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19:13
19:13

Speaker Closes House Prematurely as Government Fails to Explain Economic Crises speaker kadaga

Parliament Closes prematurely over government failure to explain economic crises
18:36
18:36

Nebbi Man's Big Heart Lifts Ailing School's Performance

81 percent of primary pupils in Uganda undergo corporal punishment, a new study released by African Network for prevention and protection of children against child abuse and neglect -ANPPCAN Uganda chapter has revealed.
17:58
17:58

KACITA calls off strike 1

Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA) have called off their two-day strike and ignored efforts by some members to have it extended for a week.
16:42
16:42

Opposition launches Free Uganda Caravan michael mabikke 1

Opposition parties behind the free Uganda now campaign, have today launched the free Uganda caravan.
16:10
16:10

Opposition Accuse NRM Of Hijacking UWOPA Elections parliament

The Uganda Women Parliamentary Association (UWOPA) is electing its leaders today with the opposition accusing the ruling NRM party of hijacking the process. UWOPA is an umbrella platform bringing together all women members of parliament.
15:18
15:18

Mulago Buys Beans Mixed With Stones To Feed Patients mulago hospital

More rot in Mulago hospital management continues to come out, with a senior official revealing that the national referral hospital was supplied with beans mixed with stones to be given as food to in-patients.
14:31
14:31

Kampala Drivers to Stage Strike on Monday utoda fees 1

Taxi drivers and conductors under the Drivers and Central Conductors Association have resolved to stage a sit down strike on Monday next week. Mustapha Mayambala announced the decision this morning.
13:43
13:43

Shops Remain Closed As Traders' Strike Enters Second Day

Most shops in Kampala have remained closed as the city traders strike enters its second day, today. This morning, several traders turned up around their business premises but didn’t open for business.
12:09
12:09

Top Mulago Managers Embroiled in Serious Office Fight mulago hospital

Top managers at Mulago Hospital are embroiled in serious office fights with some officials accusing Dr. Baterana Byaruhanga, the new Executive Director of victimization and refusing to work with them.
10:01
10:01

Police Cited In Sale Of Nakawa, Naguru Building Materials nakawa naguru

The police officers monitoring the eviction of Nakawa and Naguru tenants have been cited in the sale of materials obtained from the dilapidated houses.
09:57
09:57

UPC Buganda Elders Plot Otunnu Exit kasirye mayanja 1

UPC elders from Buganda region have resolved to move a vote of no confidence in their party president Olara Otunnu. The decision was reached yesterday in a closed door meeting convened at Pope Memorial hall.
02:37
02:37

UN: Justice Out of Reach for Millions of Women 1

Women across the world continue to experience injustice, violence and inequality in their home and working lives, according to a new report released by the United Nations.
01:29
01:29

Private Security Companies Outpace Police, Army Numbers 1

Up to 25 million people worldwide are employed by private security companies according to a report by the United Nations Small Arms Survey 2011.
01:18
01:18

Rising Cost of Sugar Impacts Local Bakeries

The alluring smell of flour, milk, margarine, and flour and cinnamon flavors, fills the air at Hot Loaf bakery, along Jinja road, attracting people moving along the adjacent sidewalks.
01:16
01:16

LRA Kills 26 Civilians in DRC

OCHA explained that the LRA\'s modus operandi was to conduct lightning raids during which they loot food supplies and kidnap residents, sometimes only for short periods to carry the plunder.
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