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16:58
16:58

Continued Closure of DGF Hurting Ugandans - Swedish Envoy 1 4 Top story

Maria Håkansson said they are hopeful that the talks that they are currently involved in with the government will end up with the reopening of DGF. She was speaking at Sheraton Kampala Hotel during celebrations to mark The International Day of Democracy.
15:11
15:11

Court Dismisses Second Election Petition Against Nantaba Idah Nantaba 1

The petition was filed by Jacqueline Kobusingye Birungi. Birungi who contested as an independent candidate accuses Nantaba of forging the A-Level results she presented from Mukono Town Academy dated 1998.
08:18
08:18

Lira Leaders Demand Community Baraza's in Renewed Corruption Fight community barazas 5 1

A community Baraza brings together the District Technical Officers led by the Chief Administrative Officer supported by the heads of departments to present the implementation status of government and Non-Government Organizations programs to the citizens and representatives from the office of the Prime Minister.
07:57
07:57

Should Courts Dismiss Election Petitions On The Ground Of Nonservice? 4

But these two petitions were dismissed on the ground that the MPs were never served with the petitions. In the case of Ssegirinya, the presiding judge Henrietta Wolayo held that Kidandala disregarded the directives of the court in regards to serving the petition on Ssegirinya who was then on remand at Kitalya Prisons.
17:47
17:47

RDC Mpimbaza Hashaka Takes Over in Bukwo

Immediately after receiving the instruments of power, Hashaka asked the Bukwo CAO Swaib Balala to encourage transparency in public service and asked him to start giving information concerning government funded programs and by partners.
17:43
17:43

KCCA Starts Evaluation of Casual Workers As Contract Expires 4

Aisha Nampeera, a single mother of three, says that her job with KCCA as a sweeper is her only source of income. Nampeera narrates how she has endured work hazards including accidents to keep her job and earn a living for her family.
14:09
14:09

Minister Oryem Tells Traders to Avoid South Sudan if they Can't Handle its Challenges 3

Minister Oryem also said that when multilateral companies like Shoprite, Africell and Game fail to manage in Uganda and leave the country, other companies gladly replace them.
12:14
12:14

From Museveni to Private Guards, How Ugandans Reaped from 9/11 and War on Terror 1 2 Top story

As early as 2004, US was on the hunt for more manpower of private security personnel. Uganda was at hand to offer man power. This resulted into explosion of private security companies that were recruiting an exporting security guards to Iraq. Asker Security Service was the first company to export guards to Iraq in late 2005.
09:21
09:21

Malera LCs Mobilize Signatures for Censure of Sub Chairperson 6 2

Sam Oboi, the LC 1 chairperson of Kokwech village, says that they resolved to mobilise residents for the censure of the sub-county chairperson for failure to run his office.
19:57
19:57

KCCA Needs UGX 30bn to Compensate Ndeeba Market Vendors 7

KCCA was sued for illegal eviction and destruction of property. The court faulted KCCA for conducting the eviction on land they don’t own and awarded the vendors damages of 30 Billion Shillings.
19:43
19:43

Opposition Still Focused on Regime Change – Mpuuga 2 2

Mpuuga was appointed into the office by the President of the National Unity Platform Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu after his party emerged as the main opposition group, having won more parliamentary seats than all other opposition groups in the January polls.
18:27
18:27

KCCA Executive Committee Wants Sickle Cell Fund Established in Memory of BMK 4

During a council sitting on Wednesday at the Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA hall, Deputy Lord Mayor Doreen Nyanjura presented to the council a resolution by the City Executive Committee-CEC to establish a fund to support people living with Sickle Cell and promote sensitization about the condition.
12:27
12:27

Uganda’s Historical Artifacts to be Repatriated from England 1

The artifacts were collected by the British missionary John Roscoe in the late-nineteenth century, who was in the Kingdom of Buganda collecting ethnographic objects and operating partly under the direction of the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. According to Peterson, some of them were acquired with the aid of Katikkiro Apollo Kaggwa.
18:29
18:29

Court Dismisses Petition Against Katikamu South MP, Hassan Kirumira 2 2 Top story

In her ruling, Justice Apiny found that the petitioner did not serve EC as ordered and that in Kamba’s affidavit of service, he did not indicate whether he later served any of the Commission lawyers or sought other means to implement the service.
17:40
17:40

Owner of Murram Mine that Buried two Teens in Kyotera Arrested, Four Mines Closed 2

The suspect has been identified as Saada Nakibuule, 60, a resident of Bugango village in Kabano-Sanje parish in Kasasa sub-county where the incident occurred.
16:48
16:48

Science Under Threat: UVRI Boss Speaks Out Against Political Interference 4 1 Top story

science is increasingly coming under the threat of politicization and abuse by actors during pandemics and epidemics says Dr. Tom Lutalo, the Deputy Director Uganda Virus Research Institute.
16:20
16:20

DP Demands Minister Otafiire’s Resignation, Interrogation over ‘Reckless Statements’ masaka killings 1 3

Meantime, at the press briefing held at City House, Luyimbazi mentioned that Democratic Party will not turn down the invitation to join The Inter-party Organisation for dialogue(IPOD), a platform that brings together political parties for dialogue.
13:11
13:11

Don’t “Cook Research” Musenero Tells Ugandan Scientists 4 1 Top story

The minister says without integrity in scientific research many will question the credibility of the findings. Some researchers have been accused of faking findings for financial gain.
11:30
11:30

Court Dismisses Nyanzi's Petition Against Nsereko 7 Top story

Justice Margaret Apiny dismissed the application of his judgement read by the Judiciary Spokesperson, Jamson Karemanion grounds that Nyanzi failed to serve Nsereko, who was the third respondent to the application.
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