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19:40
19:40

Judge Convicts Seven ADF Supporters of Terrorism Thomas Jatiko 4 Top story

The seven entered a plea bargain agreeing to have had links with the Allied Democratic Force rebel group (ADF) operations in Wakiso, Masaka, Rakai, Kyotera, Buikwe, and the Busoga.
18:45
18:45

UBTEB Takes Over Assessment of Accounting Technicians Diploma 4

Dr. Derick Nkajja, CEO of ICPAU announced the development adding that it is scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2024.
18:38
18:38

UHRC Summons MP Olanya over Hatefull Speech Against Balaalo 4

The Chairperson of UHRC Mariam Wangadya told journalists on Thursday that in the video, the MP said the Balaalo must go, leave Acholi land, and that the people of Acholi should rise and chase Balaalo off their land.
18:27
18:27

UPDF Majors Charged Over Killing of Soldiers by Al-Shabaab 2 Top story

Brig Mugabe will be in Somalia for two weeks hearing cases and at the end of the sessions, those who will be found guilty will be given appropriate sentences and those found not guilty will be acquitted. The Army said the judgments will depend on the circumstances under which the offenses were committed and the evidence that will be brought to court.
18:17
18:17

Kisugu High School Director Remanded for Confining UCE Candidates 1

The Makindye Chief Magistrates Court has remanded a Director and teacher at Kisugu High School Celestine Kasolo to Luzira Prison on six charges of disturbances at examination and wrongful confinement of senior four candidates.
17:14
17:14

Details Emerge on Men in Viral Video With Machetes 1

Luke Owoyesigyire the deputy Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson said Onganyi has since said he is 19 years old and a resident of Kamwokya, while Kamira is aged 23 and a resident of Kiyembe Zone, in Makindye.
16:47
16:47

Gov't Rescues NTC Students By Clearing Colleges' Arrears With Kyambogo 4 1

Professor Eli Katunguka, the Vice-Chancellor of Kyambogo University, confirmed this development, revealing that the five NTCs in question, namely Mubende, Muni, Kabale, Unyama, and Kaliro, collectively owed Kyambogo University a total of 2.66 billion shillings.
16:37
16:37

Can Museveni’s Visit in Amuru Resolve Balaalo Crisis in Acholi? President Museveni 1 3

Kilak South legislator Gilbert Olanya alleges that the President had no goodwill in solving the complaints raised by locals on the existence of the cattle keepers who fraudulently acquired land. He says while in other areas the cattle keepers were expelled by the President without much delay, the evictions in Acholi have dragged on for many years.
15:49
15:49

New Bill in Offing to Enforce Minimum Energy Performance Standards 3 1

Dr. Ruth Nankabirwa, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development revealed the proposed law will mandate the Ministry and the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS), to issue product-specific minimum energy performance standards for the various sectors of the economy.
13:55
13:55

Belgian Paul Put Appointed Uganda Cranes Coach 3 1 Top story

Put who is a UEFA Pro licensed coach succeeds Morley Byekwaso who took the interim role after FUFA sacked Serbian Coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic-Micho after a disappointing Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign in which Uganda finished in third place with seven points.
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13:47

Rehabilitation Works at Source Of River Nile Launched 1

Doreen Katusiime, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Tourism on Thursday handed over part of the tourism site to Excel Construction Limited who have been contracted to construct a modern pier.
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13:32

NUP Postpones Opening of New Party Headquarters 1

Speaking at Kamwokya, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the President of NUP said they decided to postpone the opening of their new party headquarters at Makerere Kavule to Friday in order to shield their guests from unnecessary security harassment.
11:53
11:53

Five Suspected Robbers Arrested In Kikuube mobile money agent 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says police swiftly swung into action and dispatched a team of flying squad operatives in the area
11:40
11:40

Luwero Police Investigates PDM SACCO Leaders Over Extortion 1

Wasswa Tamale, the National Resistance Movement Publicity Secretary for Luwero district explains that about 179 residents applied for PDM cash at Nambeere PDM SACCO and each was asked by some officials to first pay 70,000 shillings.
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10:29

Growing Towns Face Looming Sewage Crisis 1 4

Jafari Matovu, President of Uganda Emptiers Ltd and a communication and information officer of the Pan-African Sanitation Actors network, explains that the cost of emptying septic tanks soars due to the extended distances their trucks have to travel and the traffic congestion on the route from Mukono to Lubigi.
09:12
09:12

No Employer Contributions in New National Health Insurance Proposals-MOH Ministry Of Health 3

The Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng said that while they had previously proposed that employers make part contributions to the scheme for their employees, this stance has since changed with complaints of over-burdening the employer.
09:00
09:00

Cabinet Approves National Teacher Bill 2 1

Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, the Minister for Information Communication Technology (ICT) and National Guidance, confirmed that the bill was presented by the Ministry of Education and received approval with only a few minor comments.
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08:50

Sugar, Onions and Maize Flour Prices Slow Down Inflation

The report highlights the following significant changes in the prices of key commodities. The rate at which round onion prices increased slowed down to 115.4 percent, from 130.8 percent recorded in the previous month. The inflation rate for sugar slowed to 16.3 percent, compared to 34.0 percent. Maize flour prices decreased to a negative 23.0 percent, a significant change from negative 3.8 percent in the same period.
08:38
08:38

Masaka School Fire Exposes Non Compliance to Education Safety Standards 2 4

The incident has put the Masaka City Education Department and Police on the spot for failing to enforce the Basic Requirements and Minimum Indicators for Education Institutions, hence leaving the schools susceptible to fire incidents and several other risks.
08:30
08:30

Gov't Finally Rolls Out Digital Number Plates 4 2

Speaking on Wednesday at the inauguration ceremony held at the Ministry of Works and Transport, Minister General Katumba Wamala said that the primary benefit of rolling out Safety and control of motor-vehicle-related criminality.
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