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17:28
17:28

CoU Relies on 'Boys to Men' Mentorship to Bridge Gender Disparity gender equality 1 3

"Boys to Men" is an intervention that seeks mindset change among the young men to eliminate discrimination against the feminine gender arising from distinctions regarding biology, psychology, or cultural norms prevalent in society.
14:44
14:44

Broadcasters Ordered to Give Gov't Airtime to Mobilize for Vaccination

"We have been doing the work without being paid and someone is not grateful at all. Therefore, it’s unfortunate that they have written that letter." -Captain Francis Babu, Broadcast Media Proprietor.
14:40
14:40

Kitgum Church To Take Full Care of Nodding Syndrome Children 2 1

Rev Fr. Anthony Nyeko, the Priest St. Mary Catholic Church, says that nutrition remains the main challenge affecting the children, which explains why they will embark on agriculture to ensure food security for the children given that many are vegetarians.
14:30
14:30

Abandoned Teargas Canister Injures Five in Kampala 2 1

Kasim Lubowa, the chairperson industrial zone in Kagugube central division in Kampala, says that the canister exploded around 10:00 pm on Friday night. He identifies the victims as Jennifer Birungi, Harriet Kabasinguzi, Poni Elizabeth, Nakandi Mitchell, and Vanessa Birungi, all members of the same family.
14:12
14:12

More than 100 Arrested from Bar on Christmas 2 1

Ndikumwami told our reporter that security was compelled to conduct the operation after receiving information around 11:00 PM that Club Hills, a popular hangout was filled to capacity with revelers drinking alcohol and dancing loud music.
13:51
13:51

Bombs, COVID-19 Measures Impact Negatively on Entebbe Hotel End Of Year Bookings 7 3

Raul Patidar, the chairman of Entebbe hoteliers, says that the bookings that had reached 90 percent in the same period in 2019 currently stand at between 40 and60 percent at most hotels.
13:33
13:33

Traders Absolve Christmas, Instead Blame High Food Prices on Supply Deficits 4

In the markets of St Balikuddembe, Nakasero, Nakawa and Kaleerwe, a bunch of bananas (matooke) rose from between 18,000-30,000 to 25,000-40,000 shillings, depending on the size, and a kilogram of onions from 2,000 to 3,000, while 1kg of chicken is at 18,000 from 13,000 shillings.
12:46
12:46

Kangongi Sub County Leaders Want RDC to Investigate Missing COVID-19 Funds MINISTRY OF HEALTH 3

Kagongi Sub-county LC III Chairperson, Evaristo Twiine, says that despite submitting their bank account they have never received the money to date
12:37
12:37

Wooden Furniture Business to Die in 5 years -Northern Uganda Carpenters 5 1

Okot notes that Uganda has an unsustainable consumption of its forests as trees are cut massively without equal replacement, and reveals that carpenters have started using soft wood to make furniture and paint it to give the impression that it was made from hard wood.
12:24
12:24

Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Candle Burns Out 1 Top story

President Ramaphosa noted that the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is another chapter of bereavement in the nation’s farewell to a generation of outstanding South Africans who have bequeathed a liberated South Africa.
12:01
12:01

Nakasongola Authorities Accuse UPDF Officers of Violating Ban on Night Animal Movement cattle thefts 4 1

Phillip Mukasa accuses some UPDF officers of disregarding the ban making it difficult for the police to enforce it.
11:28
11:28

Christmas Party Ends in Tears as Truck Kills Pregnant Girl with her 9-yr-old Brother 2

The deceased have been identified as Brain Lugemwa, 9, and his pregnant sister Winnie Naluswaata, 20.
09:17
09:17

Teachers of French Rally Ugandans to Embrace Multilingualism, Diversity Kabale University 4 1

Agatha Tumwine, the president-elect of the Association of Teachers of French in Uganda, which comprises more than 300 members argues that with the much-desired regional incorporation agenda of the EAC to promote trade; peace, and security, learning French will have strategic benefits to Ugandans at the global stage.
08:39
08:39

Archbishop Odama Proposes Dialogue Instead of War in Congo 1 2

Archbishop Odama says the deployment is a clear sign of disunity that still exists among the leaders in the region who choose guns over dialogue.
08:10
08:10

Councilors Demand Withdrawal of Town Council Staff Assigned Extra Tasks at District 4

Wilfred Otema, the Padibe Town Council LC V councilor, some of the staff from the lower local governments handling additional assignments at the district have never been replaced or identified people to execute their work.
07:32
07:32

Christmas Celebrations: Revelers Overwhelm Security in Gulu City 1

Gulu Resident City Commissioner, Denise Odongpiny told URN later that he even surrendered his official vehicle to security to enforce the curfew restrictions in vain, something he says is very unfortunate.
07:03
07:03

Masaka Family Cries Out Over Missing Muslim Cleric 1 3 Top story

According to the family members, security operatives driving a minibus alias drone picked up Sheikh Lugemwa from his home in Kyabakuza in Masaka City.
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