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Makerere University Lecturers Call Off Strike 1 6 Top story

The staff made the resolution during a Joint General Assembly of administrative, academic and support staff Associations on Friday.
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Human Activity Threatens Ntungamo's Biggest Wetland ntungamo district 3

The wetland is a lifeline for communities in Nyabihooko, Nyabushenyi and Ruhaama Sub Counties and part of Isingiro district. But it is now covered in trenches, dug up by farmers who have started creating vegetable gardens, tree nurseries and rearing animals within the gazetted wetland area.
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Lwengo Man Arrested For Killing His Father 2

It is alleged that Ssenabulya armed with a panga attacked Kintu and inflicted deep cuts on his head, hands and the chest.
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Mak Legal Directorate Scorns Law Dons in Leaked Chats law school 1

The staff of the legal directorate described the legal opinion as laughable, embarrassing and stupid, according to contents of a WhatsApp thread detailing a discussion held among legal brains at the University between February 9 and 13, 2019. It is in this conversation that a plan to shut the law school was mooted.
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Quarantine Imposed After African Swine Fever Outbreak in Oyam oyam district

Dr Tom Ogwal, the Oyam District Veterinary Officer said they banned the sale of pig products including imposing quarantine to avoid further spread of the disease to other areas.
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UNEB Cancels Results for Two Arua Schools after Disciplinary Hearing

The Examinations body became suspicious after discovering a live correlation of answers for all the candidates in the two centres, implying that the learners could have had advanced knowledge of the questions.
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Patients, Survivors Share Agonizing Tale of Managing Cancer blood transfusion 1 3

Each year, more than 300,000 children aged below 19 are diagnosed with cancer around the world. Approximately 8 in 10 of these children live in low and middle-income countries where their survival rate is often near 20 percent. This is in stark contrast to high-income countries, where cure rates exceed 80 percent for many common childhood cancers.
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Speaker Kadaga Meets Prof. Nawangwe makerere university 1

The closed-door meeting between the two and a few other Parliament officials took place on Friday at the Speakers boardroom.
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DPP Asked to Expedite Rakai School Fire Investigations masaka high court 1

Moses Mujumba, Kisuules father maintains that his son is innocent. He says that the slow pace of investigations is denying the suspects the right to an expeditious trial.
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Creation of Lower Administrative Units Worries Ankole CSOs 1

Elly Muhwezi, the programs coordinator for Uganda Citizens Alliance says that splitting of sub-counties to create more town councils is not a wise decision. He says that the money spent on new administrative units should instead be used to improve service delivery in the already existing administrative units.
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Nebbi District Fails to Secure Land for World Bank Funded Border Market 5

Trade Minister Amelia Kyambadde wrote to the Nebbi District Leadership in 2011 directing the council to provide a titled land for the establishment of the Great Lakes Trade Facilitation Project GTLF which will host the International border market.
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Kabarole Youths Stuck with Hydraform Machine 2 1

The machine was meant to be used by the youths to improve on their livelihood by making bricks for sale. When put to proper use, it has a capacity of producing over 10,000 bricks daily.
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Encroachers Forced to Restore Wetland in Masindi police 1

Alex Tabu and Charles Dama all residents of Kirasa cell in Masindi central division were on Monday arrested together with John Kiiza who had hired them to cultivate the wetland located along Masindi-Kafo road.
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Amuru Pupils Abandon Classes to Hunt Edible Rats

Charles Openy, the Olinga Village chairperson in Labala parish says the pupils are engaged in hunting edible rats in the foot Lili, Tugu, Atyeno, Kilak and Cam Got hills. He says the area consists of vast jungles rich in edible rats, antelopes, warthogs and different birds species such as guinea fowl.
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GISO Remanded over Obtaining Money by False Pretence cultural leaders

Benedict Oyugi and John Bosco Akore, the Secretary Kotido District Cultural Elders Council are accused of soliciting a bribe of 2.2 million shillings from a defilement suspect Peter Oumo.
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MTN Uganda Questions Reason for CEO's Deportation statement 1 Top story

The Belgian was deported last night, on the orders of the Internal Affairs Minister, Gen Jeje Odong making him the fourth employee of the company to be a prohibited immigrant declared under section 52 g of the Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act.
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Kagadi CAO Orders Arrest of Interdicated Head Teachers interdiction 1

Its alleged that the head teachers, last year solicited money from private schools and allowed them to register for Primary leaving Examinations- PLE at their Centres without submitting the money to UNEB.
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Makerere Directed to Deposit UGX 3.2 Billion in Industrial Court bennet magara 1

Sylvia Nabaggala, the Court Registrar of the Industrial Court while ruling on the matter on Wednesday instructed Makerere to deposit the money to the Courts account, if the application is to proceed.
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Museveni to Clear Kisoro Councilor's Medical Bill

Kansiime had travelled to Narayan Hospital, India, for a kidney transplant, two months ago. However, the transplant did not take place after the supposed donor a businessman only identified as Gisinuka failed to show up.
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