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19:19
19:19

Uganda Records Third COVID-19 Death 1 Top story

The Deceased, a 67-year-old male of Nigerian origin and resident of Kisenyi in Kampala died from Kiruddu Referral Hospital where he had been admitted with symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
17:58
17:58

Banks Boost Customers’ Confidence in Insurance – Players 1 3

According to the Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA), the industry regulator, premiums collected through bancassurance channels raised from 26 billion Shillings in 2018 to 53.6 billion Shillings in 2019. This accounted for 5.5 per cent contribution to the total premiums written in the year.
16:31
16:31

Makerere Shortlists Three for Deputy Vice Chancellor Race 1

After spending close to a year without a substantive Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Finance and Administration, Makerere University has at last zeroed in on three candidates for the position.
14:01
14:01

Namuganza Promises to Build NRM Women’s Resilience and Livelihood 1

Persis Namuganza the Minister of Lands and an aspirant for the second National Chairperson of the NRM has said her focus will be on the welfare of women and youth in the party.
13:28
13:28

Justice Ministry Blames Treasury for Failed Procurements JLOS 1 4

The Solicitor General Francis Atoke refused to accept blame for failing to absorb 148m that remained unspent at the end of the 2018/2019 financial year, he insisted that the fault lies with the treasury that failed to release the funds in time.
11:49
11:49

Religious Leaders Develop Procedures for Reopening Places of Worship 4 1 Top story

They are suggesting that the first phase of the reopening should be around the end of August for 21 days accommodating adult and youth congregants, from the age of 12. The first reopening should start with urban areas before spreading to the countryside, according to proposals that were presented to the National COVID-19 Task Force.
10:09
10:09

Slow Internet Disrupts Okalany's Interview for ICC Job poor internet 1 1

Okalany is competing for the job with three others; Morris A. Anyah from Nigeria who is a trial attorney in Chicago, U.S.A, Fergal Gaynor from Ireland, who currently serves as the Reserve International Co-Prosecutor at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and Richard Roy from Canada who is currently Senior General Counsel with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada.
06:24
06:24

Transport Costs Jump by 47% in July – UBOS 1

The resumption of transport came with restrictions – the 14-seater taxis are only allowed to carry seven people while 65-seater buses can only carry 30 passengers. As a result, transporters more than doubled fares.
05:37
05:37

Critical COVID-19 Community Cases in Kampala Bother Health Teams MOH 1 1 Top story

While the country has cumulatively handled 1,140 COVID-19, cases, the Ministry of Health is concerned that the two cases come from previously unknown COVID-19 hot spots. The two cases are believed to have originated from Kisenyi II in Mengo, a highly populated city suburb, and parts of Rubaga South.
04:41
04:41

Gov’t Chief Whip, Justice Minister Suggest Cap on Number of MPs parliament 1 2

During the heated debate that preceded the approval, Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko questioned the parameters that the government used to create the new areas. He observed that despite its high population, Kampala central was not a beneficiary of the new creations.
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