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17:06
17:06

Buladde FM Lays Off Workers 1

This is the third time Radio Buladde is changing management since its establishment in 2010 by the former ICT minister and now Ugandas ambassador to Algeria; John Chrysostom Alintuma Nsambu.
16:22
16:22

Suspected Cattle Thieves Survive Lynching in Pader 1

Polycarp Oyet and Junior Mwaka, all residents of Kanakok West village, Palwo parish last week stole a cow belonging to Mathew Mwaka.
15:48
15:48

Mak Challenges Stella Nyanzi Application high court 1

Last month Nyanzi sued Makerere University for failing to abide by the orders of the Staff Appeals Tribunal which declared that her suspension was illegal since it contravened with rules in the employment Act, 2006.
15:00
15:00

West Nile Residents Warned Against Bush Burning 2

Its a common annual practice by hunters and farmers in the region to set bushes on fire and burning vast lands whenever the dry season sets in. The districts of Yumbe, Moyo, Adjumani, Pakwach, Zombo and Counties of Terego, Madi Okollo in Arua district are the most affected by wild bush fires during the dry season.
14:20
14:20

Teso District Service Commissions Asked to Display Results of Job Applicants 3

Joseph Odongo, the Chairman Board of Directors Teso Anti-Corruption Coalition TAC says that most districts in the region dont follow the best practice of displaying public information on notice boards.
13:46
13:46

Antibiotic Misuse Fuelling Bacterial Infections among Children mulago hospital 3

Statistics from the Ministry of Health show that three out of every five children who present with symptoms of fever suffer from bacterial infections. But according to the Uganda Pediatric Association, the frequency is possibly triggered by the abuse of antibiotics by both doctors and parents.
13:16
13:16

Commercial Banks Lending Rate Increases to 20 Percent ministry of finance 1

According to Ministry of Finance, the increase was triggered by Bank of Ugandas increase of its Central Bank Rate CBR from 9.0 in September to 10 in October.
12:44
12:44

Wobulenzi Town Head Arrested for Aggravated Defilement 1

In the complaint, the 16-year-old girl accuses Ssebalamu of repeatedly defiling her. Andrew Lubega, the Programmes Officer at CODI says that the victim alleges that Ssebalamu has been picking her from town to his private home in Kitante zone where he repeatedly defiled her over the last three months.
12:01
12:01

Law Society Condemns Selective Application of Public Order Laws police 1

The statement was issued two days after police blocked a planned concert at One Love Beach Busabala, on grounds that Bobi Wine had not obtained security clearance for the concert. Police set up three road blocks and stopped all vehicles that were heading to One Love Beach for the concert on Boxing Day.
11:37
11:37

Ntungamo Regulates Drinking Hours for Bars 1

George Bakunda the Ntungamo Resident District Commissioner says that the decision is aimed at curbing alcohol abuse and crime.
11:23
11:23

LOP Defends Performing Arts Position in Shadow Cabinet betty aol ocan 2

But critics say that the appointment is void since the position is not provided for in government. The government, however, provides for the position of state minister for culture. The portfolio for performing arts is not catered for.
10:44
10:44

Pader Returns UGX 290 Million to the Treasury patrick onyango 2 1

The money was meant to pay pensioners and contractors in the last financial year.
10:11
10:11

Secondary Infections Among HIV/AIDS Patients Worry Kakuuto Medics kyotera district 3 1

Doctor Edward Muwanga, the in-charge of Kakuuto health Centre IV, says although they are registering a significant decrease in new infections at the facility, the number of patients presenting with other secondary infections is increasing.
09:16
09:16

Bunyoro Elders Demand Roll Out of Social Assistance Grants elderly persons 1 3

The elderly in Bunyoro sub-region want the program now rolled out so that they can also benefit.
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