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19:10
19:10

Buganda MPs Upbeat over 'Ebyaffe' Return buganda caucus mp's 4

Godfrey Kiwanda, the Buganda Parliamentary Caucus Chairman paid tribute to Buganda legislators and subjects for the resilience exhibited in demanding the return of Buganda Properties. Kiwanda also called for unity 8in demanding for what still remains in governments possession.
18:40
18:40

Kiboga Bus Accident Claims Three, Scores Injured Top story

The Regional spokesperson Phillip Mukasa said the Bus Driver swayed off the Road while attempting to save the life of a pedestrian who was crossing at the time. He then lost control of the bus.
18:17
18:17

Government Officially Hands over Counties to Buganda land titles 3 Top story

Museveni noted that contention arose when lawyers found difficulty in returning the Sub- Counties and Counties to Buganda because they were not cultural but administrative centers. He however said he opted for a win-win situation that would see them return to Buganda and maintain harmony between the kingdom and the central government.
17:48
17:48

Lack of Kits, Language Barrier Hampers National ID Enrollment Exercise in Masaka 4

Abdul Nsubuga, the Kyesiiga sub county LC3 Chairperson says despite the fact that the enrollment exercise kicked off on Monday it is being hampered by lack of kits.
17:36
17:36

Presidential Advisor, Busoga Cultural Leaders in Fresh Rivalry bukhooli chiefdom 4

David Kamulali Mugoya, the Bukhooli county Prime Minister accuses Kyalya of funding the installation of a parallel county chief to oust David Kaunhe Wakhooli the rightful chief of Bukhooli and acting Kyabazinga of Busoga.
17:17
17:17

UWA Board Approves Oil Monitoring Guidelines For Murchison Falls National Park oil and gas 1

The guidelines cover the areas of animal health, poaching, illegal tourism, operations and coordination, site restoration, pollution and animal kills among others.
17:01
17:01

Lugazi Main Market Traders Operate without Toilet for Five Years. 2

Hope Namukasa, another vendor accuses Mbarara municipal council of neglecting the market despite the fact that vendors pay a lot of money in taxes.
16:52
16:52

UPDF Guns Recovered in Kenya Police Operation

The guns were recovered in the areas lying along the Kenya-Uganda border in several operations. Among the rifles is a registered Uganda National police gun that was used in an aborted robbery on Trans-Zoia supermarket in the heart of Kitale town last December.
16:48
16:48

Kibaale Robber Nabbed with a Fake Gun armed robbery

Police in Kibaale District is holding one man and looking for four others who staged a robbery.
16:38
16:38

Government Concedes Some Ground on Pension Reforms 3

The unions insisted the bill opens up the sector to profit driven fund managers, who will risk workers money. But the finance ministry, the sponsor of the bill was only willing to offer some concessions, rather than pull the plug on the bill.
16:02
16:02

Pader District Suspends Restocking Programme Citing Logistic Challenges 1

JHe says up to 31 million shillings required for the exercise is locked up in the system.
15:43
15:43

Luweero Triangle Program: Nakaseke Residents Receive Cows and Motory cycles

Ezaruku Kazimiri, the Nakaseke Chief Administrative Officers reminded the beneficiaries that the animals and motorcycles they were receiving had cost government a huge sum of money and should be used to better their lives.
15:39
15:39

Opposition Wants Kayihura Suspended Over Leaked Tapes pm amama mbabazi 3 1 Top story

Leaders of opposition parties have called for the immediate suspension of the Inspector General of Police General Kale Kayihura over the leaked tapes which revealed him to be investigating Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi’s alleged plan to run against President Yoweri Museveni in the 2016 elections.
15:27
15:27

Suuna Invited For Adidas Boston International Badminton Open brian ssuuna

Uganda second ranked player Brian Ssuuna will take part in the in the 2014 Adidas Boston International Badminton Championship to take place May 9-11.
15:07
15:07

African Countries In Elephant DNA Sampling To Stump Out Poaching elephant poaching 2 1

African countries have started profiling their elephants in a bid to fight rampant poaching across the continent. Under the new approach, the DNA of different families of elephants are taken for analysis to know where they are located. Spearheaded by Dr. Samuel Wasser of the Washington University, the sample will provide valuable information on the origin of the ivory when arrested on the international market.
14:45
14:45

Archbishop Ntagali Denies Mobilizing for Mbabazi igp kale kayihura 2

Ntagali said the perceived rift between the premier and Museveni over his presidential ambitions was an exaggeration of the media.
14:45
14:45

National ID Computer Kits to Reach Registration Points by End of Week 3 2 Top story

The Ministry of Internal Affairs that is heading the National Identification exercise insists that each registration centre has received 90 percent of the needed materials.
14:30
14:30

FA Secures Defibrillators Ahead of Afcon Qualifiers edgar watson 1 1

The machines are used to deliver a curative dose of electrical energy to the heart allowing normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body\'s natural pacemaker after an attack.
12:57
12:57

Hundreds Displaced by Storm in Tororo

Oyadi says besides individual homes the storm has also damaged a classroom block at Kalait primary school and a staff quarter at Asinge primary school.
12:20
12:20

BBW: Bukomansimbi Farmers Resort to Growing Sweet Potatoes banana wilt disease 5 2

He says as a result, many farmers have been forced to grow sweet potatoes because agriculturalists have failed to come up with effective methods to control the disease.
Apr 2014 28 results