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22:42
22:42

Presidents Office Returns UGX 2.9b COVID-19 Cash to Treasury Parliament 1 2

The money is part of an allocation of 16.8 billion Shillings which the office received to facilitate COVID-19 response activities in April.
22:08
22:08

Parliament Probes Mass Layoffs at Vision Group journalism 4 1 Top story

A number of workers were sent on Forced leave with a pay of 500,000 Shillings a month, to sustain them during this period. Several others were terminated in a decision, which according to the company’s Chief Executive Robert Kabushenga, was in response to the changed media industry circumstances.
20:04
20:04

Gov't Seeks to Suspend Delegates Conferences Ahead of 2021 Polls 1 2

The regulations seek to provide guidance on the conduct of meetings and elections at a time when the world is challenged with managing crowds in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
17:37
17:37

President Museveni Assents to Four Electoral Laws 1 1

However, the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs said that President Yoweri Museveni declined to assent to the Local Government (Amendment) Bill.
17:36
17:36

Security Might Kill more Ugandans than COVID-19, Warns MPs 1 3

Members of Parliament want Government to prevail on errant security officials saying many Ugandans may die as a result of security brutality than of COVID-19.
17:20
17:20

Custodian Board Admits Selling Contested Property to Mukwano COSASE Sub-committe 1

The MPs have been specifically investigating how UNRA paid out 7 billion Shillings as compensation to Mukwano Industries to take over Plot 13/25 and Plot M30 Press House road.
16:31
16:31

CCEDU Wants Special Law on 2021 Polls 2021 elections 1 4

The former Minister for Ethics and Integrity wondered why the government does not view the Covid-19 pandemic as an emergency which can lead to the postponement of the polls.
07:58
07:58

Attorney General to Table New Political Parties Regulations 2021 Elections 6 1

William Byaruhanga said that he will present the regulations on Thursday for debate and possible approval.
07:26
07:26

No Money to Pay South Sudan Traders-Kasaija juba crisis 3 1

Appearing on Wednesday to explain about the delay of payment of the traders, Kasaija said Government did not have money to pay the traders because it had deferred several other payments due to lack of money in the COVID-10 crisis.
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