Breaking

Archive

Jul 2019 10 results
19:19
19:19

Uganda Accused of Harboring Rebels in Refugee Camps 2 2 Top story

The Governor of Torit State, Eastern Equatorial Province Alberio Tobiolo Oromo alleges that intelligence information indicates that some suspected rebels are harboured in the refugee settlement in Uganda from where they coordinate their activities before intensifying attacks in South Sudan.
18:41
18:41

Fort Portal Authorities Resolve Standoff on Collapsed Building Willy Kintu Muhanga 1 1

Last year, the Banyatereza Sisters, requested Fort Portal Municipal Council to make minor renovations on the building. The request was granted and on May 21, 2019. However, the building collapsed soon after the renovation started, injuring two people.
17:35
17:35

Federation Cautions Against Whipping Coffee Farmers parliament 1 3

Byamukama was making reference to the ongoing discussion on the National Coffee bill 2018 which is currently being scrutinized by Parliament's Agriculture committee. The bill proposes the registration of farmers, capturing details of the size of land, the number of coffee trees and particulars of the farmers, coffee buyers and sellers among others.
16:22
16:22

Sub County Chief Arrested for Soliciting Bribe from Job Seekers 2 1

The suspect is identified as Fred Tsekoko, was arrested after one Scovia Mugala, a resident of Rwahaha Town Council filed a complaint implicating him for soliciting a bribe of 2 million Shillings to help her secure a job as an enrolled midwife, which had been advertised by the district Service Commission last year.
14:18
14:18

Makerere Staff Fights for House Allocated to Peace Centre 1

The house in question is currently occupied by Elias Nuwagaba, the former Personal Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor Professor Barnabas Nawangwe. Nuwagaba, who took possession of the house in his former position as Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Finance and Administration, was last year dismissed by the University Appointments Board on allegations of extortion and bribery.
13:25
13:25

717 LDUs Recruited from Northern Uganda UPDF recruitment 1

They are part of the 2,000 personnel to be recruited under the 4th Division Army barracks to form part of the 13,000 recruits expected from across the country, in the drive that will run to the end of the month.
10:41
10:41

Dolphins, Oilers Game Ends Prematurely Due to Faulty Rim city oil 1

Although the National Basketball Association games between JKL and Oilers started off smoothly in a fully packed YMCA Arena, the games were stopped towards the end of the second quarter following a dunk from Oilers James Okello that left the hoop completely out of shape.
10:28
10:28

Wakiso Farmers Transform SACCO’s into Investment Clubs 1 2

Noah Bulamba, the Chairperson of Tumbaali Multipurpose Cooperative Society in Masuliita Sub County says that the group has an investment portfolio of 38 Million Shillings generated from the sale of shares to members and low-interest loans. He adds that members borrow credit for personal investments such as the construction of family homes and businesses, adding that they are now focused on saving money for the future.
09:48
09:48

14 Students Injured in Nakaloke Islamic School Fire Security 3

The fire that is suspected to have started from one of the dormitories near the mosque reduced properties to ashes before it was contained by the Police Fire Brigade. Textbooks, classroom work, mattresses, case boxes, clothing and utensils, belonging to 50 students were all destroyed.
09:31
09:31

Uganda's She Cranes Loses to Malawi Queens in Liverpool

The Queens, ranked ninth before the game, started the first quarter fast-paced and challenged Uganda in the midcourt to score 12 goals against Uganda's 9. Their combination of Jane Chimaliro and Joyce Mvula increased the three-goal difference between the two African teams to seven in the second quarter.
Jul 2019 10 results