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18:30
18:30

Cranes Advance After 4-0 Win Over Congo Brazzaville

A 34th minute header from skipper Andy Mwesigwa and a Geoffrey Walusimbi penalty early in the second half were followed by solo efforts from Geoffrey Massa and Emma Okwi late in the game to send the Cranes through on a 5-3 aggregate win.
16:38
16:38

Files, Computers Stolen From Masaka District Offices burglary and theft

Unknown people are taking advantage of power blackouts to break into Masaka district offices and take out valuable documents.
15:53
15:53

Arua District Launches Campaign to Build New Offices 1

Arua district council has launched a fundraising drive to raise money to construct a multi-million shilling council complex whose work has delayed for the last ten years.
15:36
15:36

Masaka Councilors Blame Town Clerk for Failure to Implement Budget 2011/2012 budget 1

Masaka Municipal councilors are blaming what they call corruption in the office of the Town Clerk for the failure to implement the budget estimates for 2011/2012 financial year.
15:17
15:17

Kyankwanzi Children Miss Out on USE Programme kyankwanzi district

Up to 157 students hailing from Nsambya sub-county in Kyankwanzi district have petitioned the Ministry of Education and Sports demanding to benefit from Universal Secondary Education (USE) programme.
14:32
14:32

Lira Residents Oppose Move To Relocate Police Post lira police 2

Residents of Ojwina Division in Lira Municipality are protesting against a proposal to remove a police post from the area.
13:36
13:36

Govt To Register One-person Businesses As Companies ministry of finance

The new development is among a few reforms by the government to ease doing business in the country. This opportunity is also provided for in the Companies Act, passed by parliament in March 2002, which allows a one-person business to get registered as a company.
13:02
13:02

Mental Illness Cases In Jinja On The Rise mental health

Jinja District Psychosis Medical Officer Emmanuel Mufumba has expressed concern over the increased cases of mental illness in the district. According to the Ministry of Health, up to 20% of Uganda’s population has some degree of mental illness, ranging from anxiety and depression to severe madness. This represents close to seven million out of the 35 million Ugandans.
12:10
12:10

Nakaseke Reinstates Councilors' Allowances Amidst Narrowing Tax Base 2

Nakaseke has reinstated the welfare allowances for councilors amidst tough conditions as the district grapples with a narrowing tax base.
11:00
11:00

Kayihura Tells Police Commanders to Adopt Military Tactics uganda police force 1

The Inspector General of Police Lieutenant General Kale Kayihura has directed all police commanders to adopt military tactics of section formation in the force to counter terrorism threats. Kayihura says section formations like military platoons help in controlling and commanding the force against any security threat.
10:49
10:49

Hoima Cholera Treatment Centre Ill-equipped cholera in uganda 1 2

Cholera patients at Ruunga landing site in Kigorobya sub county Hoima district, are treated in an ill-equipped treatment center. A dilapidated house, formerly a worship centre according to residents, was turned into a cholera treatment centre about two months ago when the disease outbreak was reported in the area.
10:21
10:21

UPC's Chris Opoka Explains EALA Nomination voting eala mps 1

Chris Opoka Okumu, one of Uganda’s nine representatives at the East African Legislative Assembly—EALA, says his party, the Uganda People’s Congress, duly nominated him for to contest.
09:55
09:55

Expert Calls for Widening of Credit Reference Bureau Market crb

There is need for widening the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) market in order to capture all bank credits as well as all forms of credit ahead of its liberalization in November this year, a CRB expert has said. The Ministry of Finance plans to open the operations of the CRB to more players, breaking the three-year monopoly by Compuscan, a Bank of Uganda mandated firm.
09:31
09:31

Swimmer Mugula Gets Wildcard For London Olympics swimming

Uganda will have two swimmers at the 2012 London Olympics after Ganzi Mugula was cleared by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Swimming body FINA on Friday.
09:17
09:17

Oringa Battles Rwanda's Uwizeyimana in Uganda Open Finals david oringa 1

Uganda’s fast rising star David Oringa faces Rwanda’s Mike Uwizeyimana on Saturday in the 2012 Uganda Open Tennis event at the Lugogo Tennis Club.
09:04
09:04

A Must-win for Cranes Against Congo Brazzaville bobby williamson

The Uganda Cranes need nothing less than an emphatic victory of at least two un-answered goals to eliminate Congo Brazzaville on Saturday afternoon in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at Namboole Stadium.
08:52
08:52

Bishop Barham University Students Abandon Lectures university strikes 1

Ian Kamusiime, a second year student of education was discontinued on the orders of the University Secretary, Aliza Mary Dutki. Kamusiime had just been released from Kabale Central Police Station where he spent two weeks after he was arrested for alleged defilement.
08:31
08:31

EALA Speaker Zziwa Promises Reconciliation with Byamukama eala mps

The newly elected Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly – EALA, Margaret Zziwa has promised to reach out and reconcile with her opponent for the post, Dora Byamukama. Zziwa said in an exclusive interview with Uganda Radio Network that after the elections, she is now Speaker for all EALA representatives and would make sure she serves all the members equally.
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