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Fighting Corruption Needs Political Will- Magufuli embezzlement 1 4 Top story

Dr Magufuli told journalist at State lodge Masaka that corruption had partly persisted in Tanzania because the past leadership did not face it squarely. He spoke in Swahili.
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UACE Candidates Cautioned Against Malpractice uneb 1 2

Samuel Kyewalyanga, head teacher Lake Side College Luzira, says they emphasised the need to avoid cheating which has become common during of exams.
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Intern Doctors Set UGX 2.5M as Minimum Pay salary 1

Though the Uganda Medical Association UMA has set 8.5 million Uganda shillings as salary that must be paid to intern doctors, Robert Lubega, the president of medical intern for 2017-2018 says they have lowered their salary demands to 2.5 million as non-negotiable. The intern doctors laid down tools together with licensed doctors on November 6 pushing for better pay.
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Doctors Defy Minister's Directive on Strike dr.ruth aceng 1 5

Doctors under their umbrella organisation, Uganda Medical Association UMA, have said they will continue laying down tools despite a directive by the Minister of Health to return to work immediately.
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Culture of Secrecy Blots 12 Years of Information Law united nations 4 1 Top story

Journalists and researchers in Uganda still struggle to access information from government officials, 12 years after the law on access to information was enacted. In 2005, Parliament passed the Access to Information Act, thereby operationalising, at least in principle, Article 41 of the Constitution which provides for the right of every citizen of access to information in the possession of the State or any other organ or agency of the State.
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UHRC Condemns Rearrest of Kaweesi Murder Suspects 1

Four of the 14 suspects linked to the murder were rearrested by armed personnel in civilian clothes shortly after they had been granted bail by Nakawa Grade 1 Magistrate Noah Sajjabbi on Tuesday.
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Pictorial: Karuma Hydro Power Project Taking Shape 4

The plant will generate 600 megawatts of hydroelectricity upon completion. Technically known as a run-of-river plant, the facility is expected to be commissioned on December 16, 2018.
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Climax For Africa's Last Three World Cup Slots south africa 1

The battle for the remaining three slots for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification for the African continent takes centre stage this weekend.
12:14
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Herbalists Must Declare Side Effects of Herbal Medicine – NDA 2

Dr Hanifah Naamala Sengendo, the Chairperson of the Pharmacovigilance Committee at NDA says that due processes must be undertaken to eliminate toxicity and ensure efficacy and safety of all herbal medicines before they are released to the market for consumption
11:59
11:59

Lecturers to Reapply for Jobs as Muteesa University Reopens strikes 1

The future of lecturers of Muteesa I Royal University is in doubt despite the fact that authorities have resolved to reopen it.
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Age Limit; Slow Pace of Committee Consultations Worries MPs age limit removal 1 4

Several members of the committee have criticized the slow pace of the process. The committee expected to engage with at least 50 teams of witnesses between October 31 and November 20, according to its consultation roadmap.
10:12
10:12

Mbarara Municipality Speaker Held for Attempted Murder arrested

Tashobyas arrest follows an incident in which his nemesis; the Nyamityobora ward Councillor Amos Katureebe was attacked with acid leaving him severely burnt. The incident took place in Kirembe village in Mbarara Municipality, on Wednesday night.
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Govt Orders Striking Health Workers to Resume Work 6 1

The Minister of Health Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng has directed all striking doctors in the country to resume work immediately lest they be sacked.
07:09
07:09

Kabarole District Councillor Joram Bintamanya Released on Bond

Bintamanya was released on Thursday evening after two days in detention. Herbert Mugisa, the LCIII Chairperson of South Division and Peter Bazira, the district Councillor representing West Division stood surety for Bintamanya.
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Rugunda Cautions Religious Leaders on Age-Limit Talk prime minister 1 4

His comments come at the backdrop of statements made by religious leaders in opposition to a proposal to scrap presidential age limits from the constitution. The current constitution caps the presidential age at 75. However, Parliament is considering a bill for an amendment that would lift the cap.
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