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15:52
15:52

Gov't to Recruit 1,300 Secondary School Teachers 1

The vacant posts include headteacher, deputy headteacher, education officers for arts and sciences, assistant education officers, bursars, steno secretaries, enrolled nurse, laboratory and library assistants.
15:50
15:50

US Reduced Funding Assistance to Uganda in 2018 3 1

The support fell from 3.6 trillion shillings in 2017 to 3.3 Trillion shillings in 2018. The Third Report to the Ugandan People published by the US Embassy in Uganda indicates that 1.9 Trillion shillings was spent in the Health Sector to among others provide 2 Million insecticide treated mosquito nets to residents.
15:44
15:44

Residents Raise Alarm Over Water Filled Pit 4 2 Top story

Steven Kavuma, the Namubiru Village Defense Secretary, eight people have since drowned in the dam while trying to swim. He identifies the latest victim as Yasin Adida who drowned on Saturday last week.
15:02
15:02

Ugandan Appointed to Head UN Climate Technology Centre Climate Change 1

She replaces Mr. Jukka Uosukainen of Finland who served as CTCN Director from 2014-2019, and will address the CTCN’s Advisory Board for the first time when it gathers at its 14th meeting on 11 September in Paris.
13:49
13:49

Customers Bank Deposits Now Protected Up to UGX 10m 1 2

The increment in the insurance limit means that if a bank collapses and you had deposited there 10 million, all your money will be refunded from the fund. But if you had deposited 20 million Shillings, you will only be entitled to the insured amount of 10 million Shillings.
13:22
13:22

5,000 Police Recruits to Start Training on Saturday 1 2

Fred Enanga, the Police Spokesperson says that Police’s Police Advisory Committee chaired by Inspector General of Police – IGP Martin Ochola, has perused through the names of candidates and lists of successful ones have been sent to various regional and division recruitment centres.
13:01
13:01

MPs Denied Access to Suspected Safe Houses 1 Top story

Members of Parliament sitting on the Human Rights Committee have been blocked from accessing suspected safe houses in Nkokonjeru, Kyengera and Nalukolongo.
12:56
12:56

Two Siblings Held Over Maid Devoured by Dogs 2 Top story

Neighbors led by Sadick Kiggundu told police that they heard Mirembe screaming for help but the boys didn’t open the house to rescue her perhaps fearing the dogs or out of negligence. According to residents, they couldn’t intervene because the gate was closed, saying they waited for the occupants of the house to open the door in vain.
12:28
12:28

Nabweru Residents Welcome Drainage Channel Expansion 4 1

Ignatius Kitonto, a resident of Nabweru Sub County has been a victim of flooding since 2011. He says his house is often submerged by runoff water from the drainage channel whenever it rains heavily.
12:07
12:07

198 Kitgum Nursing Students Suspended Over Demonstration Kitgum municipality 2

The students on Monday held a peaceful demonstration demanding that the school authorities reverse their decisions to allow them access mobile phones for research since the institution Computer laboratory is ill-equipped.
11:46
11:46

Lamwo Leaders Back Gov't on Restricting Open Door Refugee Policy 3 3

Under the open door Policy, the government has been accepting refugees from any Part of the world and once an individual is granted a refugee status, he or she is free to move, work and even open a business in line with the 2006 Refugee Act.
11:33
11:33

KCCA Seeks to Recruit over 200 Health Workers 1

Richard Lule, the Director Administration and Human Resource in KCCA told council on Monday that the Authority has written to the Public Service Ministry for a new human resource structure for KCCA Health Centers.
11:31
11:31

Deployment in Mines Worries Karimojong mining in karamoja 4 1

In Moroto, the district Chairperson, Andrew Napaja Keem was denied access to the DAO Marble Mining Site last year. Other leaders in Nabilatuk, including the district youth chairperson reported denial to the mining site in his district.
11:23
11:23

Every 40 Seconds, Someone Loses Their Life to Suicide – Report 1

The figures imply that suicide accounts for more deaths than war and homicide combined, and is the second leading cause of death among those aged 15-29, behind road injury. According to the World Health Organisation, close to 800,000 people die by suicide every year, and for each death, there are more than 20 suicide attempts.
11:10
11:10

Fire Guts Rugarama Nursing School 4 2

Cyrus Tusiime, the Guild President, says that the fire destroyed stationery, graduation gowns, gloves and the ceiling. Tusiime says that their efforts to put off the fire were fruitless because they have two small fire extinguishers.
10:48
10:48

Tempers Flare as Masaka Leaders Discuss Boundaries of Proposed City 4 1 Top story

The Masaka LC V Chairperson, Jude Mbabali openly clashed with the Mayor Godfrey Kayemba over the boundaries of the proposed city. It all started after Mbabali claimed that they had unanimously resolved to have the entire Masaka district converted into a city.
07:48
07:48

Police Use Teargas to Disperse Rowdy Street Kids security 5 1

Harrison Basudde, the chairperson of the group, says that they are former street children who reformed from being thieves to small scale entrepreneurs. He argues that destroying their stalls is equivalent to sending them back to wreak havoc.
07:40
07:40

Makerere Seeks Proposals for Health Research Makerere University 2

The Makerere University Deputy Vice-Chancellor in- charge of Finance and Administration Dr. William Bazeyo says that a call for researchers to submit proposals was placed last week after part of the money was availed.
07:24
07:24

Nawangwe's Former PA Seeks UGX 120m for Property Loss, Special Damages 1

Elias Nuwagaba, the former personal assistant to Makerere University Vice Chancellor has said he wants the university officials involved in his attempted eviction from the house to pay his lost property.
07:22
07:22

Former Kidepo RPC Beaten in Land Dispute land grabbing 1 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson, says when Nyabongo arrived on the piece of land, which is at the center of a family dispute, eight men emerged from the bush and surrounded him.
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