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17:56
17:56

Health Ministry Not Discussing Madagascar’s COVID-19 Herbal Treament Coronavirus 1

The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health Dr Diana Atwine has said Government has not yet considered the use of Madagascar’s herbal tonic for treatment of COVID-19 and is not discussing it.
17:42
17:42

Basketball Body Ponders Next Move for 2020 National Championship FIBA 1

The Uganda National Basketball League (NBL) has announced plans to have teams play half of the total numbers of games as it ponders the return of the league amidst the COVID-19 Lockdown.
17:31
17:31

Three People Arrested for Alleged Murder in Kawempe 1

Preliminary information indicates that Police received information from one of the residents who had seen three people dumping a dead body near a water channel at Mambule Road. At the scene, Police discovered the body of a female adult with blood oozing from the nose.
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16:34

Truck Drivers Giving False Information at Entry Points-MOH COVID-19 Pandemic 3 1

Atek Kagirita, the ministry of health COVID-19 Incident Commander says instead of registering the number plates of cars, the clever driver registers the trailer number. As a result, officials are unsure about the whereabouts of 13 truck drivers who tested positive and are believed to have entered the country and exited without coming into contact with health officials after their results were released.
16:01
16:01

Pictorial; Shoreline Mansions, Beaches Face Ire of Rising L. Victoria Water Levels Top story

At popular shorelines such as Ggaba, Munyonyo, Mulungu and Kawuku, the affected homes include those owned by businessmen Hamis Kiggundu, Christopher Sembuya, of Sembuule Steel Mills Ltd, Pastor Robert Kayanja, and Pastor Gary Skinner.
15:40
15:40

IMF Sets Tough Terms For Emergence Loan to Uganda corruption 1

In a Zoom discussion with business reporters on Thursday, Maria Clara, the IMF country director for Uganda, said Kampala had promised to spend the money prudently but the Fund put conditions for its use. Corruption is still a prominent feature in Uganda, explaining why donors want to keenly see where their funds are spent.
15:40
15:40

Security Guard Shoots Colleague On Duty 1 1

It is alleged that Andama picked a quarrel with Daniel Amala, a private guard with whom they were guarding Hippo Borehole Company at Namilyango near Our Lady of Africa in Seeta. Trouble started after Amala hosted his girlfriend on the site.
15:26
15:26

Popular Herbal Mixture ‘Embaluka’ Adulterated with Viagra- NDA 1

According to David Nahamya, Embaluka Hard Core Drink, the brand name for the herbal concoction marketed as an energy boaster and treatment for among others premature ejaculation had high doses of the drug in addition to another one marketed as Mega Power manufactured by herbalists trading as Kaggwa Health Research Center.
14:55
14:55

Coming to Terms With Using Face Mask Ministry of Health 3 1

Aceng encouraged the public to start familiarizing themselves with masks, saying they will soon become mandatory especially in areas in the community where cases have been confirmed through the ongoing rapid assessment survey.
14:35
14:35

Displaced Kalerwe Vendors Establish Alternative Spaces to Run Business 6

Lubega, who serves as the Interim chairperson of vendors, says they talked to the Landlord who offered them land to construct a semi-permanent structure for the market.
14:17
14:17

CMI Commits Five Civilians, Soldier to General Court Martial 1

UPDF Spokesperson, Brig Richard Karemire, said in a statement that the culprits were charged at CMI’s Unitary Disciplinary Court chaired by Col Tom Kabuye.
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13:46

Lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde Arrested jane francis aboddo 1 Top story

Semakadde was picked up by four plain-clothed detectives from Twed Towers shortly after the hearing of their application seeking to compel the government to include lawyers on the list of essential service providers, on Thursday afternoon.
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10:49

UNEB Boss Speaks Out on Registration for Candidates, Examination Process Dan Odongo 3 1

He, however, adds that even though the country has been on lockdown, UNEB will not compromise on standards and therefore he urges candidates to make sure that they use every opportunity and platform put in place by government and schools to study across the curriculum.
08:06
08:06

Health System Overload Threatens Pregnant Women and Newborns – UNICEF 1

“Millions of mothers all over the world embarked on a journey of parenthood in the world as it was,” UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said. “They now must prepare to bring a life into the world, as it has become – a world where expecting mothers are afraid to go to health centres for fear of getting infected, or missing out on emergency care due to strained health services and lockdowns”.
07:36
07:36

Uganda Gets UGX 1.9 Trillion Emergency Funding from IMF 1

The money is approved under the Rapid Credit Facility program that is meant to help poor countries pick up pieces after being battered by the virus. The disbursement is 100 per cent of Uganda’s quota. IMF, the international lender of last resort, says the money will help Uganda fund health, social protection and macroeconomic stabilization measures.
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