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19:14

Matovu Signs Three Year Contract With South African Champions Kaizer Chiefs proline fc 1

Former Proline FC attacking midfielder has signed a three year contract with South African Premier League champions Kaizer Chiefs.
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Mbale Residents Drag Police to court Over Mbabazi\'s Consultative Meetings amama mbabazi

In their application, the trio want High court to issue a permanent injunction restraining the Police or any other security agency from threatening to infringe on their rights to assemble and associate with a presidential aspirant.
17:58
17:58

Murder of Muslim Clerics: Police Looks Into Mosque Finances

Enanga says they are looking at different theories to get to the bottom of the murders.
17:56
17:56

FDC Campaigns Start Tomorrow 2

Dan Mugarura, the FDC party Electoral Commission chairperson says the campaigns are expected to last for two months.
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USA Embassy in Kampala Denies Involvement in 2016 Ugandan Elections 1

Anyone who follows our engagement in Uganda knows that we actively support the development of all political parties in Uganda because their ability to represent a range of views effectively is central to a robust democratic process in which citizens are informed and free to make choices on key issues.
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15:46

Mbabazi Assembles 35 Lawyers to Defend his Supporters elections 2016 1 2 Top story

Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has lined up a team of 35 lawyers to help his supporters who may be picked up Eastern Uganda as he launches his nationwide consultation program. Mbabazi is expected to hold his first consultative meeting in Mbale tomorrow to popularise his presidential ambitions despite various warnings from Police not to do so.
15:22
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Uganda Rugby Cranes Beat Mauritius In Africa Tier 1B Event 1

Uganda Rugby Cranes picked a second win on Wednesday at the on-going 2015 Africa Rugby Tier 1B tournament in Kampala.
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Protests Engulf Mbale as Police Moves to Block Mbabazi Meet nrm cliques 3 5 Top story

The development comes just a day to the launch of consultative meetings by Mbabazi, the former Secretary General of the ruling NRM party, now, seeking to challenge his former ally Yoweri Museveni.
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Anti-Corruption Activists Push for Deduction of MPs Pay over Absenteeism 1 3

Anti-Corruption Activists have petitioned Parliament seeking for a reduction of Members of Parliaments pay who do not attend plenary sessions.
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14:18

Masaka Land Giveaway Case Flops peter ssenkungu

Masaka municipality dragged the District Land Board to court for illegally allocating several public spaces to private developers.
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FDC Party Officials Task Odongo Otto to Explain Anti-Mbabazi Campaign elections 2016 1 1

Michael Lakony, the Amuru District FDC party chairperson says the party leadership has not sanction any activities against Mbabazis visit to their region.
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12:02

Ombaci College Students Face Charges of Criminal Trespass 1

Seven students of St. Josephs College Ombaci in Arua are expected to appear in court today on charged of criminal trespass and malicious damage to property contrary to sections of the Penal Code.
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Kenyan Pastoralist Charged for Illegal Entry into Uganda karamoja sub region 1

Seven Kenyan pastoralists are serving jail terms ranging from three to 10 years in various prisons in the country over illegal entry and possession of firearms.
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Masindi Sugar Farmers Protest Delayed Payment withholding tax

In June last year, government introduced 6 percent withholding tax on cane supplied to sugar factories.
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10:46

Two Nude Protesters Charged in Soroti

Teddy Atubo and Immaculate Ariokot, from Apuuton village, Arapai sub-county, were charged before Soroti Chief Magistrate Baker Rwatoro for engaging in a shameful act and interfering with the peace and convenience of others. They denied the charges.
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Archbishop Ntagali Condemns Passage of Same Sex Marriage Law in USA gay ugandans 1

The decision of the Supreme Court of the United States of America to change the definition of marriage is grievous. There is a saying, When America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold. As a religious leader in Uganda, I want to assure all Ugandans that we will do everything we can to promote the good moral health of our people and resist such immoral viruses that may try to infiltrate our people.
10:17
10:17

Parents Struggle to Provide Lunch for School Children packed lunch 3

In the past, preparing packed lunch for children was one of the key chores performed by parents. But the trend has shifted as incomes dwindle and households increasingly face stressed food insecurity conditions.
09:58
09:58

Appalling Road Network Hinders Treatment of Nodding Syndrome Patient nodding disease 2

Dr. Patrick Ocen, the Lira District Health Officer says most care givers are demoralized by the appalling road network since they have to cover a distance of not less than 20km each time they move to access treatment at Aromo Health Centre III.
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Marijuana Business Thriving As Police Looks On drug trafficking 5

Another Local leader who preferred anonymity for fear of reprisal says that he was attacked by some goons when he asked Police to arrest drug dealers in the area.
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Micho Proud Despite Loss To Malawi uganda cranes 1

Uganda Cranes team returned on Tuesday night from Malawi where they lost 1-0 to the hosts in at International friendly played in Blantyre on Monday.
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