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16:24
16:24

Basajja Demands UGX 10B From Tabloid compensation claims

According to the story, the claims of rape were made by his estranged wife, Betty Basajjabalaba, who accused him of forcing her into sex immediately after giving birth and that he also forced her into sex while in her monthly menstrual periods.
15:45
15:45

Anti-Corruption Crusaders Want Quality Chemicals Limited Investigated anti-malaria drugs 1 Top story

The Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda has petitioned Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to look into the operations of Quality Chemicals Limited. The organisation argues that Quality Chemicals is in breach of agreement with government of Uganda that has seen it hike prices of Anti-retroviral drugs and anti-malaria drugs.
14:30
14:30

Heavy Rain Devastates Bukomansimbi District heavy winds

Heavy rains have destroyed gardens and houses in Kasaka village, Kitanda Sub County in Bukomansimbi district.
14:22
14:22

Uganda Warned to Prepare For The Worst In Nuclear Energy Pursuit nuclear energy unit 2 Top story

The latest development that comes as governments meet at the UN Climate Change Conference in Warsaw Poland has not gone unnoticed. Some protestors outside the conference urged Uganda and other countries not to go into nuclear as a form of Energy.
13:32
13:32

MP Kipoi Left With Days to Defend His Absence, Conduct 1

Basing on a series of controversies surrounding Kipoi and his continued absence from parlaiment, speaker Rebecca Kadaga directed the rules committee to investigate his conduct and report to parliament by December 20th, 2013.
12:59
12:59

Kikwete Rallies African Countries On Climate Change 2

Tanzanian Jakaya Kikwete has said there is need for Africa to urgently stem the carbon emissions as well as temperature rises. Kikwete’s comments came shortly after a new report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) indicated that African countries are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and could struggle to feed and defend their people as temperatures rise.
12:28
12:28

Two Withdraw From Bukanga Parliamentary Race nathan byanyima 2

Independent candidates Asiimwe Jackline Matovu and Jeremiah Kamurari Birungyi reportedly withdrew from the race yesterday (Thursday) following a meeting with the NRM vice chairperson Ali Hajji Moses Kigongo.
12:20
12:20

Poor Hygiene Forces Health Workers To Lay Down Tools in soroti district

Health workers at Princess Diana health centre IV in Soroti Municipality have gone on strike protesting poor hygiene at the facility.
12:02
12:02

Government Formalises Kasese Pastoralists Resettlement land resettlement

The chairman of the Government Technical Team Dr. Fred Wesonga is now leading a team of surveyors in Kasese to open the boundaries so that both pastoralists and cultivators acquire land tittles through their cooperatives formed at the time of resettlement.
11:17
11:17

MPs Seek to Block Parliamentary Commission from Electing New Members interim court order

Three independent Members of Parliament (MPs) have gone to the Constitutional Court seeking for an interim injunction; stopping Parliament from electing new office bearers of the Parliamentary Commission until their petition challenging their exclusion is heard and determined.
11:15
11:15

Solicitor General Pinned Over Dormant Cases 2 3

Legislators on the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday tasked the Solicitor General Francis Atoke to explain why his office has failed to resolve cases dating back to the 1980s.
10:16
10:16

Promoter Sues Golola Over Recent Fight golola moses 1

Ugandan Kick-boxer Moses Golola has been dragged to Commercial Court by his promoter Afro Beat Ltd for breach of contract after assigning another promoter to arrange his recent fight in Nateete, Kampala.
07:39
07:39

MPs Push Govt On Hepatitis B Virus Policy hepatitis b vaccine 3

Parliament has called for the development and implementation of a comprehensive Hepatitis B Virus policy.
07:26
07:26

Byanyima Leads NGOs Walkout At Climate Change Conference 2

Representatives of the global Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) walked out of the UN Climate Change conference in Warsaw, Poland to protest reluctance by the developed countries to make commitments towards achieving a global climate treaty.
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