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21:12
21:12

LOP Calls for Boycott of Museveni's Swearing-in Ceremony 2021 elections 1 3

Two Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Members of Parliament have called for the boycott of President Museveni’s swearing-in ceremony on 12th May.
18:37
18:37

Midwives Decry High Fees for Renewing Licence 4

Hadijah Nakatudde, a tutor midwife at international Institute of Health sciences Jinja, says that asking a midwife to pay an amount to the tune of Shs 200000 in the name of renewing licence is bad enough to discourage many from the practice with the little pay they get.
17:43
17:43

Don't Use Official Secrets Law To Deny Citizens Access To Information Twaweza East Africa 1 4 Top story

It is emerging that civil servants at different levels have tended to use archaic laws like the Official Secrets Act to deny citizens access to public information and records.
17:29
17:29

ANT to Vote Local Party Leaders in August 3 1

Regional reports from the party post-election review meetings indicated among others that the party didn't have enough candidates, campaign agents and voters because they had no structures to mobilise the public.
15:28
15:28

120 Properties of Departed Asians Repossessed Despite Gov’t Compensation COSASE 1

“Persons found to have fraudulently reclaimed properties for which they had already been compensated should not only lose the property but also be prosecuted for misrepresentation, obtain property by false pretence and fraudulent acquisition of property,” the report reads.
14:27
14:27

Makerere University Guild Elections Set for Friday 1 2

Rodney Kiggundu, the Public Relations Officer of the University’s Electoral Commission says that 38,000 students are legible to vote out of which 18,000 are expected to vote physically from the 39 polling stations around the university while 20,000 will vote online.
14:24
14:24

2022 FIFA World Cup African Qualifiers Postponed CAF 1

"The CAF Emergence committee in consultation with the FIFA, decided to postpone the CAF qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 that were due to be played in June 2021 after taking into consideration the current challenges caused by the COVID 19 pandemic and the need to ensure the optimal conditions for all participating teams". Part of the press release reads
07:01
07:01

COVID-19 Infection Up in Young People-MOH 1 1

Whereas this is partly attributed to complacency by young people in observing the Standard of Operating Procedures set by the Ministry to contain the spread of the virus, Health Minister, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng notes that this is a sign of the second wave of the pandemic.
May 2021 9 results