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Uganda Wins World University Netball Title south africa

Hosts Uganda are the 2018 FISU World University Netball Champions after stopping giants South Africa in the final on Friday night.
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Small Holder Farmers Plead for Increased Allocation to Agriculture 1

The farmers under their umbrella Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers Forum are demanding for a 10 percent budgetary allocation to the sector which now takes a share of only 3 percent of the Uganda national budget.
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Stop Intimidating the Judiciary – Wako Wambuzi 3 1

In his keynote address at the inaugural Benedicto Kiwanuka Memorial Lecture, Justice Wambuzi pointed out several incidences through which the mandate of the judiciary has been abused by politicians and government institutions over the years.
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Proposed Creation of Bundibugyo Municipality Divides Leaders 2

In 2017, the town council passed a resolution demanding that the district council supports the elevation of the town to a municipality comprising of four divisions.
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Ebola Case Reported Near Lake Albert uganda 2 1 Top story

Today, Ituri province Vice Governor Keta Upar said in a statement that the latest Ebola case had been reported in Tchomia on the shores of Lake Albert, making it the closest the disease has come to Uganda.
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Nakaseke Community Schools Face Closure over Lack of Funds capitation grants 3 1

Recently Save the Children informed the district authorities that funding for the schools will end this year and they should prepare to take over to enable the learners continue with education. The district now wants government to take over the schools and pay salaries for 72 teachers to run the nine schools.
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Karamoja Reaping Peace Dividend – Kotido Chairperson 2 1

Semi-arid Karamoja with agro-pastoral communities is the remotest and less developed part of Uganda, sitting at the triangular border between Uganda, Kenya and South Sudan. For decades, this region suffered lots of insecurity, including cattle raids, due to the proliferation of small arms and ammunition.
18:23
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Ben Kiwanuka Family Seeks Funding for Memorial Foundation idi amin 3 1

The request was made by Maurice Peter Kagimu Kiwanuka, a son to the late Ben Kiwanuka, in his address during the first ever Benedicto Kiwanuka Memorial Lecture held in Kampala today.
18:09
18:09

Newly Elected Kabale Councillors Bitter over Delayed Swearing-in 6 1

On Friday, the angry councillors entered the council chambers and occupied seats. The District Speaker, Loy Zikampereza described them as intruders and ordered them to move out of the chambers.
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Gov't to Roll Out Compulsory Syphilis Testing for Pregnant Women sexual relation 1 1

Dr Joshua Musinguzi, Programme Manager, AIDS Control Programme says that the new compulsory testing policy will be rolled out in December.
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15:43

Two Mayuge Villages Threatened with Eviction residents

The eviction follows a judgment issued in 2013 by Iganga Chief Magistrates Court declaring businessman Henry Kitimbo, the rightful owner of 152 hectares of land in Bwondha town council on which the two villages sit.
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Aswa River Region Registers Increased Murder Cases homicide 1

Aswa River Region has registered increased number of murder cases, according to statistics released by Police.
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Jinja Hospital Runs out of Hepatitis B Vaccine stockout 1

Muhammad Mubiru, the Principal Administrator says that the stock out is due to the high demand of the hepatitis B vaccine. He however says that the hospital management has requested for more supplies from the National Medical Stores.
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Delay to Release Mock Exam Results Angers Bushenyi Parents 1 2

Teachers, Parents and the foundation bodies accuse the education department of mismanaging the marking process which has resulted in delay to release the results
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Former Pader NRM Chairman Arrested over Stolen Cows balalu herdsmen 1

Anonymous sources reveal that Oyat with unidentified people allegedly intoxicated the cattle before stealing 42 animals belonging to Daniel Munejero.
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Nakapiripirit District Turns to Elders over School Drop Out karamoja elders 1 2

In some schools, the turn up since Monday is not even half of the total enrolment this year. At Namalu Mix Primary School only 186 out of the 851 pupils have reported since the beginning of the third term on Monday.
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Blood Shortage Hits Masafu Hospital 1

Dr Emmanuel Tumusiime, the Medical Superintendent says that the Health facility has been operating for five month without blood.
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Bundibugyo Farmers Reap Big from Cocoa Growing bundibugyo district 4 2

According to statistics from the district commercial office, more than 85 of the population in Bundibugyo is directly dependent on cocoa. The crop also fetches about 150 billion shillings into the district annually.
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Judicial Officers Complain Of Sexual Harassment At Work 1 2

Judicial officers from Luweero and Kampala have complained that they are sexually harassed while execution their duties.
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10:48

Conflicts, Extreme Weather Threaten Access to Food in Uganda

Uganda was affected by localized crop production shortfalls, the refugee influx, which has brought about 1.1 million refugees from South Sudan and about 316, 000 refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo into camps across Uganda.
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