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08:10
08:10

Residents Protest Destruction of Their Property by Chinese Contractor bukulula sub county 2 1 Top story

Residents accuse the Chinese firm of destroying their properties that include homes, crop gardens and blocking community water sources because of stone quarrying activities in the area. On Wednesday, the affected residents blocked the company workers from accessing the stone quarry found on their village.
16:04
16:04

Kakiika Division NRM Chairperson Fears for His Life Politics 2 1

According to Mugume, he received information from his friend over the weekend indicating that someone was looking for him. Mugume says that he convinced the person to meet him at Accacia hotel Mbarara on Sunday and alerted police leading to the arrest of Edward Kasibante.
14:50
14:50

Over 80 New Staff Go Without Salaries in Serere District 1 1 Top story

Serere district was given 20 slots for recruitment of teachers but the District Service Commission recruited 55, in addition to staff in other departments. This left the district with a wage shortfall of more than 664 million Shillings.
13:06
13:06

Improve on Communication with Christians in Kumi - Bishop Obaikol Kumi Diocese 2 1

Bishop Obaikol asked Christians to desist from interfering in church matters. He also appealed for calm in the transitional process of the diocese, urging Christians to pray instead of fronting violence.

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10:03
10:03

Pictorial: Ntagali Hands Over Administrative CoU Provincial Office to Kazimba Top story

The handover followed a thanksgiving Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe for Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven Kazimba who was elected as the 9th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda. The Thanksgiving Service in which the Bishop of Namirembe Diocese delivered a sermon was preceded by a welcome march of the Archbishop elect from Nankulabye junction along Balintuma road to the Namirembe Hill, the provincial seat of the CoU.

Business and finance

10:57
10:57

Kebisoni Town Clerk Orders Tenants Off William Street Open Market

According to Najuna, the council had put up a toilet to help business people during the day but because people have turned these lockups as residential areas, there is poor disposal of faecal wastes since the toilet is distant from places where they reside illegally.
10:19
10:19

Expensive Seedlings Keep Ugandans Away from Hass Avocado 1

A seedling for Hass Avocado is being sold between Shs 5,000 and Shs 8,000 apiece with farmers and middlemen dealing in the fruit saying at that price it is impossible to plant a sizeable garden.
20:44
20:44

New Humanitarian Peace and Development Project Unveiled in Kyangwali 7 1

The Project dubbed “Mutual Inter-Related Resilience programme”-MIRP is a collaboration between four Organizations including Act of Sweden, the Lutheran World Federation, Norwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger of United States.
20:14
20:14

MPs Want Their Daily Mobile Money Transaction Limit Increased to UGX 20m 3

Musasizi argued that MPs are big mobile money users because the platform has eased their transactions with constituents. He thereafter asked whether the telecom companies can provide special consideration to enable them to make a maximum of 20 million Shillings via mobile money.

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