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19:51
19:51

Buganda Premier Calls for Caution on Constitutional Matters buganda kingdom 1

Premier Charles Peter Mayiga notes that matters of the Constitution affect all Ugandans and that like the rest of the citizens, the people of Baganda are concerned over tensions arising out of acrimony on matters touching upon the sanctity of the Constitution.
19:28
19:28

Kabale's Sharp Football Club Struggling Financially fufa big league 1

The newly promoted club is struggling to survive. It needs at least 280 million Shillings to be able to move to different areas as they play in Ugandas second biggest league.
19:14
19:14

Luweero Schools Embrace Chinese Language 5 1

Rodney Rugyema, an administrator at Confucius Institute explains that with support from the Chinese Embassy in Uganda, at least 30 teachers from selected schools will be trained per year and these will help to teach the language to address the shortfall of the teaching staff.
18:59
18:59

Rules Committee Set to Probe Minister Kasaija's Conduct 3 1

In June this year, Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga directed the Committee on rules, privileges and discipline chaired by Kalaki County MP Clement Ongalo-Obote to probe the minister who had allegedly launched an unprovoked attack on Parliament as he delivered the Budget Speech on June 8.
18:31
18:31

Chinese Firm to Build UGX 17B Oil & Gas Training Facility in Kampala tullow oil 2 1 Top story

The facility located in Bugolobi targets to train 1600 Ugandans annually in drilling, specialized welding for the pipelines, refineries and environment safety skills among others.
16:42
16:42

Kisekulo Takes Over as Kyotera District Chairman 1

Patrick Kintu Kisekulo has been sworn in as Kyotera district Local Council chairman. Kisekulo was sworn in on Friday afternoon by Samuel Munobe, the Masaka Chief magistrate. Kisekulo takes over from Charles Lubega Zziridamu, the interim Kyotera chairman who lost the September 21st bye-elections.
16:31
16:31

Museveni Has Passion for East Africa, says Kalonzo Musyoka graduation 4 1

Kenyas National Super Alliance NASA deputy leader, Kalonzo Musyoka, has applauded President Yoweri Musevenis passion for East Africa Community, joking that he should be the first president of East Africa. Museveni is currently in Brussels, Belgium, leading a delegation from the East African Community member states to discuss the issue of the Economic Partnership Agreements EPA with European Union EU that has stalled for years.
14:29
14:29

Kamyuka Murder Hearing Flops ivan kamyuka

Kamyuka, 33, is accused of stabbing John Ahimbisibwe, a patron of Club Guvnor with a broken glass on August 2, 2015. The brawl which resulted into Ahimbisibwes death started after Ahimbisibwe confronted Kamyukas wife Nina Nyarwaha, with whom they previously had a relationship and a son.
14:13
14:13

Operations against Illegal Fishing Go To Markets 5 1

Captain Benon Namanya, the commander of Fisheries Protection Unit at Lake Kyoga explains that although they had contained immature fishing, some dealers still beat army surveillance and bring fish in markets.
13:34
13:34

Construction of Pension Towers to Resume nssf

The ultra-modern commercial building has four basement levels with parking space for 500 cars and two podium levels for shopping malls, restaurants and conference facilities. It comprises of three towers; the first and second towers will each have 10 storeys while the third tower will have 25 storeys, making it the tallest building in Kampala.
13:13
13:13

Book on Rwanda War Launched, Author Living in Fear rwanda genocide 2 1 Top story

Veteran journalist, Justus Muhanguzi Kampe, yesterday launched his book titled Eyes of a Journalist, an eyewitness account of the 1990-1994 war--and genocide--in Rwanda. Muhanguzi however says he lives in fear because the publication has angered officials at the Rwanda embassy in Kampala. It is for this reason, according to Muhanguzi, that the book launch had been abruptly called off in April.
12:56
12:56

Inflation Rose Slightly in September food inflation 1

However, food inflation declined to 9.6 percent in September from 11.7 percent in August, driven by decline in prices of fruits. Nsubuga says despite the decline in food inflation, food prices generally continue to remain high.
12:21
12:21

Court Hits Gridlock In Plea Bargain with Confessed Killer raphael eritoi 2 1

Lotee told investigators that Paul Komarem alias Ssebaggala contracted him at a cost of 4.5 million Shillings to kill Eritoi. He confessed that he shot the deceased twice in the chest, as he returned home on the fateful day. Lotee also disclosed that the gun which was used in the mission was hired at 600,000 Shillings from Emmanuel Lochan, an officer attached to the Local Defense Unit detach in Kambizi.
11:59
11:59

Cecafa Endorse Kenya To Host 2017 Challenge Cup nicholas musonye 1

The Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations Cecafa has endorsed Kenya to host the 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup.
11:12
11:12

Govt Under Spotlight Over Oil Environmental Laws oil exploration 2 1

.Oil industry players and environmental activists say failure to put in place a new environmental regulatory regime has exposed the countrys environment to danger. Reports indicate that NEMA is still stuck with a huge stockpile of mud cuttings from the drilling of oil which cannot be disposed off in the absence of disposal guidelines.
10:48
10:48

Toll-Free Lines Used to Combat School Dropout in Kyenjojo school drop-out 2

More girls are reportedly dropping out of school as a result of early pregnancies and marriage while the boys drop out to engage in agriculture. Records indicate that teenage pregnancies in the district stand at 30 percent, higher than the national rate of 25 percent.
10:21
10:21

Gov't Delivers Relief Food to Rubanda Flood Victims food relief 4 2

State Minister for Relief and Disaster Preparedness Musa Ecweru says that priority, in the distribution of relief food, was accorded to families that lost loved ones and those that sustained injuries in the tragedy. They received 300 kilograms of maize flour and 100 kilograms of maize flour respectively.
07:56
07:56

Gen Elly Tumwine Defends Raid on Parliament 3 1

Gen Elly Tumwine added that security forces cannot be stretched not to do their work because some people are privileged.
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