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20:03
20:03

No Money For CCTV Cameras, Says Kasaija uganda police force 1 Top story

Kasaija while answering questions from journalists at the Media Centre in Kampala said there is no money for the camera. He hastily added that the money can be got.
19:52
19:52

Statistics Scholar Ntozi Honoured With Book ubos 2 1

Titled Demography of Uganda and Selected African Countries: Towards More Sustainable Development Pathways, the piece of work is a scholarly tribute to Prof. Ntozi for his 45 years of dedicated and distinguished service in demography to Makerere University, Uganda, Africa and beyond.
19:18
19:18

We Must Own Our Geological Data – Kaijuka 5

Richard Kaijuka, the vice Chair of Uganda Chamber of Mines and Petroleum, says geological data is useful not only in management of natural resources but development planning generally.
19:10
19:10

UCC Courts Radio Users on Digital Audio Broadcasting 3

Speaking at consultative workshop organised to disseminate findings of a preliminary digital audio broadcasting study that was conducted last year, Dr Roseline Akol, head of department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Makerere University, said digital technologies are dominating the communication world and Ugandans should not accept to remain behind.
18:48
18:48

Kasaija Announces Scheme For Locals In Public Procurment ppda report 1 1

Finance minister Matia Kasaijja has issued guidelines for a reservation scheme that could see locals participate in big public procurement in areas such as road works. The guidelines are issued under the The Buy Uganda Build Uganda policy that stipulates the need to support locally manufactured products, knowledge transfer and human capital development.
18:14
18:14

NARO Indentifies Pesticides Against Armyworm fall armyworm 1

A source at Ministry told Uganda Radio Network that National Agriculture Research Organisation NARO has successfully tested the pesticides on gardens in Kakiri, Wakiso district, and found that they could control the fall army worms by about 70 if properly applied.
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17:58

Repealing NSSF Act Dangerous – Worker's MP Lyomoki pension reforms 2 1

Christopher Kayirita, the Chairman General of COFTU says that the pension sector should be partially liberalized by leaving NSSF to operate with an improved Act and also allow other private schemes to operate.
17:40
17:40

Public University Lecturers Call Assemblies Over Salary Enhancement kyambogo university 2 2

According to Dr. Muhwezi, by the look of things, the road ahead is not smooth for them, which calls for unity.
17:23
17:23

Street Children Among 28 People Arrested in Jinja crime prevention 1

According to the Jinja District Police Commander Tyson Rutambika, the arrests follow various cases of house break-ins. He said that thugs are using street kids to break into peoples houses.
17:15
17:15

Amudat Misses Out on Prisons Recruitment warders 1

Francis Kiyonga, the district chairperson Amudat says he didnt receive any information regarding the recruitment of prison warders and wardresses.
17:15
17:15

Buddu Disbands Masaza Cup Winning Team 3 1

Vincent Mayiga, the Buddu County Chief alias Pokino, says they decided to overhaul the entire team because of indiscipline.
16:32
16:32

COSASE Querries UGX600bn Tullow Oil Tax Waiver 1 3

The committee members noted that during the hearing several Civil Society Organizations-CSOs hinted on the settlement between Tullow oil and government in which, the oil firm was allowed to pay USD 250M as a capital gains tax instead of the previous assessment of USD 407M.
16:06
16:06

Judge Closes File on Disputed Mosque

Justice Okalanyi declined to grant the complainants costs, and instead advised them to pursue the matter in a different suit.
15:49
15:49

210 Fail Prison Entry Exams 1

Frank Katungye, the Eastern Region Prisons Commander, says 420 applicants qualified to sit for the oral examinations today. He said in total 630 applicants were subjected to the written exams including those who arrived late from distant districts like Kween and Bukwo
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Lukwago Writes to Govt on CCTV Cameras kaweesi shooting

Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has penned a letter to government, through Kampala Minister Beti Kamya, seeking explanation on funding for the proposed installation of close-circuit televisionCCTV cameras in Kampala.
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15:24

Nakaseke Tomato Processing Plant Closes world bank 5

Luttamaguzi Ssemakula, the Nakaseke South Member of Parliament, says government secured a grant from World Bank towards the establishment of the plant but they are surprised that it is out of production.
14:51
14:51

Museveni To Grace World Cross Country Event dominic otuchet 1 Top story

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will be the guest of honour at the 2017 IAAF World Cross Country Championship.
13:28
13:28

AU, Private Sector Want Use of Geological Data Broadened african union

Frank Dixon Mugyenyi, the AU Senior Advisor for the Department of Trade and Industry, says geo-data should form the basis of literally any development initiative, adding that they want as many stakeholders and sectors as possible involved in the development and usage of geo-data.
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Man Kills Son for Eating Bread Without Permission murder charges 1 Top story

Police in the southwestern district of Bushenyi have arrested a 42-year-old man for allegedly killing his son after he reportedly ate bread without the fathers consent.
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Report: Extreme Weather Conditions Continue to Batter the Earth floods 1

The World Meteorological Organisation has released its annual State of Global Climate report chronicling impacts of global warming over the last year. The report says extreme weather and climate conditions have continued in 2017 even as the year 2016 made history, with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat.
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