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22:46
22:46

Schools Negotiate for Food Supply On Credit as They Prepare to Reopen 7

James Wonyaka, the headteacher of Bat Valley primary school says they are currently engaging parents on how to feed pupils once they return to school during the phased reopening by the government.
21:57
21:57

Gulu District Posted The Highest Revenue Collection as COVID-19 Hits Hard-Report 1

Ismail Ahmed, the Principal Inspector in the Local Government Ministry noted that local governments have the most elastic revenue system, arguing that once a challenge hits the globe, the change is drastic.
21:23
21:23

Kasingye to Lead Team to Draft Deployment Plan for Hostile Communities 1 2 Top story

According to Kasingye, he will start with Sebei sub-region where they have recorded several brutal attacks on police personnel. He says they intend to conduct sensitization programs before they profile hostile areas and criminals who cross to Kenya after committing crimes.
20:13
20:13

DP to Overhaul Party Structures 2021 elections 5 1 Top story

Mao, who came fourth with 55,665 votes in the just concluded presidential elections, said they will focus on rebuilding the party after the disappointing and irregular elections. According to Mao, DP will embark on creating a new member's register to differentiate between party members and supporters and weed out those against the party.
19:23
19:23

Police FC Beat BUL to Top UPL Table 2

The win puts Police FC on the top of the UPL table with 16 points ahead of Vipers SC with 15 points.
19:10
19:10

Archbishop Janani Luwum Did Not Die in Vain- President Museveni 8 1

But Museveni criticized President Idi Amin for fearing criticism. This he said was an act of cowardice adding that there was no need for the former President to end the life of the Archbishop and the other senior members of government, over such issues.
18:24
18:24

Gov't Quarantines Five Districts over Foot and Mouth Disease 2

Movement on livestock and livestock products into and out of these districts or through to other districts is immediately banned. Restrictions on the movement of livestock have also been imposed on another 24 districts, including Kampala, Wakiso and Mukono, which are named among the areas at a high risk of an outbreak.
16:13
16:13

Proposed Importation of COVID-19 Vaccine for Chinese in Uganda Was a Hoax-MOH Officials 1

According to the Ministry, the Chinese nationals were expected to import the vaccines through Sino Africa Medicines and Health Limited. The Ministry explained that it had put in place measures to ensure Ugandans don’t access the vaccine, adding that the administration of the vaccine would be restricted within the Chinese embassy and the Chinese community in Kapeeka.
15:45
15:45

SACCOs Ask Gov't to Expedite Release of Emyooga Funds 1 6

More than 356 SACCOs were registered through Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to benefit from the 26 billion Shillings allocated to Kampala under the Presidential Initiative on Wealth and Job Creation- Emyooga.
14:33
14:33

Teams Gear Up for National Basketball League Hudson Ssegamwenge 5 1

The National Basketball League will be returning to action a year after it was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
13:40
13:40

Janani Luwum Day Should Have More Clout -MPs Church of Uganda 1 3

In his memory, the day of his death has been marked as a public holiday, since 2015. But it is one of the holidays that are unknown among nationals, and on this basis, MPs think that more efforts should be put in place to make the celebration more significant and ensure that the day draws more attention than it is at the moment.
12:34
12:34

How Will Teachers Complete Syllabi in the Shortened Learning Period? 5 1

Dr Nambi says that besides looking at the huge content in the syllabus and throwing it to learners as it appears, teachers should use soft learner-centered methods and also put the focus on fundamentals. She notes that this will enable learners to attain given competence than cramping the content.
12:13
12:13

Number of Women Screening for Cervical Cancer Decreasing-UCI Rubaga Hospital 2

According to officials from UCI, in the last six months, they have screened only 10 women who were referred from several health centers. Previously, they would screen up to 100 women on a daily basis five days a week
12:07
12:07

Police, Military to Set Up Joint Canine Unit in Karamoja to Fight Crime 1 1

The Police Director for Operations, Edward Ochom, has been tasked to ensure this unit is set up in Moroto district as soon as possible because of the on-going crime incidents in the area.
10:29
10:29

WHO Approves Two More COVID-19 Vaccines for Emergency Use 1 Top story

The vaccines are produced by AstraZeneca-SKBio in Korea and the Serum Institute of India. WHO’s Emergency Use Listing (EUL) assesses the quality, safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and is a prerequisite for COVAX Facility vaccine supply. It also allows countries to expedite their own regulatory approval to import and administer COVID-19 vaccines.
09:53
09:53

Nabweru Woman Kills Baby, Dumps Body in Toilet Patrick Onyango 2 1

Police investigations so far indicate that Nanteza has two boyfriends, one who stays in Dubai and the one in Uganda who is the father of the child. However, after hearing that the Dubai boyfriend was soon returning home, she decided to eliminate the 'evidence' that she has been pregnant with another man's child.
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