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06:56
06:56

We're Here For Trade And Not Politics, Says EU 5

Caroline Adriansen, the Head of Cooperation, EU Delegation, said that there are many cases of human rights abuses in businesses including land grabbing, under-remuneration and others, and that it does not matter whether a business is European or Ugandan.
16:21
16:21

NAM Summit: Country Reps Condemn External Aggressions 1 4

The call for joint efforts against aggression on Palestine was first made by the representative from Iran, while Pakistan, Lebanon and Mauritania, among others, also called for the issue to be included in the report to the heads of states summit later this week.
15:13
15:13

East African Judiciaries Discuss Case Backlog Strategies 2 2 Top story

President of the East African Magistrates' and Judges' Association, Justice John Eudes Keitirima, emphasized the importance of fostering common standards and procedures in East African law.
16:46
16:46

Museveni Tips EAC Judicial Officers on Application of Common Standards Jessica Alupo 3 3

Addressing the 20th Annual Conference of the East African Magistrates' and Judges' Association (EAMJA) at the Commonwealth Resort in Munyonyo Kampala Tuesday, President Museveni highlighted common challenges faced by regional judiciaries, including corruption, delayed judgments, prolonged adjournments, high litigation costs, and foreign language rulings that hinder accessibility for ordinary citizens.
13:38
13:38

Rotarians raise funds for Makerere Peace Centre Makerere University 1 2

The proceeds are to be used by the Makerere University Africa Peace Centre to train more Peace Fellows." 111 fellows from 35 African countries have already been trained by the Centre that plans to upgrade the course to a Masters Degree Progamme.
21:25
21:25

Kadaga Attacks Kenya, South Sudan over Trade 5 1 Top story

Kadaga called it impunity, for authorities in Juba to lock up maize products in a warehouse in Uganda and taking the keys with them.
09:59
09:59

Multi-Sectoral Conference on Food Security Emphasizes Collaboration between Scientists, Market ASARECA 3

Organized by the Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) and held at Speke Resort, Munyonyo in Kampala, the conference brought together governments, researchers, and civil society organizations committed to achieving food self-sufficiency in Africa.
22:08
22:08

Museveni Announces Tax Waiver On Prosecutors' Salaries joan kagezi 5 1 Top story

Museveni joked that he knows some of the male Prosecutors like drinking beer and the ladies are in love with perfumes and therefore there is nothing for nothing and he will therefore obtain taxes from them when they are purchasing such goods.
07:05
07:05

NCHE Proposes Central Admission Process for Universities 1 3

NCHE board chairperson Prof. Eli Katunguka believes that the approach will ensure quality assurance, eliminate unlicensed institutions, and prevent learners from enrolling in unaccredited programs.
18:17
18:17

Easing of Trade Restrictions Between Kenya and Uganda Excites EAC Leaders regional trade 7 1

Minister Rebecca Kadaga hailed Ruto but said a lot still needed to be done, as she condemned the practice of closing borders which hurts business and innocent citizens.
08:05
08:05

Ugandan e-Passport Has Highest Form of Security-Experts 6

What makes the ePassport even more secure is not just those features and the watermarks, but the fact that these features are actually stored in a ‘global store’ at the International Civil Aviation Organisation, ICAO, or the Public Key Directory.
07:11
07:11

Development Lenders Forge Coalition to Encourage Financing to SMEs 6

The coalition is also aimed at ensuring that more financial institutions are attracted to lending to the SMEs, covering the risk that borrowers pose to bankers.
17:59
17:59

Oulanyah Asks MPs to Develop Children’s Legislative Agenda 1 6

Oulanyah accused the members of failing to come up with a legislative agenda for children after a speech delivered by the Forum Chairperson, Margaret Makokha, the Namayingo Woman MP made no mention of it.
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