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16:51
16:51

Tooro Kingdom Mourns Queen Elizabeth II 1 1

Omukama Oyo’s uncle, Prince Charles Kamurasi, the head of the Babiito Clan, or Omusuuga, says Tooro shared a special relationship with the departed British monarch from the time she visited the kingdom in 1954. Kamurasi, who was in primary three, remembers how his father, Omukama George Kamurasi Rukidi III, received Queen Elizabeth at Kikorongo just outside the national park in present-day Kasese District.
16:45
16:45

Abuse of PWDs, Child Mothers in Wakiso Alarms VHTs 2 5

Village health workers want to be supported to identify and enable children with disabilities, albinos and child mothers access health services and other rights.
16:19
16:19

Squatters Kill Chapatti Vendor Hired to Evict Them

Superintendent of Police Sulait Kitaka, who is the commander of the Kajjansi policing division, said the fierce confrontation was between a group led by one Katende who claims to be the landlord of the said piece of land, and the reported squatters led by one Mugume.
15:45
15:45

Police Recovers Govt Grinding Machine Stolen by Pader District Officials 4 5

The grinding machine was given to the community by the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, through the National Agricultural Advisory Services-NAADS secretariat in August 2019, to assist them in promoting maize value chain development.
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14:09

Approved Amendments Give URC Monopoly over Cargo Transportation 7

If passed by parliament, the amendment will lead to improvements in the Uganda Railways Corporation Act 1998, which is considered to be inadequate in responding to the current situation.
13:16
13:16

Harugale Landslide Victims Seek Resettlement to Safer Places landslides 3 11

Some of the affected persons are currently spending nights at Bupomboli Primary School, at or in some of the public buildings across the sub-county. The victims now want the government to secure land elsewhere and resettle them urging that the landslides are likely to increase and the outcome could distort their lives for several years.
12:22
12:22

Vipers Face Olympic Real De Bangui Hurdle in CAF Champions League 1 2

The match which is taking place at Stade Alphonse Massamba-Debat in Brazzaville promises to be a tough contest for the venoms who travelled to Brazzaville without key players; Yunus Sentamu who is battling Malaria and Bobosi Byaruhanga who is closing in on a move to Serbian club MFK Vyškov.
12:00
12:00

Religious Leaders Seek Tough Action to End Human Trafficking poverty 7 4

More than 24,000 Ugandans seek household jobs in the Middle East annually, driven out of the country by poverty, unemployment, domestic violence and family breakdown among others. However, hundreds of them who are unknowingly trafficked are reporting harsh and inhumane working conditions, which have put hundreds of lives on the line.
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11:35

10 Cases of Cervical Cancer Recorded Monthly at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Kitgum 5

Ranked top of all cancers that affect women in Uganda, cervical cancer is caused by a Human Papilloma Virus a common virus that can be passed from one person to another during sex. It is also caused by smoking, early sex, having given birth to three or more children, using birth control pills for five or more years, and having several sexual partners.
10:46
10:46

Court Quashes Micho's Conviction on Sexual Assault Charges 1

Micho said that his reputation and image were questioned after the conviction and the work he had done in the field of play over the past 20 years of being in Africa became meaningless. He said that instead of all the achievements, he was defined by an embarrassing scandal that threatened his career.
10:32
10:32

Luwero Sickle Cell Clinic Struggles to Operate After Funder's Death Drug stock out 1 5

The Clinic was set up by Mable Nakato, the Director of Holly Foundation in 2011 to cater for patients from Luwero, Nakaseke and Nakasongola. Nakato, then a UK-based Ugandan said she was inspired to help the patients after her child was also diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease.
10:15
10:15

Chepetegei to Miss Great North Run, Event Sustained as 'Fitting Tribute' to the Queen 1

Although most sporting activities in England have been called off after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the organisers of the half marathon announced that it will still go on as planned on Sunday, but with subdued spectator experience out of respect to the Royal Family.
07:59
07:59

Secondary School Teacher Shot Dead in Amudat

Micheal Longole the Karamoja regional police spokesperson described the murder as unfortunate, saying that the joint security forces of army are hunting for the killers
07:46
07:46

President Museveni, Regional Leaders Mourn Queen Elizabeth 1 Top story

In his press statement to the nation, President Museveni says that the death of the Queen came as a shock to him and the First Lady Janet Museveni, given that they had seen her receiving the new United Kingdom Prime Minister, Liz Truss on Tuesday and the fact that she had defeated Corona virus months ago.
Sep 2022 14 results