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Equity Bank Manager, Businessmen Remanded Over Money Laundering

The Anti-Corruption Court on Tuesday remanded Equity Bank\'s Operations Manager, David Serwamba Musoke to Luzira prisons over alleged money laundering.
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21:00

SC Villa Are 2015 Uganda Cup Winners uganda cup final 1

Sports Club Villa are the 2015 Uganda Cup winners after seeing off arch rivals KCCA FC 3-0 in a game played at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on Tuesday afternoon.
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17:56

UWA, District Officials Disagree Over New Revenue Sharing Guidelines 4

According to Byaruhanga, four classroom blocks built in his district with funding from UWA collapsed shortly after completion due to shoddy work done by ill trained community members.
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16:48

Mbabazi Supporters Arrested in Luweero, Gulu as Swoop Intensifies 2 2

The arrests which started yesterday in different parts of the country followed a declaration by Amama Mbabazi, of a bid to contest for the Presidency. His agents thereafter embarked on the distribution of branded materials which included among others; posters, T-shirts and books, all bearing Mbabazis portrait.
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16:24

Mak Develops Card to Determine Survival of Premature Babies 3 1

The new method involves the use of a card with measurements, which is placed under the feet of a premature baby.
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Police Intercepts Truck with 28 Girls Aboard karamoja sub region 1

The children whose ages range from nine to 15 years, were aboard a Isuzu truck Reg. no. UAQ 965Z when they were intercepted at Lorengechora town council, 55 kilometers South West of Moroto.
15:40
15:40

Central Banking Rate Raised to 13% to Tame Inflation Pressures

Uganda has recorded a steady decline in exports of goods and services despite a growth in demand from markets outside the country. The trend, Bank of Uganda believes, has dragged down the aggregate demand and in effect hurt the economy.
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Experts Predict Tough Road for Uganda\'s Middle Income Aspirations 1

Nakimuli says attaining the middle income status will only have meaning if all Ugandans are involved and the benefits are for all.
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15:06

Parliament Urged to Expedite Children\'s Amendment Bill child marriages 1

Benon Katumwa, the National Director of Empower a Child, a non-profit organization that focuses on children and families living in extreme poverty in Uganda and Kenya said that child marriages continue to have a devastating effect on the health and education of young girls who are forced into the practice.
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14:59

Opposition Welcomes Mbabazi\'s Bid for Presidency 1

Kenneth Kakande, the Deputy DP spokesperson says Mbabazi's determination clearly shows that there are people in the ruling party yawning for change but they are coerced to keep quiet.
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13:44

Kooki Chiefdom Declares Annual Tree Planting Day kamuswaga 1 1

Kooki Environment Minister Dickson Ssebyala says that at least 80 out of the 100 hills in Kooki have been destroyed by human activity which involved cutting of tress and charcoal burning among others. He adds that the situation has exposed the chiefdom to severe drought conditions.
13:35
13:35

URA Ordered to Refund over Ugx3billion to UTODA

Three Justices of the court; Steven Kavuma, Augustine Nshimye and Remmy Kasule observed that the URA erred in collecting the money from UTODA since the law then under Kampala City Council, exempted them from paying VAT.
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DP Postpones Delegates Conference 2 1

Kenneth Kakande DP deputy spokesperson says during the just concluded grass root elections in the various districts they party electoral commission received more than 200 petitions which they need to handle before the delegates conference is held.
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12:41

Kalungu Chairman Proposes Minimum Qualifications for Councilors 1 3

According to Musoke, the failure to impose any educational requirements on other Local Councilors is affecting the performance of local governments.
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12:39

Police Probes Gulu Journalist Death journalist dead

The Journalists body was found tied to a bed in her home in Kolo quarters, Layibi division Gulu town last evening. She had a rope hanging over her neck, with blood strewn over the floor, Aswa Regional Police Commander Wilson Kwanya says.
11:07
11:07

Court Asks Nuns, Kabale Diocese to Settle Case Out of Court

On May 12 of 2014, Sister Mary Mukanyangezi, the commissioner of the Nun\'s Association under Kabale Diocese wrote to five nuns saying the church wouldn\'t renew their vows over alleged insubordination.
11:06
11:06

UCC switches off analogue TVs in Kampala signet uganda 3

Signet Uganda, the company mandated by government to be the sole signal distributor as the country heads towards digital migration, announced June 15 as the date for switch on to digital broadcasting.
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Ekring Faces Sri Lanka\'s Karunaratne In US Open edwin ekiring 1

Africa\'s top ranked player Edwin Ekiring will face Sri Lanka\'s Niluka Karunaratne in the first round of the US Open Badminton Championship on Tuesday evening.
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Private Schools Must Be Taxed, says URA\'s Akol 2

Akol said it makes no sense taxing other far smaller businesses like saloons, garages and stationery shops and exempt private schools which make much more money.
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