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19:23
19:23

MPs Hand Mukamanayamba Official to Police over Misleading Adverts Parliament 1 7

The committee was meeting energy and soft drink producers who were tasked to explain misleading advertisements about the capacity of their products to arouse sexual enhancement, heal diseases like cancer, pressure and diabetes among others.
19:22
19:22

Insulin Still Out of Reach for Many, 100-Years After its Discovery- WHO 1

Keeping the 100-year-old promise-making insulin access universal details the main barriers to accessing the lifesaving medicine, namely high prices, low availability of human insulin, a market dominated by just a few producers, and weak health systems.
18:24
18:24

Komamboga Explosion Victim Pleads for Help to Remove Fragments from her Body Komamboga explosive 2 1

Kiconco is one of the seven people who survived the October 23 explosion that left one person dead, at an eating point in Komamboga, a suburb of Kampala.
17:18
17:18

India to Support Uganda’s Dairy, Grain and Cotton Sectors 1

Indian Minister of State for External and Parliamentary Affairs, Vellamvelly Muraleedharan, who is on a three-day visit to Uganda, says India used to have a struggling agricultural sector to the extent that it was a net importer of many foodstuffs but that has now changed, thanks to strategic investment in agriculture, citing dairy and grains as examples.
15:58
15:58

Speaker Oulanyah Asks India To Train New MPs On Procedures Of Parliament 11th Parliament 1 2

The Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah has asked the Indian Government to support new members of the Ugandan Parliament to enhance their debate.
09:26
09:26

KCCA Speakers Demand Salary, Cars 3

KCCA planned for remuneration and facilitation of offices of the Speakers and the executive committees with the Authority Speaker supposed to earn 13.8 million Shillings and their deputy 11 million Shilling monthly. They would also be entitled to a personal assistant, a car and a furnished office among other benefits. Division Speakers would earn 9.8 million Shillings and their deputies 7.5 million Shillings monthly.
07:50
07:50

Proposal for Lord Mayor's Forest Stirs Controversy in KCCA Council 7

According to the proposal, the Kampala District Land Board had been tasked to identify at least three acres of land for the Project.
07:22
07:22

Era Free of Fossil-Fuel Powered Vehicles Comes into Focus at COP26 1 Top story

Over 100 national governments, cities, states and major businesses signed the Glasgow Declaration on Zero-Emission Cars and Vans to end the sale of internal combustion engines by 2035 in leading markets worldwide. At least 13 nations also committed to ending the sale of fossil fuel-powered heavy-duty vehicles by 2040.
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