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15:04
15:04

Court Further Remands Gulu Woman for Killing Husband Gulu Main Prisons

According to the prosecution, on October 28, 2022 while at their residence in Kabedo Opong in Bardege-Layibi Division in Gulu City, Amony with Malice aforethought killed Etuk Joseph.
14:57
14:57

Police Block Human Rights Activists Press Conference 1 1

Plain-clothed and uniformed police asked the restaurant manager and organizers to cancel the press conference, claiming that they were unaware of such a gathering.
10:27
10:27

Water Shortage Hits Three Sub Counties in Arua District 2 1

Currently the district has safe water coverage of 51%, which is far below the national average of 65%. The most hit sub counties are Logiri and Vurra which have safe water coverage of 42% and 43% respectively.
09:19
09:19

Africa’s Advances in Maternal, Infant Mortality Face Setbacks- WHO

New data from the agency indicates that 390 women will die in childbirth for every 100,000 live births in sub-Saharan Africa, by 2030. This is more than five times higher than Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) targets – and well above the global average of 211.

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10:55
10:55

Pictorial: Youth Mark Rwenzururu Palace Raid Anniversary by Planting Trees Top story

Sunday marked six years since the raid on the Rwenzurur palace, which climaxed with the arrest of Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere and 203 others.

Business and finance

17:44
17:44

Kamwenge District to Benefit from UGX 16B USMID Project Ministry of Lands 4 1

The money will be used to construct three roads which include Bwitankanja-Nsonosa 5.6 kilometers, Burambira-Mikamba-Bwitankanja 6.7 Kilometers and Mutwe-Kyamwera 7.4 Kilometers, construction of a Market Shed and Taxi Park and construction of a playground.
16:44
16:44

Kyegegwa Residents Decry Delayed Completion of Hapuyo-Nabingoola Road 3

The 40-kilometer road which connects from Kakabara sub-county in Kyegegwa district to Nabingola in Mubende is being constructed under the Development Response to Displacement Impact Project –DRDIP, a program under the Office of the Prime Minister intended to support the refugee-hosting communities.
13:08
13:08

Katakwi Residents Chase Away Ministry of Water over Shabby Work

"What is on the ground now is that the so called engineers from the ministry of water and environment are fencing the dam with soil and we are wandering what type of fencing that is," John Omoding, a local resident complained.
09:04
09:04

Another Public School Under Threat in Kampala 1 4

The school, situated between St Balikuddembe market and Nakivubo Blue Primary School, has an enrollment of 430 learners. Available information indicates that the idea to start this school was mooted in 1958 by Sir Frederick Crawford, the then Governor of Uganda Protectorate, together with the municipal council of the time.

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