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19:48
19:48

Uganda Airlines First Flight for July 4

The minister for Works and Transport Eng. Monicah Azuba says the national airline will launch its first flight three months after the arrival of the two air crafts that have been purchased.
17:49
17:49

Court Halts Chris Obore's Termination from Parliament

The order was issued by Justice Henrietta Wolayo following a request filed by Obore, to restrain the Parliamentary Commission from terminating his services, pending disposal of the main petition challenging the decision.
16:37
16:37

Justice Bamugemereire Wants Amendment of Land Acquisition Act land valuation 3 1

Bamugemereire says that the law does not clearly define the person who has powers to acquire land compulsorily.
16:23
16:23

Ishungisa Is New PPDA Board Chairman procurement 5 1 Top story

The State Minister for General Duties, Gabriel Ajedra inaugurated the new board members in the Finance Ministry boardroom on Wednesday morning.
14:39
14:39

Entebbe's Quest for City Status Suffers Setback 2 1

The elevation of Entebbe has faced a setback after several leaders of Wakiso District disagreed on merging Kajjansi and Katabi to Entebbe Municipality.
14:31
14:31

Police Recover Firearm, Arrest Five Suspects area 1 1

Police has pressed charges of illegal possession of a firearm and suspected murder against the suspects who are locked up at Jinja Central police station.
14:12
14:12

Media Managers Express Reservations on New PWD Law Vision Group 1 6

The Persons with Disabilities Act, 2018 provides, among others, that all newscasts on public and private television stations must have a Ugandan sign language interpreter, to facilitate communication for people with hearing impairments. The task combines signing, finger spelling, and specific body language translated between a spoken and a signed language.
13:07
13:07

Hoima Boda-Boda Cyclist Stabbed to Death motorcycle 2

Felix Irumba, a Boda-boda rider at Balma stage told Uganda Radio Network that they were shocked when they received a phone call indicating that their colleague had been murdered by his passengers.
12:16
12:16

Demand for Avocado Soars as Overseas Market Opens Agriculture exports 1 Top story

Between 1996 and 2016, the demand for the fruit has seen tremendous growth expanding by 88.2% in 2016 alone, according to Tridge, a platform that tracks global trade in different goods. In three years, the fruit exports grew by 315% and expanded by Shs 1005.6% in the last five years, Tridge said.
12:12
12:12

Police Officer Released on Bond

It’s alleged that Wakasada with soldiers attached to Kawempe Internal Security Organisation (ISO) arrested Mbirire on allegations of hiring out his gun to criminals. He was then tortured to death.
11:33
11:33

Fort Portal Councillors, Executive Bury Hatchet 1

For close to a year now, a section of councillors has been accusing the Speaker, Gilbert Kayondo, and the executive led by the Mayor Rev Willy Kintu Muhanga, of incompetence.
11:00
11:00

Police Advises on Explosives

A counter terrorism officer, who preferred anonymity, said several explosives that were buried in the ground during the turbulent times of Uganda are now exposed because of grazing, construction and soil erosion.
10:47
10:47

Kalungu Chief Sacked For Illegal Sale of Kingdom Land buganda kingdom 2

Kizito Ssebaana Namutukula was sacked by Buddu County Chief, Vincent Ssebowa Mayiga, during an executive meeting held at Kalungu sub-county headquarters on Tuesday.
10:02
10:02

Rains Devastate Gardens, Schools in Mbarara 2 1

Trails of destruction are still visible in the areas of Rwengoma, Rutooma, Mabira, Rwebishekye, Rwanyamahembe, Ihanika, Kacerere and parts of Bukiro. Julius Tugumisirize an area resident says that the downpour was dominated by heavy winds which blew off part of the roof of Rutooma Integrated Primary School.
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