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20:17
20:17

Full Reopening; Gov't Fears Festive Season May Worsen Spread Of Covid 19 3 2

Now with only a few weeks left for the president to fulfill his pledge to the nation, of full reopening in the month of January 2022, the ministries of Health and of Education led by the office of the president, have come out with fears that the festive season may lead to spread of the virus hence affecting the plan of full reopening.
20:05
20:05

Hearing of 36 Criminal Appeals Starts at Mbarara High Court Court of Appeal 1 4

The criminal appeals session is set to last five days from 13th to 17th December 2021 at Mbarara High Court Circuit, this is being done using Technology with the appellants not appearing physically in Court but on Zoom.
19:52
19:52

Jinja Ritual Murder: Pastor Remanded to Bugembe Prisons church 2

The accused had been presented to court for the first mentioning of the charges levelled against them, following their arrest and detention at Kakira central police station since November.
19:43
19:43

Police Team Probes Attacks on Security Personnel as Four are Murdered 1 1

Enanga explains that a team has been set up led by Director Operations AIGP Edward Ochom to establish whether the attacks are by an organised group with unknown mission interested in harvesting guns from security personnel.
19:05
19:05

Thembo Wins Kilembe Mines Junior Golf Open 2 1

Thembo attributes his victory to hard work, support from coaches and his desire to join elite golfing.
18:43
18:43

RDC Blames Atiak Sugar over Fire Razing UPDF Detach in Amuru Atiak Sugar Factory 2 1

Oceng however faults the management of Atiak Sugar Factory for their reluctance to ensure that fire breaks are created to ease fighting the fire by the Police.
18:29
18:29

Pictorial: Kabaka Opens Buganda Kingdom 29th Lukiiko buganda lukiiko

The Kabaka of Buganda Kingdom, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II on Monday opened the 29th Lukiiko sitting at Bulange Mengo. At the event, he tasked his Lukiiko and subjects to strongly speak out against different voices aimed at diverting the institution’s efforts in advocating for their rights and property.
18:28
18:28

Court Extends Kyagulanyi's Criminal Summons in "Registration by False Pretence" Case NUP 1 2

However when contacted, Kyagulanyi's lawyer Turyamusiima said that his client was willing to appear in court today but they received a call informing them that the Magistrate was not around.
16:37
16:37

Police Impounds Lorry Carrying Stolen Vehicle At Busia Border 1 3

Didas Byaruhanga, the Busia District Police Commander, told URN that they would take the impounded lorry to the Busia one-stop border post for thorough checking.
16:21
16:21

Join Hands to Fight Hatred Against Buganda Kingdom –Kabaka Mailo Land 2 4

“We must all jointly double efforts to water down the falsehoods, malicious and hateful words that are intended to divert us From our quest for justice and advocacy on key issues pertaining the Kingdom,” Kabaka Mutebi said in part.
16:15
16:15

Nine Chinese, Ugandan National Detained Over Suspected Telecom Fraud CID 1 1 Top story

A senior police detective who participated in the operation intimated to Uganda Radio Network that they found the suspects with over 500 Cell phones with Sim-cards registered in Ugandan names.
16:14
16:14

Posta Uganda Starts Door-to-Door Delivery To Beat Competition 3

Under the partnership, the riders will enable Posta Uganda deliver parcels at the door of the final destination or where the sender and the recipient agree as the point of delivery. Posta Uganda MD, James Arinaitwe says that all the goods handed over to them under the Posta Express Service will be insured and that this is aimed at ensuring that the customer incurs no loss in the course of being served.
16:01
16:01

Weightlifter Julius Ssekitoleko’s Career Remains Uncertain 1 3

“I hereby write this letter to you expressing my sincere apology for the above disciplinary proceedings that took place in Tokyo in our training Camp. I misbehaved and left the camp without permission from my superiors, I regret doing what I did and I promised never to repeat such again and I request you to find it at the bottom of your heart to forgive my actions,” part of the letter reads.
15:15
15:15

Election Violence Victim Asks Court to Allow him Proceed Without Attorney General 2020/2021 elections 1 2

Kasirye first petitioned the High court in December 2020 accusing the police of teargassing him in the mouth, eyes and hit with batons in the stomach.
14:18
14:18

FPU Accused of Using Exhibits Impounded from Fishermen 1 3

They say several motorcycles that were impounded for transporting immature fish are also being used to transport soldiers attached to the unit. The fishermen wonder why the FPU uses their impounded fishing gear to carry out operations on the lake yet the government gave them all the necessary resources to conduct the operations.
13:17
13:17

Fire Ravages Sugarcane Plantation in Atiak Sugar Factory Amuru District 3 1

The fire believed to have been set by unknown people was first reported to the local authorities on Friday 10th. It escalated until Sunday evening when the Police Fire and Rescue Service team rushed to help put it out.
13:01
13:01

UNRA Pleads With Locals To Allow Construction Of Access Road In Gulu 1 4

Construction of the road linking to Gulu Logistics Hub has stalled for close to two weeks now after landowners in Wii Layibi village blocked the road works over the government’s failure to compensate them. They also claim that the boundary surveyed and pegged for the road works doesn’t clearly define the road reserve.
10:47
10:47

OAC Ordains Priest, Nineteen Deacons 1 2

Bishop Cornelius Kateregga Bakubanja, the leader of the OAC in Uganda cautioned the group against sexual abuse, which is eating away the Church of Christ.
08:15
08:15

COVID-19 Herbal Concoction Places Gulu University Among Top Exhibitors at EAC Trade Expo 1 1

Prof George Openjuru Ladaah, the Gulu University Vice-Chancellor lauded the University team for winning the award that would challenge them to do more in solving community problems alligned to transformational agenda as a philosophical approach to societal challenges.
07:15
07:15

High Health Expenditure Pushes Half a Billion People to Extreme Poverty The World Bank

Even before the pandemic, half a billion people were already being pushed into extreme poverty because of payments they made for health care. The organizations expect that that number is now considerably higher.
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