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May 2013 18 results
18:36
18:36

Works Minister Defends Quality of Chinese Graders 1

The graders were distributed by government to various districts as part of the road unit.
18:04
18:04

Government Sued Over "Defective" Condoms

In his petition, in which he jointly sues government and United Nations Population Fund, Sseremba argues that the affected condom brands were fraudulently imported into the country.
17:51
17:51

BoU Embarks On Study Of Diaspora Remittances 1

The Bank of Uganda has embarked on a study to establish how much money Ugandans living abroad have sent into the country during the past year. In 2010, Ugandans living abroad remitted 768 million dollars, according to UNDP. The amount outstrips the financial assistance in form of loans that the country received from World Bank in the last two years.
17:37
17:37

Two Bunyoro Officials Arrested For Aiding Encroachers 1

They are accused of issuing forged letters to allow timber dealers into the kingdom forest reserves.
17:23
17:23

Rwenzori Disaster Committees Ill-prepared river mpanga 1

In some districts, disaster management committees are not fully established and where they exist, they remain weak, with very meager or no funding.
17:12
17:12

Two More Killed in Kasese Floods

The death of the two brothers brings to 8; the number of people killed by floods, the biggest water disaster in Kasese since 1965.
16:20
16:20

MP Kyamadidi Recall Petition Divides Rwampara Voters rwampara county 1

Voters in Rwampara County are divided over the ongoing collection of signatures to recall their Member of Parliament Vincent Mujuni Kyamadidi from the House.
15:46
15:46

Meteorology Department Warns Of More Rains kasese floods 2

The Meteorology Department has warned of another week of heavy rains as government warns people living landslide-prone areas to relocate.
15:39
15:39

Police Deploys to Avert Land Clashes 2

It all started on the weekend after Karen Kiyonga started ferrying animals to the land claiming that she had bought it off to set up a ranch.
14:52
14:52

Hoima Moves to Revive Zoning System to End Conflicts Between Farmers And Pastoral Communities 1

The latest incident occurred two months ago when Alur farmers invaded Rubinga village Kisukuma parish and set a blaze the homesteads of Banyarwanda pastoralists.
14:33
14:33

Iganga Hospital Cleaners Strike Over Unpaid Wages

Tezikuba argues because of the nonpayment of their salaries, the cleaners are unable to provide for their families and send their children to school.
13:12
13:12

Butebo NRM MP Candidates Boycott Joint Rallies butebo by election 4

They accuse the officials led by Professor Elijah Mushemeza, the vice chairperson NRM electoral commission of being biased.
11:54
11:54

Police on the Spot over Sniffer Dog Services

It was attended by Police officials, RDCs District leaders, Opinion leaders, NGOs, prison, judges, magistrates and media practitioners.
11:07
11:07

Former Masaka Town Clerk Seeks to Attach Key Council Property high court 1

Trouble between Ggwavu and Masaka municipality started after he was sacked by the district service commission for allegedly remitting shillings 200 million to Uganda Revenue Authority-URA as Pay As you Earn-PAYE Tax without negotiation.
10:20
10:20

Police Suspends Motor Rallies In Masaka After Pavilion Collapse uganda motor rally

Police has banned staging of motor rallies at Misaali Grounds in Masaka district two days after a pavilion collapsed due to overloading and injured at least 25 spectators.
10:02
10:02

Kabale Municipality Under fire Over Garbage 2 2

He says the failure by Kabale municipality to collect and dispose the garbage may have far fetching effects on the lives of residents.
07:42
07:42

Kibaale Schools Struggle to Teach ICT Studies 2

The Education and Sports ministry undertook to set up computer laboratories in each secondary school and hire instructors to kick start the program.
07:17
07:17

MUK Exams Start As Lecturers Suspend Strike lecturers salaries

Makerere University exams start today after lecturers resolved to suspend their strike over salary increment. The lecturers under their umbrella, Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) last week announced a sit-down strike once again demanding a 100% salary increment. In the MUASA General Assembly on Sunday, however, the lecturers agreed to suspend the strike after the University management agreed to include their demands in the 2013/2014 budget.
May 2013 18 results