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20:03
20:03

Regional Leaders Expected In Juba After Kiir Meets Machar In Arusha 1

A one day summit on the ongoing crisis in South Sudan opens in Juba tomorrow Wednesday. The Prime Minister of Uganda, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, President Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya and the Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn are expected to attend the summit in Juba.
17:15
17:15

Lightning Injures Nine Pupils In Tororo

Dr Andrew Opete, a senior doctor at Tororo hospital says the lightning victims are out of danger and appeals for calm amongst parents.
16:08
16:08

Safe Water Coverage Eludes Jinja Peri-Urban Centre's 5

Ayub Banamwiita, one of the residents in Musima trading centre says the crisis poses a serious health threat to the residents considering that even health centers are grappling with the shortage. The situation exposes residents to waterborne diseases with multiple studies confirming that modern water and sanitation needs tend to have a larger impact on health outcomes.
15:51
15:51

Nebbi Police Arrests 3 for Attempted Murder, Recovers AK 47 Rifle

Onesimus Mwesigwa, the Nebbi District Police Commander says the suspects were picked up following police investigations and information from the Public.
15:48
15:48

Woman Sentenced to 1 Year for Mutilating 3-week-old Baby stella namuwonge 2

Stella Namuwonge, the woman accused of mutilating the private parts of her then 3-week old step-daughter, has been found guilty and sentenced to serve one year in prison. The ruling was made by Masaka Grade One Chief Magistrate Mary Ikit.
15:07
15:07

Kabale Hit by Fresh Outbreak of lymph Skin Disease 2

In April, this tear, the areas Nyakatojo II, Nyakitabire in Nyakasebeya parish, Nyabushoro parish, and Rushekyera in Rutengye Parish were severely hit by the outbreak which has now stretched to the parishes of Ntaraga and Kitanga in the latest spate.
15:00
15:00

Reviving Passenger Train Postponed To 2015 2

The talk of reviving passenger train services has been on-going since late 2012. The progress that has been made is the availability of three, 120 seater coaches seat that were refurbished at Nalukolongo.
14:47
14:47

Security Blocks Demolition of Makhansigh Market Lockups 2

Margret Bagyerize the association chairperson accuses the RDC and police for meddling in the affairs of the market yet they are not part of its leadership.
14:44
14:44

20 witnesses to Testify against Parliament Budget Boss

The IGG states that they have evidence to show that Wanyaka between August 13 and December 19 last year, stole Ugx 822 million out of which he made fictitious and false accountability of over Ugx 682 million and the remaining balance of over Ugx 140 million was not accounted for.
14:23
14:23

UPDF Takes Over Security of Mt. Elgon National Game Park 3

Jacob Opolot, the Elgon Regional Police commander says the deployment will also help beef up the security of tourists in the area.
13:58
13:58

Logistical Challenges Crippling Sports Development in Kitgum 3

Maditun Louis, the Kitgum district vice chairperson in charge of competitions says the department is logistically constrained to organize regular competitions.
13:29
13:29

Weekly Market Blocks Access to Six Major Roads in Luweero 3

The weekly bazaar was set up a decade ago to provide market access for agricultural produce but has expanded beyond the allotted space in recent years as more farmers and general traders abandon their shops and market stalls to vend their produce from the roadside.
12:35
12:35

Byabagambi: Standard Gauge Railway Final Construction Cost Yet To Be Agreed 3

Byabagambi was responding to criticism that Uganda is to get one of the most inflated prices for a Standard Gauge Railway.
12:04
12:04

2 NRM Contenders Faceoff for Amuru Woman MP Seat nrm nominations 2

Prof. Elijah D. Mushemeza, the vice chairperson of the NRM Electoral commission explains that the party rules requires aspirants to relinquish all other political positions before they are given chance to take part in another election.
11:44
11:44

Jinja Politicians Indicted for Abandoning Own Manifestos 2016 elections 4

Unmet deliverables triggering the accusation include; the failure to improve household incomes, failure to provide clean and safe water, poor physical infrastructure, rising levels of unemployment, escalating land wrangles and the poor state of health facilities.
11:08
11:08

Ibanda Residents Ignore Disaster Warnings 1

Tom Nuwagira, acting natural resource Officer Ibanda District says they tried all means to push residents to vacate the area in vain.
11:06
11:06

Gov't Halts Second Ferry for Masaka-Kalangala Route mv pearl 3 1

The statement is a blow to travelers who have over the last two years hoped that delivery of the second ship operated by Kalangala Infrastructure Services (KIS) would ease cargo transport from the islands. MV Amani; the private ship connecting Kalangala through Entebbe does not carry cargo.
10:49
10:49

Court Rules Today On Mutilated Child Case co-wives 1

Masaka Grade one magistrate is today expected to rule in the case of a woman accused of inserting razorblades into the private parts of her then 3 weeks old step daughter. Masaka Grade one Chief Magistrate Mary Ikit is expected to give her ruling in the case.
10:29
10:29

Kabarole Community Schools, A Shadow of Their Past patrick rwakaikara 1

Musinguzi says that some of the teachers were recalled by the district education department and transferred to Universal Primary Education (UPE) schools.
09:59
09:59

Creamland High School Sends 24 Candidates Home Over indiscipline strikes

Christian Agaba, the director Creamland High school says the affected candidates are too wild and couldn't be tolerated.
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