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11:51
11:51

Atongtidi Sub County Leaders Want Loka-Anok Island Developed 3

The land measuring approximately 10,000 hectares is situated inside Lake Kwania, about 3kms from Abali trading center towards Amolatar District.
09:01
09:01

Kwania, Ministry of Environment Launch Mass Tree Planting Drive 4

Opollot Apollo Benard, the Kwania deputy Chief Administrative Officer says the district seeks to plant 20,000 tree seedlings annually in an attempt to mitigate environment related problems.
20:26
20:26

Soldier Shoots, Injures Civilian in Bukwo. 2

Brig. Joseph Balikudembe the UPDF 3rd Division commander condemned the act of the soldiers saying they will face the law after investigations.
15:30
15:30

EU, UDB Urge Tour Operators to Borrow Unutilised Covid-19 Relief Facility 5

The bank still holds up to 44 billion shillings which remained of the 62 billion which was the total set aside to revive the tourism industry from the covid-19 setback, out of which only 18.2 billion was disbursed.
13:10
13:10

Residents Decry Delayed Completion of Sezibwa Bridge 1 3

In 2019, the Ministry of Works and Transport, contracted Omega Construction Ltd to build the road and the bridge over River Ssezibwa at 21 Billion Shillings. It was supposed to be completed within 18 months, but the contractor was granted a six-month extension.
10:19
10:19

Buvuma Pupils, Teachers Admitted After Lightning Strike 1 1

Janifa Nakkazi, one of the affected teachers, says the thunderbolt was followed by a serious fire and almost affected every class but they managed to evacuate the pupils into a nearby mosque. Nakkazi sustained burns on the left leg.
08:04
08:04

Kabale Authorities, NEMA Officials Clash Over Proposed Closure of Mining Company 7 5 Top story

The officials had visited the mining site to investigate complaints from the community that the company was discharging contaminated water directly into a nearby stream, a tributary to river Kiruruma, which flows through Kabale town to Kyanamira and Maziba sub-county up to Rwanda.