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20:11
20:11

Court Summons Head of Petroleum in Energy Ministry Over Fraud 1

The summons were issued following a request by State Attorney Mercy Khaidarah Yamangusho who said Byokunda and Byamukama are still at large.
20:07
20:07

Man Sentenced to 52 Years For Killing Son In Ritual Murder 1 Top story

It was shown to the court that Hassan Kafudde brought the idea of sacrificing the son in a ritual murder in order to get riches.
19:24
19:24

Nankabirwa Tables Petroleum Supply Amendment Bill UNOC 1

If enacted in its current form, the Bill grants Uganda National Oil Company monopoly to supply imported petroleum products to licensed oil marketing companies.
17:42
17:42

New Land Policy Must Curb Conflicts- Experts 1 6

Dorcas Okalany the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, believes the government has only achieved 60 percent in the implantation of the outgoing policy.
16:53
16:53

China Assures Rubondo on Supply of Crude Oil Pipeline 1

Confirmation by the company confirms the major role that China and Chinese firms are expected to play in the construction of the pipeline. Some Western banks and insurance firms were forced to shy away from funding the project.
16:46
16:46

Suruma Calls For Referendum to Determine Expediture of Oil Money 4

According to Suruma, this is one of the ways Uganda can achieve social protection which involves preventing, managing, and overcoming situations such as poverty, poor health, illiteracy, and others that adversely affect people's well-being.
16:25
16:25

Makerere Staff Associations Protest Delayed Inauguration of Appeals Tribunal 1

The Tribunal has played a crucial role in offering an alternative avenue for University staff who have been dismissed to challenge the decisions of the Appointments Board and to obtain a just and unbiased hearing. However, since its suspension, nothing has been happening.
15:17
15:17

American Couple Ordered to Pay UGX 100m Compensation for Tortured Child 1 Top story

The couple; Mackenzie Leigh and her husband Nicholas Scott Spencer were accused of intentionally inflicting physical and mental pain and suffering on a 10-year-old HIV-positive fostered son whose name remains withheld in respect of his right to privacy.
14:34
14:34

Several Vendors Injured as Truck Rams into Petrol Station in Gulu road crash 1

The vendors from Gulu Main Market were heading to Lungulu Market in Nwoya District when the driver of a truck they had just boarded lost control and crashed it at Blessed Petrol Station in Bardege-Layibi division.
14:13
14:13

Woman Arrested Over Death of Her Two Children

It is alleged that Musiya killed her children in an act of ritual sacrifice and buried one of them in the house.
14:03
14:03

Health Ministry Rolls Out Larviciding to Control Malaria in Mitooma MINISTRY OF HEALTH

Larviciding involves the regular application of microbial insecticides to breeding areas like swamps and stagnant water to reduce the adult population of mosquitoes and control the number of those that bite and infect humans with malaria.
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12:13

South Sudan Leaders Petition URA Over Oraba Customs Fuel Ban 1 2

Joseph Mawa, the commissioner of Morobo County in Central Equatoria State explains that the ban on the transit of fuel via the Oraba-Kaya border has greatly crippled services in health facilities and schools in his county over the last one and half years since the relay on generators for their operations which used fuel.
11:58
11:58

MUBS Student Leaders Demand Appointment of Principal 4 1

In June, the Mubs Council appointed Prof Moses Muhwezi as the acting Principal and kicked off the search for Prof Wasswa Balunywa’s replacement. The term of Prof Balunywa, who has been at the helm of this institution for the last 26 years, ended on May 31.
10:46
10:46

Judiciary Revising Monetary Jurisdiction for Grade One Magistrates 2

“The Judiciary is putting bits and pieces together to enhance your pecuniary jurisdiction from 20 million shillings to about 100 million. Research and consultations are still going on, but that is one of the proposals. This means that you must be ready to shoulder a lot of responsibilities, especially during this transition to the new Judiciary ushered into by the enactment of the Administration of Judiciary Act 2020.” Justice Buteera noted.
10:34
10:34

Fresh Rising Water Levels Cut off Roads in Nakasongola 1 4

Charles Andama the Nakasongola District Senior Environment Officer says that they expect more people to be affected by the rising water levels because they were warned and ignored the advice.
10:08
10:08

M23 Imposes Night Curfew in Areas Under its Control 2

In a statement released on Tuesday and signed by Benjamin Mbonimpa, the Executive Secretary of the M23 rebel Movement, no traffic flow will be allowed along Kalengela-Kibumba, Kalengela-Tongo, Kiwanja-Kinyandoyi and Burayi-Bunagana roads from 5:30 pm-6:30 am.
08:57
08:57

Kapelebyong to Prioritize Roads, Water in Budget budget conference 1 3

Akorikin said that the district plans to enable access to all sub-counties and villages by at least 75 percent by the end of the next financial year.
08:38
08:38

Police Arrests 18-Year-Old Boy Over ADF Activities 1

Komaketch and Matsiko arrest comes days after Joint Ant-Terrorism Taskforce (JATT) arrested 25 ADF linked suspects in Kyankwanzi and Wakiso districts.
08:25
08:25

URA Gets Machine to Curb Tax Evasion by Rice Importers 1

This development comes at a time when truckloads of rice from Tanzania are being held at the Mutukula border over suspicion of importing mixed rice sourced from different countries including outside the EAC.
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