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18:59
18:59

Ministers Stall Business in Parliament tenth parliament 6 1 Top story

The trio including Education Minister, Janet Kataha Museveni, Internal Affairs State Minister, Obiga Kania and their Security counterpart, Henry Tumukunde were lined up on the order paper to present statements to parliament from issues in their dockets.
18:28
18:28

Evacuated Ugandan Knocked Dead in Amuru

Martin Okoba, the LC I Bibia East Village says Jamil was riding on the left side when he was knocked dead by the bus.
18:11
18:11

Stick Wielding Men Interfere With Kakumiro NRM Elections

Nathan Karaki, the Acting Kakumiro District Police Commander, says they have launched a manhunt for the suspects.
17:43
17:43

NIRA Lays Off More Than 1000 Workers 1 1 Top story

Judy Obitre-Gama, the NIRA executive Director, said the biggest task of the national Identity card registration and information management was done by the team that was leaving.
17:21
17:21

New HIV Infections Up in 74 Countries aids2016 3

The highest rates of infection were in Southern Africa with more than one percent of the population per year becoming infected in Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland. Uganda had an average of 77,000 new infections, down from 140,000 infections in 2014.
17:07
17:07

Mob Kills One, Injures Critically Five Others community policing 1 1

Geoffrey Muwanga, a survivor, says the thugs repeatedly attacked them with machetes accusing them of being robbers who have been terrorizing Sembabule.
16:43
16:43

Court Upholds Election of Bunyole East MP 1 4

High court upholds the election of Moses Nagwomu Musamba as the Bunyole East county Member of Parliament in Butaleja district.
16:16
16:16

URA Closes Nakivubo Stadium Over UGX 400m Tax Arrears

Abdusallam Waiswa, the URA Debt Manager, says the tax arrears date back from 2013 up to date.
13:46
13:46

Uganda Could Be Losing 2tr Due To Multinational Tax Dodge 1

A document titled 25 Years of Uganda Investment Authority states that known tax havens Cayman Islands, Canada, Singapore, Netherlands and the United States are among the Top 10 investment source countries.
12:24
12:24

Delays In Kibaale, Kagadi and Kakumiro NRM Polls nrm elections

Nobel Fabiano, the Kyebando Sub county polling supervisor, says although voters were already at the venue by oclock, voting couldnt start due to lack of voting materials.
12:11
12:11

New Regimen Averts HIV Transmission through Breast Milk

Until today, Medical experts recommended formula feeding for infants in order to avert possible transmission through breast milk. World Health Organisation data indicates that transmission rates through breast milk can range between 15 to 45 percent.
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12:00

High Turnover of Councilors Bad For Governance-ACODE local governance 3

Dr. Arthur Bainomugisha, the Executive Director ACODE, says although several LC V councilors retired out of pressure, majority of them were voted out for alleged failure to meet the expectations of their voters due to lack of civic education.
11:59
11:59

Kiplimo Faces Tough Test In Poland dominic otuchet 1

Ugandas Jacob Kiplimo will face a tough test when he takes part in the finals of the 10,000m at the 2016 World Junior Championship in Bydoszcz, Poland.
11:38
11:38

Mandela's Cellmate Asks Government to Respect Rights nelson mandela 3 2

81 year old Maharaj who was jailed for 15 years together with world Icon Mandela is famously renowned for smuggling Nelson Mandelas Manuscript that would later see the publication of the book A Long Walk to Freedom.
11:22
11:22

Otuke Residents Face Eviction From Gov't Land

In 2012, an attempt by government to evict the squatters led to the death of Alfred Oluge, the Deputy Head of Atekokwerowee clan during the resultant protests.
11:14
11:14

CSOs Demand Policies To Enusre Women's Land Rights 5

A call has been made to government to enact laws that permit equal succession or inheritance rights for women.
10:45
10:45

Striking Lecturers Accuse University Administration Of Intimidation kabale university 2 1

On July 15th, Manzi Tumubweine, the Kabale university council chairperson convened a meeting with the lecturers and unsuccessfully pleaded with them to end their strike, saying they would be cleared soon.
10:34
10:34

Juba Crisis: 9,000 Enter Uganda igad

About 306 Kenyan, 269 South Sudanese,14 Burundians, eight Eritreans, two British nationals, four Rwandan nationals entered the country from South Sudan over the weekend alone.
10:15
10:15

Heavy Police Deployment as Rubanda Votes in NRM Primaries 2

Augustine Nakitari, the Rubanda District Police Commander, says the deployment is aimed at ensuring peaceful primaries.
09:52
09:52

Pastor Demands UGX 4Bn Compensation for Karuma Land compensation claims 1

Through his lawyer, Jude Ogik, Kilama contends that in 2011, the Energy and Mineral Developments Ministry paid him Shillings 10 million for an acre of land.
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