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May 2023 28 results
16:03
16:03

Student Leaders Rally Against Payment of Fees Due to Expired University Courses 4 1 Top story

The students' concerns stem from recent stories circulating on social media about students who faced difficulties due to their degrees from Makerere University, which were allegedly rejected or questioned abroad due to their expired status.
15:56
15:56

Army Court Denies Bail To Two Teachers Accused of Assaulting Student 1

The assault took place after the teachers interrogated Kasita regarding accusations that he had stolen books from his classmates and given them to a woman named Ms. Adiru, who sells pancakes and fried cassava.
15:53
15:53

Pre-Trial Hearing of Kaweesi Murder Suspects Fails to Take Off Kaweesi Murder Case 2

Court records that Uganda Radio Network has seen indicate that on May 22nd, 2023 the Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Lino Anguzu who is also the head of the International Crimes Department in the Office of the DPP wrote to the Court seeking adjournment of all cases that had been fixed starting May 23rd to May 25th, 2023.
14:59
14:59

Unidentified Body Recovered in Sugarcane Plantation home

The decomposing body was discovered on Tuesday by fishermen, who were cutting down sugarcane.
14:57
14:57

UPDF Private Killed in Kabale 3 2

According to local sources, including Gerald Byaruhanga, the LC1 Chairman of Kanyabiyengo village, and Dickson Kamuhanda, a resident of the area Byamukama was stabbed in the stomach after returning home from a nearby trading center where he had been socializing.
14:23
14:23

Four Murdered in Albertine murders 1 1

Julius Hakiza, the spokesperson for the Albertine region police, has urged the public to seek intervention from the police and local leaders to resolve conflicts rather than resorting to violence and murder.
14:15
14:15

Mumbere's Legal Team: Negotiations with Gov't Taking Shape Alfred Makasi 1 2

Alfred Makasi, who serves as both the lawyer for the Rwenzururu Kingdom and King Mumbere, revealed that since the commencement of peace talks with the government a few years ago, there have been visible but undisclosed outcomes.
13:48
13:48

Parliament Directs Education Minister on Expired Programs 1 Top story

“The media is awash with stories on universities teaching what is being termed as expired courses. There is a very big scare, I have received very many messages from student leaders in the country, parents, and honorable colleagues on this issue,” said Tayebwa in part.
12:58
12:58

Gov’t Issues Guidelines for Management of City Markets 1

The Minister for Kampala, Hajjat Minsa Kabanda said that the administration and management of the markets will be executed by staff appointed and deployed by Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA.
12:43
12:43

Police Rescue 45 Malnourished Refugee Children in Arua City 4 3 Top story

According to William Bok, he had taken the children from the Tika Rhino camp refugee settlement to Arua City out of fear for their safety.
12:30
12:30

Industrial Park Pledge Tops Demands as President Museveni Visits Masaka 2

In the company of Chinese investors in 2015, President Museveni commissioned the construction of a regional industrial park at Mazigo in Bukakata sub-county on a 1.5 square miles piece of land that was allocated by Masaka district.
11:29
11:29

Tullow Gets 100% Stake In Kenya’s Lokichar Basin 1

On Tuesday, Tullow Kenya said it has been informed by its two minority partners of their intention to issue notices of withdrawal from Blocks 10BB, 13T, and 10BA in the South Lokichar Basin for differing internal strategic reasons.
11:11
11:11

Baby Found Dumped at the Road Side In Kween 1

Samuel Bukose, a the Chairperson LC 1 of Tugumo Village in Kween district, told Uganda Radio Network that, the baby was heard persistently crying at the Road side along Kapchorwa Suam Highway at around 5:30 am.
11:03
11:03

Expired Programs: Vice Chancellors We Were Caught 'Pants Down' 1 6

Prof Ikoja-Odongo says there is a need to have a moment of truth by universities, including the one he leads, regarding adhering to the guidelines and regulations set by the National Council for Higher Education regarding program reviews and reassessment.
10:12
10:12

Karamoja Leaders Call for more Sensitization on PDM 5 1

John Baptist Lokii, the Matheniko County Member of Parliament stressed the importance of local leaders taking an active role in sensitizing communities about the value and benefits of the program. He expressed concern that the limited knowledge about the PDM program has hindered effective communication between leaders and the local people.
10:04
10:04

Environmental Management: Activists, NEMA Irked by The Blame Game 3

As part of the event, over 1000 trees were planted to support the reforestation of Mabira Forest, which is one of Uganda's vital biodiversity hotspots. Biodiversity encompasses the rich variety of living organisms in all ecosystems, including those found in water, land, and other environmental habitats.
09:53
09:53

'My Food My Identity' Campaign Launched to Promote Indigenous, Traditional Foods Slow Food Uganda 3 1 Top story

Edward Mukiibi, the President of Slow Food International and Executive Director of Slow Food Uganda, emphasized that the campaign aims to celebrate and promote diversity in food culture while supporting small-scale agroecological producers who rely on traditional knowledge to grow and harvest unique ingredients that have been passed down through generations.
09:34
09:34

Hoima Eviction Victims Denied Bail bail application 1 1 Top story

On Monday, the accused persons appeared before Stella Mwali, the Hoima Grade One magistrate, for a mention of their case.
09:22
09:22

Man Drowns in Uganda Clays Pond

Immaculate Alaso, the Bukedi North Region Police Spokesperson says that Mulapanda's body was found floating in a pond at the Uganda Clays, which is used for clay mining.
09:13
09:13

Teso War Debt Claimants Case: AG Lines Up UPDF Commanders for Defense Teso sub region 2

These senior commanders will serve as witnesses to defend the government in the cattle compensation case of Oluka and Others on May 25, 2023. The Teso War Debt Claimants had returned to court after the government launched a compensation program, arguing that the program did not adequately compensate them for their losses.
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