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18:58
18:58

Makerere Starts Staff Head Count to Reorganize Salary Records 2 1

While college principals and administrators are to submit lists for staff present on duty at the end of every month, an attempt made last year indicated that there was need for verification of records on the status of staff.
18:32
18:32

Old Taxi Park to Reopen This Week 1 3

Addressing journalists on Wednesday at the Media Centre, Katumba said that they have agreed with Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to hand over the park by Friday or Saturday this week for the Works Ministry to demarcate stages.
18:30
18:30

KCCA FC Defeats Mbarara City 1-0 to Regain Table Lead upl 2 1

KCCA FC grabbed the lead in just one minute of playtime when defender Herbert Achai's strike went past Mbarara city’s custodian Martin Elungat.
18:18
18:18

Gov't Withdraws Vaccination Card Requirement for Passengers 3

The cancellation of the directive comes barely a week after it was announced by President Yoweri Museveni, as a condition for reopening the economy and allowing public service vehicles to load their full capacity.
17:26
17:26

Teachers Struggling to Prepare Content as Abridged Curriculum Delays 9 1

To enable teachers to prepare for teaching upon reopening, the Ministry of Education had promised an abridged curriculum to speed up the learning process by allowing learners to complete the work that they should have covered in the previous and current academic year in a shortened timeframe.
17:17
17:17

Former Division Headquarters in Arua Turned into Covid-19 Management Centre Muzaidi Khemis 4 2

Due to the increasing cases of the Covid-19, the health department opted to request to use the structures to establish offices and also Covid-19 management centre.
15:50
15:50

No Curfew During School Reopening Week 4

According to Katumba starting January 10, the vehicles will be allowed to move beyond the curfew hours to ensure that the learners report safely without fear of curfew.
15:02
15:02

Youth Leaders Demand Involvement in Parish Development Model Program 6

The youth are worried that if not involved, the parish chiefs and other leaders will sideline them during implementation.
13:55
13:55

Kalerwe Furniture Dealers, Garage Operators Count Losses in Fire 3 1

The fire that started from Wova Auto Garage on Tuesday at 7:00 pm also razed four furniture workshops close to the garage, leaving six vehicles burnt and all furniture in the workshops.
13:14
13:14

Dilapidated, Inadequate School Structures Worry Mityana Leaders 5 3

During the inspection of schools across the districts, the leaders discovered that classrooms have cracks, leaking roofs while others lack roofs after they were blown off by heavy rains.
12:41
12:41

Transporters in Fort Portal Reduce Fares 2 2

Buses and taxis have been carrying half capacity to ensure physical distancing to contain the spread of COVID-19. This forced the transporters to hike the fares to compensate for the empty seats as they comply with the COVID-19 preventive measures.
11:10
11:10

Bus Operators Maintain Fares Despite Carrying Full Capacity 1 2

Initially, the transporters had doubled the fares after the Ministry of health directed transporters to carry half of their licensed capacity to ensure social distancing to minimize COVID-19 transmission.
10:16
10:16

Kitgum Schools to Rely on Learners’ Ability, Mental State before Promotion 5

The decision is in contrast to a directive for the automatic promotion of learners, to the next class, as recommended by the Ministry of Education and Sports when schools reopen their doors for learners next week.
10:03
10:03

70% Vaccination Target Must Be Met to Ward Off Omicron- WHO 1 Top story

The development comes as a senior World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiologist repeated the agency’s message that countries could not boost their way out of the pandemic, while the Omicron variant was transmitting so intensely, just as the Delta variant has done.
09:28
09:28

UPDF to Conduct Nationwide Verification of Veterans 2 1

The Minister of State for Veteran Affairs, Huda Abason Oleru, said that the verification exercise is aimed at ensuring payroll integrity for smooth payment of pensions and gratuity.
09:20
09:20

Truck Drivers Protest Against COVID-19 Testing Fees At Malaba Border Point 1

Mohammed Gitui, one of the drivers, says that as part of the integration there would be a common practice in all the East African Community member states.
08:29
08:29

National Basketball League to Resume in March FUBA 1 4

The last edition of the league was suspended in June 2021 following an upsurge in the numbers of COVID-19 cases in the country.
08:16
08:16

Uncertainty Surrounds Re-opening of Old Taxi Park 1 3

The KCCA Council resolved to open the park on October 20 as works continue, a decision that hit a snag after five companies that sued KCCA for trespassing on their land secured an interim injunction halting the re-opening.
08:02
08:02

Pastoralists Given Extra Time to Vacate Kitgum 2 1

William Komakech, the Resident District Commissioner says that during a meeting between the leaders and the pastoralists, it was agreed that the pastoralists be given some time as they make arrangements to peacefully vacate the area.
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