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May 2013 17 results
18:51
18:51

Residents Reject Newly Appointed Luweero Minister luweero triangle 3

The appointment of Ndoboli has not gone down well with Luweero residents.
18:46
18:46

Monitor Closure A Threat To All Media - Wafula Ogutu media closure 3

The closure of Monitor publications is a threat to the lives of its owners and workers at all levels, former managing director Wafula Oguttu says.
17:58
17:58

EAC Leaders To Decide On Monetary Union In November common currency 2

A decision on whether the East African Community should have a Monetary Union will be taken during the East African Heads of State summit scheduled for November this year.
17:53
17:53

NRM supporters Drag Party to Court Citing Undemocratic Practices

However, the petitioners say it is unfair to expel MPs over the remarks they made while exercising their constitutional role as members of the national parliament.
17:24
17:24

Jinja LC3 Chairman in Trouble Over Coffee Seedlings ucda 2

The councilor claims that he saw Tugezeeku supervising the theft of the coffee seedlings by his political supporters.
16:11
16:11

Journalists\' Body Gives Govt Ultimatum to Re-open Media Houses 1 2

The closure of the Monitor and Red Pepper Publications entered its seventh day on Monday as police continue to occupy them under the pretext of looking for a letter written by General David Sejusa, the Coordinator of Intelligence Services. KFM and Dembe, two radio station owned by the Nation Media Group, the mother company that owns Daily Monitor, also remain closed.
16:05
16:05

Local Officials Implicated for Promoting Illegal Street Vending 1

He says the decision by the village and parish officials to allow illegal street vending has affected the municipal revenue base.
15:17
15:17

Vendors Count Losses as Gov't Refuses to Reopen Media Houses 3

The “Muhoozi project” refers to claims by some politicians that President Yoweri Museveni is grooming his son Brigadier Kainerugaba Muhoozi to replace him once he retires from office.
14:03
14:03

Bakonzo Meeting Blocked in Bundibugyo major martin kamya

Police in Bundibugyo on Sunday blocked a meeting of the Bakonzo community, further heightening ethnic tensions between the Bamba and Bakonzo in the district.
13:21
13:21

Boda Boda Rider Stabbed to Death

Dan Ampadde, the officer in charge of Operations Mubende Police station identifies the deceased as Amos Nuwagaba, a resident of Caltex village in Mubende town council.
13:03
13:03

UPDF Soldier Accused of Threatening to Wipe Out Family 2

It is alleged that Rwakeikara used the certificates of Nicholas Tushabe, his late cousin to join the army.
11:54
11:54

Vendors Demand for Title to Redevelop Masaka Market 1 1

They deal in fresh foods, produce, vegetable, timber, fruits and used clothes.
11:19
11:19

Lacor Hospital Introduces Palliative Care patients 1

St. Mary’s Lacor Hospital in Gulu district has introduced palliative care and treatment to cater for terminally ill patients.
10:31
10:31

Tororo Residents Finally Accept to Sell Land to Investor

Ajedra says the four families that were opposed to the project, have accepted to sell their land to pave way for the establishment of the cement factory.
08:04
08:04

Kabale Student Murdered Over Lover murder charges

The suspects were picked up after the girl at the center of dispute, linked them to the murder of her boyfriend.
07:30
07:30

Jinja and Buikwe Districts Petition Parliament Over Royalties 2

The petition follows a stalemate between the two local governments and the power generation firms on how to calculate the royalties.
07:21
07:21

Phone Users Rush To Register Simcards As Deadline Nears 2

With just four days to the end of the exercise on May 31, mobile telecom operators say they are still receiving a huge turn up of those coming to register. Kevin Magomu, the Airtel Area Sales Manager Hoima, says the numbers have been increasing over the last one week. Magomu says they have been registering not less than 300 phone users per day.
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