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Apr 2015 11 results
17:42
17:42

Uganda to Open Against Botswana in 2017 Afcon Qualifiers uganda cranes 1 Top story

The Uganda Cranes will open their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifying campaign with a home game against Botswana in June this year.
17:10
17:10

CSOs Demand Inquiry into Planned Export of Medical Personnel 4

Justinian Muhwezi Kateera, the Executive Director of the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR), a member of the coalition said the planned export is a major blow to Uganda\'s ailing health sector. Kateera said government should instead increase the wage bill to recruit at least 2400 additional health workers in the coming financial year.
16:18
16:18

Fifty Students Expelled Over Violent Strike at Kabale Trinity College 1

Kigezi Regional Police spokesperson Elly Maate said the students accused school administrators of endorsing the use of electric wires while caning students and denying them special meals during the Easter Weekend.
16:00
16:00

UWA Hostels, Canteens Posting Losses 1

The 2014 Auditor General\'s report shows that income reported for the year from the facilities was 341 million Shillings, while expenditure stood at 407million shillings. This implies a gross deficit of 66 million shillings, other operating overheads notwithstanding.
14:56
14:56

Bank of Uganda Raises Lending Rate to Curb Inflation 1 Top story

The Governor of the Bank of Uganda, Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile said the Central Bank forecasts that the depreciating Shilling and real Gross Domestic Product growth will cause inflation pressures. He was releasing the Monetary Policy Statement for April 2015 in Kampala Wednesday morning.
14:10
14:10

Sixty People Arrested for Damaging Police Patrol Vehicle in Gulu 1

Assistant Superintendent of Police Nyangkol John Bosco, the Officer in charge of operations at Gulu Central Police Station said the suspects used stones to smash the windscreen of a Police patrol pickup registration number UAJ 236 Z.
13:20
13:20

LRA\' s Kwoyelo to Go On Trial amnesty

The Supreme Court has ordered for the trial of former Lord\'s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel commander Thomas Kwoyelo. The Attorney General had appealed to the Supreme Court against a Constitutional Court decision that Kwoyelo had a right to receive amnesty like other former LRA rebels under the Amnesty Act.
12:23
12:23

Police Shoots Three People Dead In Oyam District stray bullets

Police spokesperson for Kyoga region Manshur Suwed said the incident happened while Police Officers pursued a suspected thief at about 5pm.
10:02
10:02

Tea Producers Call for Government Intervention as Prices Fall ugandan tea exports

George William Ssekitoleko, the Executive Secretary of UTA said government needs to provide subsidies to the producers who are currently struggling to remain active amid the high cost of production.
09:36
09:36

No Latrine, No Agricultural Inputs for Kalungu Households - Leaders kalungu district 2 2

The instruction by Shafick Ssekandi and Emmanuel Musoke, the Resident District Commissioner and District Chairperson respectively followed a report by the District Health Department showing that most homes in the area lacked substantive latrines, bathrooms, kitchen and utensil stands among other facilities.
07:24
07:24

King Oyo Rules out Reconciliation with Prince Kijanangoma tooro kingdom 2

Kamurasi said that Kijanangoma has already rebelled against the King and is now considered an enemy of Tooro by the Kingdom subjects. As such, King Oyo cannot seek a meeting with Kijjanangoma until he formally apologizes to the people of Tooro.
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