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19:24
19:24

Teachers to Receive Full Salaries by Easter unatu

The Ministry of Public Service has set a deadline for clearing the payment of salaries for teachers that missed or were underpaid during the month of February.
18:08
18:08

Mugabe, Ruyange In Uganda Tennis Open Doubles Final kampala club

Duncan Mugabe and his brother Daniel Ruyange to storm the men’s doubles finals of the 2013 Castle Lite Uganda Open Tennis Championship. After falling out at the semi final stage early this morning, Mugabe paired with his brother to beat David Oringa and Herbert Buyinza 6-4, 6-7, 7-5 to win the match at Kampala Club.
17:27
17:27

Professor Bukenya: Chinua Achebe Inspired My Writing african literature 1

Ugandan author Austin Bukenya recalls his various meetings with Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe. Describes Achebe as a man who remained down-to-earth despite continental and global acclaim.
17:24
17:24

Ntaganda Transferred To The Hague bosco ntaganda

Congolese war lord Bosco Ntaganda who this week surrendered to the US embassy in Kigali has been transferred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague. He faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in relation to his role in the conflicts that have rocked eastern DRC over the last 10 years.
16:35
16:35

Tuberculosis Patients Urged to Complete Dosage 2

The Minister of State for Primary Health Care, Opendi Ochieng Sarah has called upon the public to support Tuberculosis patients to complete treatment.
16:17
16:17

Govt To Review Public Service Performance 2

A cabinet meeting held this week has resolved to institute mechanisms aimed at assessing and reviewing the performance of civil servants. Professor Tarsis Kabwegyere, the minister for general duties in the Office of the Prime Minister, says this will help them come out with a national policy of public sector monitoring and evaluation.
13:53
13:53

Chinua Achebe is Dead 1

Renowned Nigerian novelist, poet, professor and critic Chinua Achebe is dead. He was 82 years old.
13:41
13:41

Brief Military Farewell For President Kibaki

The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) has held a brief but colourful ceremony to bid farewell to President Mwai Kibaki who is stepping down after 10 years as Commander-in-Chief (CIC).
12:40
12:40

AU To Establish Minerals Development Centre mines

The African Union Commission (AUC) and Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) are to establish an African Mineral Development Centre, to work towards harnessing the natural resources potential to contribute to Africa’s industrialization.
12:19
12:19

Jinja District Hit By Water Scarcity world water day 2

Some of the areas affected include the villages of Budoome and Nalinaibi in Busedde Sub County, Naluwerere and Namwendwa in Buwenge town council and Buwekula parish in Mafubira Sub County. Most of the people living in these villages have stopped drawing water from the nearby wells because they have dried up. The bore holes that were constructed six months ago have also run dry although Jinja district water office says they are mechanically fine to pump water.
11:40
11:40

UN, African Union Urge Governments to Put Emphasis on Functional Education 2

The African Union is urging governments to emphasize functional education, through revising education systems, and focusing on vocational and technical programs.
11:02
11:02

Relatives Biggest Perpetrators of Defilement - ANPPCAN

Close relatives constitute 90 percent of defilement cases recorded in Uganda, according to the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect – ANPPCAN.
09:53
09:53

MPs To Consult War Victims On Amnesty Act amnesty act 2000 2

The committee chairperson Milton Muwuma says they are going to meet returnees including former combatants in the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels during consultations. In May 2012, Internal Affairs Minister Hillary Onek signed a statutory instrument repealing Section II of the Amnesty Act 2000 that guaranteed amnesty to rebels who renounce rebellion and return home.
07:55
07:55

Proposed Narcotics Control Law To Penalize Landlords 1

Landlords whose tenants store or deal in narcotics and abuse drugs are bound to pay heavy fines in penalty or face imprisonment. This is one of the many categories of people who could face the wrath of the law once the Narcotics and Psychotropic substances Control Bill 2007 is passed.
05:15
05:15

Army Steps Up Patrols to Deter Rustlers into Sebei Region cattle rustlers

So far suspected heavily armed Pian warriors have attacked Kween district in this month killing a Sabiny elder and stealing over 40 animals.
05:04
05:04

Storm De-roofs Mitooma Anglican Parish Church rainstorm

A heavy storm has blown off the roof of Bugongo Anglican parish church headquarters in Kiyanga Sub County in the newly created district of Mitoma in the south-western region.
04:53
04:53

Children Ambassadors Ask Parliament to Expedite Children's Act 1989 childrens act 1989 3

Child Ambassadors are calling on Parliament to expedite the Children’s Act 1989.
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04:43

UCDA Impounds 4 Tonnes of Coffee ugandan coffee

The Uganda Coffee Development Authority has impounded 4 tonnes of immature coffee worth 145 million shillings in Iganga.
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