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Jun 2020 7 results
16:58
16:58

Police Stops Meeting by Second-Hand Cloths Dealers Godfrey Kayongo 4 1

Geoffrey Kasita, the Defense Secretary St. Balikuddembe market, said they should be allowed to resume work because they are ready to comply with the Covid19 preventive guidelines.
16:22
16:22

Trade Minister Explains Difference Between Malls and Arcades Lockdown lifting 2 1

She listed Acacia Mall, Village Mall, Imperial Mall, Metroplex Mall, Oasis Mall, Garden City Mall, Kingdom Kampala Mall, Shoprite, (Lugogo Mall), Victoria Mall and Marigold, as the examples of malls in Kampala while Mutaasa Kafeero, Ggaliraaya Energy Center, Kizito Arcade, Arua Park Arcade, Nalubwama Arcade, Nabukeera Arcade, and Qualicell as examples of arcades in Kampala.
16:14
16:14

Covid-19 Positive Truck Driver Intercepted in Kampala 4 2

Moses Wanyama, the owner of the truck, said his driver returned from South Sudan, drove up to Masaka town where he loaded coffee bags and later offloaded them at Namanve industrial park along Kampala -Jinja road.
13:31
13:31

Companies, Shops Ask Landlords to Reduce Space they Rent Judy Rugasira 1 2 Top story

Estate agent Knight Frank managing director Judy Rugasira said in a Zoom meeting that closing retail businesses that depend on the day-to-day cash flows for 60-days was damaging. Many of the businesses were closed in March, as the country took aggressive measures to control the spread of coronavirus disease.
12:03
12:03

COVID-19 Community Testing Starts in Elegu Elegu Border Post 2

The town which shares a common border with South Sudan, approximately 100 kilometres north of Gulu has in recent weeks recorded a spike in COVID-19 positive cases mostly among truck drivers entering Uganda from South Sudan.
11:57
11:57

Katosi Water Project Workers Protest Salary Reductions SOGEA Satom ltd 3 1

Robert Ssembajja, one of the affected workers, says that they are entitled to salaries ranging between 450,000 to 900, 000 Shillings. He, however, says that they received between 100, 000 to 250, 000 Shillings for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors. He however, says that they received between Shillings 100, 000 to 250, 000 for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors.
08:08
08:08

Bus Companies Revise Transport Fares As Public Transport Returns 2 2 Top story

The buses are set to resume operations tomorrow June 4 on condition that each vehicle carries half of its capacity to ensure physical distancing. But as they resume, the transporters are expected to provide temperature guns to measure the body temperature of all travellers before they are allowed on board and ensure that whoever boards the vehicle has a face mask.
Jun 2020 7 results