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20:26
20:26

KCCA, UTB Enter Agreement to Promote Kampala as a Tourist Destination 2 1

The Chief Executive Officer of UTB Lilly Ajarova says that the MoU shall enable the two agencies to improve the quality of services offered to tourists in Kampala. She says there are two types of tourism, leisure tourism, and business tourism. Leisure tourism involves entertainment while business tourism is largely concerned with meeting, conferences, and exhibitions.
20:15
20:15

Nakawa Market Vendors Receive Tarpaulins to Manage Rain Challenge KCCA 4 1

Speaking at the handover of the items to Kampala City Council Authority, Samuel Mabala, the country advisor Cities Alliance noted that through interaction with vendors, it came to their notice that there was a need to address the poor sanitation in the market.
18:11
18:11

Opposition Tasks Gov’t on New Covid Variant Response Omicron variant 4 1

Among the interventions proposed by the Opposition is the formation of a joint East African Community Taskforce to develop a common approach towards handling of the Omicron variant.
17:21
17:21

Kamwokya TLC Multipurpose Sports Facility Taking Shape lawrence mukiibi 5 2 Top story

Lawrence Mukiibi, the Coordinator of the Youth Program at Kamwokya Christian Caring Center, says that they expect to complete the works in February next year.
17:07
17:07

National Housing Tired of Doing Government's, National Water's Job Stanbic Bank Uganda 1 3

Kaijuka pointed out that in many places where they have established housing estates, they have had to fix sewage, built lagoons and roads which should be a responsibility of National Water and Sewerage Corporation, and the government.
16:19
16:19

Top Researcher Seeks to Identify Women at Risk of Developing Maternal Complications 4 1

Prof. Annette Nakimuli who has previously discovered the gene in African women that pre-disposes them to high blood pressure in pregnancy or preeclampsia will now be studying characteristics of women who are likely to suffer four maternal health related complications so that health workers can intervene early on. The complications include Preeclampsia, pre-term birth, still birth and intra- uterine growth restriction where a baby in the womb does not grow as normally expected.
15:53
15:53

MP Rukaari Fails to Present Evidence for Purchase of Nsambya Railway land COSASE 3 1 Top story

On Tuesday morning, the Mbarara North Division legislator, Robert Mwesigwa Rukaari appeared before the committee chaired by the Nakawa West legislator, Joel Ssenyonyi as one of the beneficiaries of the URC land. Tasked to show proof of purchase, Rukaari said that he used a bank draft, which was not receipted.
15:06
15:06

UPDF Wants to Take Lead in Reclaiming Swamps, Wetlands Disaster Management 4 1

Brig. Gen. Stephen Oluka wants the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) to be given the mandate to reclaim swamps and wetlands in the country.
14:32
14:32

PSU Probing 10 Drivers Over Misuse of Police Ambulances 1 1

Several people have lodged complaints at PSU accusing the drivers of asking them to pay money before they could drive their patients to hospitals. Some drivers, according to complaints at PSU, refused to drive the patients when relatives failed to pay the money they had asked.
14:06
14:06

Uganda National Beach Soccer League to Resume Next Month 1 2

Julius Mutebi, UBSA Communications Director revealed that the league will be played in two groups, the Monsoon group, and the Hurricane group, with each group comprising of six teams.
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13:47

COVID-19 Vaccination 21 Times More Expensive Compared to Other Mass Campaigns WHO 2 1 Top story

The first phase of the vaccination targeting health workers, teachers, security personnel, the elderly, and persons above the age of 50 was budgeted to cost Shillings 1.3 trillion. The second phase that is still ongoing and targets communities reporting high infections is budgeted to cost Shillings 46 billion.
11:56
11:56

New COVID-19 Variants to Keep Emerging for 10 Years -Scientists WHO 4 1

According to Ugandan scientists, the virus keeps on mutating due to pressure from vaccines and therapeutics. They say the only way Ugandans will be able to protect themselves is by adhering to SOPs and getting vaccinated using newer versions of vaccines formulated to deal with new variants
11:39
11:39

Chief Justice, Principal Judge Warn Judicial Officers Against Corruption 3

The Chief justice warned judicial officers that taking bribes and engaging in other forms of corruption shall not only tarnish their name but affect their career. He says the salaries they earn are not that high but are sufficient to facilitate them if they managed the well.
11:04
11:04

Lab Technicians Put Gov't On Strike Notice Ministry Of Health

While medical laboratory technicians train for four years just like other health Workers at the University, Alibu says they don't do internships something that affects the quality of services.
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