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20:23
20:23

Weak Exports Slow Uganda's Private Sector Activity In May stanbic bank uganda 1

According to Stanbic Bank Uganda Purchasing Managers Index PMI survey results released on Monday, May had a slip in activity from 53.5 in April to 50.0 from 53.5 in April.
19:32
19:32

Experts Fault Media Owners for Infringing on Journalists Rights unesco 4

During a post-Press Freedom Day media conference organised by the Uganda National Commission for UNESCO in partnership with Uganda Journalists Association UJA at Grand Imperial Hotel today, the experts agree that the Uganda Police Force comes top in human rights reports for violating rights of journalists. They are however quick to add that media owners violate the rights of journalists they are supposed to protect as their employees.
19:09
19:09

Report Claims Massive Corruption At Mines Directorate gold 1 Top story

The Global Witness report exposes incidents where employees at the Directorate of Geological Survey and Mines have been setting up private companies to cash in on mineral licenses. Global Witness says it has discovered that it is routine for investors to pay certain Directorate employees a fee to ensure that mining applications meet all requirements.
17:45
17:45

Police Hold Own Officer for Defilement

David Ongom Mudong, the North Kyoga Regional Police Spokesperson, says Moli allegedly lured the minor into his house at the police barracks where he defiled her. He says the medical examination of the victim confirms she was defiled.
16:43
16:43

Mugabi, Kinyamatama Opt For Rakai As District Splits nangoma residents 2 1

Robert Benon Mugabi, the Rakai LC V Chairman, says that after consulting with his voters, financiers and opinion leaders, he has resolved to remain in Rakai.
16:08
16:08

National Fertilizer Policy Launched 4

The policy notes that the depletion of soil nutrients continues at an exponential rate that is not recorded anywhere in the world, adding that Uganda loses approximately 80 kilogrammes of nutrients per hectare per year through topsoil erosion and nutrient export through harvested crop biomass.
15:56
15:56

Judicial Officers Urged to Respect Plea Bargain Agreements plea bargaining 2 1

Since its pilot in the High Court in Kampala, mid-2014, over 3,000 capital offenses have been completed through plea bargain. However, According to Justice Bamwine, the judiciary has received complaints that magistrates and judges do not respect the agreements made under the plea bargain initiative.
13:16
13:16

Kyambogo VC Blames Financial System, Debtors for Unpaid Lecturers Allowances 3 1

Dr. Grace Lubaale, the chairperson Kyambogo University Academic Staff Association - KYUASA insists that the university must pay all their allowance arrears since it breached earlier promises to pay them by May 26th.
12:31
12:31

Manafwa Bridge Ready for Commissioning

Engineer Lawrence Perio, the Mbale Station UNRA Engineer, says the overall project work stands at 99 percent, adding that the bridged was raised by 1.2meters to level with the road.
12:08
12:08

Suspected Ebola Patient Suffering from Blood Clotting Disorders 1 Top story

Dr Cyprian Opira, the Executive Director of the hospital says preliminary tests conducted on the patient indicate that she is suffering from lack of blood clotting factors, a condition that occurs when blood cannot clot properly.
11:17
11:17

Crocodiles Kill Three in Masindi 6

Peter Ogwang, the Animal Control Expert Uganda Wildlife Authority, apologized to the residents about the crocodile attacks.
09:42
09:42

Residents Fault UNRA Over Compensation bridges

Engineer Denis Sabitti, the Physical Infrastructure Committee Chairperson, promised to table the concerns of the residents before parliament for discussion, adding that residents must be compensated in the next financial year. He also promised to summon Allen Kagina, the UNRA ED to explain the matter.
09:08
09:08

Luweero Town Council Lifts Ban On Night Prayers 4

Pastor David Buwanga of Goshens Gospel Ministries says they are not opposed to being regulated and screened. He admits that there are wrong elements within Pentecostal churches, who can only be eliminated through a transparent screening exercise.
08:11
08:11

Kisoro Hospital Management Complains of Rampant Thefts 3 1

Dr. Michael Baganizi, the Director Kisoro Hospital, says thieves target offices and make off with valuables despite the presence of two guards.
08:02
08:02

President Museveni Cautions against Land Fragmentation oboth ofumbi 1

The beneficiaries included the Kyabazinga of Busoga, the Royal Kingdom of Alur, Isingiro County South, Usuk County, Bukedea District, Abdul Mangati, a prominent farmer in Kasese, the Family of the late Oboth-Ofumbi in Tororo and the Alinga Obongi Peace Initiative.
07:31
07:31

Kabale Head Teacher Killed murdered 2

Annet Arinaitwe, the Deputy Head Teacher of Bugarama Primary School, says Mugisha left school on Friday to withdraw money from Equity Bank but didnt return.
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