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16:37
16:37

URA Raises Red Flag on Smuggling at Elegu tax payers 3 1

Ivan Kakaire, the URA Regional Manager in charge of customs in Elegu says that the commonly smuggled goods across the porous border include fuel, powdered milk, sugar and rice among others.
10:19
10:19

Uganda, South Sudan Military Chiefs Meet Over Border Security African Union 4 1

The day-long meeting took place at the UPDF 4th Division Barracks in Gulu City West Division. The meeting was aimed at sharing challenges to foster strengthened border security mechanisms and adapting to peaceful working relations.
16:57
16:57

Museveni Urges Warring Factions In Ethiopia To Negotiate Peace 2

There are already allegations of massive massacres of civilians which some human right agencies have equated to crimes against humanity. Abiy Ahmed, who has been the Ethiopian Prime Minister since April 2018, had been credited for trying to reform the country that has a history of repressive regimes. Although he is generally regarded as a man of peace, the very reason he won the noble peace prize of 2020, he has vowed to continue his offensive until the Tigray Forces stand down.
15:56
15:56

Health Ministry Activates Electronic Cargo and Driver Tracking System in Elegu 1 2

Launched in September, the tracking system is a mobile phone application that enables the issuance of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) digital certificates that are mutually recognized by the East Africa Community partner states.
16:46
16:46

IGAD Members Finally Endorse Cross Border Pastoralism livestock 4 1

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) member states have finally endorsed the implementation roadmap for the IGAD transhumance protocol that will allow cross border pastoralism.
15:16
15:16

Joseph Kabuleta Promises Affirmative Action for Northern Uganda Bomah Hotel 5 1

Speaking in Gulu City, Kabuleta explained that while the rest of Uganda was largely peaceful and having unhindered economic growth, northern region stagnated due to the rebellion and thus the population need a special government programme.
18:46
18:46

Downpours in Kenya, Tanzania Won't Affect Uganda - Mets 3 2

The Uganda National Meteorological Authority-UNMA says Uganda will continue receiving normal rainfall over several parts of the country in the next five days. This is despite a heavy rainfall projection from Kenya between today and Tuesday
15:14
15:14

Maize Prices May Drop as Kenyans Avoid Processed Maize standards 5

Justine Namubiru, the project manager at the East African Grain Council says the foreign dealers do not trust the handling and processing standards by Ugandans and so they prefer to involve themselves right from the farm to the markets.
08:52
08:52

EAC Mission Hails Peaceful Election as Magufuli Wins Tanzanian Vote

The mission led by former Burundi President, Sylvester Ntibantunganya says all political parties and candidates were able to conduct their campaigns across the country freely, while the opening of polling stations followed existing laws and procedures.
06:52
06:52

UPDF Hands Over Bodies of S. Sudan Soldiers Killed in Lamwo

Two South Sudan soldiers were shot dead and one captured alive by UPDF on Tuesday afternoon in a heated gunfire exchange as they defended an illegal roadblock they had erected on Ugandan territory, 1.5 kms from Ngomoromo Border Post in Lokung sub-county.
17:18
17:18

Why and How Some Ugandans Have Voted in Tanzanian Elections 3 1

A Tanzanian polling official at Kabakesa polling station in Tanzania explained to us in fluent Luganda that the voters were validated on appearance in the voter registers, presenting of a Tanzania National ID, Voter’s Card or a Passport; that anybody who appears in the register and fulfills any of the other requirements cannot be stopped from voting.
09:26
09:26

Uganda Lobbying to Host EAC Statistics Bureau 4

Dr Albert Byamugisha, the Board chairman of Uganda National Bureau of Statistics, says that Uganda is best placed to host the bureau since the UBOS office in Entebbe was established in 1946 to collect and disseminate statistics for the East Africa Protectorate under the British colonial government.
06:51
06:51

Parliament Approves UGX 200B for DRC Road roads 3 1 Top story

Uganda and DRC entered a bilateral agreement to implement strategic infrastructure projects which includes constructing the road from Kasindi to Beni measuring about 80 kilometres, Beni to Butembo measuring 54 kilometres and the Bunagana border to Ruchuru-Goma road which measures 89 kilometres.
11:14
11:14

EA Business Council Seeks End to COVID-19 Testing for Truck Drivers regional trade 3 1 Top story

Stagnant queues of trucks headed to Uganda through the Busia border currently stretch more than 15 kilometres
12:01
12:01

Fishermen Demand Common Fishing Standards Across East Africa 3 1

Daudi Mugerwa, the chairperson of Fish Traders Association at Ddimo Landing Site in Masaka district says that while Uganda deployed soldiers to enforce standards, their efforts are being frustrated by the counterparts from Kenya and Tanzania who are still carrying out indiscriminative fishing with no restraints from their governments.
18:42
18:42

Museveni, Kagame Hold Virtual Summit on Regional Security 1 Top story

The virtual summit follows two others before the outbreak of the Coronavirus that took place in Luanda in order to bridge the differences between Uganda and Rwanda. The two brotherly countries have had frosty relations in the recent years stemming from the accusations from both sides of supporting negative forces in each other’s country.
17:39
17:39

Tanker Overturns with Gallons of Flammable Liquid in Amuru Accident 1

Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson Patrick Jimmy Okema says that the tanker registration number KBV 279 F/ ZE 3687 Mercedes Benz Actross was carrying flammable liquid from Kenya through Uganda to South Sudan.
18:27
18:27

Ugandans Close Food Shops in South Sudan to Protest Wanton Killings intimidation 2 1

On Sunday, September 27, unknown gunmen waylaid three Ugandan traders en-route to Gumbo Market and demanded a ransom of three million South Sudanese Pounds (8.5 million Shillings) for each of them. Those kidnapped included Mayende Kamaadi, Ahmed Ssebagala and Peter Tusiime.
11:16
11:16

Flooding Leaves New Threat of ‘Catastrophic’ Hunger Levels in South Sudan

Across Jonglei and Unity State, homes and clinics have been submerged, communities have been stranded and animals “lie dead in the fields”, WFP said in a statement. Schools that were due to open next week “are filled with the homeless”.
14:14
14:14

5-year EAC Strategic Plan Targets Fast-tracking Political, Monetary Unions customs union

The legislators also noted that there are severe threats to the realization of the objectives of the regional integration, including the inter-State conflicts and political instability in some Partner States which affect the smooth implementation of the integration agenda.
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