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14:30
14:30

NUP Mukono Wing Set Seven Core Activities for Tuesday Moblisation Tour associate 1

Despite repeated interruptions during their initial national tours, party members in Mukono assert that they have informed the police about all their planned activities.
07:54
07:54

Private Schools Hesitant to Register Learners on EMIS, Fear Data Misuse UNEB 1 2

Lawrence Kulumba from Boston High School in Entebbe states that many private school owners fear the government might misuse the data collected for taxation purposes.
14:11
14:11

Police, Mbale City Authorities Accused Of Aiding Illegal Eviction 1 4 Top story

The Police and Mbale city authorities however deny that they were aware of the demolition of the building located on Pallisa road.
13:18
13:18

Lands Ministry Cautions Women on Signing Family Land Purchase Documents As Mere Witnesses land exploitation 1

Obbo emphasized that women often contribute significantly to the purchase of land, yet they sign agreements as mere witnesses. This practice allows their spouses to sell the land without their consent in case of a disagreement.

Business and finance

15:27
15:27

Mbarara Traders Oppose Closure of Roads During City Festival private sector 1

Allan Karakure, the City Commercial Officer and chairperson of the organizing committee, assures that this year's Mbarara City Festival will feature an array of activities including street expos, exhibitions, medical camps, blood donation drives, cultural performances, and music and dance shows.
15:02
15:02

Jinja City Land Board Suspends Land Transactions Over Fraud Mafubira

Mukama informed journalists that they have engaged with officials from the Ministry of Lands to halt all land transactions temporarily. This pause will allow for thorough audits to verify authenticity and rightful ownership.
11:32
11:32

Zombo Farmers, Developer Fight Over Tea Processing Machine general manager 1 4

Grace Atim, the Deputy Zombo Resident District Commissioner, criticized the firm for failing to install the machine, which has left tea farmers in the district in a difficult situation as their tea plantations have been overgrown.
07:54
07:54

Private Schools Hesitant to Register Learners on EMIS, Fear Data Misuse UNEB 2 1

Lawrence Kulumba from Boston High School in Entebbe states that many private school owners fear the government might misuse the data collected for taxation purposes.