Breaking

Archive

Dec 8 results
12:43
12:43

Market Vendors Embrace Digital Platforms to Keep In Business Nakawa Market 3 5 Top story

Our reporter placed an order on WhatsApp through Deo Twikiriize, the team leader Nakawa Market Online Store. He explained to URN that he was working with several vendors in the market to supply him with goods on order.
10:22
10:22

COVID -19: Boda Boda Riders Continue to Defy Ban on Public Transport UGanda Police Force 2 1

Several boda boda riders have defied the ban on Public transport, a day after President Museveni banned all public means.
13:36
13:36

Travelers Continue to Flock Bus Terminals on Christmas, Fares Slashed Kampala 1 3

Esau Kansiime, a resident of Namugongo destined for Kabaale, says although he wanted to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with his family, he couldn't afford to travel during the peak of the season due to among other things the hire transport fares.
16:19
16:19

Pioneer Easy Bus Company Sued over Accident public transport

Tommy Bagenga alleges that he was knocked down by a speeding Pioneer Easy bus along Najeera-Kira road on July 31 last year. The petitioner contends that the bus driver Francis Irumba recklessly rammed into his motorcycle causing him serious body injuries.
17:56
17:56

Museveni Nullifies Taxi Drivers and Conductors Election taxis 1 Top story

President Museveni has nullified the election of taxi operators leadership which was held on Monday (Yesterday) at Nakivubo stadium.
19:06
19:06

Taxi Strike: Drivers Insist TAPSCOM Must Go utoda 1 2

The meeting was convened amidst a strike which paralyzed public transport in Kampala as taxi drivers led by members of the National Union of Drivers, Cyclists and Allied Workers (NUDCAW) kept their cars off the streets to protest the alleged harassment and extortion by KCCA workers.
07:49
07:49

UTODA Buses Begin Operations Wednesday public transport

According to the contract UTODA has signed with KCCA, operators are only permitted to run 25 buses on the streets for 12 months with each paying a monthly fee of 300,000 Uganda Shillings.
09:01
09:01

URA Gives Pioneer Bus 30 Day Lifeline public transport

The communication from URA says the deadline has been extended for 30 days to allow for negotiations with the bus company to take shape.
Dec 8 results