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19:49
19:49

17-Year-Old Refugee Arrested for Killing Brother in Domestic Brawl arua cps 2

According to the DPC Arua Dennis Ochama who visited the scene of the crime on Wednesday says that the minor, now a juvenile offender, picked a domestic quarrel with his younger brother on Tuesday afternoon.
12:09
12:09

Gunmen Abduct Three, Raid 40 Cows from Amuru District Amuru Sub County 2

Denis Tookema, a resident of Oforo village says that the gunmen first invaded the area on Thursday, kidnapped three people and made off with 15 cows. The group returned this week, Monday and stole 25 cows from 15 households.
14:13
14:13

Maintaining HIV Patients on Drugs Taking Toll on Healthcare Services Providers hiv management 4 1

Livingstone Kateregga, the Medical in-charge at Kitovu Mobile AIDs Organization, a Catholic Medical and Community support institution operating in Masaka diocese, says the lockdown is presenting tough times to reliably offer services to their clients.
18:00
18:00

Ministry Directs Educational Institutions to Pay Staff 1

Alex Kakooza, the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Education notes that since educational institutions have gone only two months without operating, the budgets for first term salaries should be adequate to pay the staff for at least three months.

Business and finance

21:02
21:02

Kitgum District Approves UGX 32.9 Billion For 2020/2021 Financial Year 6 1

The draft budget was presented before the district council by Gaston Billy Graham, the District Vice Chairperson on Wednesday at the district Council Hall.
18:30
18:30

Banks to Close at 2pm to Allow Staff Beat Curfew COVID 19 Curfew 1

The biggest challenge for most people working in the city centre has been the traffic jam that builds up from 3pm with snarl-ups stretching for kilometres as people rush home before curfew.
17:08
17:08

Vanilla Farmers Want Curfew Until Harvesting Period 4 2 Top story

The farmers usually harvest the highly prized crop between June and July. A Kilogram of fresh vanilla fibre costs more than Shillings 200,000 on the market. Middlemen buy a kilogram at around 160,000 Shillings while established companies can buy it at as much as 200,000 Shillings per kilogram.
16:16
16:16

Coffee Quality Likely to Drop as Farmers Struggle to Offload Unsold Harvest ucda 1 Top story

This is according to the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) Managing director Emmanuel Ilamulemye, who spoke during an online meeting on the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis to farmers, on Wednesday afternoon. He said that coffee markets have stagnated with disruptions from Coronavirus measures, affecting the farmers’ ability to reach markets.

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