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13:43
13:43

Kalangala Hotels Maintain Price Cuts Despite Increase of Local Tourists 4

The growing number of local tourists is attributed to MV Kalangala and Entebbe Intenational Airport that resumed operations on October 1st, 2020. Service providers say few, if at all any, international tourists are visiting Kalangala.
15:38
15:38

Influx of Unmarked Foods on The Market Raises Concern food safety 5 1

A cross-section of supermarkets, retail shops and street vendors are selling goods that have no Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) ‘Q’ mark.
11:52
11:52

Leaders in Kikuube District Want Flood Victims Resettled in Game Reserve resettlement 1 5

Kabwoya Kaiso-Tonya Community wild life conservation area is situated in Kabwoya and Buseruka sub counties in Hoima and Kikuube districts.
10:06
10:06

Most Water Drunk in Lamogi Restaurants Contains Human Waste - Amuru RDC AMREF Health Africa 2 1

The study conducted by the Sub County Health Team between 1st to 5th of October covering the whole of Lamogi Sub County found out that 80% of the households, 90% of hotels and restaurants were using contaminated water while 100% of the open wells were contaminated by fecal bacteria. The study also revealed that, the latrine coverage in the Sub County had reduced from 80% in the past five years to 62% as of latest study.
09:20
09:20

National Building Board Moves To Fight Accidents at Construction Sites Masaka City Council 4

Jerome Olowo Stowell, the board architect, says the building committee will re-inspect the building after construction for issuance of an occupancy permit, adding that no building will be allowed to be occupied without an occupational permit.
18:49
18:49

MOH Wants Special Clinics for Over Worked Health Workers medical workers 3

The permanent Secretary ministry of health Dr.Diana Atwine Kanzira says that health workers are over worked and they fail to get time for themselves which expose their lives in danger.
15:56
15:56

Gov't Appeals to MUBS Staff to Halt Strike 1 3

According to Muruli-Mukasa, the government has agreed to work on all the issues raised by MUBS academic staff, adding that they are already working on a supplementary budget of Shillings 4926,869,832 billion to cater for the salaries of the 843 staff.