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22:22
22:22

Workers Fail To Attribute Value to Labour Day Celebrations 5

The international day that is celebrated annually on May 1, has left Ugandans both in the formal and informal sectors, decrying the tough working environment in which they operate to earn a living characterized with financial constraints and job insecurity.
22:04
22:04

Stanbic Uganda Cup: Express FC Stop URA in First Leg Wasswa Bossa 1 3

The red eagles staged a super fight back to stun the tax collectors who got a lead as early as the first two minutes of the game. Two goals by Martin Kizza and Erick Kambale helped the Wankulukuku team to pull back the command of the first leg.
15:14
15:14

Marking 2020 Exams Might Delay as Examiners Fail to Turn Up 1

On Sunday last week, coordinators of different groups of examiners started meeting to develop marking guides. However, Information obtained from liable sources indicates that although the marking process is already in progress, several examiners are yet to be seen.
15:02
15:02

IGADs Governance Forum to Promote Political Pluralism, Tolerance Among Members Peace and security 3 1

According to Siraj Fegessa, the IGAD Peace and Security Division Director, the forum will serve as the main dialogue forum of IGAD members in all governance matters.
14:54
14:54

Kotido Engineer in Trouble for Attempting to Illegally Take Grounded District Vehicles 1

Three grounded vehicles including one fuel tank were intercepted by Police in Kotido on Friday night as the they were being taken to Kampala.
14:26
14:26

Two Held in Kanungu District for Failure to Account for Emyooga Funds 1 1

The two currently being held at Kihihi police station are Eliab Niwagaba, a radio presenter at Kinkizi FM radio, and also the chairperson of the association and his treasurer Ausi Senyunja who reportedly failed to account for shillings 13 million.
13:33
13:33

Scientists Identify Data As Vital Tool For Innovations 5

According the deputy chief of party ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) Makerere University School of Public Health, Dr.Roy Mayega, Uganda is struggling with several resilience challenges yet it has an internal potential as a country to harness available resources including data to solve some of the biggest challenges affecting communities.
13:08
13:08

Over 100 Participate in Mayombo Golf Open 1

According to Bernard Baguma, the incoming captain of Tooro Golf Club, the tournament is held annually to commemorate Brig Noble Mayombo who died in 2007.
12:52
12:52

Mulago Hospital Finds 30 Patients with Advanced Cancer in Week-Long Camp 4 2

He says one ought to do an endoscopy every after two years for wellness purposes. But, even as this is recommended, the test remains expensive for many. Even at Mulago hospital the service is not entirely free since for the upper endoscopy one has to part with more than Shs100, 000 and the colonoscopy goes for up to Shs300, 000. This however is way low compared to the few private health facilities that offer the service at an average of shs400,000 for the upper test and Shs800,000 for the lower test.
12:39
12:39

Masaka Drug Shop Operators Protest Payment of Trading License Fees Masaka City Council 4

The drug shop operators says that several local government authorities such as sub county and division councils have already issued assessment forms for the taxes they have to pay to the councils as trading license which they says that its unfair since they already paid money to NDA to secure their operational licenses.
11:36
11:36

Experts, Drivers Attribute Most Road Accidents to Poor Road Designs, Mental Issues 2 1

CP Niwabiine admits that accidents that involve pedestrians usually occur as they try to cross the roads. He adds that in some cases, pedestrians fall victim when vehicles veer off the road and plough into them. Other accidents occur when a driver trying to avoid collision with another vehicle ends up hitting pedestrians.
11:24
11:24

Oyam Residents Demand COVID-19 Lockdown Amid Rising Infections Church of Uganda 2 1

Tom Apenyo, the Head-teacher of Aber Primary School says they are facing an uphill to confine and treat the learners who have tested positive in the absence quarantine centre and inadequate sanitizer and proposed lockdown to contain the virus.
11:12
11:12

Lawyers Petition Court Challenging Police's Preventive Detention preventive arrests 1 2

The lawyers Anne Tendo and Alex Martin Tusiime, both human rights advocates working with the Network for Public Interest Lawyers -NETPIL want the court to declare that the said section is inconsistent with several articles of the constitution.
10:08
10:08

Uganda Clays Returns to Making Profit 1 Top story

The directors and management of the company expressed delight that the turnaround was recorded in a year that has been difficult for all sectors in Uganda and globally due to the effects of the covid 19 pandemic, a sign that it will stabilise.
09:55
09:55

‚ÄčEALA MP Kasamba Laid To Rest, Praised For Fighting Food Insecurity 1 6

While delivering President Yoweri Museveni's condolence message, the Deputy speaker Jacob Oulanya who was the chief mourner, appealed to all leaders to emulate Kasamba and take forward his legacy for the good of the country.
09:43
09:43

Outgoing MPs Regret Not Getting Lessons on Life After Parliament 3 1

Members of Parliament who lost the 2021 elections have been told to set up businesses and projects with their pensions and gratuity.
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