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18:31
18:31

UHRC Report Names Police As Top Rights Abuser uhrc report 2015 1 2 Top story

Medi Kaggwa, the Chairman UHRC, says most of the complaints rotate around detention beyond the mandatory 48 hours that were filed majorly during the pre-election period. Most of the cases were heard by the tribunal leading to the award of Shillings 219 million.
18:16
18:16

Kazinda Denies Fuel Money Scam

The charges relate to the misappropriation of more than Shillings 15 billion meant for the reconstruction of post-war northern Uganda and Karamoja sub-regions under the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan PRDP
17:56
17:56

Committee to Probe UGX13B Payment for Kasokoso Land 1 4

Nathan Nandala Mafabi, the Budadiri East MP, says the committee should also dig further o establish how the lawyers of NHCC and those of Kireka Estates came to agree on the out-of-court settlement.
17:39
17:39

Maternal Deaths On the Rise 2

Dr. Peter Waiswa, an Associate Professor at Makerere University School of Public Health, says although 65 percent of every 100,000 mothers deliver in health centers, they find the facilities empty which fuels maternal deaths.
17:02
17:02

Court Dismisses Sexual Harassment Case Against Germany National

This prompted, Justice John Eudes Keitirima to dismiss the case since prosecution has failed to produce evidence and witnesses to pin the suspect.
16:35
16:35

Enanga: No Fresh Charges Against Besigye besigye trial

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said they didnt prefer any charges against Besigye because he was only put under preventive arrest to stop him from committing crime.
16:03
16:03

Nabeta to Gov't: Eliminate Bureaucracies at UBC elections 2016 3

Speaking during the hand over to the incoming UBC board chairperson Simon Kaheru this afternoon, Nabeta said UBC has inherent problems since it is a government institution, where certain procedures must be followed.
15:25
15:25

Jinja Hospital Stuck with Non Functional Medical Equipment 3 1

Matayo Yandua, a senior laboratory technologist at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital, says the machines broke down and their efforts to repair them have not yielded any results.
15:16
15:16

Court orders Minister Opendi out of Parliament election petitions 1

Court found that the election results were altered in favor of State Minister, Sarah Achieng Opendi. Opendi is also Tororo Woman Member of Parliament.
15:02
15:02

Severe Water Crisis Hits Ryakarimira Town Council 1

Jimmy Kwarija, a resident of the town council, says the prolonged drought has not helped the situation.
14:27
14:27

UETCL Explains Nationwide Blackout utoda 1

A statement from Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited-UETCL shows that the power blackout occurred when ESKOM unsuccessfully tried to normalize power supply after maintenance works.
12:53
12:53

Rugby Cranes Skipper Odong Warns Kenya 1

Uganda Rugby Cranes captain Brian Odong has warned that they are capable of beating Kenya when the two teams face-off on Saturday.
12:33
12:33

Dr. Mukungu: Bailout Plan Misunderstood 6

One of the allegedly distressed companies, Roofings Group, has come out to denounce that it is seeking a bailout of over 200 billion Shillings.
12:09
12:09

Bee Keeping Activities Suspended After Echuya Forest Fire kisoro 2

Patrick Byarugaba, another bee keeper from Kinyarushenge cell in Muko Sub County, says suspending bee activities from Echuya forest reserve will affect their income.
11:30
11:30

Lyantonde Councilors Protest Filthy Toilets

Joseph Juuko, the Lyantonde District Vice Chairperson, says the problem stems from lack of water to clean the toilets.
10:59
10:59

Portable device developed for rapid detection of aflatoxins groundnuts 1

Farmers will soon access an affordable device for rapid detection of aflatoxins in crops.
10:36
10:36

More South Sudanese Refugees Enter Uganda war in south sudan

Proscovia Nakibuuka Mbonye ,the UNICEF Communication Officer says following an inter-agency assessment mission comprising of UNHCR, Office of Prime Minister, UNICEF and other partners, a new settlement is to be opened in Yumbe district.
10:18
10:18

Uganda Implements New Yellow Fever Vaccination Guidelines

Professor Anthony Mbonye, the Director General Health Services, says they started implementing the amendments to the International Health Regulations 2005 two months ago.
09:52
09:52

Police Recovers Stolen Baby

Jackson Baryampika, the Kitgum District Police Commander, says Adong was picked up from her uncles house in Pager Division in Kitgum municipality where she had temporarily taken shelter.
07:50
07:50

Entebbe Raid: How Ugandan Soldiers Turned Guns Against Amin bob astles 1 Top story

In the second part of our Entebbe raid story, we look at how an attempted coup in Sudan forced the hijackers to abandon their plans of landing in Khartoum. Also, find out how, after the attack, Ugandan soldiers felt betrayed by Idi Amin and turned guns against their Commander-in-Chief.
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