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20:15
20:15

Police FC Suffers Seventh League Defeat KCCA FC 1 1

The defeat leaves Police FC with just three points from ten games played so far.
19:54
19:54

Chemical Engineering Student Becomes Seamstress Amidst COVID-19 Lockdown Covid-19 Resilience 2 5

On top of earning a minimum of 200,000 Uganda Shillings a week, Joy Kutesakwe has started attracting market for events’ attire which is more paying.
17:34
17:34

Drivers, Operators Protest Sorry State of Mbarara City Park 8

Robert Kiiza, the Chairperson of Mbarara Bus Park blames the authorities for keeping a deaf ear about the appalling state of the parks.
17:33
17:33

Women Birding to Bridge Gender Gap in Nature Guiding Industry 1 5

Judith Mirembe, the chairperson of Uganda Women Birders, says that they want to break the norms and barriers imposed on women in the industry. This is not an easy task in a society where gender discrimination still manifests in such ancient taboos like women not driving cars or wearing trousers.
17:32
17:32

Gov't to Compel Schools to Admit Learner with Disabilities 3 1

Approximately 2.5 million children in Uganda live with some form of disability, according to an assessment by UNICEF. However, available statistics indicate that only 5 percent have access to education through inclusive learning and 10 percent through special schools.
16:37
16:37

EC Warns Against Violence Ahead of Local Gov't Residual, By-elections Kayunga District 2 3

Byabakama warned the youths who are majority voters in Kayunga and are susceptible to being lured into violence to desist from such unlawful tendencies.
16:29
16:29

Bukwo Farmers Demand Interdiction of Production Officer

Joicy Chemutai a farmer and a resident of Riwo said the production officer has created his own family SAACO by the names SAFINA where by every program that supposed to benefit the entire farmers end up in his Sacco.
16:09
16:09

IGP Ochola Tasks Directorate of Fire to Sensitize on Cylinder Usage 1 1

Ochola, in his directive, wants the Director Joseph Mugisa and his team to liaise with the ministry of energy to ensure information regarding safety is widely disseminated.
15:47
15:47

St. Joseph’s Hospital Kitgum Extends Construction of Eye Care Unit 3

Works on the eye care unit started in December 2020, and were expected to be completed in June this year, and the unit was handed over this month.
15:46
15:46

Eleven More bodies Found in Mangina after ADF Attack ADF Rebels 1

According to Muongozi Kakule Vunyatsi, the area local civil society chairperson, the bodies were discovered on Thursday evening 30 kilometers west of the town of Beni.
15:38
15:38

Prime Minister Nabbanja Joins Kayunga LCV Campaigns Kayunga By-election 2 1

On Thursday Nabbanja joined a team from the NRM Secretariat headed by the Director of Mobilization Rose Mary Seninde to canvass support for the party flag bearer.
15:35
15:35

Jinja Ritual Murder: Police Starts Registering all Pastors region 1 1

Godfrey Mwesigwa, the chairperson of Jinja Christian leaders’ fellowship says that, they have been registering cases of manipulation, where presumed pastors extort money from believers, with promises of making miracles in their lives, which are never realized.
15:15
15:15

UNICEF Urges Gov't To Increase Health, Education Budget Amidst COVID-19 2

As the UN children's agency celebrated 75 years of its existence, the Uganda county representative, Dr Munir Safieldin asked government to invest more finances in routine immunization and school re-opening slated for next year
15:11
15:11

Police Retires 155 Lower Rank Officers 2 1

Retirement, according to Ongom, is not an abrupt occurrence but something everyone knows that would come at a particular time. Retirement decision is made when you're still very active in service. Retirement involves determining your goals early enough. It calls for financial discipline.
14:28
14:28

Judiciary PS Bigirimana Wins Defamation Suit Pius Bigirimana 1

"What made it even grave is that the said money was meant for Northern Uganda post-war rehabilitation, the said region having gone through decades of war and trauma. Any person believed to have tampered with the said aid, in the eyes of reasonable and right thinking members of society would be equated to a mass murderer”, said Justice Ssekaana.
14:03
14:03

Sports Betting Africa Closes Shop 2 3

Joel Omoding Atadan, the SBA Marketing Manager confirmed the development to the Uganda Radio Network. However, he said the closure doesn’t mean they are completely closing down as they may redeem their operations once the Covid-19 situation in the country normalizes.
13:29
13:29

48 Arrested over Distributing Fake Currency in Kamuli District police station

The suspects pose as land brokers and when they realize that their victims have ready cash to purchase the non-existent property, they in turn convince them to procure US Dollars at a lower rate, and then sell them the fake currency notes.
13:12
13:12

Lugoba Residents Decry Slow Business Due to Poor Road 5

Henry Lugeye the Nansana Municipal Engineer says that the road will be rehabilitated in the 2022/2023 financial year. He however adds that a grader that will do maintenance works on the road has been purchased.
12:34
12:34

Education Ministry To Release School Reopening Plan Next Week 4

On the issue of transportation, Dr.Mugimba says the government needs to consult with the school managers to see how the learners can report safely. He says they want to ensure that during the reporting process learners do not spread the virus as they congregate for public means of transport. He says that during the second lockdown covid 19 spread very fast among the learners at the time when they were returning home as schools were closed.
12:30
12:30

Kasese NRM Leaders Re-echo Demand for Mumbere's Release 7 2

The Busongora North MP Sowedi Kitanywa says as long as the government remains silent on their demands to have Mumbere released, the people in Kasese and subjects will remain unhappy.
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