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Oct 2012 32 results
18:03
18:03

Police Issues Conflicting Reports on Arrest of FDC Officials

Bwanika Bbale, the FDC mobilizer for Central Region says that the officials were briefly taken to Nakasongola police station before they were transferred to unknown location in Kampala.
17:39
17:39

Education Ministry Officials Fail to Explain "Ghost Schools" 1

The Auditor General’s report indicates that while the ministry claimed to have distributed scholastic materials to 17,000 schools, the real number in the ministry’s database is 12,313.
17:23
17:23

Human Rights Based Approach May Alleviate Maternal Deaths - Experts maternal health 2

Uganda loses 16 women everyday due to pregnancy related complications, with most of them occurring because women are not supported to have healthy planned pregnancies, experts say.
17:14
17:14

Minister Accuses Kiruhura Farmers of Politicising East Coast Fever Outbreak cattle keepers 1

State Minister for Animal Industry Bright Rwamirama has said farmers in Kiruhura district are politicizing the prevalence of the East Coast Fever in the area.
17:13
17:13

Nakasongola Ice Making Plant Stalls diversion of funds 1 1

In 2010, ministry of fisheries with support from the African Development Bank contracted Spencon Company limited to construct an ice making plant at Nakasongola district headquarters at unspecified sum of money.
16:49
16:49

Stanbic Bank Most Buoyant on the Stock Market uganda stock market

On Thursday, the Stanbic Bank counter registered trading of 9.3 million shares at 25 shillings each while the other counters barely registered any trading. This is the scenario on any typical day.
16:23
16:23

Bakkabulindi Vows Not To Resign As Sports State Minister petition 2

The Minister of State in-charge of Sports, Charles Bakkabulindi has said he is not a coward to simply throw in the towel and resign because certain members of the public have petitioned the Speaker of Parliament because of the state of sports in Uganda.
16:09
16:09

Uganda, Kenya Sign Communique to Ease Cross-border Travel 1

Uganda and Kenya have signed a memorandum of understanding to ease free movement of people across their common border as part of an effort to fast-track the East African Common Market protocol.
15:49
15:49

Living Positively At 15 With Hope Of Saving More Lives 5

15 year old Shakira Nambalirwa (not real names) has been living with HIV/AIDS ever since she was born. Her mother passed away without telling her about her status.
15:36
15:36

Police Holds Six FDC Officials

He says that the officials were also strategizing on how to consolidate support for Muntu.
15:08
15:08

Indian Property Owners Accuse Govt Agency Of Mistreatment ministry of finance 1

Indians who repossessed their property in Uganda following their expulsion from the country in 1972 have complained of maltreatment by government officials working at the Departed Asians Property Custodian Board.
14:42
14:42

Mafabi Attacks Media for Dividing FDC Leadership fdc elections 2

In Mbarara town, Mafabi’s chief strategist Major Rubaramira Ruranga addressed a press conference on Thursday and blamed the media in the country for publishing stories depicting internal fights within the FDC party top leadership.
13:17
13:17

Rwanda Eyes UN Security Council Seat fighting in congo

Rwanda appears likely to win one of five U.N. Security Council seats up for election on Thursday, despite accusations that the country is supporting a rebellion in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.
12:55
12:55

Dr. Besigye Is A Prisoner Of Conscience - Human Rights Lawyer prisoners 1

Human rights lawyer, Ladislaus Rwakafuzi has described Retired Col. Kiiza Besigye as a prisoner of conscience because government has restricted his movements because of his political views.
12:49
12:49

Floods Displace 530 People in Nakapiripirit karamoja floods

At least 530 people have been displaced in Nakiloro and Komojojwe villages in Nakapiripirit district after the area was hit by flash floods.
11:53
11:53

Prison Warders Assault Red Pepper Reporter 1

Ariaka was allegedly assaulted by the prison officials on Wednesday afew meters from Arua Central Prison when he tried to take photos of inmates who were returning from the garden at about 4pm.
11:45
11:45

Children Ask For Increased Govt Focus On Child Health And Nutrition athletics

Over 500 Children on Sunday launched World Food Day Activities with a Marathon event titled, \'Race For Survival\' at which they handed petitions to Parliamentarians asking for increased government focus on child health and nutrition in particular.
11:44
11:44

Student Misses UNEB Exams Over UGX 20,000 Debt

A parent in Hoima district has filed a complaint at the police after his son was blocked from sitting his first Uganda Certificate of Education Examination paper at Bugambe Secondary School.
11:25
11:25

Baby Stolen From Hoima Hospital, Security Strengthened

Hoima regional referral hospital is moving to strengthen its security measures after a baby was stolen from its mother just a day after birth.
11:12
11:12

Mbale Councilors Demand Transfer of Town Clerk 5

Namutumba accuses Kimbowa of conniving with some corrupt people she didn’t name to defraud the municipality of its funds and properties.
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