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20:38
20:38

Govt to Recruit Parish Forest Officers, Strengthen Tree Harvesting Permits 2

Katwesige noted that the parish foresters will be serving as extension workers and are expected to help our communities in all tree planting, caring and harvesting challenges in addition to roles of planning and directing activities that develop and protect forest environments.
20:09
20:09

Police in Hoima Arrest Man For Stabbing Wife to Death husband 1

The suspect is Johnson Baguma, a resident of Kitoba sub county. He reportedly murdered his wife Esther Nyamaizi 27, a resident of Birungu village in Kitoba sub county on Saturday night.
19:56
19:56

UNATU is Sabotaging Our Salary Enhancement - Science Teachers 1 3

The allegations come barely hours after a meeting between UNATU leadership and the president which resolved that the government should review the proposed pay plan for all teachers regardless of their teaching subjects.
16:25
16:25

Tanzania's MV Wankyo Gets Stuck on Lake Victoria for Over 20 Hours 2 Top story

"We were scared that the vessel might sink since there are strong winds which form large waves over lake Victoria at the moment. These winds are very strong from April to June every year so sailors and passengers must be careful because boats and vessels can sink if they get problems like engine failure or engines getting stuck in fishing nets," Kalemba says.
14:31
14:31

40,000 Ugandans to Benefit from New UGX 54Bn Biogas Project 2 3

On top of fueling deforestation, Lokeris say the heavy use of charcoal and firewood pose health effects associated with indoor air pollution, estimated to lead to more than 18,000 deaths every year and also fueling gender based violence among women and children in the search for firewood. As a result, he says the new Biogas Project will promote awareness about the need for renewable energy, provide 8,000 bio digesters to 40,000 Ugandans country wide and also offer incentives such as low cost loans to Biogas enterprises.
14:20
14:20

Court of Appeal to Handle 50 Cases in 10 days 1

The appeals shall be heard between Monday 20th June and Thursday 30th June, 2022 by Justices of the Court of Appeal, Elizabeth Musoke, Muzamiru Kibeedi, Christopher Gashirabake, Irene Mulyagonja and Eva Luswata.
14:10
14:10

She Makerere FC Coach Confident Ahead of FUFA Women Super League 1 2

She Makerere FC humbled Asubo Gafford Ladies FC 6-0 in the final of the FUFA Elite Women League played at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium on Saturday, just one season after they were relegated from the top flight.
13:55
13:55

War Veterans Petition Speaker of Parliament Over Brutal Eviction in Bugoma Forest Reserve 2 1

The group of more than 500 members were brutally evicted from Bugoma central forest land in April this year in an operation commanded by Amlan Tumusiime, the Kikuube Resident District Commissoner-RDC.
13:18
13:18

Another Accident Claims Bukedea Human Resource Officer Bukedea district 1

The trailer was driven by Isa Muhammad, resident of Tana River, Mombasa in Kenya and Subaru was driven by Samuel Akutu, the Bukedea Human Resource Officer. Both drivers died after the vehicles burnt.
12:22
12:22

M23 Condemns Ethnic Protests in Goma as FARDC Soldiers is Shot Dead Bunagana border 4 2

The Civilians carrying a coffin bearing an effigy of Rwandan President Paul Kagame and others carrying placards with President Yoweri Museveni's picture encircled with an X attempted to cross to Rwanda through the border of Rubavu while pelting stones at Rwandan police officers.
11:41
11:41

Jinja Arson Victims’ Bodies Exhumed Ahead of Trial deceased 1 1

The deceased include; 80-year-old Jonathan Kalikyera and another unidentified person were torched down in a fire which gutted Holy Healing Ministries Church International on May 5. The police report confirmed that the Church was torched amidst a wrangle between the church leaders and their former landlord.
11:10
11:10

Uganda Airlines Secures Landing Slots at Guangzhou Airport 2 2 Top story

Guangzhou is a major hub located in the Chinese Province of Guangdong. According to aviation figures, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport was the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic having handled 43.8 million passengers in 2020.
10:43
10:43

Deputy Headteacher Cited in Students Strike at Lwengo Seed School 1 5

Lwengo District Chairperson Ibrahim Kitatta says that their preliminary findings from intelligence sources show that Shabohurira facilitated the students’ strike to frustrate efforts for his transfer from the school over unprofessional conduct.
10:24
10:24

UNATU Leaders Meet Museveni, Decline to Call Off Strike 3 1

Last week, UNATU announced an indefinite strike under the slogan "All Teachers Matter" in their quest for pay equity and harmonization among teachers of various subjects, support workers, and school administrators at all levels of education.
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