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Saddam Juma gets CAF clearance for FUS Rabat tie saddam ibrahim juma 1

KCCA FCs new signing Saddam Ibrahim Juma has been cleared to feature in the Saturday game away to FUS Rabat in the group stage of the CAF Total Confederations Cup.
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Justice Ministry Fails to Account for Over UGX 1 Billion Oil Cash oil cases 2

These include an expenditure of 726 million Shillings for which vouchers for activities ranging from 2012-2016.cannot be traced and a payments of 290 million Shillings, part of which was received by one signatory on behalf of 12 recipients. The committee observed that in some cases, acknowledgement lists have been attached but the officers who signed for the money are not stated.
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Police Maintains Custody of Minors Arrested in Kaweesi Murder 2

The children aged between two and 14 years were taken into custody on March 19 2017, two days after the tragedy in which Kaweesi was killed alongside his bodyguard Kenneth Erau and driver Godfrey Mambewa in Kulambiro, a suburb of Kampala.
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UTL Creditors Meeting to Decide Fate of Indebted Firm bemanya twebaze

The meeting is closed to the media, but Provia Nangobi, the publicist of Uganda Registration Services Bureau, says a communiqu on the outcome of the meeting will be issued later. Sources say many creditors, including competitors, are attending the closed-door meeting. It is not yet clear if the Libyans are in attendance, having threatened to sue the government if they are not compensated for their capitalization of the telco.
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Researcher Stella Nyanzi Granted Bail cyber crimes 1 Top story

Nyanzi is charged with two counts of cyber harassment and offensive communication contrary to provisions of the Computer Misuse Act. Nyanzi was also charged with using the internet to disturb the peace and right to privacy of the president.
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Gov't to Review US $ 100,000 Security Deposit for Investors amelia kyambadde 3

Prossy Mbabazi, the Rubanda Woman Member of Parliament, claimed that foreign traders have displaced Ugandans from shops since can they pay rent in dollars. She says although they employ Ugandans, there is massive exploitation of Ugandan workers who need to be protected.
May 2017 6 results