.
17:25
17:25

Scores Injured in School Bus Accident

Gabriel Ndyanabo, was part of a group of P.7 pupils from St. Mukasa Preparatory Seminary-Mushanga, aboard a Maryhill High School Bus on a study trip to Mweya Safari Lodge in Kasese district.
17:13
17:13

Hoima Hospital Casual Workers Strike over Meager Pay cleaners on strike

The workers are demanding for two months’ in salary arrears. Each worker is paid 30,000 shillings per month.
17:10
17:10

Government Shifts Focus to Honey as Sugar Prices Soar honey production

With a bag of sugar hitting the 250,000-shilling mark today; government has announced generous packages to boost honey production in the country.
16:56
16:56

Govt Threatens Suspension As Teachers Remain Defiant Over Pay unatu strike 1

Government and teachers are yet to agree on the way forward regarding teachers pay three days to the opening of the schools’ third term.
16:55
16:55

Ssemuto Town Council Residents Strike over Garbage

Over 400 residents in Transformer ward in Ssemuto town council in Nakaseke district have staged a strike and threatened to beat up the LC 3 chairman because of the increasing heaps of uncollected garbage in the ward.
16:51
16:51

Teacher on Run for Stabbing Wife murder charges

Enraged by the demands, Oguttu grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed his wife in the head, stomach and ribs.
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