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19:17
19:17

Officials Trade Accusations as Govt Takes Over Isimba contract 1 3

There were accusations and counter accusations at Isimba Hydro Power site in Kayunga district as government through Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited UEGCL took over interim supervisory role of the project from Infratech PVT Ltd.
18:48
18:48

Workers Strike Paralyses Masaka USMID Projects road work 2 2

Traminco Uganda Limited is undertaking construction of Edward Avenue, Buddu Street, Ssese Street and Jesserby Street a project worth 17 billion Shillings. The firm was supposed to complete the projects in July this year. However, only 19 percent of the work is done.
18:16
18:16

Courts In Kampala Resume after Strike courts resume work 1 3

At the Court of Appeal and High Court Civil Division at Twed Towers in Nakasero, business had resumed normally. At the Commercial Court, business was underway and the situation was similar at the High Court. At LDC court business had resumed as well as Buganda Road Court.
18:01
18:01

63 Cases Lined Up For Inaugural Court of Appeal Session In Gulu 1

The session due to hear 63 cases will commence on September 11th and end on October 6th at the Northern Uganda Court Circuit premises in Gulu Town. Some of the cases have been pending since 2004. Didas Muhumuza, the Assistant Registrar of the Court of Appeal, says a panel of three Judges will preside over the session. They are Justices Kenneth Kakuru, Fredrick Martin Stephen Egonda Ntende and Lady Justice Hellen A. Obura.
17:20
17:20

Govt Takes Over Supervisory Role at Isimba Dam isimba power dam 1 3

This follows the expiry of the 40 months supervisory contract that government signed with Infratech PVT Ltd, to undertake the role of owners government engineer on the project
17:01
17:01

Law on Sexuality Education in the Offing 3

The commissioner in charge of Private Secondary Education Ismail Mulindwa says the idea is to ensure that whatever is contained in sexuality education is in line with the culture, principle and belief of Ugandans and not some foreign cultures.
15:37
15:37

Work Resumes at Gulu Court 1

Wilson Bayo, a senior State Prosecutor in Gulu, says they are ready with several files gathered from the region. By Monday morning, another 10 fresh files were awaiting to be sanctioned by the DPP in Gulu in addition to 244 other files that have been piling since the strike started.
13:53
13:53

UWA Yet to Resolve Angisa Land Conflict katakwi district 4

John Gesa, the UWA Spokesperson, says they are still consulting with the Lands Ministry to survey the disputed land.
12:15
12:15

Lorry Drivers Finally Vacate Masaka Mayor's Garden 2 Top story

Daniel Mugula, the Treasurer Masaka Lorry Drivers Association, says they decided to relocate their vehicles to the streets until the municipality finds them a decent place to operate from. He says they have rejected all the alternative venues offered by the municipality because of safety concerns.
07:37
07:37

Twenty Arrested for Encroaching on Buhweju Wetlands district 2

Emmy Katera, the Buhweju Resident District Commissioner, says the top district leadership is working with the environment department and police to arrest adamant people, who have continued to deplete wetlands in disregard of several warnings.
06:54
06:54

TV Viewers Demand More Educative Programs hate speech 3

Brenda Biribonwa, a newspaper vendor, says most media houses give a lot of airspace to politicians who end up attacking each other.
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