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18:13
18:13

MUK Strike Enters Day Two makerere university

However, there was relative calm at the university despite the fact that police was engaged in running battles with students in neighboring areas like Katanga and Kikoni.
17:59
17:59

MPs Attack KCCA Director for Attempting to Influence Speaker jeniffer musisi

Rebecca Kadaga, the speaker of parliament tasked the public service and local government committee of parliament to look into the petition.
17:29
17:29

Losers In Butaleja By-Election Refuse to Concede Defeat 1 3

Sarah Annet Logose, one of the losers says that the election was marred by malpractice.
17:21
17:21

Speaker Halts PAC Invesitigations into OPM Scam subsidies 2

Rebecca Kadaga, the speaker of Parliament, has halted with immediate effect the ongoing investigations by the Public Accounts committee into the financial impropriety in the office of the Prime Minister.
16:57
16:57

Nigeria Team for Build-ups Ahead of ICC Africa T20 World Cup Qualifiers justine ligyalingi 2

The Nigerian national Cricket team arrives in Uganda tomorrow ahead of the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament that takes place in Kampala February 23 to March 1.
16:17
16:17

NRM Caucus Resolves to Adopt PAC reports dura cement 1

She says that members also agreed to adopt the PAC report on the Bugiri-Jinja road compensation but request the attorney general and works minister to explain the concerns raised in the report.
15:44
15:44

UGX 37.8 Billion Spent on Post Abortion Care Annually unsafe abortions 3

For the Health Sector approved budget, 660 billion UGX goes towards post abortion care. The amount takes 4.7% of the 31.1 billion UGX of the entire health budget that the government provides.
15:34
15:34

DP Returns to Court over Gen. Aronda Ruling coup talk 2

Recently, DP through the Luweero District Woman MP dragged Aronda to court for alleged treason.
15:09
15:09

Construction of Juba Road Delays Over Compensation 4

The affected stretch includes Gulu-Lacor and Atyak where residents blocked the construction of over compensation.
14:43
14:43

FUFA Delays licenses for North Eastern Clubs north east region 1

The deadline for the transfer window closed on January 31, 2013.
14:32
14:32

Minister Kutesa Warns Ugandans with Relatives in China about Impersonators drug trafficking 2

Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa has warned against unscrupulous people scamming unsuspecting Ugandans with relatives serving prison sentences in China.
13:14
13:14

Lwengo Couple Held Over Marrying Off Minor early marriages

Police at Mbiriizi, in Lwengo District are holding a couple together with two others who conspired to marry off a 14 year old primary five pupil.
12:13
12:13

Water Eludes Rural Communities in Kamwenge safe water 1

The water sector is allocated large sums of money, but communities in rural areas have failed to access clean and safe water
12:03
12:03

School, Investor Bicker Over Toilets access to toilets 1

According to copies of the agreement seen by URN, Kassajja would use two upper floors for commercial purposes and leave the ground floor facing the school for pupils and teachers.
11:37
11:37

World Star for Uganda Badminton International Open sri lanka

The World 39th ranked badminton player in the world Niluka Karunaratne will be in Kampala next week to defend his Uganda International Open title.
11:14
11:14

Archdeacon, Priest Suspended Over Transfer Wrangle

The Christians also assaulted the arch-deacon accusing him of corruption, tribalism and dictatorship.
11:02
11:02

SC Victoria's Kizito Hopes to Return to Serbia nestory kizito

Sports Club Victoria skipper Nestory Kizito has said he is planning a return to the paid ranks in Serbia come June 2013.
10:51
10:51

Safe Water Hope for 2000 Residents as Dam Construction Begins safe water sources 2

More than 2000 residents of Kakinzi,Lugalala and Nsenge villages in Butuntumula subcounty in Luweero district could soon have hope of safe drinking water.
10:38
10:38

NRM Supporters Denounce Party over Brutal Eviction of War Claimants kapelebyong

The war victims are demanding over 200 billion shillings from government in compensation for the loss of their property and relatives in the war.
09:57
09:57

Amuru Residents: Government Should Stop UPDF From 'Grabbing' Our Land cooperative society 3

They accuse some senior army officials of conniving to grab their cradle land under guise of setting up an army demonstration farm.
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