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17:43
17:43

Hoima Man Kills Mother For Allegedly Stigmatizing Him hiv stigma 1

Lydia Tumushabe, the Albert region police spokesperson says on the fateful night Babacwezi and his mother developed a quarrel.
17:21
17:21

Police Maintains Deployment At Kyambogo As Stalemate Continues kyambogo university

At least three police officers were deployed at all the major faculties and three pick-ups were stationed at the main building.
16:42
16:42

Court Issues Criminal Summons against Worker's MP

Lyomoki is alleged to have said that the police had made a fake report on the cause of the Mp’s death. He is also facing another charge of failure to appear before a police officer as directed contrary to the Police Act.
16:23
16:23

Hoima Business Operators Embrace Cooperatives 2

The new government policy encourages formation of cooperatives as a way of re-organizing different groups to manage their own affairs and to easily access financial support. In Hoima, business operators including market vendors, drivers and motorcyclists among others are are embracing these groupings.
16:20
16:20

Sango Bay Refugees Restricted From Wandering in Neighbourhood refugees in uganda 3

According to Maate, the situation is somehow tense since locals have a wrong perception that the refugees may want to grab their land. It is therefore not safe for them to wander outside the camp.
16:02
16:02

Hoima Education Ordinance Awaits Approval By Solicitor General school dropouts 2

Implementation of Hoima district education ordinance 2012 is still pending even as the district grapples with high school dropout rates.
15:54
15:54

Arua Butchers on the Spot Over Poor Transportation of Meat 1

Dr. Paul Onzubo, the Arua municipal council health officer says most butchers in the municipality violate the rules regulating the transportation of meat.
15:25
15:25

Councillors Reject Sembabule District Service Commission Nominees.

The names were presented to the district council for approval by Godfrey Bitakalamire, the Secretary for Finance. But councillors differed the approval claiming that the nominees all come from the same sub county, hence depicting imbalances in the appointment.
15:19
15:19

Districts To Contribute UGX 1.5M For Gulu Remand Home

Districts in Acholi and Lango sub regions have agreed to contribute 1.5 million shilings each on quarterly basis to facilitate the operation of the Gulu child rehabilitation centre.
15:12
15:12

Kabale National Teacher\'s College Dilapidated 1 5

In 1974, government earmarked money to construct new structures at the college but the contractor abandoned work as a result of insurgency. Some of the structures stalled at the ring beam level.
14:53
14:53

Limited Processing Facilities Affecting Us - Coffee Farmers coffee farming 1

Coffee farmers in Hoima district want processing facilities brought nearer to them in order to easily add value to their produce.
14:12
14:12

Bunyoro Kingdom To Start A Radio Station 2

Bunyoro Kitara is moving to start a radio station so as to streamline the kingdom\'s communication sector. This year has seen a number of unauthentic letters from the kingdom being leaked to the media.
14:09
14:09

Odoki re-appointment: Lawyers narrow down contentious issues Top story

During the one hour conferencing, both parties agreed to frame one question that would be forwarded for interpretation before a full panel of five justices at a later stage.
13:49
13:49

Congolese Refugees Denied Access to Kenya through Malaba malaba border post

After thorough consultations with immigration officials, the refugees could not be registered from Malaba since they accessed the country through another border post yet people seeking political asylum can only be registered from the point of entry
13:20
13:20

Rukungiri Men handed 60 years for Murder. child sacrifice

The convict was arrested by police shortly after the deceased went missing on January, 16 2010 and was found carrying a polythene bag that contained the deceased head. On interrogation Bahabwa led police and the deceased’s relatives to a pit latrine where he had hidden the remaining body part.
13:08
13:08

Kamuli Hit by Condom Stockout kamuli district 1

Isabirye only agreed to test for HIV during Nairuba’s second pregnancy and was found to be negative.
12:04
12:04

Storm Leaves More 120 Families in Rwanda Homeless rainstorm

Gardens too were destroyed by the heavy rains with banana plantations being the most affected.Livestock too was affected by the heavy down pour with over 10 cows killed.
12:03
12:03

Cranes Coach to consider University players uganda cranes 1

Uganda Cranes tactician Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has said players who feature in the University League will have a chance to be called in the national team ahead of the 2013 regional Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup.
11:59
11:59

Falcons set up Warriors semi-final clash in Basketball play-offs

It was great basketball on Sunday night at the Lugogo MTN Arena as Falcons beat UCU Canons in a decider to set-up a semi-final clash against defending champions Riham Warriors.
11:42
11:42

EAC Engages CSO's to Mobilise Mass Support for Regional Integration 2 2

Vital Nshimirimana, the Burundi National Coordinator of the EAC Civil Society Forum says Burundians know they can benefit from the integration in the areas of rule of law, democracy, human rights and good governance. They are thus eager to embrace these principles, he adds.
Nov 2013 35 results