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20:40
20:40

Speaker Kadaga Bashes Trade Committee Over Sugar Bill sugar cane growing 2

The president asked MPs to include zoning in the sugar bill, which is meant to ensure that there is a sustainable, diversified, harmonized, modern and competitive sugar sector to meet domestic, regional and International requirements.
20:24
20:24

Police Write to Interpol to Arrest Bakaleke

Bakaleke went into hiding late last year after the Anti-Corruption Court summoned him to appear and plead to the charges in vain. He is accused alongside five others of abducting and extorting US$415,000 (Shs1.5b) from two Korean nationals in February last year.
20:10
20:10

Court Registrar Under Investigations for Assaulting Journalists judiciary 1 Top story

On Wednesday last week, Waninda was caught on camera slapping a journalist working with Smart 24 television recording him after appearing before the Commercial Court to respond to against charges of landing grabbing.
19:55
19:55

Live Bullets, Tear Gas Rock Kasese as Police Disperse FDC Supporters 3

Residents fought back and pelted the officers with stones prompting them to open the road but kept Besigye and Amuriat’s cars in the middle. They then escorted Besigye and Amuriat towards Fort Portal-Kasese Road to unknown destination.
19:10
19:10

Kalangala to Use Drones to Deliver ARV Drugs hiv drugs 2

Kalangala district, whose HIV prevalence rate stands at 16% has been struggling to raise sufficient resources to transport health workers and drugs to different landing site
18:48
18:48

Black Quarter Disease Kills 330 Cows in Pader

Dr. Robert. S. Okeny, the Pader District Veterinary Officer, has confirmed the outbreak. James Akera, a livestock farmer at Ideng B village in Burlobo Parish, Angagura Sub-County in Pader district, says he lost two head of cattle from his stock of 31 cattle to the deadly disease.
18:31
18:31

Chaos as Police Disperse Bobi Wine's Supporters at CID 2

The CID Spokesperson, Vincent Ssekatte, said police used teargas to disperse the rowdy supporters, saying they couldn’t tolerate their behavior. A crowd comprised of youth with some donned in red shirts, t-shirts and belletes bearing the image of Kyagulanyi pitched camp outside CID headquarters as early as 8am waiting for the MP who was expected to appear to record a statement on charges of inciting violence and unlawful assembl
17:56
17:56

Bobi Wine Charged with Disobedience, Remanded 1 Top story

The charges date back to July, 2018. Prosecution alleges that in July, 2018, Kyagulanyi, his co accused and others at large while at City Square in Kampala, disobeyed sections 5 and 10 of the Public Order Management Act.
17:13
17:13

FDC Questions Gov’t Commitment On POMA 1 4

FDC Deputy Spokesperson, John Kikonyogo told journalists at party headquarters that police disrupted their activities over the weekend, two days after government receipt that law is being wrongly implemented.
16:50
16:50

URA Names 817 Companies Declaring Losses new taxes 1 2 Top story

The Ntenjeru North MP, Amos Lugoloobi said there is need to strengthen the tax body to do thorough audits to ascertain whether the exemptions are genuine instead of taxing losses.
16:25
16:25

Another Person Killed in Lwengo lwengo murder

The deceased is Goreth Mukabayiro, a resident of Kabusirabo Village in Lwengo Rural Sub County in Lwengo district.
16:14
16:14

FUFA Drum: Lango Province Fined UGX 13M Over Irregularities 1

The team was fined Shillings 3 million after their fans broke the entrance at Bishop’s SS Ground in Mukono on March 30th, 2019 during their opening match with Buganda providence.
15:58
15:58

Lawyers Of Boda Boda 2010 Suspects Insist on Acquittal 1 Top story

The suspects who have been in jail since their arrest will return to court on May 6th 2019 for the Judge Advocate Col. Richard Tukachungurwa to sum up the case before a judgment date is set.
15:32
15:32

Iron Bar Hitmen Attack Four in Entebbe Uganda Police Force 1 Top story

Kassim Ssenkubuge told URN on his sick bed at Entebbe Grade B Hospital that the attackers position themselves in dark spots where they pounce on their victims and rob them of their property.
15:04
15:04

Makerere Extends Semester Amidst Student Protests 1

Makerere University Guild President, Julius Kateregga had earlier requested management to extend the semester to May 13, which was rejected.
14:53
14:53

Three Traditional Birth Attendants Arrested in Kiryandongo police 1 1 Top story

Deo Obura, the Albertine Region Police Commander-RPC, says the trio was picked on Sunday evening in connection to the death of the baby.
14:19
14:19

Fisheries Protection Unit Officers Shoot Fisherman Fishermen 1 1 Top story

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network this morning that the operatives raided Sebigoro landing site around 11pm and started confiscating immature fish from fishermen.
13:49
13:49

Police Registers 27 kidnaps in Four Months

Kimberly and Mirenge were released by their kidnappers after receiving ransom of Shillings 100m ransom. Their kidnappers had earlier demanded a Shillings 1.8Billion.
13:04
13:04

Police Disallows Kasese FDC Rally 2

The Rwenzori East Police Spokesperson, Vincent Twesige, says the rally will not take place since it hasn’t been cleared by the Inspector General of Police. However, according to Rwenzori East Police Spokesperson, Vincent Twesige the opposition party has not yet gotten clearance from the office of the Inspector General of Police.
12:39
12:39

Sudhir Secures Permanent Injunction Against Sebalu and Lule Advocates Sudhir Ruparelia 1 1 Top story

Sudhir ran to court in 2017 seeking orders stopping Sebalu and Lule Advocates from representing DFCU bank citing conflict of Interest in a matter involving the defunct Crane Bank.
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