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18:31
18:31

MAK To Pay Incentives In One Month

Makerere University Council has asked all staff and students to remain calm and allow for the smooth running of the university as it revises the staff incentive allowances.
17:01
17:01

Uganda Benefits from Refugees' Assistance - Research wfp 3 1

Jaakko Valli, co-researcher and WFPs refugee programme manager in Uganda, said there were also considerable economic benefits from the intense farming carried out by refugees on land provided by the Ugandan Government for their resettlement.
16:52
16:52

Rubanda Landslides Injure Two, Houses Destroyed 1

The most affected areas are, Rwanyenza, Matakara cells in Ikamiro parish and Rwabahondame in Bufundi Sub County. The damaged buildings included residential houses, shops, bars and a saloon. Gardens were equally swept away.
16:29
16:29

Controversy as IGP Kayihura Privately Meets MPs mp judith nabakooba 5

Police Chief Kale Kayihura is meeting a group of legislators led by defence committee chairperson Judith Nabakooba. But Shadow Minister for Internal Affairs Muwanga Kivumbi says the meeting which is taking place at Lake Victoria Serena, Kigo is a very unusual arrangement.
16:08
16:08

Bunyoro Kingdom Accuses NFA, Police of Illegal Timber Logging 2 1

The accusations come two months after a court order issued by Julia Acio, the Assistant Registrar at Masindi High Court to maintain the status quo on the ownership of the 22 square kilometer land, pending the outcome of the main application filed by NFA challenging the land title.
13:27
13:27

Residents Invade Mt Elgon National Park to Reclaim Land forceful evictions 4

These form part of a group that was evicted in 2005 by Uganda Wildlife Authority in the four villages of Bunamoli, Bumasifwa, Nahandu and Namatyale for encroaching on Mt Elgon National Park land. A total of 214 households were affected as a result of the eviction.
13:04
13:04

Ruling on Bridge Schools Case Pushed To November 4 court

Court postpones ruling of the case in which Bridge International Academies BIA is challenging the decision of Education Ministry to close down its 63 branches. Lady Justice Patricia Waswa Basaza who was supposed to deliver the ruling at 10am reported that she was out of the country and therefore her verdict was not yet ready to help in disposing off the case.
12:39
12:39

Authorities Silent as Landlords Defy Sanitation Policy buildings 1 1

Shops in Mbarara are operating with no dustbins for garbage disposal. As a result, Tenants dump garbage in any available open space and in corridors around commercial buildings.
12:18
12:18

Isingiro Leaders Divided Over Extended Quarantine farmers 1 3

Politicians and technocrats in Isingiro district have disagreed over a partial quarantine put in place 10 years ago to contain foot and mouth disease.
11:22
11:22

Central Buganda Bishop Cancels Farewell Events 3 1

Bishop Jackson Matovu, the outgoing Bishop of Central Buganda Diocese dismissed allegations of influence peddling, saying he had no role to play in the nomination and election of his successor. He added that all the years of his service, he had never seen so much hate.
07:50
07:50

New Hepatitis C Drugs Bring Hope to Millions 1

Many of the chronic sufferers treated, have been completely cured said the World Health Organization-WHO on Thursday, during the launch of a report detailing results of a two-year-old programme involving new drugs known as Direct Acting Antivirals, or DAAs.
07:41
07:41

Acholi Paramount Chief Inspires PLE Candidates 1 3

The 2016 Primary leaving examinations PLE should open a new window for education excellence in post-conflict northern Uganda, the paramount chief of Acholi, Rwot David Onen Achana II has said.
07:33
07:33

Lack of Transport Jeopardises School Inspections in Uganda school inspectors

The phenomenon coupled with several other factors including weak inspection mechanisms is generating frustration among education stakeholders and lowering the quality of education provision to Ugandan children.
07:22
07:22

Families Starve as Food Shortage Hits Isingiro District 1

The most affected parishes are Nyakarambi, Bugongi, Karubeizi and Rubira. The crisis has driven food prices up. The smallest bunch of banana that used to go for 2000 Shillings now costs 13,000 Shillings.
07:03
07:03

Court Dismisses Petition to Halt MPs Vehicle Purchase mps vehicles

Sanywa Twaha a concerned citizen had applied for interim orders stopping the payment claiming that unless the court intervened and stopped wiring of the money into each MPs bank account, taxpayers were most likely to suffer.
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