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20:05
20:05

Museveni Rallies Support for Alternative Justice ADR 1 2

He said such systems related to the people daily and appreciated their need for fairness and harmony in society.
18:19
18:19

Cases of Missing Children Overwhelm Family Protection Unit 1

Caroline Kushemererwa, the Head of the Child and Family Protection Unit in Kampala Metropolitan Area revealed that Police are receiving several cases of missing children in Kampala who come from other parts of the country to work as maids.
18:18
18:18

Why Torture Persists Despite Efforts to End It 6

Reports by the Uganda Human Rights Commission show that security personnel from the Uganda Police Force and the Uganda People’s Defense Forces are the leading perpetrators, torturing people during arrests and while in detention facilities.
17:20
17:20

32 Men Petition Immigration to Cancel Children Passports After DNA Testing 1

Dozens of men have been flocking to the Ministry of Internal Affairs with hair cut off their children for DNA tests but have been advised to take the children to Government Analytical Laboratory -DGAL. Some have taken children’s nails to DGAL but have been turned back and told to take the real children for blood samples.
16:56
16:56

Business Community Pushes for Stronger Alternative Dispute Resolution 7

At least 8 trillion Shillings is said to be tied in commercial disputes in different courts, and the business community says that this is holding back business operations and hurting the economy.
16:32
16:32

Jinja City Road Designs Revised to Save Mivule Trees 2

The authorities had endorsed the decision of felling down eight Mivule trees, to provide ample space, to cater for the road adjustments, as presented in the revised plan by the contractors Zhongmei Group Limited.
15:41
15:41

Police Stuck with Six Bodies of Kasese School Attack Victims 1

Forensic experts from the police force in collaboration with Uganda People’s Defence Forces –ADF have since been carrying out DNA analysis on 17 bodies that were burnt beyond recognition in order to match them with relatives.
15:26
15:26

Pader District Authorities Distribute Confiscated Charcoal to Locals 1

This follows a ban on the issuance of licenses for trade in forest products in February this year, and the subsequent signing of an executive order by President Museveni on May 19, banning tree cutting for commercial charcoal production in Northern Uganda.
14:10
14:10

Security Investigates Revenge Attack Lead in Masaka Family Murder 1 2

Unknown people broke into the home of Emmanuel Muteesasira at Kijonjo village in Buwunga sub-county, Masaka district on Friday night, and hacked all five occupants including his wife and three grandchildren. But residents are linking the incident to a longstanding dispute that Mutesaasira allegedly had with his nephew Vincent Ssamula.
13:49
13:49

56 Nyabikoni Secondary School Students Suspended Over Strike 2

The students staged a violent strike on Saturday and Sunday accusing management of maladministration.
13:37
13:37

Two People Severely Injured in Luwero Accident Road accident

Sam Twiineamazima, the acting Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the casualties include the motorcyclist and his passenger who did not have any identification document at the time of the tragedy. They were taken to Luwero Hospital for treatment.
13:05
13:05

Micho Not Solely to Blame for Cranes' Underperformance-Magogo 4 1

The criticism stems from the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign where Uganda Cranes’ hopes of qualifying for the continental showpiece took a severe blow following a defeat against Algeria last week. This marked the team's third loss in five games, with only three goals, scored and six conceded.
13:00
13:00

Education Policy Review Commission Resumes Public Hearings 1 3

Asulo said that the commission has already been covering areas within the West Nile region and there are plans to visit the Acholi and Karamoja regions in the near future.
12:36
12:36

Court Dismisses Appeal Seeking To Block Implementation Of Vehicle Tracking Devices Stanley Okecho 1

Disatisfied with the dismissal, Legal Brains Trust through it's lawyers Stanley Okecho and Roger Mugabi appealed in the Court of Appeal seeking the same orders like in the High Court.
12:32
12:32

Man Hacks Three Siblings to Death in Fort Portal

Twesige explains that when the mother of the victims, Mariam Nabukenya was in her bar working, Mutegeki hacked to death his siblings Charles Kagaba aged seven, another identified only as Catherine 2 years, and 4-year-old Mutungi Kagaba.
10:32
10:32

Gen Katumba calls for Investment in Domestic Aviation. 6

ransport Minister Katumba Wamala said many high end tourists have no time to commit on road journeys to the tourism sites and would prefer flying to those upcountry places. PM premier Nabbanja disclosed that thirteen aerodromes had already been refurbished while another six had been lined up for repair.
10:29
10:29

Farmers in Albertine Region Turn to Cassava As a New Cash Earner 2 2

Cassava has been cultivated as a food crop in Bunyoro, with oil and gas in the area, farmers are being mobilized to farm it in bulk so that it can generate cash.
10:12
10:12

Disagreement Erupts Over Management of Arua Green Light Stadium 1

The disagreement over the management of the stadium came to the limelight after Maureen Osoru, the Arua city Woman Member of Parliament requested the management of Onduparaka Football Club to use the stadium to host Anita Among, the Speaker of Parliament on June 18, 2023. Although the permission was granted by the stadium management committee, Osoru allegedly rejected the offer on the grounds that she had identified an alternative venue at the adjacent football ground next to Onduparaka Catholic Church to host the venue.
08:27
08:27

Gov't to Introduce Policy to Regulate Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR 1 3

While addressing journalists on Sunday in Kampala, the Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Nobert Mao said that they are planning to regulate how the disputes should be handled and that government has already drafted a policy to this effect.
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