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Apr 2022 21 results
17:00
17:00

We Can't wait for KCCA Ordinance to Register Boda Bodas 3 1

Buroora says that over 5000 Boda bodas from Central and Nakawa Divisions have been registered, subjected to medical tests and trained in best road practices. He says that they will move the exercise to Lubaga, Kawempe and Makindye following a roadmap yet to be released by the respective division security Committees.
16:00
16:00

3000 Customary Land Owners To Get Land Titles in Mbarara 4

Kasagara says people in Mbarara have lived on customary land, which they inherited from their grandparents and ignored the need to get titles escalating wrangles.
15:46
15:46

Hundreds of Congolese Refugees Returning Home 2 4

Information released by David Mugenyi, a resettlement commandant in the Office of the Prime-OPM shows that only 1056 refugees were temporarily resettled at the Bwera Teachers Training College playground by Wednesday.
15:29
15:29

Rugby Cranes Steps Up Preparations for Africa Sevens Uganda Rugby sevens 1 3

Countries that will participate in the competition are Namibia, Zambia, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Tunisia, Senegal and Mauritius. The others are Botswana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Cameroon, and Burundi.
15:04
15:04

Rotary Announces Three Days of Free Health Services Countrywide

Rotary Clubs under Districts 9213 and 9214 are going to offer three days of free health services countrywide this month. During the health days, a number of services including child immunization, COVID-19 vaccination, HIV/AIDS counseling and testing, condom distribution, and cancer screening are offered
14:49
14:49

Women in Acholi Start Campaign to Restore Depleted Indigenous Tree Species 3 1

Juliet Adoch, the Director of Wise Women Uganda says that they target to plant over 36 indigenous tree species such as Afzelia Africana, Prunus Africana, Shea, Caya Afzelia, Vertex Donania, Ghanaians Gardenia, Balinse Ejetica, Violet tree, and Imperialis among others in the first phase.
14:40
14:40

Africa Witnessing Longest-running Decline in COVID-19 Cases 1

According to records from the World Health Organisation, the number of cases recorded weekly have fallen for the past 16 weeks, while deaths have continued to drop for the last eight. Records show that infections have reduced from a peak of over 308, 000 cases weekly at the start of the year to less than 20,000 in the week ending on 10 April 2022
13:28
13:28

Fort Portal City Struggling to Operate Without Land Board 3 2

The lack of a land board has led to a backlog of requests for land titles and other tasks that are supposed to be performed by the board.
12:04
12:04

Night Economy Helps URA Surpass its Target 3

Between January and March this year, URA collected1,834.37 Billion Shillings against a target of 1,823.25 Billion Shillings, with a surplus of 11.11 Billion Shillings. This is its strongest quarterly performance for the year.
12:01
12:01

Chaos as Fourth Vendor Registration Commences in Mbarara 2 7

Stephen Rwangande, a landlord and Chairperson of Mbarara Central Market Meat and Livestock dealers says they set up the structures housing the butchery and spent 5.6 million shillings to construct them, thus arguing that they are the rightful people to be registered and not the tenants.
11:06
11:06

Kabaka Speaks Out on Escalating Commodity Prices 1

"The Easter celebrations of this year should awaken leader’s hearts especially our Members of Parliament to fulfil their promises to their voters and find solutions to issues faced by the nation arising from taxes, escalating prices of essential commodities..." reads part of Kabaka's message written in Luganda.
10:42
10:42

Police FC Sack Coach Abdallah Mubiru 1

Mubiru's sacking comes after Police lost three consecutive games against Express FC, Onduparaka, and Mbarara City.
10:36
10:36

Sub-county Leaders Ask Wagagai Gold Refinery To Construct Roads In Sorry State 3

Emma Eduki Egesa, the LC 3 Chairperson of Buteba Sub-county, says that the roads were misused by Wagagai Gold Company because they dump the soil that they dig from underground tunnels on the roadside.
10:14
10:14

Mabirizi to Petition High Court over Ruparelia - Lake Victoria Abuse Case Rajiv Ruparelia 4 4

Mabirizi said he initiated private prosecution proceedings against Rajiv Ruparelia as a responsible citizen precisely because the National Environment Management Authority-NEMA and police would most likely not arrest or charge him for dumping soil in the lake.
10:10
10:10

Uganda Confident Ahead of CANA Zone IV Swimming Championship 1 3

Speaking to URN, Kirabo said that she has gained many skills, techniques and pacing during her stay in Kazan, which she expects to use to improve her personal best.
09:33
09:33

Residents Reject Old Medical Equipment Donated by Bukedea District 3 2

The six beds and mattresses were delivered on April 3rd, 2022 to the facility without the knowledge of the local leadership and the management, according to Patrick Odeke, the Chairperson of the Health Unit Management Committee.
09:18
09:18

Makerere To Preserve Nyerere's Room as Historical Site Bugema University 1 3

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Barnabas Nawangwe, says that the room will be renovated and set apart with some collections of materials used by Nyerere. "This room should be worked on and preserved as a historical site for our alumnus. We shall look for some of his collections and set up the room," he said.
08:21
08:21

Gov’t Relaunches Mutukula Regional Market As Project Gets New Investor 7 2

Kadaga says the market will not only develop the district but also create employment for the residents of the greater Masaka region. She explains that the project will give rise to good road infrastructure, electricity supply, a fully-fledged airport, shelter and shops among others.
07:52
07:52

Where Is the Queen's Clock? 2 1 Top story

Unofficial reports from within KCCA indicate that the clock disappeared in 2011 when the then newly established Kampala Capital City Authority under the stewardship of Jennifer Musisi embarked on a project to refurbish and rebrand the clock tower in an effort to “beautify the city”.
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