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20:03
20:03

Parliament Summons Editors Over "Bad Press" 1

The move has been seen as an attempt to gag journalists and media coverage of Parliament of Uganda.
18:15
18:15

Soroti Municipal Council Impounds Vehicles soroti municipality 1

Emmanuel Banya, the Town Clerk Soroti Municipality, says the impounded vehicles were found loading along Soroti-Lira high way near Soroti Regional Referral Hospital while others were waiting their time to take off.
18:07
18:07

Katosi: Lawyer Ssemwogerere Presents Passports to MPs mukono katosi road 3 1

In his June 2015 report, Auditor General John Muwanga noted that whereas UNRA signed the Mukono-Katosi Road contract with Eutaw on November 15th 2013, Ssemwogerere was hired to carry out due diligence on July 2014.
17:34
17:34

Gov't to Introduce Landlord-Tenants Law city landlords 2

Chris Byaromunsi, the State Minister for Lands, says although tenants and their land lords have equal rights; in most cases landlords treat tenants unjustly.
17:21
17:21

Ex-LRA Captives Ask for Free Education lra joseph kony 1

Former Lords Resistance Army --LRA-- captives living in Lira district have asked government to offer them free education other than handouts.
17:18
17:18

Parliament Direct EC To Cut LC Election Budget 5 1 Top story

While appearing before the Public Service and Local Government Committee today, EC chairman, Engineer Badru Kiggundu revealed that Shillings 124 million is for regional workshops for EC staff; Shillings 577 million for demarcation of boundaries; Shillings 1.5 billion for publicity and voter education and Shillings 457 million is for training of trainers workshops.
17:02
17:02

South Sudanese Refugee settlements

South Sudanese refugees who fled fighting in the country since December 2013.
16:57
16:57

Jobless Brotherhood Members Denied Bail 1

Robert Mayanja and Augustine Ojabire appeared this afternoon before the Jinja Grade one magistrate, John Francis Kaggwa for their bail application ruling hoping to regain their freedom.
16:53
16:53

Mixed Reactions as Kaberamaido Schools Remain Closed private schools

Charles Bonny Makmot, the district education officer says 85 nursery, 84 primary, seven vocational and four secondary schools were closed about a week ago for flouting operation guidelines.
16:19
16:19

Ugandan Traders Braving Juba Market Despite Small Profits 2

Some of the traders told Uganda Radio Network that the demand for Ugandan commodities is there but the propensity to consume is low since the economy has been in the doldrums for a while.
16:11
16:11

Kyambogo University Pushes for More Staff 3 1

At a press conference today at Kyambogo University council room, Acting Vice Chancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka Rwakishaya said the huge numbers admitted have created the need for more lecturers and teaching space.
15:35
15:35

UGX 28Bn Needed to Complete National Archives Center world bank 3 1

In his speech, the Prime Minister, Ruhakana Rugunda, said the National Records Center and Archives building is very instrumental for fostering national identity and protection of rights.
15:05
15:05

80 New Judicial Areas in Offing judiciary 1 1

Currently, the judiciary has only 43 chief Magistrates and 48 high court judges serving the estimated 35 million people in Uganda.
14:54
14:54

Rhino-Camp Market Left to Waste 3 1

Yasin Ojuku Vulega, a bicycle mechanic and resident of Rhino-Camp Trading center, says before the vendors abandoned Rhino camp market he used to make up to Shillings 50,000 daily from repairing bicycles and selling spare parts but currently only makes Shillings 20,000.
12:06
12:06

Gov't Drafting Policy to Protect Sacco Deposits 3 1 Top story

Some of the Saccos in Greater Masaka region that has been riddled with financial scams include Taala Ya Mawogola, Mateete Micro Saving societies, Victoria Basin, Kakuuto micro Sacco, Masaka Elders SACCO and SHE micro savings societies.
11:41
11:41

Delayed Funding Reduces Local Councils to Beggars - Arua Chairperson 1 1

Arua district chairperson Wadri Sam Nyakua has said delayed remittance of funds from the central government is hurting decentralisation policy.
11:10
11:10

Omoro District Finally Constitutes Govt new districts

Councillors on Wednesday evening elected National Resistance Movement candidate Damascus Odongo, the Lakwana sub county councillor their speaker in the second round of voting.
11:03
11:03

Amuru Magistrate Court Struggles To Deliver Justice 3 1

Joseph Angole, the Amuru Court magistrate attributes this to the absence of a prison facility in both districts.
11:02
11:02

Rwampara County in Tree Planting Drive environment 1

Leaders in Rwampara County in Mbarara district have started a campaign to plant 40,000 trees in the area.
10:23
10:23

Journalist Arrested For 'Disrupting Police Work' press freedom

Asaph Bindire was picked up on Wednesday evening at Nyakihanga in Itojo Sub County along the Ntungamo-Mbarara road moments after he reportedly photographed a traffic police officer receiving a bribe from a taxi driver.
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