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19:52
19:52

Trade Ministry Seeks UGX 2.7B for National Export Development Strategy ministry of trade 1

The Ministry of Trade Industry and Cooperatives is seeking 2.7 billion Uganda shillings to streamline Ugandan products for export for next five years.
19:39
19:39

Adopt Health Workers Migration Policy- Researchers 1 3

Prof. Francis Omaswa, the Executive Director ACHEST said the government of Uganda was losing a lot of money due to the brain drain of health workers. According to Prof Omaswa, government is spending money to train medical practitioners and yet not reaping from their acquired skills.
19:02
19:02

Broadcasters Body Plans Registration, Training of Practitioners

The National Association of Broadcasters Uganda NAB plans to register all broadcast journalists and practitioners in an attempt to improve their welfare. In a report to all broadcasters and the general public, Kin Kariisa, the Chair of NAB, says in the next two years they, together with the Media Council, will register all personnel of broadcasting houses.
18:29
18:29

FDC Candidates Ride On Unfulfilled Pledges to Gain Support In Bunyangabu bunyangabu district 2 1

At the launch of their campaigns on Monday, the candidates said that for over a decade, NRM has made various pledges to Bunyangabu it has failed to fulfill.
18:27
18:27

Bundibugyo Elders Move to Stop Split of Cultural Institution rwenzururu movement

Last month, a rift emerged after members of the Babandi Clan, one of the 25 clans in Bwamba threatened to establish a rival cultural institution. They accused Lt. Col. Martin Kamya, the Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba OBB cultural leader of marginalising the clan members and the family of the late Peter Mupalya. Mupalya, who died in 2014 is among the Rwenzururu Movement Freedom fighters who alongside the late Yeremiya Kawamara and Isaya Mukirania walked out of the Tooro Kingdom Parliament in March 1962 protesting marginalisation by the Batooro. Mupalya is from the Babandi clan.
18:15
18:15

PSU Investigates Kitgum Police After Inmate Rides Motorcycle uganda police force 1 3

The inquiry follows the wide circulation of a photograph of an inmate in Prisoners yellow uniform riding a Police Motorcycle registration number UP4232 in the heart of Kitgum town. The photo went viral on social media over the weekend attracting wide public condemnation and criticism of Police.
17:55
17:55

Pro-Age Limit Removal Demo Extends to Kabale nrm supporters 1 8

Hundreds of National Resistance Movement-NRM party supporters in Kabale District have staged another demonstration in support of the proposed removal of the presidential age limit.
17:53
17:53

Masaka Municipality Scoffs At Museveni's Directive on Taxi Fees masaka taxi park 1 1

Denis Lukanga Majwala, the Katwe-Butego Division LC 3 chairman has criticized President Museveni for issuing the directive without consulting them.
17:37
17:37

Vote Counting Underway in Kaabong By-election kaabong district 1 1

Vote counting has started in the Kaabong woman parliamentary by-election, an exercise that has attracted a high turn up.
17:18
17:18

IGP Kayihura Takes Over 50 High Profile Cases 1

The Inspector General of Police IGP Kale Kayihura is directly leading investigations into more than 50 high profile cases through specialised units of the force. Uganda Radio Network understands that none of the top officers in the Criminal Investigations Directorate CID is in any way involved in these investigations or gets updated on the progress.
17:17
17:17

Bribery Claims Rock SGS Parliament Probe 5 1

Suspicion that money could have exchanged hands between Members of Parliament and officials of SGS came to light during a closed-door meeting between the company and the Physical Infrastructure committee of Parliament.
16:56
16:56

Police Recover Another Woman's Body in Entebbe

The discovery of Nalules body brings to 13, the number of women believed to have killed by serial killers.
16:31
16:31

Another Person Dies of Suspected Crimean Congo Fever in Nakaseke 1 Top story

The patient, a resident of Nsaasi village in Nakaseke Sub County was admitted at Nakaseke Hospital on August 20 with symptoms of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic fever. The symptoms include high grade fever, oral sores, headache, abdominal pain and diarrhea, among others.
16:09
16:09

Private Schools, Parents Criticize Plans to Suspend USE Funding 6

Johnson Adupa, the Director Saviors Secondary School, says he is considering increasing the school fees by Shillings 47, 000, the equivalent of the money they have been receiving to enable the smooth running of the school.
15:59
15:59

New Committee to Root Pornography Out of Uganda fr simon lokodo 2

Those who took oath today include committee chairperson Dr Annette Katsimbazi Kezaabu, the Kampala International University Vice Chancellor Academics, Dalton Opwonya a representative of the lawyers, Dr Fred Nyakori, the Ministry of Health representative, Hafisa Kabagonja on behalf of cultural institutions and Victoria Sentamu representing publishers.
15:25
15:25

Uganda Prepare Complaint To AIBA Over Ayiti kenneth gimugu 1

Uganda has blamed the World Boxing body, AIBA for eliminating David Ayiti from the entry list at the on-going 2017 World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.
14:07
14:07

Nansana Murder Suspects Face Terror Charges

Police Spokesperson, Asan Kasingye, says the suspects were picked up after they were implicated by one of their colleagues he identified as Ibrahim Kaweesa, a former robbery convict.
13:34
13:34

Residents Defy Orders to Vacate Soroti University Land high court 3 1

Fifty five- year-old Geresem Ewotu, says they should be treated as bonafied occupants since they have lived on the contested land for many years.
13:15
13:15

Police Foil Nateete Trader's Demonstration natete market

According to Kauju, RR Family Transporters Limited claims ownership of the one acre piece of Mailo land that hosts the market found in Kyadondo-Mengo in Rubaga Division.
13:09
13:09

Polls Underway In Kaabong kaabong district 1

Hundreds of voters were seen lining up as early as 7 a.m. the long queues continue to be seen at most polling stations across the district.
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