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14:03
14:03

Rwanyamahembe Town Council Leaders Demand Investigations into the Operations of Kashari Dairy Farmers Cooperative 5 1

Peterson Kakuru, the LC III Chairperson of Rwanyamahembe Town Council, says the operations of Kashari Dairy Farmers cooperative are questionable since they inherited everything that belonged to the then Uganda Diary Cooperation.
12:56
12:56

We Appointed Inexperienced Board, Managers At Uganda Airlines-Minister Kasaija 3 6

Kasaija says that the operations of the national carrier have been dodged by mismanagement and the gross impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global travels among other issues.
11:23
11:23

NOTU Gives Parliament Week's Ultimatum On NSSF Bill workers mps 2 1

Usher Wilson Owere, the NOTU Chairperson, says that they have given parliament an ultimatum of up to November Thursday 18th, 2021 to pass the bill into law to allow workers access their savings, or else they mobilize workers to protest the delay.
11:08
11:08

Kiteezi Residents Decry Slow Business Due to Poor Road 9 2

Fred Tusuubira of Tusuubira traders, says that the sorry state of the road has taken a huge toll on business in the area due to the fact that vehicles that would deliver goods only stop at Mpererwe.
09:59
09:59

Deadly Metal Scrap Trade in Kapeeka Signals Desperation of Youth Unemployment Caritas Kasanaensis 7 1

Fr. Muheezangango, says that although the metal scrap dealers are somehow benefiting from the trade, the business has seemingly triggered more harm than good. He has cited the deadly explosions in Nakaseke, which claimed one person and left four other nursing injuries.
09:04
09:04

Kasangati Farmers Get Improved Banana Seedlings from NAADs 4 1

Tom Muwonge the Mayor of Kasangati town council, says that about 3000 farmers expected to receive the banana seedlings but NAADS only managed to distribute 1300 seedlings leaving out other farmers.
08:34
08:34

State House Blocks MP Kakooza From Developing Disputed Lubowa Land 5 Top story

Susan Abbo, the Senior Private Secretary to the President and head of the land department has directed Kakooza to "halt all his intended activities on the contentious land, until this matter is finally disposed of in courts of law.”
Nov 2021 7 results