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12:40
12:40

Commercial Sex Workers Appeal for Better Jobs Amdist COVID-19 Restrictions 5

In March 2020, when Uganda was first hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, Namirembe lived in her rented bed space in Kisenyi slum where she paid 5,000 Shillings per night.
10:36
10:36

4,000 Approved for Cattle Compensation in Lira LRA insurgency 4

According to a list released by the Attorney General, out of the 10,085 claimants who had registered, 4,516 will be compensated.
10:06
10:06

UPDF Oversees Burial of Man Killed in Apaa Land Clashes Adjumani district 2

Lt. Hassan Ahmed Kato, the UPDF 4th Division Spokesperson defended their deployment at the burial site to ensure peace and sanity prevailed between the two communities.
18:04
18:04

Long Distance Truckers Name 24 Colleagues Killed by Gunmen in South Sudan strikes 2 2

A provisional list that dates back to 2013, includes names of 10 Eritrean nationals, eight Kenyans and six Ugandans. The Ugandans include, among others, Hajj Makanga Abdu, a Ugandan long-distance driver who was shot dead with his son, Umar Ssembuse aboard truck number UAH 151R, which was burnt at Ganjji – Yeri Road in March 2021.

Business and finance

14:44
14:44

NSSF May Lower Interest to Savers as Benchmark Inflation Falls

Interest income grew from 1.40 trillion to 1.61 trillion Shillings, while dividend income grew from 62.2billion to 7.49billion Shillings, due to better business on stock markets in the region, where NSSF invested in stocks.
11:58
11:58

Fisheries Protection Unit Burns Illegal Fishing Gears in Kaberamaido 3

In an operation headed by the FPU commander, Col. Geoffrey Nuwagaba on Thursday, the army destroyed over 5,000 illegal fishing nets and several boats worth over 300 million shillings.
10:36
10:36

4,000 Approved for Cattle Compensation in Lira LRA insurgency 4

According to a list released by the Attorney General, out of the 10,085 claimants who had registered, 4,516 will be compensated.
20:48
20:48

Interim Market Leaders Protest Appointment of Market Masters 1 2

Kabanda accuses the interim leaders of failing to account for 697 Million Shillings they receive annually from the government.

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