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18:54
18:54

Ebola Vaccines May Not be Available until Next Year-WHO 1

The World Health Organization says two Ebola vaccines are currently undergoing clinical trials and will not be available for human use until early next year. The UN body is also undertaking studies to determine the effectiveness of using blood and plasma donated by Ebola survivors to treat other victims.
17:09
17:09

Service Delivery Stalls as Fort Portal Municipality loses Millions in Court Fines 1

Some of the activities that have stalled yet they had been budgeted for in the 2014/2015 financial year projects include the installation of street lights and electricity at the waste recycling plant, maintenance of roads and opening of access roads in the three municipal divisions South, East and West, replacing and painting of all pavements along the streets.
16:45
16:45

Withdrawal Of Mbabazi Guards Normal - CDF 2

General Katumba Wamala, the Chief of Defence Forces, has said there is nothing new in the withdrawal of guards from the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi's residence.
15:50
15:50

Mega Fete Planned for Museveni Homecoming richard todwong 2

The Metropolitan Traffic directorate has issued alternative access routes in order to avoid inconvenience to the rest of the public. The Police Commander in change of operations Andrew Felix Kaweesi has also confirmed that he was in touch with the army leadership to ensure that the procession is not interrupted.
15:45
15:45

Soldier, Son Arrested For Alleged Murder updf captain 1

A Uganda People's Defense Forces (UPDF) soldier has been arrested in connection with the death of Andrew Rachkara, a Gulu University lecturer who was gunned down in June this year. Captain Bosco Oyat, who is attached to Bombo Military Barracks, was arrested on Thursday alongside his 23 years old son, Rogers Opiyo.
13:16
13:16

Court Throws Out Refinery Land Case

Court has thrown out an application for an interim injunction by the African Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) and 11 of the people affected by the planned construction of an oil refinery in Hoima district.
12:45
12:45

Kitgum Butchers Given 3 Days To Vacate Kiosks kitgum town council 4

Kitgum Town council has issued a three-day ultimatum for butchers currently vending meat in makeshift kiosks to relocate to Kitgum Main Market or face prosecution.
12:32
12:32

Acholi Leaders Want OPM Ejected from PRDP Implementation northern insurgency

Gulu Woman MP Betty Aol Ochan says with such a magnitude of corruption, OPM is not the right office to manage PRDP resources. The plan was estimated to cost US$1.1 trillion, 30% of which is provided by the government of Uganda while the 70% comes from Development partners.
11:42
11:42

MPs Demand Special Probe into Standard Gauge Railway Deal procurement process 3

The controversy stems from the cancellation of a contract to upgrade the section from Malaba-Kampala and Bukasa port railway line to standard gauge. The contract was first awarded to China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) in 2012 and later to China Harbor Engineering Corporation (CHEC).
10:56
10:56

9 Vie for Jinja LCV Chairman's Seat 4

According to a road-map released by the electoral commission, candidates will be nominated between September and October 2015, alongside the presidential and parliamentary contenders. Polls will be held in February 2016.
10:09
10:09

In the Family Of the Deaf: One Sign Language Interpreter's Tale 4

Hope Agwang has spent nine years as a professional sign language interpreter. Agwang was inspired to become a sign interpreter because her own mother and six siblings are deaf. As she grew up with the deaf family members, she bonded and shared close relationships that enabled her enter into the Deaf world.
07:21
07:21

KCCA Loses Ugx25bn to Ghost Companies 1 2 Top story

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) lost Ugx25Billion to dubious companies according to a report for the year ending 2013, the parliament's Public Accounts Committee was told this morning. KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi is now requesting to write off the money because the Authority she heads could not trace the companies to enforce payments.
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