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23:52
23:52

Mweheire Rallies South Africa To Invest in East Africa 1

Stanbic Bank Uganda Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Mweheire says East Africa’s highly diversified economies offers immense opportunity for South African investors. He said the region's economies are growing northwards of 6% in a highly integrated regional market offering great fortune for potential investors.
20:01
20:01

Kadaga Seeks Gov't Assurance on Murchison Falls tourism 1

In her communication to the house on Tuesday, Kadaga said that she was seeking the assurance on behalf of the citizens who are concerned about fate of the falls.
19:44
19:44

Four Arrested in Fake Money Printing Scam 1

Police said the suspects defrauded some people over 30 million shillings promising to sell to them a money printing machine. The victims were duped to first send the money in order to acquire the whole machine.
19:12
19:12

UPDF Soldier Shoots Colleague Dead, Commits Suicide Jinja 1 1 Top story

It is alleged that the two soldiers attached to the marine brigade have been engaged in endless arguments, after Ouma refused to grant Katusiime a pass leave.
18:50
18:50

Music Promoter Bajjo Remanded 2

Mukasa appeared before Buganda Road Grade one Magistrate Stella Maris Amabilis and two charges of incitement to violence and offensive communication were read to him.
18:24
18:24

Man Shot by LDUs Hospitalised

Gonzaga Ssempijja, who was shot by Local Defence Unit (LDUs) personnel in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, along Entebbe Expressway, has been admitted at Entebbe hospital. Patrick Onyango, Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, said Ssempijja was shot when he attempted to escape after LDUs who had sighted him alongside another man, Innocent Turinawe, vandalizing wire meshe
15:37
15:37

One Pupil Killed, 36 Injured in Kalungu Accident

The deceased identified as Abdullah Nsubuga is a pupil of Bright Primary school. The accident which occurred on Tuesday at Rukerere village along Bukulula- Kalungu road involved a truck canter registration number UAY 211B.
13:42
13:42

Kenyan Fishermen Decry Torture By Uganda Police Marine officers security 1 2

The fishermen allege that the marine officers arrest and detain them for weeks without trial which affects their livelihoods.
13:02
13:02

Sachet Waragi, Cosmetics Worth UGX 600m Impounded in Kampala 2 2

Interpol Director Benson Oyo Nyeko says the operation followed a tip-off on trucks transporting fake waragi and cosmetics. Nyeko said a team of police officers was deployed and indeed two trucks loaded with substandard waragi and cosmetics were found offloading in the City Centre.
11:49
11:49

Uganda Needs Ugx 28b to Contain Ebola- MOH ebola outbreak 1

Ever since an outbreak of Ebola was confirmed in the Neighboring DR Congo last year, Uganda has been on high alert trying to control the disease from spiralling to the country. For just preparedness and control, 18 million Shillings was spent. Now that the outbreak happened, they are seeking USD 7.5million (28 billion Shillings) more for the response.
11:27
11:27

Govt Tasked to Clear Compensation to Torture Victims 2 1

Uganda Human Rights Commission express dismay over unpaid Shs5b compensation to torture victims
08:32
08:32

Nakaseke Hospital Restores Water as UGX 300m Pump Lies Idle Water crisis 1 4 Top story

David Ssemakula, the administrator of Nakaseke Hospital, says they secured Shillings 20 million that was used to replace the electric water pump. He said the electric water pump broke down because of power outages and the solar powered machine was also faulty.
07:05
07:05

UPDF Captain Kills Self After Shooting Colleague in Somalia

The Defence Ministry and UPDF Spokesperson, Brigadier Richard Karemire, has confirmed the incident but declined to give details. "It’s true. Investigations into the incident have started," Brig Karemire said.
07:04
07:04

200 Masindi Inmates Ask for Plea Bargaining court

According to Katureebe 35,000 cases have been resolved across the country ever since the plea bargaining was launched.
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