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17:40
17:40

We Raised Prices to Control Demand- Fuel Dealers Fuel prices 4 3

Fuel prices have been rising sharply since early last year but since the beginning of this month, they have risen more sharply by up to 1,300 shillings per litre. In some places around Kampala, prices went up to 5,700 shillings for petrol and 4,400 for diesel per litre by Saturday.
17:30
17:30

Pupils in Ntoroko to Study in Tents 2 3

On Sunday, UNICEF delivered 10 tents each measuring 72 meters to help learners in the affected schools to enable learners to resume studies as they wait for the district to construct permanent structures.
16:59
16:59

Victims of Violent Land Conflict in Amuru Struggling to Survive 1 5

The violent conflict left dozens of people injured, household properties worth millions of shillings destroyed, and crop gardens measuring hundreds of acres razed to the ground.
16:51
16:51

Schools in Sironko Operating in Appalling State 7 3

At Bugunzu Primary School, Scovia Nafuna, the School Deputy Headteacher says that one of the classroom blocks had its roofs blown off and the pupils are now studying in a resource center.
16:11
16:11

Parents in Kasese Hesitant to Return Learners to School school re-opening 9 2

School administrators argue that parents are trying to avoid paying schools fees until their convinced of their children's safety.
15:03
15:03

Primary Six Pupils in Budaka Reject Automatic Promotion 1 6

Celimo Constantino and Nkowe Moses, both parents said that it makes no sense to promote the pupils to P7 when they did not study P.6.
14:53
14:53

Gov't Releases UGX 500M for Renovation of Maziba Primary School 3 2

The structures that include seven classroom blocks, head teacher’s office, staffroom, and store were destroyed by landslides in May 2020. However, there was no intervention from the government leaving teachers and parents uncertain if the school will reopen.
13:48
13:48

Sprinter Shida Leni’s Commonwealth Preparations Hindered by Closure of Namboole 2 1

According to Leni, sprinters and middle-distance runners need a smooth surface to increase their speed. She adds that if Namboole continues to be closed, it will be a big blow for them.
13:27
13:27

Uganda Medical Association Tasks Parliament on Presidential Directives 1 3

The Uganda Medical Association (UMA) has tasked parliament to prioritize revamping of the economy and the Health Sector in the coming financial year 2022/2023 budget.
13:08
13:08

Buliisa Local Artist Arrested for Burning 16-Year-Old Boy torture 1

It is alleged that Amanda has been living with Charles Mungudit for the last five months, but went missing from his parent’s home six months ago under unclear circumstances.
12:50
12:50

Buikwe Head Teachers Advised to Revive School Demonstration Gardens 1 2

Buikwe District Senior Education Officer Joyce Nalubega says that the schools abandoned the gardens when schools were closed following the outbreak of covid-19.
12:27
12:27

Bunyoro Fishermen Struggle to Send Children to School over FPU Operations Lake Albert 1 2

The affected fishermen have been left stranded without any economic activity forcing many of them to vacate the lake.
12:02
12:02

Hima Cement Factory Suspends Operations 2 1

Jean-Micheal pons, the country Chief Executive Officer Hima Cement said in a statement that operations at the factory has since been suspended as the company takes stock of the incident and ensure that the after-effects are fully contained.
11:49
11:49

Public Service Rejects Arua City Service Commission Nominees 3 2

In December last the Year, Arua City Council nominated five members of the Arua City Service Commission and five others for the City Land Board. The names were submitted to the Ministry of Public Service and Lands for approval.
11:28
11:28

Family in Nakapiripirit Blocks Water Project over Lack of Compensation

Alfred Lowanyang the landowner says that in 2008, the Ministry of Water with Nakapiripirit town council officials trespassed on his one-acre piece of land without compensation.
11:11
11:11

Parents Protest Poor State of Sheema School 3 1

Benon Natwijuka the headteacher says the state of the school is so worrying that some of the parents have decided to keep their children at home because of the poor classroom structures.
10:52
10:52

Traditional Healer in Mayuge Arrested for Raping Client in Shrine resident

Juma Nabuma, a resident of Ikobo village was arrested on Sunday after police received a complaint from a 19-year-old girl.
10:31
10:31

Buganda Kingdom, IRCU Collaborate to Strengthen Family Values 1 4

IRCU entered into a formal collaboration with the council of clan leaders in the Buganda Kingdom, to jointly use their respective influences to champion values of humanity and economic empowerment among communities they control.
10:08
10:08

Shortage of Vaccine Carriers Hampers Polio Vaccination in Arua 2 1

The vaccination campaign has been hampered by inadequate carriers forcing health officials to conduct the campaign in two phases up to Wednesday.
09:37
09:37

Parents Storm Kawempe School After Fire Outbreak 4 1

At first, the gatekeepers and policemen insisted that no parent was going to be allowed in for security purposes as more parents continued arriving each passing minute pleading to see their children.
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