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16:28
16:28

MP Nambooze Wants Probe into KCCA Resignations Parliament 1

The Member of Parliament for Mukono Municipality Betty Nambooze has asked Parliament to probe into continued resignation of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) staff.
13:25
13:25

MOH Asks KCCA to Construct Walking, Running Lanes Ministry of Health 1

The health ministry wants KCCA to provide walking and running lanes on Kampala's roads
14:26
14:26

Government Takes Over Determination of Garbage Collection Fees in Kampala

Currently, the companies charge between Shillings 3000 and 30,000 monthly for garbage collection from residential and commercial buildings, which they decide without involving Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).
14:48
14:48

Street Preachers Defy KCCA Ban pastors 5 1

In 2017, Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA issued a directive banning preaching the gospel on the streets. They argued that the directive was intended to restore trade, traffic order, control development and noise pollution in the city.
11:34
11:34

Nansana Municipality Adopts Online Revenue Payment System 1 5

The system requires clients to register online with details of their names and contacts. They are then given a regular Payment Advice Slip on phone or e-mail, which is in turn used to effect the payment through online banking or mobile money services. All local government taxes are payable using the system.
10:50
10:50

Makerere Directed to Deposit UGX 3.2 Billion in Industrial Court bennet magara 1

Sylvia Nabaggala, the Court Registrar of the Industrial Court while ruling on the matter on Wednesday instructed Makerere to deposit the money to the Courts account, if the application is to proceed.
10:48
10:48

Poverty Leading Cause of Urban Malnutrition-Nutritionists village health team 4 1

Data from the Health ministry shows that on average 25 percent of the female population and 15 percent males in the country are underweight as a result of malnutrition.
16:42
16:42

KCCA Bans Food Vending in Kabowa After Cholera Outbreak naguru hospital 4 1

Dr Joyce Moriku, the State Minister of Public Health says that the sanitary conditions in Kabowa are worrying. She explained that the area where the outbreak occurred is over congested with over 100 residents who lack adequate sanitary facilities and as a result they dump faecal matter into drainage channels.
17:10
17:10

KCCA Hands Over UGX 7Bn Infrastructure Projects to Makerere makerere university 2 6

Musisi challenged Makerere University to mobilise its community to improve its environment and drop the tendency of waiting for donors.
17:21
17:21

National Ambulance System to Function like Uber Services kampala 1 3

Dr. Henry Mwebesa, the Director General Health Services under Ministry of Health, says under the comprehensive plan, all ambulances at hospitals including those donated by members of parliament will be governed by the new system.
16:44
16:44

Besigye Condemns LDU Recruitment 5 1

Addressing journalists on Thursday Besigye said that the intention and recruitment of LDUs has nothing to do with managing crime, but managing politics. Dr Besigye claims that this move is part of governments plan to eliminate political opponents arguing that such security measures by the president were laughable.
19:45
19:45

Mak Warns Former Student Rep For "Tainting' University Image marion kirabo 1 Top story

Because of your alleged involvement in the above and in order to protect the brand image of the century-prestigious institution as well as ensure conducive Teaching and Learning environment for scholarship, I hereby serve you the first and final warning against such mischievousness, reads Kirabos warning letter in part.
07:52
07:52

Makerere to Challenge KCCA Labor Officer Ruling in Industrial Court 1 2

Vincent Mugisha of Kesiime Co advocates, the administrative staffs lawyer, says that the university has challenged the directive in the industrial court.
06:55
06:55

Makerere Assistant Lecturers File Notice of Intent to Sue University charles barugahare 5

Through their lawyers, the lecturers demand that the university pays their arrears of 2015/16 to date amounting to Shillings 38.5billion thirty-eight billion five hundred forty-seven million one hundred seventy-nine thousand nine hundred sixty shillings.
20:09
20:09

Court Orders for Written Submissions in Lukwago, Kamya Case

Lukwago went to court early this year accusing Kamya of illegally passing off as the political head of Kampala Capital City Authority, KCCA yet she isnt an elected leader.
15:20
15:20

Urban Refugees Struggling to Access Basic Services –Report 1 2

The report follows a survey undertaken in the areas of Bwaise, Kazo, Katwe, Kansanga, Mengo, Kisenyi, Kawempe and Nakulabye, where scores of refugees have settled. Research teams interviewed a total of 1,300 randomly selected households among them, 700 refugee households.
18:11
18:11

KCCA Labour Court to Rule on Mak, Administrative Staff Dispute makerere university 3 1

The staffs have asked the labour officer to award them punitive damages, with an intention to deter Makerere University and its managers from engaging in conduct similar to that which formed the basis of the lawsuit.
14:39
14:39

Makerere Rejects Orders to Halt Staff Recruitment makerere university 3

Some of the complainants including Mary Nakyewa, Bennet Magara, Joseph Kalema, Thomas William Baguma and George Turyamureeba told URN that the interviews were conducted at the Main Building under heavy police and military deployment.
10:40
10:40

Bodaboda Riders Jubilate over Kitatta Arrest boda boda 2010 1 6

Hamza Abaho, a Bodaboda rider told URN that although he was one of the first committee members of Bodaboda 2010 association, he was uncomfortable when their activities were infiltrated by police. He is optimistic that the latest developments could bring sanity to the bodaboda industry.
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14:47

Health Ministry Hands Over Ambulances to KCCA ministry of health 1 2

Dr. Solomon Segawa, the undersecretary Ministry of Health, says the ministry is planning to procure more ambulances to add to the seven that have been handed over.
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