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10:13
10:13

ADF Activities Slowed Down Last Month- Sector Commander 1

According to Col. Wanyama, they have killed 20 suspected ADF rebels and recovered over 10 guns and various calibers of ammunition over the past month. Wanyama, who shared the sector operation status report with URN, said that whereas the ADF threat still exists, the trend of violence has reduced enabling many people who had fled to Uganda to return to their communities and resume a normal life.
14:56
14:56

Limited Security Slowing Down Uganda- DR Congo Road Works - Dott Services 2

Eng. Ananthula Nagendra, the project coordinator from DOTT Services Limited says they are working in short phases because they were guided to limit their operation to a network of only 20 Kms because it’s what the UPDF and FADRC forces can secure at a time.
10:44
10:44

Lack of Coordination Among Gov't Agencies Frustrating Efforts to Address Complaints from Migrant Workers 4 3

During the meeting, the officials noted that there are over six million nationals from the region working abroad. They noted that the workers face similar challenges such as lack of access to health care, delayed payment or non-payment of wages, physical torture, mistreatment, confiscation of personal and travel documents, sexual harassment and long working hours.
08:15
08:15

MPs Start Probe into Traders Petition Over Unfair Taxation on Rice Imports 1 2

Last week, the traders, who import rice from Tanzania petitioned Speaker Anita Among Annet, seeking Parliament to prevail over the discriminative, and reinstatement of the 18 percent VAT levy.
20:57
20:57

IOM Rallies African Govts on Protecting Health Rights of Migrant Workers 4 3

Dr. Fatuma Ahmed, the Consultant on Gender and Social Protection for the IOM's Better Regional Migration Management Project, says female migrant workers abroad are doubly disadvantaged because they are discriminated as females and as migrants.
07:43
07:43

Minister Kasaija, MPs Clash Over Delayed Compensation of South Sudan Traders goods and services 5 1

In May 2019, Parliament approved Shillings 900 billion to compensate 33 companies, which supplied goods and services to the South Sudan Government between 2008 and 2010. However, only 10 companies have so far been compensated.
07:10
07:10

Tanzania Agrees To Buy Sugar, ARVs from Uganda 2 Top story

“The Heads of State further agreed on the pathogenic economy and specifically collaboration on the development of vaccines between the two countries. It was also agreed that the United Republic of Tanzania will buy Anti-Retroviral (ARVs) Drugs from Uganda. It was also agreed that Tanzania shall charge 10 Dollars per 100 Kilometers per truck from Mutukula to Dar es Salaam starting Financial Year 2022/2023 effective 1st July 2022. It was further agreed that Uganda shall supply 10,000 tones to cover the sugar gap in the United Republic of Tanzania,” the communique reads in part.
14:08
14:08

Poultry Dealers Deny Dumping Claims by Their Kenyan Counterparts 3

Rahim Manji, the Managing Director of Yo-Kuku, a leading exporter of chicken to Kenya, says that it is unfair for Kenyan poultry dealers to accuse them of dumping since they source most of their poultry inputs from Kenya.
09:24
09:24

Uganda, Tanzania Sign Defence and Security Pact for Crude Oil Pipeline Project TotalEnergies 2 3

The Minister of Defense and Veteran Affairs Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja, said the bilateral meeting will aid intelligence information gathering and sharing to confront cross border insecurity such as terrorism, drug trafficking, cyber security, illegal migration, and sabotage of crude oil pipeline infrastructure among others.
14:02
14:02

Nine People Survive After Passenger Boat Capsizes on Lake Victoria 4

Ssemanda, Mutebi and other boat operators at Kasenyi landing site say the sailors should have first removed the laid fishing nets that had entangled the boat engines before embarking on the journey to Kisaba landing site.
12:13
12:13

MPs Query Kagame’s Attendance of Muhoozi Birth Day Bash Kira Municipality 2 1

Kagame arrived in Uganda on 24 April 2022 for the first time since the dispute that led to closure of the Uganda-Rwanda. He also held a meeting with President Yoweri Museveni on regional peace and cooperation at Sate House, Entebbe
10:40
10:40

Non-harmonized Road User Fees among EAC Member States Irks Ugandan Freight Forwarders 3

Hussein Kiddedde, the outgoing chair expression of the Uganda Freight Forwarders Association, says as transporters they are hard-pressed by the increasing diesel prices on one side and the exorbitant road user fees.
12:35
12:35

Mabirizi Opposes DPP Taking Over Ruparelia-Lake Victoria Case 4

Mabirizi says he is dissatisfied with the way the Grade One Magistrate Elizabeth Kabugho has so far handled the matter.
15:04
15:04

Kibaki's Death, Next Kenyan Elections Bring Back Memories Of 2007

Less than three hours after he had been declared winner, Kibaki was stealthily sworn in at State House Nairobi to serve another five years as the third President of Kenya, a country with the largest economy in the East African region.
18:24
18:24

State Sovereignty Threatening EAC Treaty-Kadaga 5

Rebecca Kadaga says the member states have put in place laws and rules that seem to protect their national sovereignties as opposed to the spirit of regional integration.
08:25
08:25

UPDF, Congolese Army Foil ADF Attack on Health Centre 3 1

According to Mugisa, the rebels are now targeting health facilities to steal drugs and treat their colleagues who have been injured during clashes with the joint forces.
10:26
10:26

Gen. Mbadi Meets FADRC Team to Review Progress of the Operation Shujaa Operation Shujja 2

The Operation Shujja spokesperson, Maj. Peter Mugisa told this reporter on Monday morning that the two principles also discussed the need for additional manpower from both UPDF and FARDC and enhancing the security of road construction from Kasindi-Beni-Butembo.
13:28
13:28

DRC Nationals Given Priority for Jobs in Uganda Funded Road Construction Projects Congolese 2 3

These consist of the 80-kilometre Kasindi section at the border to Beni, the 54-kilometre integration of the Beni-Butembo stretch, and the Bunagana to Rutsuru-Goma Road which measures 89 kilometres. The construction work is expected to provide an average of between 200 to 300 jobs.
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.
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