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18:34
18:34

NRM Sued Over Failure To Pay UGX 21m in Rent Arrears nrm party offices

The ruling NRM party has been sued for failing to pay more up to 21.6 million shillings in rent arrears for its offices on Plot 10 Kyadondo Road in Nakasero, Kampala.
17:45
17:45

Minister Calls on Makubuya, Bbumba to Resign syda bbumba

Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo has called on his Gender counterpart Syda Bbumba and former Attorney General Prof. Kiddu Makubuya to resign their portfolios before being censured by parliament.
16:57
16:57

Ten Killed in New Year Festivities crime

At least ten people were killed during festivities ushering in the New Year. Police have described it as the most peaceful celebration ever.
16:13
16:13

Two Children Perish in New Year Fire inferno

Two children were on New Year’s Day killed by a fire that gutted a farm house in Sironko district.
16:01
16:01

Bell Lager Super League Football Resumes uganda super league

The Bell Lager Super League resumes on Tuesday as strugglers SC Villa face UTODA while Victors take on defending champions, Uganda Revenue Authority. The League has been on recess to allow players and officials enjoy the Christmas and New Year holidays with their families.
15:36
15:36

FUFA: Mutumba Not Ready For Cranes-Congo Brazzaville Match uganda cranes

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has said Swedish based professional Martin Kayongo Mutumba will not be ready to feature for Uganda Cranes in a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Congo Brazzaville next month.
13:32
13:32

Mother Arrested For Burning Neighbour's Child arson

A 34 year old mother identified in Kaabong town council, Kaabong district has been arrested for alleged arson and murder. Dickson Ayesigomwe, the Kaabong District Police Commander told Uganda Radio Network that Judith Kedia was arrested on Sunday evening from her home after the death of a one-month old baby.
13:04
13:04

Kiosk Operators In Hoima Face Eviction eviction of vendors

More than 60 kiosk operators in Hoima municipal council are facing eviction in a campaign code-named “re-ordering the town” to be launched this week.
12:06
12:06

Two Bodies Retrieved From Saaka Crater Lake

Police and residents have retrieved the bodies of two teenagers who drowned in Saaka Crater Lake in Bwanika parish, Kicwamba Sub County in Kabarole district.
11:40
11:40

Fire Guts Napier Market In Jinja fire burns market

The mysterious fire, whose cause is still being investigated, started shortly after 2am on Monday when some revelers were still merry making to celebrate the New Year.
10:04
10:04

Police Recover Three Stolen Guns illegal guns

Police in Mbarara have recovered three guns from thugs who had reportedly snatched them from security personnel while on night duty in Mbarara.
09:47
09:47

Wobulenzi Town Clerk Accused of Swindling Funds swindling of funds

Councilors in Wobulenzi have accused the town council clerk of swindling over 6 millions shillings that were meant to rehabilitate the public toilet and install street lights.
09:45
09:45

Immature Fish Worth UGX 2.2b Impounded illegal fishing

Immature fish worth shillings 2.2 billion has been impounded by authorities in eastern Uganda during the past six months alone.
09:12
09:12

Police Officer Loses Gun While Drinking negligence

A police officer attached to Bushenyi Central Police Station is to be charged before the chief magistrates court on Monday for allegedly losing a pistol.
07:59
07:59

Badminton Team Prepares for Thomas & Uber Cup

The Uganda Badminton Association (UBA) has set Monday as the day the national team starts training for the Thomas and Uber Cup Championships that takes place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in February 2012.
07:26
07:26

Hoima Residents Say Poor Roads A Challenge Of The Year poor roads in hoima 1

In Hoima district about 90 percent of the roads are almost impassable and the problem was worsened by broken bridges and flooded rivers mid this year that cut off some of the roads.
07:05
07:05

Catholic Priest Attacks PM Mbabazi hillary onek

A catholic priest has criticized the Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi for allegedly trying to divert the on-going investigations into bribery allegations in the oil sector.
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