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09:00

School Watchman in Kamuli Arrested for Flogging Pupils

The victims, aged 10, 12, and 13, are pupils at Butegere Primary School where the incident took place.
15:27
15:27

Traditional Healers Form Association 3 2

Jemba Lumiramayengo from Gguluddene Traditional Healers, who is the Chairperson of the new association, said that the association is aimed at curbing quack herbalists in the country.
08:42
08:42

Lango Paramount Chief Appoints New Electoral Commission Members 4 1

The five-member commission will be chaired by the deputy Awitong of the Inomo clan Col. Rt. Dan Opito Odwe
20:27
20:27

Nakasongola Man Defiles, Strangles 4-Year-Old Girl Defilement 2

The body of the victim was taken to Nakasongola HC IV for a postmortem examination.

Slideshow

16:41
16:41

Pictorial: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Delivers State Of Nation Address

During his address, President Museveni warned actors who are working for the interests of foreigners. He said that these are both corrupt and traitors and that government is monitoring their activities.

Business and finance

19:19
19:19

Among,Tayebwa Don't Deserve To Be Speaker-Prof Latigo Uganda Parliament 4 3 Top story

"I have no fear in saying the current speaker does not deserve to be the speaker of Parliament. Neither does the deputy. What qualifications do they have? What experience in terms of stature?"
10:23
10:23

Foreign Investment in Clean Energy in Africa Dropped in 2023 2 Top story

FDI flows to developing countries fell by 7% to $867 billion last year, reflecting a 3% drop in Africa.
20:11
20:11

AG Objects to Kasigwa's Appointment as UNBS Chief 1

The Attorney General's intervention follows a petition by one Ahimbisibwe George soon after the announcement of Eng James Nkamwesiga Kasigwa as new Executive Director effective May 13, despite coming to third in the interviews
16:11
16:11

Gender Ministry Extends GROW Project To Karamoja Sub-Region Women in business 5 1

The GROW project running for five years and implemented by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development was launched in Kampala in June 2023. However, the ministry has extended the project to cover up to all nine districts of the Karamoja sub-region. The approximately 8.05 billion Ugandan shillings World Bank-funded project targets 35000 micro and 4000 small women enterprises expected to have transitioned to small and medium enterprises respectively by the time of closure in 2027.