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19:52
19:52

Gov't Launches National Campaign to Curb Defilement, Child Marriages 3

The one-year campaign is aimed at mobilizing the country to address defilement, child marriages, and teenage pregnancies so that a structured social dialogue can take place to create awareness.
19:34
19:34

UPDF-DRC Army Must Protect Civilians in ADF Operation -Amnesty International

The Ugandan army announced on 30 November that it had, along with its "Congolese allies," launched air and artillery strikes against ADF camps in the DRC. The information was later confirmed by the Congolese government.
19:07
19:07

Ndejje Students to Miss Graduation over Failure to Complete Online Exams 1 3

A section of students of Ndejje University will not graduate after they failed to submit their examinations online.
18:39
18:39

Amudat Residents go Thirsty as UGX1.9B Water System Dries up

The system which was constructed, installed and connected to pipes at the cost of 1.9 billion shillings has dried up leaving the majority of people in Amudat with no option but to share dirty water with livestock.
17:55
17:55

Leaders in Kamuli Accuse Civil Servants of Withholding Information 5

Maxwell Charles Mugude, the Kamuli LCV Chairperson, says although politicians are supposed to be supervising what civil servants and technocrats are doing, many times politicians are denied access to basic information which complicates their duties.
17:03
17:03

UPDF Halts Use of Armoured Vehicles on ADF Rebels Over Bad Roads 2

Major Peter Mugisa says that UPDF trucks and other heavy equipment are stuck and can’t cross from Mukakati Village to the ADF camps due to the bad roads. Mugisa added that they will halt the operation for a week as they wait for Graders and other equipment to open the roads and repair Semuliki bridge.
15:24
15:24

Amolatar District Councilors Granted Bail, Released

The four were arrested, charged and remanded on November 28, for attacking the District Service Commission offices (DSC) and ejecting the acting secretary of the commission. It is said that the group also removed from the notice board, a list of candidates that had been shortlisted for interviews and locked the commission offices.
13:34
13:34

Fresh Graduate Helps the Needy to Cope with COVID-19 Effects resilience 5 1

Nkwanga notes that charity has been a lifelong passion for him in that after making close to 100 job applications in vain, he resolved to take care of children that had lost parents during the Covid-19 crisis.
11:30
11:30

Gulu University Students, Management Differ on Payment of Extra Living Out Allowance 1 3

Representatives of the students have since September this year been demanding payment of additional living out allowances for what they describe as an extended period of the second-semester academic calendar.
08:34
08:34

New Campaign Launched, to End Rise in Gender-Based Violence Online

The 'bodyright' initiative running as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Violence Against Women campaign, highlights that intellectual property is more highly valued and better protected online than images of human bodies, which are often uploaded to the Internet without consent, and used maliciously.
08:03
08:03

Strange Disease Claims More than 10 Lives in Kyotera 5

Denis Muyunga, the area LCIII Chairman, says that the residents first developed symptoms such as nausea, severe fever, vomiting, chest pain, a sore throat, abdominal pain, swelling on the arms, and diarrhoea. A number of them died within two or three days after presenting the symptoms.
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