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18:13
18:13

Makerere Counts on Halls of Residence Competitions to Boost Sports at University 1 1

The inter-hall competitions kicked off last week on 18th March 2022, with both male and female students under their respective halls competing in the different sporting disciplines outlined by the University sports organizers.
18:03
18:03

Lira Street Vendors Protest Eviction street vending 1 6

The vendors say that they will not leave the streets because the new markets where they were transferred lack power and adequate sanitary facilities.
17:46
17:46

Karamojong Cattle Raiders Threaten Subcounty Chairpersons' Lives 1 3

The most targeted leaders are the sub county chairpersons and local councilors whom they are accused of leaking the information about their movement to the security forces who are now hunting for them.
16:36
16:36

MUASA Protests Reprimand of Staff over Industrial Action Public Universities 1 1

The MUASA Chairperson Robert Kakuru has asked the university management to overturn its decision calling it unfair.
14:46
14:46

Committee Set Up to Verify List of Mbarara Central Market Vendors 1 4

Raphael Magyezi the Minister of Local Government says the verification team has only one week to validate the lists and submit the findings to the Ministry.
14:44
14:44

Jailed Lawyer Mabirizi Asks High Court to Cancel Pastor Bugingo's Bail 3

The state says Bugingo and Naluswa got married on December 20, 2003, but before the dissolution of their marriage, Bugingo allegedly married Makula under customary law on December 7, 2021 in Kawuku, Katabi town council in Wakiso district.
14:20
14:20

Bwera Hospital ART Clinic Struggling to Offer Services over Inadequate Space HIV Patients 1 4

Kule Isemaleka, the ART Clinic Head says for a long time, they have been operating without adequate structures despite offering a service that requires privacy.
13:39
13:39

Two Arrested in Busia with Assortment of Arms 1

The suspects have been identified as Edrine Sifuna and Musana Walusimbi, both residents of Busia Municipality. They were arrested on Thursday evening in an operation conducted by both the flying squad and field force unit- FFU police force in Sofia village, Eastern division.
13:24
13:24

Entebbe Hospital Reopens 4 3

The hospital closed the outpatient, dental, optical, maternal, and child care departments in March 2020 to focus on the effective management of COVID-19 patients.
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13:04

Calls to Ringfence Political Positions Result from Poor Service Delivery -Former LOP Jacob Oulanyah 3 1

The former Kasese MP says the demand to ring fence political positions is a manifestation of NRM’s style of divide and rule where one tribe or region seems to favoured against the others.
12:43
12:43

Street Vendors Petition Court Over Eviction from Kampala 1 2

On 23rd December 2021, the then City Resident Commissioner- RCC Hud Hussein directed vendors to peacefully vacate the streets and take up space in city markets before they are forced out. The RCC sounded the same order on 11th January 2022 before KCCA working with security personnel from police and the army intensified operations to rid streets of vendors.
11:29
11:29

Kenya, Uganda Forces Join Hands to Hunt for Killers of Three Geologists

AIP Micheal Longole the Karamoja regional Police spokesperson said that Ugandan security has always been in touch with the Kenyan counterpart whenever the Turkana misbehave and cross back to Kenya.
11:06
11:06

Lango Religious Leaders Call for Peaceful Mourning of Oulanyah 4

Sanctus Lino Wanok, the Bishop of Lira Diocese and the chairperson of the group says Oulanyah was a champion for peace whose death should not cause conflicts and division among the people.
08:01
08:01

UN Asks For Gender Responsive Climate Change Policies in Uganda UN Women Uganda 1 3

Women and girls are disproportionately impacted by climate change. But they are also at the forefront of global efforts fighting for change.
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