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19:01
19:01

UPDATE: Kamwenge Attack Victims Named 3 2

According to the Rwenzori West Police Public Relations officer, 10 assailants, armed with SMG riffles attacked Kitehurizi trading center. They hacked to death six people who were found guarding a maize farm and four who were hiding in a shop.
18:22
18:22

Bank of Africa in Breach of Contract After Freezing Customer’s Account Molly Katanga 1

Ssekaana has gone ahead to award costs of the case to Victoria Candles Limited.
17:27
17:27

She Cranes Intensify Preps for Vitality Nations Cup, Wales Test Series 1 1

The tournament, featuring Australia, New Zealand, England, and Uganda, will held on January 20-21, at Wembley, London, and later on January 27-28, at the First Direct Arena in Leeds.
16:52
16:52

Activists Ask MoH to Support Mental Health Awareness Campaigns 1

Stuart Raymond Kasule, a suicide prevention trainer and a mental health advocate while speaking to journalists in Kampala said that there is a need to train health workers on how to detect mental health and suicide victims so that they can respond to them appropriately.
16:24
16:24

Lawyers Petition Judicial Service Commission Over Justice Byaruhanga's Ruling in Tilenga Oil Land Dispute 5 1

In their petition, the lawyers cite seven grounds on which they believe the justice exhibited misconduct, incompetence, bias, and irregularities. The lawyers argue that the judge did not afford a fair hearing to the respondents.
16:13
16:13

Proposed Health Insurance Scheme: Community Schemes Suggest Ways of Integration 3

Makaire notes that while the Ministry of Health is proposing to have each Ugandan pay fifteen thousand shillings, collecting it could prove problematic as lessons from community schemes show that timing of the collections is key. Depending on the community where a certain scheme is located, he says they consider time when the population has more money for instance at the harvesting or other income seasons. At times, he says they are allowed to pay in installments. In such schemes, members pay annual premiums of twenty thousand shillings.
15:23
15:23

RDCs, RCCs Tasked to Rally Communities on Climate Change Adaptation 3

Emmanuel Walani, the under-secretary in the office of the president, emphasized the permanent reality of climate change within communities.
15:00
15:00

Kakira Sugar, Red Cross in Joint Tree Planting Campaign 1 Top story

The campaign was officially launched at the URCS sanitary pad manufacturing plant in Namakwa, Nakisunga Sub County, Mukono. Edgar Ngonzi, the manager of the plant, outlined the primary focus of planting most trees within Nakisunga Sub County, commencing with the vicinity surrounding their factory.
14:50
14:50

Kaziimba Criticizes Greed in Christmas Message 1 2

“Spiritual leadership is different from secular or political leadership. Spiritual leaders follow in the footsteps of Jesus, “who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men," the Archbishop quoted Philippians 2.6-7.
14:22
14:22

Uganda, Rwanda Security Officials Hold Cross Border Meeting 2 2

Major General Retired Robert Rusoke, the Ugandan Ambassador in Rwanda said that the meeting is aimed at addressing border security bottlenecks that affect both countries.
13:53
13:53

Eviction of Lubigi Wetland Encroachers Paralyzes Traffic on Mityana Road 1

Bulldozers demolished kiosks, eateries, taxi stages, and food stalls by bulldozers. Traffic flow was also paralyzed on Mityana road with vehicles heading to Mityana moving at snail's pace right from Busega roundabout up to Bulenga township.
12:07
12:07

Police Calls for Vigilance Ahead of Festive Season Uganda police 1

Fred Enanga, the Police Spokesperson asked the public to put security measures around their businesses and homes to avoid falling prey to criminals.
11:29
11:29

UMSC Secures Court Order Restraining Ssemambo's Faction 1 3 Top story

“A restraining order is made stopping further execution and or implementation of orders of this honorable court in the company cause No.002/2023 pending the service and hearing of the misc. application No. 307/2023 and 306/2023 (both arising from company cause No. 02/2023) interparty,” the order reads in part.
11:09
11:09

Pakwach LC V Vice Chairperson Resigns 2 1

According to Owiny, his resignation will allow him to have ample time to be closer to his people of Ragem sub-county and monitor government development programs.
11:06
11:06

Tooro Prepares for Eighth Annual Conference

This year's conference will be held under the theme "Tooro's Social-economic Development; Challenges and Solutions."
10:40
10:40

Luwero Hotels Cut Rates Ahead of Christmas Nimrod Hotel 4 1

Tom Lule the Director of Nimrod Hotel says that apart from the price cuts down on accommodation, they will offer free services including sauna, steaming, and swimming among others for those residing at the hotel during the festive season.
10:13
10:13

Ten Killed in Kamwenge As Group Attacks Parish 1 Top story

According to information obtained by our reporter in Kamwenge District, the group attacked locals in a bar at 10 pm hacking some to death and abducting others. They also set ablaze some houses.
09:04
09:04

Man Wanted for Strangling Wife Over UGX 2000 dispute

Allegedly, Omaga believed the money originated from a romantic relationship, which Mayo supposedly used for her lover's meals in their damaged cooking pot. The situation escalated during the early hours of Monday morning, prompting intervention by Logose Esuka, the village women's council chairperson.
08:51
08:51

Gov't Donates Ambulance to Bulambuli District 2

Former Energy and Mineral Development Minister, who also doubles as the area Woman member of parliament, Irene Muloni officiated the handover ceremony at Muyembe Health Center 4 in Bulambuli town council on Monday. Muloni emphasized that the ambulance, valued at Shillings 300 million, is a result of strategic lobbying efforts within the health committee at parliament, which secured two ambulances for the Bugisu region.
08:08
08:08

Masaka City Building Review Committee Reshuffled Over Corruption Tendencies Masaka City Council 1 2

Rogers Bulegeya, the Masaka City Male Youth representative seconded the motion, indicating that they have registered numerous public complaints about the conduct of officials of the buildings review committee, who are accused of corruption.
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