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18:57
18:57

Police Seal Off Building After It Develops Cracks building collapse

Police has condoned off Superior Complex, located along Johnstone Street in Kampala, after the building developed huge cracks at the basement. Police was called in on Wednesday evening after occupants of the building noticed the cracks.
17:47
17:47

Municipal Officials on the Spot Over Illegal Buildings condemned buildings 2 1

Early this year, Masaka municipality gave all landlords an ultimatum to paint old building and demolish all illegal structures by July or else council forcefully razes down the structures.
17:20
17:20

MPS Suggest Committee to Study Classified Defence Expenditures updf 3 1

MP Muwaga Kivumbi, representing Butambala and a member of the Defence Committee, is now suggesting a formation of a subcommittee of Parliament to ascertain what entails classified expenditure which he said could be a way of extorting public funds.
17:01
17:01

Buliisa Procurement Officer Held For Forgery 1

In March last year, Ronald Wilfred Kasaija allegedly forged a signature of the then Buliisa Chief Administrative Officer Michael Nandala to irregularly award a road contract worth 39 million shillings.
16:57
16:57

Congo MP Sentenced to 3 Years for Insulting President Kabila freedom of speech 2

The MP, who represents Lubero area, was picked up on Sunday from Goma shortly after he appeared on a talk show at Radio Kivu.
16:02
16:02

Global Fund: Uganda to Receive Consumables 3

Dr Acen explained that the Global Funds will be spent on consumable such as anti-retroviral drugs, HIV test kits and anti-malarial among others.
15:31
15:31

MUK Closes As Salary Negotiations Continue lecturers strike

Barely a week to the start of the 2013/14 academic year, Makerere University has closed down. With the closure, the council resolved to suspend all the university accounts and all lecturers with movable university property have been told to return it to the principals. The decision will however not affect the ongoing student admissions.
15:24
15:24

Kabale University Lecturers Consider Strike Over Pay 2

A source says lecturers who complain about the delayed payment are told to go to other institutions, which pay on time. They have not been paid for three months.
14:41
14:41

MUK Closes Indefinitely Over Lecturers Pay lecturers strike

Makerere University has been closed indefinitely after a council meeting today resolved they could not meet demands by lecturers for a salary increment.
13:23
13:23

Lack of Human Resource Still Haunts Regional Hospitals brain drain 3

MPs were left in awe when Lira hospital\'s Dr Ocen William revealed that though it has a bed capacity of 450 beds; it serves 8 districts with a population of 4 million. Out of the 41 doctors posts advertised only 9 were filled leaving a vacancy of 32.
12:57
12:57

US Marines to Aid Uganda's Response to Disasters flooding 1

Tuhumwire says there are no known technologies that can adequately warn the public about impending landslides.
12:41
12:41

Vietnam Based Cranes Players Oloya, Kizito Face Disciplinary Action egypt 1

Uganda Cranes players based in Vietnam Moses Oloya and Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito could face punishment. Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojovic has said he will reprimand them for absconding from national duty.
12:13
12:13

Jinja Leadership Divided Over Allocation of Prime Land to Bank of Uganda jinja land wrangles 2

Christine Abuze, the LC V councilor of Jinja municipality east says the proposal was neither tabled in council not were her electorate consulted.
12:07
12:07

CDF Katumba Wamala: Army Legal Adviser to Decide on Sejusa Seat gen katumba wamala 1 1

General Edward Katumba Wamala, the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF), has revealed that the UPDF has asked the army’s Chief of Legal Services to make an interpretation of the law in regard to General David Sejusa.
11:40
11:40

Rural Community Libraries Take Root In Kabarole 2

The libraries provide reading materials for children, text books, magazines, newspapers, journals and novels to rural communities that cannot afford to purchase the literature.
11:23
11:23

UMA: Biscuit Factories Limping 3

Ram Shahade, the manager Uganda Biscuits acknowledges the fact that they are struggling to survive.
10:58
10:58

Uganda Team Misses All Africa Seniors Badminton Championship shamim bangi

Lack of funds has denied chance to Uganda’s national team participating in the 2013 All Africa Seniors Badminton Championship which starts in Mauritius today.
10:45
10:45

Public Warned Against Fraudulent Auditors 2

Nancy Akullo Public Relations Officer at ICPAU explains that for trained practitioners to be certified as credible auditors, they must be registered with credible professional body which then regulates their performance and ethics. The auditors should also strive to attain an ethical conduct and act in the interest of the public.
10:43
10:43

Landslide Victims Fault Government Response relief assistance 4

She claims government provided relief food and five million to the flood and fire victim respectively.
10:07
10:07

IGG: We Need Total Independence mandate 2

Mulyagonja says that the policy, which mandates one institution to represent another creates confusion.
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