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06:16
06:16

Masaka Bishop Calls For Concerted Support For Refugee Communities 1 3

Bishop Jjumba made the appeal on Sunday while celebrating mass to commemorate the 102nd anniversary of the existence of St Henry’s College Kitovu, one of the traditional boys' Secondary Schools in the country, which is operating in Masaka City.
16:07
16:07

Global Population Expected To Peak in 2080 1 Top story

In 2011, the global population reached the 7 billion mark, it stood at almost 7.9 billion in 2021, and it's expected to grow to around 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050, and 10.9 billion in 2100.
07:29
07:29

Two Eritrean Refugees Kill Colleague in Bar Brawl Patrick Onyango 1

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango identified the suspects as Siem Fustem and Henok Foto, both Eritrean nationals and refugees from the same area. They are currently detained at Katwe Police Division on charges of murder.
08:07
08:07

Government, CSO’s Analyze Uganda’s SDG Report Ahead of New York Meeting 2

Different nations annually present their progress towards these targets at this UN dialogue through the VNRs, which each country willingly prepares. This time, Uganda will be presenting its third VNR.
11:34
11:34

One Electrocuted in Kamwenge, Eight Injured

Didas Ndizeyi the LCI Chairperson of Rwenkuba Village said that Mwesigye and eight others were electrocuted as they were erecting tents.
10:52
10:52

Uganda’s Population Rises to 45.9 Million 2 3

According to the results, the population has risen by 11.3 million people from the 2014 census, which recorded a population of 34.6 million.
09:42
09:42

Team Uganda Enters Residential Camp For Olympics 1

The team of over 20 athletes is camping at Trinity Biblical Institute in Kapchorwa under the guidance of the national coach who is also the vice president of technical at the Uganda Athletics Federation, (UAF), Benjamin Njia.
10:54
10:54

Religious Leaders in Masaka Ask Gov't for Specialized Courts 2

Pius Kabiswa Kirwowa, the Greater Masaka delegate of the National Born Again Faith Federation, says that the civil justice system cannot appropriately adjudicate on matters of faith, arguing some of the judicial officers are not fully acquainted with the dictates of the different religious doctrines, hence the escalation of the emerging disputes.
20:05
20:05

New Drug Prevents HIV Among Ugandan And South African Women Gilead Sciences Inc 3 Top story

A twice-yearly injection has the potential to transform the way to deliver HIV prevention to people who need and want it most. It is the first big trial to reduce HIV infections to zero.
17:41
17:41

From Kitchen to Heart: Gayaza Alumnae Celebrate Beloved Cook's Legacy gayaza high school 1

Although Nalwoga never had biological children, she chose to live a chaste life as a member of a revival group within the Anglican Church called Abazukufu.
12:52
12:52

Dozens of Ariwa SS Students Made Pregnant due to Lack of Dormitory 3 1

The deputy head teacher explains that some landlords and businessmen within the refugee settlement have taken advantage of the state of affairs to impregnate female students, something which has significantly affected the enrollment of the girl child.
05:42
05:42

High Court Halts 2024/2025 Uganda Miss Tourism Kigezi Pageant Over Management Feud 7

The court also ordered Zakia and Miss Tourism Uganda-Pearl of Africa to stop running the pageant, including the ongoing online voting and advertisements promoting the event.
12:06
12:06

Researchers Recommend Continuous Administering Of PrEP Drugs To Inmates 1 2

Doctor Jonathan Kitoonsa, a researcher at the Medical Research Council/ Uganda Virus Research Institute (MRC/UVRI) says there is an urgent need to eliminate all risks of HIV spread among populations in prison facilities, to reduce the apparent HIV prevalence burden.
17:04
17:04

Open Defecation Blamed for Persistent Bilharzia Cases in Pakwach Pakwach district 1 3

Currently, over 55,000 residents are infected with the diseases with an overall prevalence rate of 28 percent, according to information obtained from the district health office.
12:22
12:22

Activists Call for Recognition of Unpaid Care, Domestic Work 1

According to Rita Aciro, Executive Director of the Uganda Women's Network, unpaid caregiving is the backbone of society but is still overlooked and underappreciated
09:48
09:48

Museveni Rallies Cultural Leaders on Development, Wealth Creation 6 3

The call was in a speech read by Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja during the 30th coronation anniversary of Omukama Solomon Rukirabasaija Gafabusa Iguru I on Tuesday. The events were held at the Kingdom chambers in Hoima.
13:05
13:05

Police Detain Man for Alleged Sexual Assault on Bus Josephine Angucia 1

"The territorial police of Pakwach District are investigating an allegation of indecent assault of a lady by a man, both passengers in a night bus with registration number UBF 691T while in transit from Kampala to Arua City. This allegedly happened around Kichobonyobo village in Masindi District," Angucia stated.
10:52
10:52

Uganda Reclaims 39 Artefacts from Cambridge University 3 2

The artefacts which were collected from different parts of the country by British colonial administrators, anthropologists, missionaries, and soldiers, have been housed at the Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology for more than 100 years.
08:51
08:51

Police in Arua Intensify Hunt for Killers of 16-year Old Pupil Josephine Angucia 1

The victim has been identified as Richard Waiswa 16, a primary six pupil of Kova Primary School in Arua City.
09:37
09:37

World Environment Day: Why Land, Wetland Restoration Is Everyone’s Concern wetland degradation 3 2

Vital ecosystems are under threat because of severe droughts and rising temperatures. That’s why on World Environment Day, the UN is calling for a global movement to restore lands, combat drought, and halt desertification.
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