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22:30

Solar Powered Bike Invented boda boda 1 2

The motor cycle is one of the latest innovations by the Chevy Volt, the manufacturer of electric cars. It is already being piloted in India with the manufactures saying the battery life is about forty five years.
21:44
21:44

Renewable Energy Could save Gulf Countries 400 million barrels of oil water treatment 1

The Gulf Cooperation Council countries would save millions of barrels of oil if they deployment more renewable energy resources in water desalination.
19:03
19:03

Contractor Abandons Garbage Collection in Nakasero Market kampala garbage 1 1

The market management was then tasked to pay the contractor all the necessary fees for collecting the garbage. Traders who spoke to Uganda Radio Network say they pay a daily rate of 1000 Shillings to cover the cost of garbage collection. Nakasero Market hosts about 4500 traders.
18:35
18:35

Kyalya Pledges to Review UPE Policy

She blamed the poor performance of Dokolo, Alebtong, Otuke, Apac,Kole, and Oyam districts in last years Primary Leaving Examinations on the current UPE policy, which she said doesnt provide for a conducive learning environment.
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Hosts Rwanda storm 2016 CHAN Quarter Final uganda cranes 1

Rwandas Amavubi have qualified for quarter stage of the on-going 2016 Africa Nations Championship CHAN after stopping Gabon 2-1 in a Group A game played at the Amahoro Stadium on Wednesday.
18:03
18:03

Hoima Self-styled Brigadier Arrested for Robbery matayo kyaligonza 2

A subsequent search in his house uncovered two national identity cards, one in the names of Immaculate Ntegeka and the other in the names of Irene Nangobi. Also recovered was a Centenary Bank ATM card belonging to Immaculate Ntegeka and a log book for a Yamaha motorcycle registration number UBC 230V in the names of George Babyenda.
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45 Percent of Registered Voters Don\'t Know the Polling Day electoral commision 4

Dr. Patrick Wakida, the Director Research World International says the findings are disturbing given the fact that numerous attempts have been made to educate voters on the voting process.
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17:25

Judges React to Travel Restrictions

Justice Lawrence Gidudu, the head of the Anti-Corruption Court says some of the travels are inevitable since some judges go abroad for medical attention.
16:35
16:35

Property Owners Demand Compensation Over Road Works 2 3

Salvatore Embatia, the proprietor California Hotel accuses the municipality of blocking their compensation on the grounds that their properties are found in the road reserve.
16:19
16:19

Judiciary Installs CCTV Cameras to Curb Corruption

The registries, which serve as the first places of contact between the general public and courts of law are usually very busy places where filing of the court cases takes place. Usually, a lot of dirty deals take place within the registries to defeat justice.
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16:04

Fresh Poll Gives Museveni 51 Percent amama mbabazi 3 1 Top story

According to the poll results, majority of the respondents said they would vote for Museveni because of his leadership that has maintained peace and stability in the country.
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15:36

Makerere University to Expand Distance Learning Programs 2 1

Ddumba said that the decision arises out of a resolution by the University Council in which the Open Distance and E-learning policy was approved to guide the implementation of Open, Distance and e-learning programs.
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ICC to Pronounce Ongwen\'s fate Within 60 days 1

The three member panel of judges that will hear Ongwens case includes Cuno Tarfusser, the presiding judge, Marc Perrin de Brichambut and Chang-ho Chung.
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Government Contracts to be Awarded in Shillings uganda shilling

In a January 15th letter to all Permanent Secretaries, the Secretary to the Treasury Keith Muhakanizi observed that the current practice of awarding contracts for works, goods and services in dollars, was increasing pressure on the Uganda Shilling.
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Luweero District Redeploys Former NAADS Coordinators 4

Luweero Chief Administrative Officer Eustace Gakwandi says that the redeployment of staff follows a notice issued by Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries in 2015 directing districts to absorb former NAADs Coordinators into new single spine agriculture extension system.
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12:36

Woman Remanded Over Nude Protest nude protests

Babiryes trouble started after a group of women from Apuuton village in Arapai Sub County stripped naked last year accusing Soroti University officials of encroaching on their land.
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12:15

Museveni Hints at Pardoning Katuramu john sanyu katuramu 1

The demand for parole to Katuramu dominated President Musevenis campaign rally at the Boma grounds in Fort Portal on Tuesday. Several National Resistance Movement NRM party supporters turned up at the campaign rally carrying big posters of Katuramu and asking the president to pardon him.
11:59
11:59

New Weed Threatens Fisheries Sector water weeds 1 2

The weed, locally known as Nankabirwa has spread along Lakes Albert, Kyoga and parts of the upper Nile. The weed forms dense mats that affect movement of fish, blocks boat access and other fishing activities, a development that poses a big threat to the sector.
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The path of nonviolence is always more powerful uganda decides 2016 1

The past few months have witnessed a lively campaign season, with many observers saying this is the most hotly contested vote in Ugandas history. Unfortunately, as the electoral clock winds down, the number of reports of election-related violence and intimidation is increasing.
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Journalists Warn on Withdrawal of Office Space chris obore 1

Through its lawyer, Isaac Ssemakadde, UPPA argues that the decision by Chris Obore, the Director of Communications and Public Affairs at Parliament to withdraw office space from journalists could result into unnecessary and avoidable conflict.
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