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07:13
07:13

UNRA to Re- Advertise Construction of Tirinyi- Mbale Road dott services 2

Harsha Rao, the Project manager Dotts Services, says the Shillings 73 billion cant even cater for the construction of more than 20 kilometers of tarmac given the requirements of the road.
12:15
12:15

Directorate Certifies People With Informal Skills workers passport 3

Ronald Isabirye, a Motor vehicle mechanic Instructor at Lugogo Vocational Training Institute, says it is important to certify persons who trained on the job, since they work closely with their colleagues who went through formal training.
13:30
13:30

US Ambassador: Corruption Hampering HIV/AIDS Fight deborah malac 2

According to Malac, there is need to address the systematic issues like theft of HIV/AIDS drug, outages and misappropriation of funds that is hampering the fight against HIV/Aids.
17:56
17:56

Sportsmen Decry Absence of Sports Shop nicholas muramagi 2

Mike Ndiko, one of Ugandas International cricketers who bought sports equipment like cricket gloves, bats and pads at the national sports shop 20 years ago, says a national shop is one way of developing sports through sale of quality equipment and at the affordable price.
11:49
11:49

Nationwide HIV Impact Survey Starts ministry of health 4

The consent based survey, code-named the Uganda Population Based HIV Impact Assessment UPHIA survey 2016, will target 13,000 households with a total population of 33, 642 participants between the ages 0-64. These include 24,049 adults aged 15 to 64 years and 9,593 children aged 0-14 years.
07:53
07:53

Sportsmen Query Closure of Mulago Playground mulago hospital 3

Former sports stars; Adam Semugabi, Jimmy Muguwa, Majid Musisi, Ronald Vubya, Davis Kamoga, Tom Lwanga and Sam Mugambe, among others, all traced their talents to the playground, an open facility often used by communities in and around Mulago.
16:15
16:15

Sports Lovers Fear Over Mushrooming Shops at Nakivubo Stadium 3

Godfrey Mabirizi, the chairperson board of Trustees Nakivubo stadium, says they opened up lockups to create jobs and revenue for government.
09:39
09:39

Uganda Lacks a Special Needs Education Policy special education 2

Jeruth Tinka, the Senior Education Officer for Special Needs Education policy in the Education Ministry, says they drafted the Special Needs policy in 2012, but it was never sent to parliament for discussion and approval.
06:57
06:57

Museveni Urges Enterprenuers to Wade Off Sabotuers 3

Museveni promised to deliver the funds and business capital to SACCO members who organize themselves after realizing most of the funds and equipment he sent before did not get to the intended beneficiaries.
14:51
14:51

Govt Procures Hepatitis B Drugs Worth UGX 13B ministry of health

Daniel Kimosho, the National Medical Stores NMS Public Relations Manager, says the last batch of Hepatitis B drugs worth three billion shillings was purchased late last month.
10:08
10:08

Private Foresters Push for Charcoal Export Permits charcoal burning 2

Water and Environment minister Samuel Cheptoris says the non issuance of the production and export permits is aimed at restoring the forest cover in the region that was heavily encroached on in the last 20 years.
11:47
11:47

Hotel Tourism and Training Institute Facelift Set For December 1

Emma Mugizi, the Public Relations Officer of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities Ministry, says the funds will go a long way to uplift the facility to offer better training and services to both local and foreign tourists in Uganda.
12:51
12:51

UWA Revises Contract Terms for National Park Lodges madhivani group 2

Raymond Engena, UWA Director Tourism and Business, says the call for revision of the agreements came up in order to increase investment opportunities and create competition for better services in the national parks.
11:42
11:42

Kampala Latrines too Close to Water Sources safe water 2

A mini survey by a URN reporter established that several latrines are constructed as close as 10-metres near open water sources in contravention of the Public Health Act.
11:35
11:35

Sugarcane Growers Demand Inclusion in Operation Wealth Creation sugarcane farmers 1 2

Sugarcane growers in Busoga region say the program has sidelined them. The region has close to 25,000 sugarcane growers who have been mobilized and motivated by the five sugar factories in the sub region.
16:21
16:21

Jinja District Zonal Surveyor Fired 2

Jinja district Chief Administrative Officer CAO Olive Nakyanzi says Ndegeya was cited by the Office of the Inspector General of Government IGG for failing to correct a boundary description in a land allocation to an investor Patel Magan, acting on behalf of M/S Nile Agro Industries Limited.
11:27
11:27

Teaching In Govt Aided Schools Affected By Lack Of Chairs 1 3 Top story

Charles Kiyemba, a teacher at Bussede Seed Secondary School, says because of lack of desks and congestion in classes, some students find difficult to write notes.
08:52
08:52

Fresh Cracks Emerge At Nalubaale Dam unra 2

Nalubaale dam has developed fresh huge cracks that let water ooze through putting the lives of hundreds of residents at risk.
12:45
12:45

Kakira Sugar Limited Fails to Meet Production Target sugar production 1

David Ojwang, the Vice Chairman Kakira Out growers Rural Development Fund, says plans are underway to review their contracts with the out growers. He says this will help them to identify farmers promoting poaching, which has affected production at Kakira sugar limited.
17:08
17:08

Busoga Forest Company Allocates 500 Hectares of Land to Residents land rights 1 2

William Atube, the Bukatuube Sub County Chairman LCIII who also resides in Walumbe village, says residents must be given priority. He says the decision to allocate the residents land means that they were wrongly evicted from their land.
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