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19:43
19:43

Crested Cranes are Champions of CECAFA Senior Women’s Championship 1 2

After winning the regional championship, the girls will gear up for the forthcoming African Women Cup of Nations. The team has always regarded the regional champions as being part of the preparations for the continental Championship, slated for next month in Morocco.
19:08
19:08

You Will now Require a Work Permit to be Employed in Ngoma Sub-county 3

Ben Nuwamanya the Division Police Commander of Nakaseke said that there is also a problem of homicide in the area with corpses being dumped in dams and postmortem reports show the dead had been killed before being dropped in the water.
18:03
18:03

No COVID-19 Vaccination Children Without Parent's Consent -MOH Ministry Of Health 5

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero retaliated that no child will receive the COVID-19 vaccines without their parents’, guardians’ or caretakers’ consent.
17:40
17:40

Calm Returns to Kotido as Security Intensify Operations in the Villages

Kotido District chairperson Joseph Komol said they haven't lot a person for two weeks.
17:29
17:29

Next Edition of Refugee Run to Focus on Environmental Protection 3 1

While launching the run on Friday in Arua city, Patrick Nyakuta, an official of CTEN said that the proceeds of the event will be used to establish e-waste management centers in Bidibidi and Rhino camp, in addition to planting and growing 1,500 trees in refugee settlements in West Nile to mitigate environmental degradation.
17:09
17:09

Masaka City Physical Planner Arrested for Allowing Construction in Road Reserves masaka city council 2 1

Ronald Katende Kinene, the Masaka City Resident Commissioner called in the police to arrest Kigozi after the Roads Committee on inspection tour found several public roads had been blocked by private developers on approval by the Physical Planner.
16:53
16:53

Village Chairman Flees Home Over Machete Fears 3 1

Patrick Onyango, the Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson, says Katumba is worried over threats that do not exist. Onyango explains that the day Katumba claims to have been attacked by a group comprised of security personnel it was the locals, LDUs and police conducting night patrols.
16:31
16:31

Oil and Gas to Grow Insurance Sector; But Will Ugandan Insurers Benefit? fossil fuels 1

The development of oil and gas infrastructure is likely to spur Uganda's Insurance sector but the biggest value will go to foreign insurance firms and brokers.
16:13
16:13

Save Us from Land Grabbers! Desperate Banyoro Cry Out to Omukama omukama iguru 5 1

Omukama Iguru was enthroned on June 11, 1994, following the restoration of kingdoms by the government. Since then, the day is commemorated annually.
14:28
14:28

Ten Casualties from Subway Taxi Crash in Mulago's Crowded Ward 3 1

There was a tense mood at Mulago Hospital casualty ward as relatives rushed in to check on dear ones injured from Friday evening accident in Kampala. The accident involved a taxi along Nile avenue killed two people on spot and injured 10 others.
13:51
13:51

Gov’t Launches Market for Disease-Free Beef 6 2

The project areas have been divided into zones with the six districts in disease control zone one (DCZ1) namely Nakaseke, Nakasongola, Luwero, Kiryandongo, Masindi, and Gomba while eight districts constituting disease control zone two (DCZ2) are Lyantonde, Mbarara, Sembabule, Kiruhura, Kyankwanzi, Rakai, Kyotera, and Isingiro.
13:22
13:22

GISO Abandons his Home in Napak over Death Threats Napak district 1 1

Paul Iriama said he decided to abandon his home following the threats from the warriors who are accusing him for actively participating in disarmament exercise.
12:57
12:57

Police Cautions Bodaboda Riders on Using Northern Bypass Flyovers 2 1

Nampiima’s caution comes of the heels of the 2021 road safety and traffic report which shows motorcyclists were the most killed group of road users surpassing pedestrians for the first time. At least 1,390 motorcyclists and 512 passengers of motorcycles died in 2021 road crashes. This means five people died in motorcycle crashes every day across the country.
11:57
11:57

Chinese Investors Petition Prime Minister Over Unstable Electricity 2 1

They include Cai Jiashun, Zong Bo and Lin Yangbin. Early this week, the trio petitioned Nabbanja explaining that irregular power supply in the area has slowed down production at their factories while several machines have been rendered faulty due to erratic power.
11:38
11:38

Buganda Chief Disowns, Condemns Youths who Blocked Roads Ahead of Kabaka Visit Buganda Kingdom

Ow'essaza Kkangaawo Mulondo said that its not within the Kiganda culture for subjects to block road access to others as they express their joy to welcome the Kabaka
Jun 2022 16 results