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Jan 2014 9 results
18:03
18:03

Mourners at Col. Karegeya Funeral Service Call for Justice rwandan refugees 1 1 Top story

Speaking in a mixture of Runyakitara and English at the funeral today, Rev. Moses Isabirye wondered how people can fear a body without breath. Rev. Isabirye was referring to the refusal by Government to allow the former National Resistance Army (NRA), fighter’s body to be brought home for burial.
17:17
17:17

Parliament Formalizes Deployment of UPDF in South Sudan 4

Hassan Kaps Fungaroo, the shadow defense minister said there is need to look at the future of South Sudan, which should be based on the government of national unity.
16:17
16:17

UTBS Seeks More Than 100% Budget Increase mps 1 2

She also said UBTS needs more funds to procure more blood collection vehicles and freezers to preserve the donated blood.
15:33
15:33

Power Tariffs Reduced for the First Time in Nine Years 2 1 Top story

With effect from 16th January 2014, the end user tariff will be 520.4 shillings for domestic consumers instead of 524.5, 474.4 shillings for commercial consumers instead of 487.6, 452 shillings for medium industrial users instead of 458.9 and 310.4 shillings for large industrial consumers instead of 312.8.
13:06
13:06

Defense Minister to Parliament: Africa Must Learn to Defend Itself 3

This morning, Kiyonga tabled a motion in parliament under Article 210 (b) and section 40 of the UPDF Act 2005 seeking approval for the deployment of UPDF troops in South Sudan.
12:10
12:10

Government Orders KCCA to Pay Workers from Local Revenue

During the establishment of KCCA, government undertook to fund the authority for at least three years but it has now reneged in the promise.
11:48
11:48

KCCA FC Are Mapinduzi Cup Champions george nsimbe 1

He said the six matches they played in the tournament has prepared them for the CAF Champions\' League.
09:18
09:18

NRM Caucus Backs Deployment in South Sudan nrm mps 1 Top story

. According to the sources, during the meeting Defense minister Crispus Kiyonga justified the deployment of UPDF in South Sudan citing economic, humanitarian and security grounds.
07:09
07:09

NRM Caucus Split on Funding UPDF in South Sudan

However, his disclosure didn’t go down well with some MPs who argued that the South Sudan government should cover the expense since it sought help from UPDF.
Jan 2014 9 results