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20:45
20:45

Education Reforms Should Eliminate Obsession With Scores - Prof. Lugujjo 5 1

According to Prof. Lugujjo, who previously served as the vice chancellor of Ndejje University and now the Executive Director Vice Chancellors Forum, the education system's deviation from its intended path is partly due to the absence of a clear definition of what Uganda needs from education.
20:25
20:25

DPP, Justice Minister Push for Enlargement of 48 Hour Constitutional Provision 1

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is seeking a constitutional amendment that will provide a window for the enlargement of the 48 hour rule under which a suspect is supposed to be produced before court.
17:48
17:48

Courts Starts Defence Hearing in Kirumira Murder Case 2

Today court commenced hearing the defence of the suspect, and Kalungi took the witness stand telling court what transpired before and after his arrest.
17:46
17:46

New SGR Contractor to Source for Project Financing 1 Top story

"The ongoing talks with Yapi Merkezi also include financing. We had actually thought that we can push and as quickly as possible, have the financing resolved. But I can tell you that the potential contractor is supposed to help us to secure financial," David Mugabe, the SGR spokesperson.
17:25
17:25

Petrol Used to Burn Kyamate School Dormitories-Police

According to Kasasira, investigators have since recovered an empty jerry can with residues of petrol behind the school fence following the Sunday night fire.
16:02
16:02

UBTEB To Withdraw Center Numbers of Institutes That Lack Requirements 3

The UBTEB Senior Assessment Officer of Agricultural sciences, Dr. Allison Ashaba Rwakanuma disclosed this at a press briefing at Kadogo Community Polytechnic School in Mbarara City On Monday.
15:35
15:35

Parishioners In Fear Over Consistent Chruch Break-ins Masaka diocese 4 1

Rev. Father Emmanuel Mawanda, the Deputy in charge of Our Lady of St. Carmel Bethlehem Parish, which was robbed on Saturday, observes that the raids are committed in almost a similar manner, adding that they suspect this could be the work of an organized criminal gang that is targeting churches.
15:29
15:29

Children Dying as Parents Pitch Camp at Kikuube RDC’s Office RDC office 1

Kikuube Resident District Commissioner Amlan Tumusiime told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Monday that the evictees continue to endure suffering with no food, water, shelter and appropriate medical services, among others. As a result, three of them have lost their children to illnesses like malaria and other common infections.
14:52
14:52

Drug Shortages Hit Gov’t Health Centers in Mbale City

A health official at Busamaga three health center III told URN on condition of anonymity that they last recieved medicine supplies from the National Medical Stores in August last year.
14:21
14:21

UNHAS Suspends Flights Over Insecurity in Eastern DR Congo

In a statement released by the WFP communications department in DR Congo, the company has suspended the flights until the security situation in the area is assessed.
14:11
14:11

Dormitory Fire Claims One Students, Injures Three Others 2

The head teacher, Emmanuel Arinaitwe, says that three other students were injured as they tried to rescue their property from the fire that broke out on one of the blocks hosting two male dormitories on Sunday night.
13:58
13:58

Nigeria Vs Uganda: The Battle for World Cup Qualification 1 1

The 2023 AFCON U-20 serves as a qualifier for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2023 with the best four teams qualifying for the tournament set to take place in Indonesia.
12:45
12:45

Army Needs More Space to to Train Non commissioned Officers student 3 3

Speaking during the graduation of 536 students at NCOA today, Tugume said that the neighboring communities in Jinja and Buikwe districts, which were over the years offering ample field training grounds, have since registered growth as big trading areas, hence committing their previously surplus land for other initiatives.
12:13
12:13

Hungry Karimojong Eat Tree Leaves as they Burn Charcoal hunger in karamoja 2 4

The residents say the ongoing drought has worsened the hunger situation forcing them to resort to environmentally degrading activities to get income for buying food. The leaves from the tree can be used as sauce.
09:22
09:22

Coaches, Fans Upbeat About the Growth of Rugby in Jinja club 1

Rubambura notes that unlike the earlier years when rugby was a sport for a section of high school students and select groups of people, big crowds of fans throng the pavilions and sidelines to watch the sport.
09:10
09:10

Prisons Athletics Club Dominates Jinja Half Marathon 1

Doreen Chesang from the Uganda Wild Life Authority-UWA topped the women's category followed by her teammate, Annet Chelengat, whereas, UPDF'S Rebecca Cheptegei was the second runner's up.
08:55
08:55

Mutanywana Secondary School Seeks Funds to Construct Classes, Laboratory 5 1 Top story

Founded in 1981 by the Anglican church with the support of the local community, the school has a track record of producing very prominent religious leaders in the region. There are currently over 700 learners at the school.
08:47
08:47

Gov't Stuck With UGX 15B UWEP Funds 1 3

Winfred Matsiko, the UWEP National Coordinator, says that the money is part of the Shillings 34 Billion they have recovered this financial year from the revolving funds disbursed to women groups.
08:24
08:24

Sensitise Farmers About Agriculture Credit Facility, BoU Deputy Governor Tells Commercial Institutions 2 3

According to Atingi-Ego, given the importance of agriculture towards the economic development of the country, farmers need to be given all the necessary information and convenient financial products to boast social-economic transformation.
08:15
08:15

Court Dismisses Forgery Case Against Ntungamo District Engineer 1

Trouble for Butubuura started in March 2021 when detectives from the Inspectorate of Government (IG) led by Sam Agaba, the Inspectorate Officer for Kigezi sub-region picked him up for allegedly forging the signature of Jackson Byamukama, the then Kanungu town clerk between October and November 2013.
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