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Kabale Transport Operators, Mechanics Have up to May 1st to Relocate to Mwanjari Cemetery

18 Apr 2021 · According to Byamugisha, the two years’ negotiations with mechanics, bus and taxi operators to relocate peacefully haven’t yielded positive results.

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Kabale Transport Operators, Mechanics Have up to May 1st to Relocate to Mwanjari Cemetery 5 3 Top story

According to Byamugisha, the two years’ negotiations with mechanics, bus and taxi operators to relocate peacefully haven’t yielded positive results.
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Agriculture Minister Promises Karimojong Farmers Tractors 4

Simon Nangiro, the Nakapiripirit district LC V chairperson, said the land in Karamoja is fertile but people can’t manage to till the land for commercial farming due to lack of farm machines.
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Mineral Protection Police Registers Six Deaths In Gold Pits 2

William James Wandera, a resident of Banda Sub-county, says that the deceased’s set fire to burn stones in the gold pit and died due to loss of oxygen.
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Karenga RDC Operates Under a Tree

Patrick Lemukol one of the anti corruption monitors in Karenga said having an office block is good but said what's important is that all the departments are operating.
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Pictorial: Police, NFA Raid on Illegal Charcoal Dealers, Loggers Camp in Amuru Attiak Sub County 20 Top story

The team impounded over seven hundred bags of charcoal from the site and confiscated a number of rudimentary tools used by the dealers to cut and burn trees for charcoal burning and timber.
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Tears As Police, NFA Raids Illegal Charcoal Camp in Amuru 5 3 Top story

Xavier Sekanabo from the Environmental Police Protection Unit who led the operation said that they have no mercy for the charcoal dealers because they are depleting the environment and indiscriminately destroying the endangered tree species including Afzelia Africana, shea and mahogany among others. She told URN that she has been in the business for only three months following a connection with a friend and has never cut trees or burnt charcoal but been buying in small scale.
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We Won't Abandon Oil Despite Pressure - TOTAL Uganda Climate Change 3

At least 38 CSOs from Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo issued a communique rejecting the signing or conclusion of what they called secret agreements for the Tilenga, Kingfisher and East African Crude Oil Pipeline oil projects, until all court cases in various countries are determined. The cases mainly related to issues of human rights and the environment.