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19:26
19:26

Gen. Tumwine Burial Set for Tuesday Gen. Elly Tumwine 1

Tumwine died on Thursday morning in Kenya's Capital, Nairobi and his body was returned to the Country on Friday evening and taken to a funeral home at the Bombo Military Hospital.
17:28
17:28

Katabi Leaders to Tighten Noise Pollution Regulations 2 5

Ronald Kalema, the chairman Katabi Town Council, says enforcement officers will start conducting operations and confiscate loudspeakers of non-compliant operators and churches.
17:18
17:18

Nambooze Speaks Out On Prolonged Stay in Hospital 1 2

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network, Nambooze said although she was supposed to stay in the hospital for a maximum of three months, she arrived in America in a very terrible condition after spending a lot of time without getting treatment.
17:10
17:10

Bussi Islands Lacking Police Station, Court 2 4

Bussi Island with a population of 19,000 people, is comprised of five parishes including Gulwe, Bussi, Kavenyanja, Zinga, and Balabala with each located on a separate island. The community relies on fishing and other fishing-related activities as sources of income.
17:07
17:07

Jinja City Deputy Clerk, Engineer Wanted Over Theft of Road Unit security guard 1 1

The missing equipment includes; two skip loaders with registration numbers LG 0018-12 and UR 1602, respectively, a bulldozer, a tractor, and a grounded vehicle of SUV series.
17:03
17:03

NEMA Starts Restoration of Lubigi Wetland 2 1

Vincent Baruhare, the Assistant Commissioner Ministry of Water and Environment says that restoration will involve excavation of the degraded areas to allow the proper flow of water for the wetland to reclaim its position and also planting papyrus in places where it has been lost.
17:01
17:01

Construction of Moroto Remand Home Stalls 3 1

In 2021, at least 400 million shillings were set aside for the completion of dormitories that were at the roofing level but since then, the project has been stagnant for more than six months despite being behind the schedule.
15:36
15:36

Process for Award of EACOP Construction License Starts tilenga oil project 1 2

East African Crude Oil Pipeline(EACOP) Ltd at the beginning of July applied for a construction license from the governments of Uganda and Tanzania.
13:54
13:54

Male Mabirizi Starts Fundraising Drive for Cases Against Gov't 1

In the drive dubbed ‘Rule of Law Fundraising’, Mabirizi asks citizens to perform their duty by financially supporting him, saying that democracy by its nature comes at a price. He however does not indicate how much he needs.
13:08
13:08

Burden of Zoonotic Diseases on Uganda High- Health Experts 1 3

There are over 200 documented zoonotic diseases globally, but Uganda has since 2007 prioritized seven of the most prevalent ones to include; Anthrax, Influenza Viruses, Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers, Brucellosis, Trypanosomiasis (African Sleeping Sickness), Plague, and Rabies.
12:57
12:57

She Corporate Battle Simba Queens in CECAFA Zonal Qualifiers Final 1 1

The two teams will be battling for the only available slot for the Council of East and Central Africa Football Association- CECAFA representative in the CAF Women’s champions league that will be staged later in November in Morocco.
12:46
12:46

340 Displaced as Floods Hit Adjumani District 2 2

The most affected villages are Ogolo North and Ogolo South in Liri parish, and Elegu Central and Melekwe villages in Elegu parish in Arinyapi sub-county where most houses and crops have been submerged.
12:40
12:40

UNATU Launches Go Back to School Campaign in Karamoja Child Labour 3 1

In many parts of Karamoja, school-going children are engaged in activities that include mining, and hawking while the boys are trapped up in the kraals looking after cows.
12:11
12:11

Masaka Targets Adolescent Interventions as District Registers New HIV infection Among Teenagers Ministry Of Health 4 1

The Masaka district HIV status report for 2021 indicates that out of 359 new persons enrolled in HIV treatment and care, 17 emerged to be new infections among adolescent girls between the ages of 15 to 19 years old.
12:04
12:04

10 Arrested for Vending Drugs in Teso 1 3

The operation that ended on Friday was conducted in the weekly markets of Bukedea, Soroti, Serere, Ngora, and Katakwi districts.
11:46
11:46

Campaign to Persuade Encroachers Out of Wetlands To Start-Museveni wetland degradation 1 2

According to the President, the campaign which will kick off next month will help to restore lost water from the swamps that will in turn help facilitate irrigation for farming.
11:22
11:22

Kiira Police Region Collects UGX 100m From EPS Defaulters vehicle 1 1

Addressing journalists on Friday, the Kiira Regional Police Spokesperson, James Mubi notes that, they have also impounded over 369 vehicles on the Jinja-Iganga, Jinja-Kampala and Jinja-Kamuli highways.
11:07
11:07

Police Orders Retraining of Private Security Guards 2 1

Nuwagira in a directive issued on Friday explained that retraining of all guards will be in tandem with a new syllabus that has been developed by the force’s directorate of human resource development.
10:42
10:42

UMEME Launches Anti-vandalism Campaign in Busoga security 1 2

The campaign involves sensitization of communities in safeguarding electricity lines, on the newly amended electricity act, with emphasis on the penalties involved.
10:25
10:25

Court Summons MP Ariko Over Soroti East Election Petition soroti high court 1

The by-election that was characterized by scenes of violence and irregularities in the polling saw Ariko win with 9,407 votes against Attan’s 8,771 votes.
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