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Demand for water to outstrip supply by 40 per cent by 2030 water crisis

Investing 0.16 per cent of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the water sector could reduce water scarcity and improve people’s lives
23:04
23:04

Africa Pledges $351.7 Million for Somalia Famine Crisis ethiopia

The Addis Ababa conference marks the first “large scale” African effort to deal with a humanitarian crisis.
22:20
22:20

IOM: First group of migrants evacuated from Tripoli libyan crisis 1

Most of the migrants being evacuated are Egyptians, Filipinos, Canadians, Algerians, Moroccans and an Italian.
20:10
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Chronic Drug Thefts and Corruption in Health Sector Shocks MPs

a story from a meeting between social service committee and head of drug monitoring unit
18:25
18:25

State House Arrests Top Health Officials In Amuru Over Theft embezzlement 1

Three senior officials of Amuru district local government were on Thursday morning arrested for various offenses, including lack of accountability and embezzlement of over 260 million shillings meant for health delivery in the district.
18:09
18:09

Court Gives MP Katongole Last Chance To Appear In Court moses kasibante

Justice Musoke Kibuuka has given Rubaga North MP Singh Katongole one last chance to appear in court on Friday for cross-examination.
18:06
18:06

Anti Mao DP Faction Protests Expulsion from DP mukasa mbidde 2

Democratic Party supporters loyal to Samuel Walter Lubega are protesting their expulsion from the party. Trouble started on Tuesday after Mukasa Mbidde, the DP legal Advisor issued a statement expelling all DP members who contested as independents in the 2011 February elections.
18:00
18:00

Police Foils Bank Robbery in Jinja

The robbers stormed the bank on Thursday and gathered some bank properties including a generator.
17:54
17:54

Government Moves To Increase Use Of Morphine To Stop Pain In HIV Patients. cancer 2

Dr. Jacinto Amandua, the Commissioner for Clinical Services says many patients suffering with cancer, tuberculosis or HIV endure unbearable pain yet it could be prevented by orally administered morphine.
17:35
17:35

Councilors Block Discussion on Kabale Unversity Land councillors 3

Kabale district council has voted to halt any further discussion on the controversy surrounding the land allocated to Kabale University.
17:11
17:11

Fuel Adulteration Reduces As Energy Ministry Increases Monitoring 1

Fuel adulteration in Uganda has decreased from 29.1% in November 2009 to 5.1% in July 2011, an official from the ministry of energy has said.
16:38
16:38

Seven Soroti Flying School Planes Grounded guild

The financial crisis at the Soroti-based East African Civil Aviation Academy has forced the school to suspend flight operations.
16:20
16:20

Residents Demolish House Of Imam Arrested In Armed Robbery

Residents of Makonzi village, Bukakata Sub County in Masaka district have demolished the house of an Imam, who was on Wednesday arrested in armed robbery.
15:58
15:58

Ugx 129b Needed to Hold By-elections eng. badru kiggundu 1

The Electoral Commission is seeking 129 billion shillings from government to hold by elections and lower local council elections around the country. Eng. Badru Kiggundu, the Commission chairman, however says they shall only release an election programme after they have received the money.
15:33
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Prison Inmates Appeal For HIV Counseling Centers hiv test kit crisis

Magezi said HIV infection rate in prisons is rising partly due to lack of counseling and treatment centers.
15:31
15:31

Draru Murder Trial adjourned To Friday kazini murder trial

Justice Monica Mugenyi was on Thursday forced to adjourn court proceedings to Friday after Lydia Atim Draru failed to regain strength to defend herself.
15:11
15:11

Minister Cancels Planned Visit To Amuru Over Sugar Project henry banyenzaki

State minister for economic monitoring Henry Banyenzaki has canceled his planned visit to Amuru district to explore ways of speeding up the stalled sugar production project. Madhvani Company has been in talks with government to secure at least 40,000 hectares of land in Amuru for sugar cane growing.
14:39
14:39

One inmate Killed, 20 others Injured in Accident

An Inmate killed, 20 other inmates and prison warders traveling to harvest maize injured in Sembabule motor accident. Eyewitnesses say the tata truck in which the inmates were travelling lost control and collided with a boda boda motorist, overturning several times.
14:16
14:16

MP Accuses Judge of holding Discreet meetings with Rival 2011 elections

Embattled Rubaga North MP, Singh Marwaha Katogole on Thursday stormed out of High Court accusing Justice Musoke Kibuuka of being biased. Katongole claims the presiding judge was bribed by the petitioner, former journalist Moses Kasibante.
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