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12:57
12:57

Inadequate Local Revenue Collection, Corruption in Nansana Irks Local Gov't Minister 1 3

He argues that Nansana municipality has potential of increasing its local revenue collection to as much as Shillings 20billion without revising the current tax rates.
12:46
12:46

COVID-19: Uganda’s Cases Rise to 977 WHO 1 Top story

The six cases that were reported were part of 3,451 samples that were tested yesterday. Four of the confirmed cases are truck drivers who entered the country through the Malaba Point of entry while two are community cases from Moyo and Tororo districts
12:07
12:07

Yumbe District Leaders Speak Out on Interdiction of RDC 1 1

Andama was interdicted by the office of the President on July 2nd in a letter signed by Yunus Kakande, Secretary office of the President on five accounts including corruption and disclosure of classified information.
11:22
11:22

Fresh Details Emerge on Mak Student's Death 3 3 Top story

Jane Aguti, whose brother, Nicholas Omase is locked up says police was the first to chase Tegu and even fired three bullets. According to Aguti, although she doesn’t know why the officers were chasing the deceased, she suspects that the mob could have responded to the gunshots.
08:19
08:19

Mityana District Chairperson Joseph Luzige Assaulted by LDU 2

Motorcycles are not allowed to carry passengers, and their operations are restricted to 5 p.m. according to guidelines issued by President Yoweri Museveni as part of the measures to control the spread of COVID-19.
06:31
06:31

Food Prices Drop in Nakapiripirit District farmers 2

Unlike, other districts of Karamoja, Nakapiripirit experiences two planting seasons in a year. Farmers in the district mainly grow beans, maize, cassava and other crops while most districts in Karamoja majorly grow sorghum.
06:08
06:08

Fisheries Unit Struggles to Eradicate Monofilament Nets illegal nets 1 1

The use of monofilament nets was banned as part of the measures to prevent depletion of stocks arising from the collection of immature fish and other water species.
05:38
05:38

Relatives Could be Asked to Donate Blood for Loved Ones if Shortage Persists COVID-19 2 2

The desperate move comes amidst a shortage of blood due to the lockdown that led to the closure of educational institutions which are the major blood donors. The blood Bank collected 56,800 Units against a target of 75,000 units of blood during the month of April, the time when the country was in total lockdown
05:14
05:14

Busia District Leaders Halt Enforcement of Face Mask Use 2

The border district received 305,000 face masks for distribution as part of a government declaration calling for the mandatory wearing of masks to safeguard communities against COVID-19. But the masks were not enough to cover the people fall within the bracket of those targeted for the distribution of masks.
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