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17:47
17:47

Makerere University: We're not Admitting More Law Students 1

Charles Ssentongo, the Deputy University academic Registrar in charge of the undergraduate admissions has advised qualifying students who missed this years admission to a Bachelor of Laws of Makerere University to wait for next academic year. Students have however vowed to drag the University to court.
16:54
16:54

St Leo's College Kyegobe Suspends S.4 Students over Strike suspension 1

The decision was taken by the Board of Governors meeting held on Friday. The suspension of the 60 students follows a strike on Wednesday night.
16:26
16:26

Lamwo Residents Want Leaders Probed over Illegal Logging 1 2

The residents revealed to URN that an inner circle of local leaders; law enforcement agencies, the army and police are heavily involved in the harvest, transportation and purchase of timber in violation of the law.
15:30
15:30

Kapchorwa Residents Grill Leaders Over Poor Service Delivery 3 1

Rashid Chemoges, a resident of Sipi subcounty said the drugs are delivered to the health facility but after two days the patients are told to buy drugs from private clinics.
15:08
15:08

Hundreds Attend 'One Million March' Event 1 6

Dr. Stella Nyanzi, the .chief organizer, says they plan to visit areas and families of the murdered women and talk to members of the community, meet members of parliament of parliament and media as they highlight the plights facing women in the country.
14:18
14:18

Jinja Parents Held Over Negligence wanyange lake 1 2

The deceaseds parents Grace Musana and Susan Naguyo are alleged to have gone to attend a party and left a charcoal stove burning as the child slept.
13:22
13:22

Kalangala Residents Exposed to Water Borne Diseases dysentry 3 1

The most affected areas are Bubeke, and Kyamuswa sub-counties, where is lack of clean water and proper sanitation in the district has exposed residents to water-borne diseases that include bilharzia; diarrhea, typhoid, and dysentery.
12:07
12:07

Kabarole, Bunyangabu Registers High Demand for HIV Emergency Drugs bunyagabu district 1

Post-exposure prophylaxis PEP is an emergency drug given to people who may have been exposed to the HIV virus. The Ministry of Health approved the use of PEP, sold under the brand name Truvada, in 2016. The drug is taken over a period of one month.
10:20
10:20

Uganda Loses to Nigeria in Basketball World Cup Qualifiers

The Uganda silverbacks, the National Basketball team on Friday night lost to Nigeria 109-66 in the Basketball World Cup qualifier in Lagos.
10:06
10:06

British MP Writes to Foreign Affairs Secretary over Nambooze betty nambooze 1 Top story

In a letter to the British Secretary of State for Foreign and Common Wealth Affairs, Boris Johnston, Williams, the MP for Stockton South, says British government should make all diplomatic representations possible in order to secure the safety of Betty Nambooze.
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