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16:47
16:47

M23, AFC Bans Members From Mineral Business in North Kivu 4

According to the statement, Nangaa says that the ban is an indication that the liberation struggle is not aimed at personal gain or illicit enrichment but at establishing a rule of law and restoration of democracy in DRC, combating anti-values and all forms of predation as well as promoting coexistence among Congolese.
16:16
16:16

Mumbere Loses Bid to Have Pistol Returned Terrorism 1

Mumbere claims the Personal Pistol (Israel make) was bought by him by President of Uganda General Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and 30 rounds of ammunition; two magazines and a Pistol case.
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15:40

63 Percent of TVET Graduates Get Employment Within One Year – Study 1 1

A study conducted by Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board-UBTEB reveals promising employment outcomes for technical, vocational education, and training (TVET) graduates.
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13:24

Elders Ask Gov’t to Withhold Monthly Emolument to Acholi Cultural Institution 3 1

According to Okello Okello, the cultural institution is still embroiled in a conflict between chiefs arguing that the government shouldn't continue to disburse money to the institution until the conflict is resolved.
11:46
11:46

Mob Kills Elderly Man for Allegedly Poisoning Colleague to Death Police 1

The mob accused Onen of poisoning Geofrey Vitha, a resident of the same village.
11:25
11:25

Ministry Releases 900,000 FMD doses for Emergency Response Vaccines 4 Top story

The procurement of vaccines, facilitated by Chief of Defence Forces Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, includes a policy shift where the government will import vaccines, with farmers bearing the cost of in
08:50
08:50

Pigskin Leather Products Surprise Young Swineherds 2 2

The products were part of the display at the Piggery Value Chain Symposium, which attracted over 800 swineherds, both physically and online.
08:33
08:33

Kampala Ministry Embarks on Local Benchmarking Tours Ahead of Mega Infrastructural Development Masaka City Council 2 1

Led by Minister Hajat Minsa Kabanda, the ministry's delegation visited Masaka City Council on Monday to observe the implementation of projects under the Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development Programme (USMID), focusing on markets, street lighting, urban roads, and drainage networks.
08:20
08:20

CSOs Push for Localized Climate Change Awareness as Gov’t Lay Strategies to Secure Funds World Bank 4 1

With various climate-related issues increasingly evident, Mundulu believes it's imperative to advance the climate change narrative. However, she stresses the importance of adapting global processes to suit local contexts. She asserts that events like COP28 meetings hold significance for communities, underscoring the need to integrate global discussions into local frameworks effectively.
08:12
08:12

Nebbi Catholic Diocese Celebrates Tenth Adversary of Vocational School TVET 1 Top story

During the celebration marking the school's tenth anniversary, accompanied by Thanksgiving prayers and a graduation ceremony, leaders expressed gratitude for the school's contribution to skilling the youth in the district.
08:03
08:03

Fresh Demands Arise for Delayed Competition, Consumer Protection Laws 5

Pheona Wall, Founder Fidelis Institute, said the effects of the lack of proper implementation of the laws or the absence of them, are not only in Uganda, but other African countries to, where corporations were operating unethically without due regulation.
07:49
07:49

Ugandans in Diaspora Selling Passports to Strangers-Internal Affairs Spokesperson South Africa 1 Top story

“Ugandans losing passports must return. The passports were being sold to fraudsters and they were used in crime. In some of these countries differentiating Africans would be difficult. They would sell at USD5000. It was easy for them to get these passports. Working with these foreign governments, we resolved that anybody who claims he has lost a passport must return home so that thorough investigations are done,” Mundeyi said.
07:37
07:37

Bugiri Mayor, NRM Chairperson Arrested Over Protests police commander

Prior to their arrest, Kisubi emphasized the responsibility entrusted to them by the electorate to ensure efficient service delivery, particularly in transportation, health, and education. He highlighted how poor road conditions negatively impact economic activities, hindering the timely transportation of goods and services.
07:29
07:29

UBOS Trains 500 Soldiers for Upcoming Census Brigadier General 1 Top story

Dr. Chris Mukiza, the Executive Director of UBOS, highlighted the importance of involving the UPDF in the census, noting that it would have been challenging for civilian UBOS officials to access barracks to count soldiers and their families. He commended the UPDF for their participation, emphasizing the importance of counting every individual.
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