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18:21
18:21

Ministers Aronda, Baba Hit Back at Immigration Board 3

But in his response, Aronda dismissed the concerns of Nyakaisiki describing them as wild talk and individualized.
17:07
17:07

Kadaga Calls For Ban on Exportation of Domestic Workers sex slavery 1

According to Kadaga, slavery is still acceptable in the Arab World hence the need to protect young people from ending up victims.
16:53
16:53

Expectations over Oil Revenues Worry Experts oil curse 2

For the last three years he has been working, Nickson Ayebare, a graduate from Makerere University hasn't been able to even build a house for his family. But when Uganda starts pumping oil a few years from now, Ayebare hopes, the story will be very different.
16:45
16:45

Minister Nyanzi Ordered to Refund Ugx12 Million vincent nyanzi 1

The decision was taken after Deborah Katuramu, the Ministry of Presidency Permanent secretary told the Public Accounts committee of parliament that Nyanzi was paid Ugx 12 million to undertake a training for foreign leaders in Korea.
16:38
16:38

Bangi To Take Part In Three Tournaments In Southern Africa zambia 1 1

Bangi says she is determined to work hard and win the title in Zambia because her target is to get enough points to be able to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
16:14
16:14

Raymond Engena Named UWA ED As Seguya Starts Forced Leave elephant poaching

Raymond Engena, the Director of Tourism at Uganda Wildlife Authority has taken over the leadership at Uganda Wildlife Authority as the acting Executive Director. This follows a directive by the Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities Dr. Maria Mutagamba asking the Uganda Wildlife Authority Executive Director, Dr. Andrew Ggunga Seguya, to take leave.
15:57
15:57

Government Aids Moyo Fire victims 3

While handing over the iron sheets to the affected families Musa Ecweru, the state minister regretted the delayed government response and asked the residents to accept the Iron sheets and roof their houses.
15:10
15:10

EC Announces Roadmap For Busia LC 5 By-election

According to Taremwa, the candidates will be given 44 days to traverse the constituency to interact with the electorates from 8th December to 20th January 2015 before elections are held on 22nd January 2015.
14:50
14:50

Parliament Objectivity Queried as Push for Reforms Builds Momentum 1 1

Some of the reforms expected to be tabled after the conference include; regular holding of elections for political parties, abolition of the army seats in parliament, reduction of the term of office for the Electoral Commission chairman, representation of political parties at the electoral commission and reduction of presidential powers among others.
13:09
13:09

Convicted PS John Kashaka Granted Bail

Kashaka won the momentary freedom after challenging a decision by Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa who denied him bail in September, 2014 on grounds that his health and advanced age of 60years did not constitute exceptional circumstances to warrant his release on bail.
12:51
12:51

NFA: Collaborative Forestry Management Yet to Bear Fruit in Bunyoro 2

But Stewart Maniraguha, the NFA Kisindi sector Manager says, the arrangement is yet to achieve much as expected.
11:28
11:28

Micho Not Abandoning Uganda Cranes south africa 1

Free State Stars FC had initially wanted to sign Sredojevic early in the season, but he was not willing to quit his position as head coach of Uganda. The Cranes coach is highly regarded in South Africa after helping Orlando Pirates reach the 2006 CAF Champions League semifinals.
11:13
11:13

Crime Rates Soar in Mbarara Dark Spots street lights 3

Cyclists have been waylaid and stabbed; handbags snatched, cases of attempted rape recorded, and in some cases injuries sustained as pedestrians fall prey to attackers in the dark spots. Rarely does a fortnight pass without an alarm of a person being attacked in one of the dark spots within the town, A URN reporter observes.
10:52
10:52

IGG Orders Soroti Municipality to Halt All Activities at Moruapesur Primary school soroti district 3

But Omer insists that the disputed land belongs to the school, adding that, the settlers are former Internally Displaced Persons and have no claim.
10:05
10:05

Operation Wealth Creation Program Comes Under Criticism In Kabarole war veterans 2

Mugisa says that many widows have tried to acquire agricultural in-puts in vain as they are labeled masqueraders.
09:57
09:57

Orange Your Neighborhood to Stop Violence against Women un women 1 1 Top story

Violent acts against women are in most cases committed by an intimate partner. Of all women killed in 2012, almost half died at the hands of a partner or family member, UN research suggests.
07:59
07:59

RDC Blocks Election of Apac District BMU Officials

But Ebong denies accusation of bribing members of the Electoral College, which is comprised of 30 members mainly chairpersons of BMU at landing sites on Lake Kwania and part of Lake Kyoga.
07:30
07:30

Government Considers Short Measures To Improve Service Delivery In Oil Refinery Area ministry of energy 2

Francis Elungati, the lands officer Ministry of Energy says government is considering short term measures to ensure that people in the area receive services in the meantime.
06:54
06:54

Felix Kaweesi: Police Has No Short Term Plan to Rehabilitate Masaka Barracks 2 3 Top story

Two wives of police officers who declined to identify themselves because they are not authorized to speak to the media told Uganda Radio Network that their houses leak.
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