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Human rights

08:24
08:24

Mbale City Asks People on Demolished Building to Go to Court for Redress Mbale High Court 2 1

Kutosi stated that the building was demolished because it had become a nuisance within the town. He mentioned that this building is not the only one slated for demolition, as the council is still in court seeking demolition orders for other condemned buildings.
07:57
07:57

Police Stuck with Defilement Case Pinning LC3 Chairperson Soroti district 1

The case registered under SD07/10/05/2024 of Gweri Police Station in Soroti district is losing ground after the only document with details of the victim’s date of birth was tempered with during the police investigations.
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 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.

Business and finance

08:40
08:40

Africans Believe Highly in African Brands But Their Loyalty is in Europe - Study

Only 14 percent of Africans would leave other brands and look for an African brand, according to the report that ranks the best 100 brands on the continent.
08:12
08:12

Trade Ministry Develops Eco-Friendly Guidelines for Industrial Parks, Free Zones economic growth 3 1

Francis Mwebesa, the Minister of Trade, emphasized the essential role of the new guidelines in guaranteeing the quality and functionality of Industrial Parks and Free Zones. He underlined that these guidelines are not only rooted in international best practices but are also tailored to meet Uganda's specific needs and aspirations.
08:07
08:07

Namuganza Wants Police to Probe the Whereabouts of Emyoga Funds Meant for Journalists Persis Namuganza 1

Her call came in response to a complaint from Joseph Sooka, chairperson of the Namutumba Journalists Association (NAJA). Sooka claimed that although Namutumba has three constituencies, each entitled to a journalist's Emyoga Sacco, local leaders frustrated their efforts to access these funds.
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.