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18:16
18:16

Gov\'t Negotiated For Exim Bank Loan To Buy Phone Tapping Equipment

As part of the many deliverables that the committee had, was to pass the Regulation of Interception of Communications act, a law that provides for phone tapping.
17:47
17:47

Non Teaching Staff Strike Paralyses Activities at All Public Universities 5

Our reporters visited various public universities across the country and found the offices under key and lock.
16:13
16:13

Uganda on Target to Eliminate River Blindness health ministry 2 1 Top story

This represents an almost 75 percent increase from 2.7 million Ugandans who were safe from river blindness infection last year.
15:29
15:29

Police Spokesman: South Sudan Rebels Recruiting Ugandan Youths

According to the youths, from Araa they were taken on foot through some hills to unidentified Military camp in South Sudan after being promised jobs at a construction site.
12:50
12:50

Emorimor Launches Financial Appeal 2 1

In a bid to address the financial crisis, Lemukol wants each member of the Iteso Cultural Union to make an annual contribution of Shillings 1000.
12:48
12:48

Minister Byandala Released on Bail 1 1 Top story

Byandala who is the current minister Without Portfolio was released by Grade One Magistrate Julius Borore on Monday morning after High Court ordered for his production.
11:55
11:55

UPC Members Split on Election Road map 1

However, Jimmy Akena, the defacto UPC leader asked the members to disregard the roadmap saying they would instead follow the one issued by the National Electoral Commission.
11:07
11:07

Hamurwa Health Center IV Hit By Toilet Crisis 1

Sylvia Atuhaire, a resident of Mpungu Parish in Hamurwa Sub County is currently attending to her sick mother at the health center.
09:16
09:16

Teachers Resolve to Resume Nationwide Strike on Wednesday james tweheyo 1

Last week, Rose Nassali Lukwago, the Permanent Secretary ministry of education declined to comment on the matter saying she was away on leave.
08:35
08:35

Lwengo Water Crisis Worsens as Community Dam Dries Up eddy sansa 2 3

According to Sansa, the dam was last rehabilitated in 1990s by the then area Member of Parliament the late Kezimbira Miyingo.
07:41
07:41

Anxiety in New Diocese Over Delayed Election of Bishop

Some of those eyeing the appointment include Rev Canon Patrick Mutalwa, Rev Canon Stephen Moses Isabirye, Rev Canon John Bamugemereire and Rev Chris Kyewe amongst others.
Aug 2015 11 results