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Nov 2011 33 results
18:47
18:47

Kanyeihamba Commission wants PS Onen Prosecuted pamsu report

The Commission of Inquiry into the Mismanagement of the Protected Areas Management and Sustainable Use (PAMSU) Project has issued its final report and wants top tourism officials including Permanent Secretary Julius Onen prosecuted for various acts of financial impropriety.
18:22
18:22

Nakawa-Naguru Hospital Ready by December 1

The newly constructed Naguru-Nakawa Hospital is to open in December, according to Jennifer Musisi Ssemakula, the executive director Kampala Capital City Authority.
18:11
18:11

Protestors Finally Vacate Masaka High Court Premises land wrangles

Over 300 farmers from Kyesiiga Sub County who pitch camped at Masaka High court this morning protesting their proposed eviction have finally agreed to return to their homes.
17:58
17:58

Mutebile: BOU Ready To Raise CBR Rate To 50% inflation

Ugandans will have to embrace tougher economic times as inflation continues to bedevil the country. Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile, the Bank of Uganda Governor says the inflation is expected to rise higher before it could go back to the single digits.
17:39
17:39

MPs:Energy Ministry Sabotaging Investigations

The Ministry of Energy has come under fire over allegations that it is sabotaging the work of parliament. The ministry and players in the energy sector are under investigations for mismanagement and high power tariffs in the sector. Mps want parliament to pronounce its self and stop the ministry from the interference.
17:38
17:38

Four Pick Nomination Papers in Busiro North By election 2011 by elections

Prof Gilbert Bukenya is among the four people who have picked nomination papers to contest in the Busiro North parliamentary by election.
17:21
17:21

MPs Question IGG On Bukenya Case

A day after the Inspector General of Government formally withdrew abuse of office charges against the former Vice President, Prof. Gilbert Bukenya, legislators are now demanding for answers from government. The lawmakers say the IGG should explain to the public why he stopped proceedings in the anti corruption court.
15:46
15:46

Three Police Officers Arrested for Gun Theft

The police spokesman for central North Henry Alyanga has identified the suspects as Bonny Okello, Jackson Ogwal, David Letu and Moses Ogwang a former Amuka fighter and ex-crime prevention officer.
15:21
15:21

Nakasongola Cassava Processing Plant Re-Opens 1

Nakasongola Cassava processing Plant in Wabigalo Sub County has reopened almost a year after it closed due to fuel costs and failure to secure electricity connection.
15:14
15:14

Evicted Farmers Pitch Camp at Masaka High Court land grabbing 1

More than 300 farmers from Kyessiga Sub County have pitched camp at Masaka High court to protest their eviction from their land.
14:03
14:03

UCA Names Women's Team For 2011 Africa Twenty20 Cricket Tourney

Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) has named a team that will represent the country at the 2011 Africa Twenty20 women’s tournament slated for December 16-20 in Kampala.
13:17
13:17

Simba FC to Miss 2012 Orange Confederations Cup african football

Simba Football Club will miss out on representing Uganda at the 2012 CAF Orange Confederation Cup after failing to pay US$10,000 security fee asked by the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA).
12:52
12:52

Moroto Hospital Gets 35 New Medical Staff ministry of health

Moroto Regional Referral Hospital has received 35 new medical workers to boost the health service delivery in Karamoja region.
12:50
12:50

Three Students Arrested for Theft

The trio- Kenneth Kato, Leonard Kakuru and Kalebu Twesigwire are accused of stealing seven stop watches and text books.
12:43
12:43

Street Food Vendors Banned

The authorities in Tororo Municiplaity’s Western division say they are concerned about the mess that has been created by street food vendors selling maize, fruits and vegetables.
12:31
12:31

Mulago Worker's Salary Erroneously Cut staff salaries

2700 workers of Mulago Hospital are demanding for their top allowances worth millions of shillings that were erroneously cut following the introduction of the Integrated Personnel and Payroll System-IPPS last month.
11:23
11:23

Police Struggles to Uphold Child Justice Standards juvenile justice 3

Police is struggling to uphold the standards of dispensing justice to child offenders.
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