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20:44
20:44

District Officials Want Adjumani Prison Demolished

Authorities in Adjumani district are demanding for the demolition Olia government prison saying it is unfit for human habitation. The decision comes a few days after district officials toured the prison to assess its condition following a petition by the inmates complaining about the poor state of the facility.
20:33
20:33

New Bunyoro Premier To Push For Return Of Kingdom Assets 1

New Bunyoro Kitara kingdom premier Jackson Kasozi Nsamba has pledged to fight for the return of the kingdom assets soon after officially assuming office on Monday afternoon. Nsamba was appointed premier two weeks ago by Omukama Solomon Gafabusa Iguru replacing Engineer Yabezi Kiiza who retired at the beginning of the year.
20:15
20:15

Employers in Kabarole Flout Law on Safety of Workers tea factories 2

At Kijura tea factory, more than forty workers don’t have any protective gears such as gloves and eye goggles and as a result, they are exposed to dust and chemicals. Some of the workers don’t have overalls and gumboots.
20:01
20:01

Jobless Woman Starts Shoe-shining Business in Kampala 1

As the country grapples with a gloomy economy, a woman who has been experiencing the pangs of joblessness has come out with an ingenious way of making money from an old craft, shoe shining.
19:43
19:43

Strike Paralyses Work at Jinja Hospital 1

Work at Jinja referral hospital was paralysed on Monday morning following a strike by medical workers. Sixteen intern doctors put down their tools, demanding for payment of their salary arrears for the last two months.
19:04
19:04

West Africans- Ugandans Marriages Spark Human Trafficking Fears immigration

The increasing marriages involving West African and Ugandan girls has caught the eye of the department of immigration fearing it might be a ploy to lure these girls into the booming sex trade in China and Malaysia.
18:51
18:51

Man Arrested for Attempting to Bribe Lira DPC police bribery 1

A 35 year old man believed to have been dealing in stolen motor bikes in Lira district, has been charged with bribery after he attempted to pay a bribe of 100,000 shillings to the District Police Commander.
17:51
17:51

NRM Excludes Term Limits Discussion from Agenda 3

The restoration of the presidential term limits is not on the agenda of the NRM caucus meeting this evening, Uganda Radio Network has learnt.
17:29
17:29

Ugandan Appointed to officiate Weightlifting at London Olympics

Salim Musoke Ssenkungu, the president of Uganda Weightlifting Association-UWA has been appointed to officiate at the forth coming 2012 London Olympics.
17:08
17:08

Storm Devastates Paidha Secondary School

A storm has devastated Paidha secondary school in Zombo district destroying property worth shillings 30 million.
16:41
16:41

NRM Caucus to Discuss Controversial Assembly bill

The discussion of the bill in NRM caucus comes amid the rebranding of the outlawed Action for Change (A4C) to For God and my Country (4GC)
16:16
16:16

NCS Faults Justice Kanyeihamba Over UOC Tribunal jasper aligawesa

Jasper Aligawesa, the secretary general of the National Council of Sports-NCS has blasted Justice George Kanyeihamba for accepting to head the Uganda Olympic Committee tribunal without consulting the relevant authorities.
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15:49

Kampala Twin Bomb suspects' file forwarded to Judges kampala bomb blast

On November 18 last year, the High Court Judge Alfonse Chigamoy Owiny-Dollo who had begun hearing this case was forced to halt the trial before referring it to the Constitutional Court for interpretation of some of contentious issues which the suspects had raised.
15:27
15:27

LCs Want Mandate to Determine Their Salaries 5

Local council officials in districts in Eastern Uganda are protesting the huge variation in their remuneration compared to Members of Parliament.
14:17
14:17

Masaka Mosques Closed ahead of Muslim Elections umsc elections 1

although the elections are expected to take place on April 27, this week, Masaka district Muslim council has ordered for the closure of all mosques. The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Constitution gazettes Mosques as polling centers for Muslim elections.
14:09
14:09

Sadolin FC player Lutaaya shot dead, FA mourns lawrence mulindwa

A player with the Kampala regional League, Godfrey Ddamba Lutaaya was on Saturday night killed by a gun man in Bweyogerere.
14:06
14:06

Police bomb squad investigates bomb blast in Lira 2

A team of operatives from Police Anti Terrorism Unit in Kampala are investigating the cause of the bomb blast that killed a 14 year old boy in Lira town on Sunday afternoon.
11:54
11:54

URA Attaches Kamuli NAADS Funds urn

Uganda Revenue Authority-URA has attached 30 million shillings from the Kamuli Town council NAADS account of over the non remittance of Pay As You Earn monies-PAYE tax.
11:51
11:51

Police Arrests Suspected Cattle Rustlers in Moroto

Police in Moroto have arrested five rustlers in connection of stealing 20 goats from Nakapiripirit district
10:48
10:48

Former Kasese Officials in Trouble Over Fuel

Two former officials of Kasese District Council are in trouble for using fuel meant for monitoring district activities after they were sacked from office.
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