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Mar 2019 9 results
20:19
20:19

Bahati Denies Benefitting from South Sudan Compensation 3 1

The State Minister for Finance in charge of Planning, David Bahati has denied owning a company that benefited from compensation over loss of business in South Sudan.
20:08
20:08

Ronald Ssebulime Was Innocently Murdered-Police deceased 1

On Wednesday, Fred Enanga, the Police spokesperson apologized and withdrew the police’s earlier statement which indicated that Ssebulime was shot dead for allegedly planning to assassinate Nantaba.
17:45
17:45

MPs Task Gov't to Explain Ssebulime’s Shooting ministry of ict 2 1

Alum Santa, the Oyam Woman MP says the manner in which the shooting of Ssebulime is being explained is inconsistent. She wants the government to issue a statement explaining what exactly led to Ssebulime’s death.
17:01
17:01

Minister Bahati Grilled Over Uganda-South Sudan Traders Compensation 4 1

A Select Committee of Parliament has today quizzed the State Minister for Planning, David Bahati over the selective implementation of a parliamentary resolution regarding payment of Ugandan Companies which supplied goods to South Sudan.
13:49
13:49

US-Based University Hailed for Changing Face of HIV in Uganda Makerere University 6 2

The US-based institution first came into Uganda in 1988, after a Presidential invitation to Nobel Laureate Dr Frederick C. Robbins, to assist the country to deal with the HIV/AIDS epidemic. From the beginning, the Collaboration focused on building capacity and providing training through research on HIV/AIDS and TB.
12:45
12:45

Parliament Asked to Toughen on Accounting Officers 6

The Assistant Auditor General Keto Nyapendi Kayemba has called on members of parliament who sit on mainly accountability, budget and finance committees to be tougher on accounting officers on public funds.
10:41
10:41

Professor Eli Katunguka Appointed NCHE Chairperson Gulu University 2

Professor Katunguka will head the Council consisting of eighteen eminent persons for the next five years effective March 22, 2019, the date of appointment. He replaces Professor Pen Mogi, former Vice Chancellor of Gulu University.
07:54
07:54

Uganda Tasked to Review Malaria Control Interventions malaria burden 2

Malaria is endemic in approximately 95 per cent of the country, affecting over 90 per cent of the Ugandan population. According to records by the Malaria Control Programme, clinically diagnosed malaria accounts for 30-50 per cent of outpatient visits at health facilities, 15-20 per cent of all hospital admissions, and up to 20 per cent (10,500) of all hospital deaths in the country annually.
Mar 2019 9 results