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18:46
18:46

Microfinance Support Centre Faulted for Irregular Disbursment of UGX 4.1Bn to SACCOs Emyooga Program 1

Parliament’s Public Accountability Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities, and Enterprises – COSASE led by Joel Ssenyonyi is probing the entity following the Auditor General’s report for Financial Year 2021/2023 which cited irregular operations.
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Mbarara City Timber Traders Seek Gov't Assistance Uganda police Force 3

The fire that broke out around on Friday on Major Victor Bwana Road destroyed timber and timber products.
16:58
16:58

Northern Uganda Agricultural Fair to Expose Farmers to New Innovations Pece Stadium 1 3

Grace Musimami, the General Secretary of the Uganda Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (UFAAS) says the exhibition offers a platform for farmers to explore agribusiness ideas in the region which is a food basket for the country.
16:47
16:47

Riders Uganda Officials Charged With UGX 5b Tax Loss Tax evasion 1

Pius Mwilili Muli, Richard Drakuma who are both directors and three Accountants namely Obadiah Kioko a Kenyan national, Betty Namwanje and Stephen Kasenge.
16:19
16:19

UNOC Still Pushing For Refinery Project in Hoima 1 1 Top story

Uganda National Oil Company Limited (UNOC) holds Uganda’s commercial interests on behalf of the Government of Uganda (GoU), participating with up to 40% shares in the refinery Project.
16:12
16:12

Ministry of Health Gets UGX 700m Mobile Laboratory Covid-19 pandemic 3 4

The mobile lab which is to be stationed at the Central Health Laboratories in Butabika National Referral Hospital in Kampala will be used to collect specimens from suspected patients across the country and within cross-border areas in case of disease outbreaks for transportation and testing.
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15:41

Thefts Threaten Gulu University’s Living Gene Bank 6

Dr Alice Veronica Lamwaka, a senior lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Studies says they have planted thousands of indigenous herbs on 57 acres of land located at the Faculty of Medicine, to conserve indigenous and endangered plants, and for teaching students.
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Court Issues Criminal Summons Against UNBS Director Over UGX 100m Bribe COSASE 1 Top story

The summons were issued on Wednesday by Chief Magistrate Joan Aciro following a request by the prosecution led by Rogers Kinobe and Diana Nantabazi from the Inspector General of Government-IGG.
15:29
15:29

Uganda Vs Kenya Shilling: The Mixed Fortunes 1

A scarcity of US Dollars in Kenya and the weakening of the Kenyan Shilling is making the market itself less attractive for Ugandans and other exporters, as Kenyan buyers find the imports very expensive because they have to get more Kenya shillings to be able to buy the imported products.
15:14
15:14

Bukedea RDC, DPC Granted Bail, 5 Others Further Remanded bukedea politics 2 1

The group is among the nine security personnel and area leaders who were arrested by the State House Anti-Corruption Unit following a directive by President Yoweri Museveni over the chaos that marred the LCV by-election conducted in June.
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15:10

Businessman in Bushenyi Arrested For Shooting Reveler Uganda Police Force

According to Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police Spokesperson, it is alleged that on July 17th, while at Step in Bar along the Kakoba road in Mbarara City, Asiimwe using a pistol shot and injured Kasbert Tukahirwa 24, a resident Kakoba central Kakoba Division in the foot.
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14:06

Basalirwa Offers to Mediate Conflict Between FDC Senior Officials

A conflict in the FDC spiralled into public view last week after a section of senior leaders led by Ssemujju Ibrahim Nganda, the spokesperson accused the President of the party Patrick Oboi Amuriat and Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi of accepting President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s money that was allegedly used during the 2021 presidential election.
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13:57

Kiggundu Asks Constitutional Court to Nullify Decision in DTB Loan Case Fred Muwema 1

Kiggundu through his lawyers of Muwema and Company advocates argue that the June 13th 2023 judgement was defective and unconstitutional as it contravenes severe articles of the Constitution which provide for the right to fair hearing, supremacy of the constitution , equality and freedom from discrimination and other human rights.
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13:55

WHO Urges Countries to Invest in Drowning Prevention for Children

The new investment case shows that by 2050, increased global investment in just these two measures could save the lives of over 774, 000 children, prevent close to 1 million non-fatal child drownings, and avert severe and life-limiting injuries for 178, 000 drowning victims.
13:46
13:46

Karamoja Residents Prefer Traditional Justice System to Modern Courts Elders council 4 1

The traditional system which uses negotiation and compensation to resolve conflicts is chaired by the Elders councils. For instance, if it is a murder case, the perpetrator is tasked to pay 60 cows for killing a man and 120 cows for a woman or face the death penalty.
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12:28

Health Ministry Raises Concern over Poor Handling of Lab Results lab techs 2

The Ministry notes that some lab experts issue results negligently disregarding implications that these actions could have.
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11:12

Kapelebyong Residents Turn to Kitchen Gardening to Fight Malnutrition food and nutrition 1 2

Cecilia Amoding of Acilakide Women Farmers’ Group says that most of the families have suffered cases of malnutrition because of the poor feeding habits and lack of access to the markets where vegetables are sold. She says that the introduction of kitchen gardens has helped the communities in the district to access food dietary and money when they sell excesses of their produce.
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Museveni Calls for More Foreign Investment in Manufacturing Sector 2

According to Museveni, if the global South gets more of the 460 billion dollars of coffee, even Europe will benefit because Africa will be buying more from there.
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09:58

Opposition Lawmakers Threaten to Mobilize Masses Against Government-Owned Media transparency 1 3

Led by Joyce Bagala Ntwatwa, the Mityana District Woman Representative and Shadow Minister for Information and Anti-Corruption, the opposition lawmakers have strongly opposed President Yoweri Museveni's directive.
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