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Jun 2022 8 results
11:50
11:50

Boat Operators, Private Developer Feud Over Landing Site 4 5 Top story

But Mujuni accuses the fishermen and boat operators of trespassing on his land, which he claims covers part of the lake.
10:44
10:44

Experts Weigh in On Cycling in Kampala 4 2 Top story

Saddam Kaggwa, an Urban Planner working with Actogether Uganda says that cycling can only be effective if the necessary Infrastructure is set up such that vehicles, motorcycles, bikes, and pedestrians don’t have to compete for space. During the COVID 19 lock-down, when private vehicles were banned Kaggwa used a bike but describes his experience as risky.
10:25
10:25

Oil and Gas Sector: More than 100 Bunyoro Youths Receive Skills to Supply Produce training 4

Christine Nnatongo, the strategic partnership, and programs advisor at Maendeleo Ya Jami challenged the youths to change their mindset and become business-oriented to be able to supply the oil and gas sector. She says the trainees have been availed with all the techniques and skills on how to meet the standards needed to supply the critical oil and gas sector.
08:23
08:23

Rwanda-DRC Conflict, Trade Barriers Main Challenge for EAC Boss in Second Year 6

Mathuki says soon the protocols and laws under the treaty will be enforceable and violations of these protocols will be punished to ensure compliance. Rwanda’s flag carrier, Rwandair also last week suspended flights to the DRC as the conflict escalated.
08:08
08:08

Investors Flee Karamoja as Armed Rustlers Targeting Mining Sites

Mohamed Ismail, the mayor of Moroto Municipality, says that they have registered an influx of street beggars most of them have been flushed from the mining sites in Rupa sub-county. "Am worried of burglary hitting the Municipality because we are receiving people including children who have been surviving from mining they are now all begging in the Municipality streets which dangerous," he said.
07:41
07:41

Over 500 People Encroach on Koboko Airfield Land 2 Top story

Paul Aloro, one of the elders in Koboko and a former pilot during Amin’s regime, says that the airfield was established to link Uganda to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan given the strategic location of the District. "It's now more than 30 years. I don't see planes landing there," Aloro said.
07:25
07:25

500 People in Panic Over Looming Eviction resident 3

Speaking to journalists on Saturday, the residents who use part of the land for distilling waragi, say they will lose their source of livelihood if the authorities evict them. Nelson Opoka is one of the affected residents. According to Opoka, he inherited the land from his late predecessors in 2003 and decided to construct rental units housing 12 tenants.
07:07
07:07

Works On Albertine’s Oil Fields Takeoff Despite Opposition PAU 2 Top story

Different engineering firms and their subcontractors have descended on Buhuka in Kikube and Buliisa districts. While there is an impression that many firms are shunning the project over environmental concerns, a number of foreign firms have taken up jobs in the oil fields.
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