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20:34
20:34

Parliament Orders Government to Deliver Statement on Hepatitis B Outbreak

a story from an interview with MP Beatrice Anywar and Mbarara municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo
20:28
20:28

Mbale to Introduce Circumcision Ordinances safe circumcision 1

Traditional circumcision which is highly revered in Bugisu is carried out every even year and preparation for next year’s rituals are already in progress.
18:31
18:31

Energy Minister: Tullow's key Uganda deal in final Stages

Irene Muloni told agencies that government has agreed to the partnership and is in the final stages.
17:59
17:59

Parliament Passes UGX 14b State House Supplementary Budget bus park

Parliament has passed a 14 shillings billion supplementary budget for statehouse following a heated debate between NRM and opposition MPs led by their leader Nandala Mafabi.
17:48
17:48

Government to Assist Nebbi Flood Victims flash floods

Musa Ecweru, the state minister for relief and disaster preparedness, says relief aid is being rushed to Wadelai sub-county in Nebbi district to support nearly 10,000 flood victims.
17:40
17:40

Contracts Committee Delays Jinja Road Works 1

The absence of a contracts awarding committee in Jinja has affected the rehabilitation of roads in the district.
17:35
17:35

Hepatitis B Outbreak Reported In Lira

The Principal Nursing Officer (PNO) at Lira Regional Referral hospital, Florence Ateng, reluctantly refused to confirm the outbreak.
17:33
17:33

Smuggled Sugar Impounded in Namayingo

The Namayingo District Deputy Resident District Commissioner, John Wafula Ogumbo said the sugar was concealed in gunny bags and loaded onto the boats at Lugala landing site.
17:25
17:25

Former Street Vendors Devise New Survival Game

Evicted Kampala street vendors have deployed new tricks to conduct their businesses in the city without necessarily relocating into the city markets as they are demanded.
17:15
17:15

DRC holds Ugandan Fishermen Over Illegal Fishing

Congolese authorities are holding ten Ugandan fishermen from accusing them of fishing in Congolese waters. They were picked up by Congolese security on September 06 while fishing near Ssenjojo landing site in Kyangwali Sub County.
17:03
17:03

UNATU Wants Gov't Commitment In Writing To End Strike teachers strike

Uganda National Teachers’ Union – UNATU have set a tight condition for government in order for them to indefinitely end their strike.
16:30
16:30

Masaka Mayors Fails to Explain Contraversial Sell of Council Chambers

Godfrey Kayemba Afaayo, Mayor Masaka Municipal council has failed to appear before the council to explain his involvement in the controversial sell of the municipal chambers.
14:14
14:14

Mbarara Butchers Set Conditions To Call Off Strike.

Butchers under Mbarara Livestock Traders and Butchery Association have agreed to halt a sit down strike after the leaders agreed to hold a meeting on Sunday to iron out their grievances.
13:18
13:18

Floods displace 3000 People in Nebbi

Over 3000 people have been displaced by floods that followed a heavy downpour in the last three days in Wadelai Sub County in Nebbi district.
13:10
13:10

Bugembe Town Council Seeks Guidance on Property Tax

The property tax has stirred a row between the council and the more than 400 landlords, who describe that tax as unrealistic.
13:02
13:02

July 11th Terror Suspect Makes A U-Turn In Court kampala bombings

In a turn of events, one of the July 11th terror suspects now on trial in the High Court has changed his plea.
12:52
12:52

UGX 200m Worth of Fishing Gears Burnt

The fishnets were impounded by fisheries officers and the police in Masaka district .
12:37
12:37

Man Arrested for Wife's Murder murder. arrest

John Okware, of Katerema ‘B” village in Osukuru sub county, Tororo was arrested on Sunday night and handed over to the Police for allegedly stabbing his wife Amoding Annet to death.
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