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May 2015 13 results
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18:00

Civil Servants Pay Rise Requires Patience - Museveni 1 2 Top story

President Museveni was speaking at the National Celebrations to mark International Labor Day held at St. Paul Secondary School, Mutolere in Kisoro district today.
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17:40

Workers in Busoga Region Decry Rights Violation poor pay 1 4

Once again, Busoga-area workers from different companies, are tired of being abused, are calmly protesting to demand the wages and working conditions they deserve.
17:04
17:04

Tax on Permanent Buildings Gets Glitch in Isingiro 2

The district local Government passed an ordinance last year to raise the revenue base by collecting fees from building assessment, submission of plans and structural drawings.
16:28
16:28

Labour Day; Workers Urged to Join Unions 1

A number of Ugandans work under harsh conditions such as long hours for low pay, poor working conditions, risky work environments, and the lack of policies supporting labor welfare, Okello Lucima, the spokesperson of Uganda People\'s Congress says.
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15:51

Mixed Reactions Greet KCCA House Numbering Project 1

The initiative which started in Makindye Division seeks to improve location identification and security in the City. KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi said it would be rolled out to all City Divisions.
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15:25

Lwengo officials on Trial for Withholding Public Information lwengo water crisis

Janat Nabateregga, the Lwengo Town Clerk and Hajj Nasir Mutazibwa, the LC3 Chairperson are wanted to respond to concerns raised in a private criminal suit filed by water consumers for denying them access to information on the cost of water.
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Democratic Party Moves to Revive Party Support in Tooro fdc 1

More than 60 party members in the region have also shown interest and will seek elective office at various levels. This is in contrast to the past two elections 2006 and 2011, when there was not a single DP candidate vying for any elective office.
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11:39

Parliament Rejects Reprieve for Investors\' Licences foreign investors 3

State Minister for Planning, David Bahati says making these remittances will frustrate investors. He says there can be a threshold set on how much investors can pay before they can start doing business in the country.
11:07
11:07

No Flag Hoisting as Busongora King is Laid to Rest - Police 1

A meeting held between police and the Basongora leaders resolved that the flag will not be hoisted or even flown at half-mast, as a way of consolidating peace in the Rwenzori region.
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09:49

Chief Justice in Campaign to Uproot Corrupt Judicial Officers 1 Top story

Katureebe said he had sent out letters to individuals like lawyer Peter Muliira, former Supreme Court Justice George Kanyeihamba, and the President\'s Press Secretary Tamale Mirundi, asking them to present evidence to back their recent allegations that judicial officers were compromised.
09:01
09:01

Two Arrested for Embezzling NUSAF Funds amudat district

Those arrested and detained at Amudat Police station include Miriam Lochoro the District NUSAF II desk officer and Mark Limo the parish chief of Amudat Town Council.
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08:47

15% of Inorganic Fertilizers on Ugandan Market are Fake - Study 2

The Study also found falsehood in both weight and nutrient content, for instance, the nutrient content quoted on the labels did not match with the analytical content. The implication of this is that farmers cannot attain the intended crop response to fertilizer application.
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08:28

Terrorism Convicts to Face Death Penalty under New Law terrorism financing 1

The bill also gives powers to the Inspector General of Police to freeze any account in financial institutions, upon evidence that the account has funds intended for terrorism activities. The IGP would also have powers to seize properties owned by terrorism convicts.
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