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18:45
18:45

Masaka Youth Leaders Snub VP Sekandi's Thanksgiving Party 2011 elections

Masaka youth leaders have shunned Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi\'s victory party today.
18:38
18:38

Kampala Building Collapses, Injures Seven

Seven people were this afternoon injured critically after a building that was under construction caved in at Ntinda, a city suburb. Some of the injured have been identified as Ambitious Tushemererwe, Patricio, Maria and Alex amongst others.
18:26
18:26

Lack of Toilets Keeping Girls Out Of School school dropouts 1

Secondary school girls in Kabarole district are keeping out of school due to lack of toilets. In some of the schools in rural areas, there is only one toilet that is shared by both boys and girls. Some of the toilets do not even have doors.
18:09
18:09

Arua Policeman Accused of Defiling, Impregnating a Disabled Girl defilement 1

Andrew Ajua, a police officer attached to Arua central police station is on the run after defiling a disabled girl in Terego County and fathering a child with her.
18:03
18:03

DP Supporters Close Offices, Destroy Mbabaali's Campaign Poster. vp edward ssekandi

Supporters of Jude Mbabali have stormed the Democratic Party Offices at Kabonera trading center along Masaka-Mutukula highway and destroyed his election campaign posters accusing him of betrayal. Mbabali contested the Bukoto Central MP seat and lost to the vice president Edward Ssekandi.
17:38
17:38

Police foil strike at Luwero School student strike

A crisis meeting between the police, students and the headmaster was quickly convened to find an amicable solution to the impasse.
17:29
17:29

Chinese National Remanded Over UBC land ubc bugolobi land

Wang Shujin, a Chinese national has been remanded to Luzira prison for issuing bouncing cheques to Uganda Broadcasting Corporation. Shujin appeared this afternoon before Grace Balintuma, the Buganda Road grade one magistrate.
16:58
16:58

World Bank Approved More 43 Million Dollars For Failed UWA Project ministry of tourism

The Justice George Kanyeihamba commission has heard that the World Bank approved a plan to borrow an additional 43 million dollars for the mismanaged Protected Areas Management and Sustainable Use (PAMSU) project.
16:20
16:20

Mbabaali Withdraws Election Petition Against VP Ssekandi jude mbabali

Jude Mbabaali, the Bukoto Central parliamentary election loser has withdrawn a petition he filed against Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi.
16:16
16:16

Congolese Refugees flee fighting

Rauben Wansiima, the Kisoro district Resident District commisioner was quoted by the Africa press agency saying that 119 people were counted in the border region on Monday.
15:38
15:38

Pay Negotiations With Teachers to Continue, Says Education ministry teachers strike

The Ministry of Education insists President Yoweri Museveni’s remarks that increasing teachers salaries will be subversive to national development should be appreciated.
14:53
14:53

Cash strapped Kitgum postpones Mucwini Massacre Memorial Service 1

The memorial service in remembrance of 56 people brutally murdered by Kony rebels on July 24th 2002 in Kitgum has been postponed indefinitely because of lack of funds. The event that was scheduled to take place yesterday was called off after organizers failed to secure enough funds.
14:48
14:48

Tororo Municipality MP Wins Election Petition 2011 elections

High Court in Tororo has dismissed an election petition filed against Tororo municipality MP, Sanjay Tanna, due to lack sufficient evidence.
14:38
14:38

High Court Rejects Fresh Affidavits in Luwero MP election Petition

High court has rejected eight key affidavits filed by Rebecca Nalwanga Lukwago, Luwero District Woman MP defending her election. She was dragged to court by her rival Elizabeth Lugudde-Katwe Nabatanzi on grounds of Electoral malpractice.
14:08
14:08

Nine-month-old Baby Burnt To Ashes In Lwengo District mysterious fires

Residents of Kyenangaazi village in Kiwangala parish, Kisekka sub-county in Lwengo district are in shock after a 9 month old baby girl perished in the fire that gutted a house last night.
13:49
13:49

Court Has No Time To Hear Journalist's Treason Case treason charges

The High Court in Kampala will need a special court session for the trial of 14 treason suspects. Patrick Otim, a freelance journalist based in Pader District, and 13 others are facing charges of treason and concealment of treason.
13:35
13:35

Draru's Trial Set For August 22nd high court kampala

High Court in Kampala has set August 22nd as the start date for the trial of Lydia Atim Draru, the woman who confessed to killing former army commander, Major General Kazini.
13:20
13:20

New Twist As NRM Orders Fort Portal Mayor To Withdraw Petition high court

NRM party leaders in Kabarole district have asked Fort Portal mayor, Edison Asaba Ruyonga, to withdraw a case he filed in the High court. Ruyonga dragged Fort Portal municipal council to court accusing it of reducing his and the deputy mayor’s allowances and emoluments.
11:01
11:01

Kiboga RDC dragged to Court

But the three men sued the RDC in Nakawa Magistrates court in Kampala seeking the nullification of any land title from the Resident District Commissioner.
09:58
09:58

Uganda Tea Exporters reject KRA Proposal to reintroduce Bonded Warehouses

Vinod Vadera of the Kakonde tea estates in Mityana, described the proposal as retrogressive and not beneficial to the tea exporters.
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