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06:57
06:57

Nawaikoke Police Station Closed After Officers Tested Positive for COVID-19 rural area

Dickson Nabimanya, the officer in charge of Nawaikoke Police Station says that the affected police personnel were isolated a week ago after presenting with COVID-19 symptoms. They have since tested positive for the virus.
15:21
15:21

Local Governments Directed to Repair All Non Functional Boreholes people 1 1

According to the circular dated March 31, the Water Ministry’s Permanent Secretary Alfred Okot Okidi advised all Chief Administrative Officers, to let all planned activities within the water department and focus on ensuring that the population in their respective areas access clean water.
18:55
18:55

Police Blocks Kaliro FDC Meeting district 2

Kamya said the party had earmarked some projects but wanted to get an input from the party members at the village level.
13:17
13:17

Only 24% of Bunyangabu Residents Wash Hands After Toilet Visit accessibility 2

According to the 2014 population census, Bunyangabu district has 170,000 people but the number is expected to have increased to 200, 000, which means only 48,000 residents wash hands after visiting the toilet.
16:54
16:54

River Enyau Bridge Worrying district 2 2

The bridge that crosses over River Enyau along Pajulu road is eroded on both sides exposing motorists to danger.
13:22
13:22

Proposed Deployment of LDUs Draws Mixed Reactions from City Residents area 6

John Bosco Karwanyi also a Boda boda rider and resident of Kifumbira zone in Kamwokya, says the LDUs should be deployed in rural areas with limited police posts and stations.
16:11
16:11

Masaka Operates More Than 30 Children for Hernia Monthly village 1 3 Top story

Two-year-old Ronald Mukisa was born with inguinal hernia and underwent surgery at Masaka Regional Referral hospital.
11:14
11:14

German Envoy Asks Ugandans to Control Child Birth floor 4

Dr. Conze was supported by Aidah Wetungu, the Executive Director Mbale NGO Forum who noted that there is no more land to contain the growing population, which calls for birth control.
18:24
18:24

Eastern Uganda Most Violent Region Against Children-Report people 1 3

At least 33.9 percent of the children in Eastern Uganda face sexual forms of violence followed by 30.4 percent in Central and 21.8 percent in Northern Uganda. Sexual violence in the Western region stands at 20.2 percent on average.
16:07
16:07

BoU: Mobile Money Taxes are Unfair and Discriminative bank of uganda 2

Abuka noted that although placing a charge on mobile money withdrawals would increase revenue, the tax is inefficient, uncertain and complex. He explained that the mobile money levy goes against tax policy
20:25
20:25

MPs to Government: Don't Rush Phasing Off Airtime Scratch Cards area 3

Tumwebaze says the electronic airtime will also improve revenue collection since URA can now tell how much airtime the telecom companies sell and also minimize the waste generated from the scratch card.
19:11
19:11

From the Hansard: How MPs Debated Social Media and Mobile Money Tax-PART 1 people 1 Top story

As the debate on the new Shilling 200 per day Over the Top OTT commonly known as social media tax and one percent tax on mobile money rages on, Uganda Radio Network traces back the debate by Members of the Tenth Parliament, in which they handled the two taxes. Uganda Radio Network revisits the debate on the taxes and brings you the details of who said what.
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