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18:54
18:54

Uganda First Oil 2020 Ambitions Thwarted- Muloni oil refinery 3 1 Top story

Muloni admits her ministry slipped through the 2020 deadline and is now looking towards 2021 as per the industry practice.
18:29
18:29

FDC Shuns State House IPOD Meeting lawrence okae 1 2

The FDC National Vice Chairperson Musumba declined to go to State House. She explained that the party leadership had instructed her to attend the meeting at the NRM party headquarters and not at the State House.
17:51
17:51

Court Summons Ntoroko MP over Assault apollo kyangunga 1

Its alleged that on July 8th, the MPs bodyguards from Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF allegedly assaulted workers of BCR General Limited, the company that had been contracted to construct Kakara-Rwebisengo Road.
17:19
17:19

Mbarara Municipality Residents Want Street Lights Installed 1

Residents of Mbarara municipality are demanding for the extension of street lights to all the major roads in the municipality.The Municipality which is made up of six divisions has got all the street lighting concentrated in the central business district which is hosted by Kakooba and a small part of Kamukuzi divisions.
16:56
16:56

Court Dismisses Case Against Somali Terror Suspects alshabaab 1

Prosecution alleges that between September 2010 and 2014, the accused persons in various countries including Uganda, Kenya and Somalia, rendered support to the Al-Shabaab terror group knowing that the support would be used in the commission of Acts of Terrorism.
16:34
16:34

Ibanda Prisons Encroach on Wetlands 2

The two facilities have encroached on Nyabukurungu wetland along Ibanda-Mbarara road and on banks of river Mpanga respectively. Ibanda District Environmental Officer Tom Nuwagira says that the prison authorities have on several occasions been told to refrain from destructing the wetland in vain.
16:22
16:22

Malaria Prevalence in Mityana High malaria infection 1 2

A recent baseline survey conducted by Sauti za Wananchi Voices of Citizens released by Twaweza East Africa indicates that over 84 percent of Ugandan children under five years of age sleep under insecticide treated-bed nets of the type known to provide strong protection against malaria transmission.
16:10
16:10

Consecrated Men and Women Urged to Stay United with Bishops 3 1

Cardinal De Aviz who spoke through a translator said religious men and women should walk together in unity among themselves and with their bishops. He said its through such unity that the church will move together.
15:40
15:40

Parents Arrested for Marrying Off 15-year Old Daughter kwania district

Godfrey Bagonza, Kwania District Police Commander said that the parents had received two bulls, goats, chicken and some unspecified amount of money as dowry.
15:20
15:20

Teenage Pregnancies Worry Kanungu Leaders early pregnancies 4

According to findings carried out by Ugandan Sexual Health and Pastoral Education USHAPE, a non- government organization operating in South Western, 1, 555 aged between 10-17 years are married while 1,754 girls aged between 13-17 years were found pregnant.
15:12
15:12

Euromonitor Report Warns of Illicit Alcohol 1

The report said trade in illicit alcohol generates US5.1 billion in annual sales revenue for illicit players, and represents a combined annual fiscal loss of more than US1.8 billion for the governments involved.
14:41
14:41

Gov't Asked to Implement Sexuality Education Policy twaweza east africa 5 1

Last findings from a qualitative study from across Uganda in the months of September and October by Twaweza found out that a large percentage of pupils continue to drop out of school as a result of pregnancy. Dr Mary Goretti Nakabugo, the Uwezo Regional Manager, Twaweza East Africa argues that schools need to become safe spaces for girls.
14:13
14:13

Kole Pupil Killed after Failed Kidnap Attempt kole district 2

Okello and his brother, Denis Ogwang, 13, were returning from School when they were attacked by suspects of Asian origin driving a tinted Double Cabin Pick Up.
13:39
13:39

Karamoja Residents Share Water with Animals sauti za wananchi 3 2

At Lokisile village in Rupa Sub County, Moroto district, both herdsmen from the area and Turkana pastoralists share water with animals at the dam, which is the only water source. The residents use the contaminated water for drinking, bathing and other domestic needs.
13:11
13:11

Thousands Gather for Kyarenga Concert 1

More than 3,000 supporters have so far arrived at the beach. Security is heavily deployed and every person is subjected to thorough body checks at the entrance.
12:43
12:43

Kyangwali Refugees Protest Delayed Allocation of Land health services 1 4

Emmanuel Bumaraki, a refugee who came from Nyamamba in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo says he came to the settlement area in September but up to date he has never been allocated land. He says some of the officials in charge of land allocation are demanding for money from the refugees.
12:15
12:15

Kitgum Female Inmates Struggle to Raise Children in Jail 3 1

An inmate who preferred anonymity said the babies suffer deprivation through restricted playing time and the environment which leads to loneliness and boredom
11:50
11:50

Karamoja Religious Leaders Commit to HIV Fight 3

Bishop James Nasak of North Karamoja Diocese says they will include health-related messages, especially on HIV during their pastoral work.
11:01
11:01

UNDP Resident Representative Tips Uganda on Local Tourism 4

Malango says that involving leaders from the village, parish and sub-county has the potential to boost domestic tourism.
10:27
10:27

NDA Investigating Reports of Fake Malaria Test Kits medical device

Donna Kusemererwa, the Secretary NDA says that the authority received a claim about the kits being sold on the market and investigations are underway. She says that the results of the investigation will be released next week.
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