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Thursday 17 April
15:15 Death Toll Of Kapchorwa Accident Reaches 4 +
14:38 16-year-old Receives One Year Jail Term for Stealing 9 Eggs +
  •  SC Victoria University for Inaugural Cecafa Nile Basin Cup Winners Cup
14:18 SC Victoria University for Inaugural Cecafa Nile Basin Cup Winners Cup
Uganda Cup winners SC Victoria University will represent the country at the inaugural Cecafa Nile Basin Cup Winners Cup in Sudan next month.
12:52 2 Arrested For Raping, Robbing 70-year-old Woman +
12:26 Uganda's Wait for Floating Hotel Enters 13th Year Top story +
  • Buruuli Cultural Leaders Reject AG Legal Opinion on Kabakas Visit
11:22 Buruuli Cultural Leaders Reject AG Legal Opinion on Kabaka's Visit
In the petition,Isabaruuli Mwogezi Butamanya complained about the appointment of Kimbugwe (Buganda Representative in Buruuli) yet the position doesn’t hold any cultural significance but administrative roles which are against cultural leaders act 2011.
09:57 Ntoroko Residents Encroach On Burial Land +
  • MV Pearl Fails to Leave Bukakata Over Adulterated Fuel
09:10 MV Pearl Fails to Leave Bukakata Over Adulterated Fuel
MV Pearl engineers rejected 8000 litres of diesel meant to fuel the ferry forcing passengers destined for Masaka and Kalangala district to miss their trip.
08:31 New Regulatory Body To Take Over NDA With Bigger Mandate Top story +
  • Buganda Kingdom Moves to Redevelop Mengo Palace
08:07 Buganda Kingdom Moves to Redevelop Mengo Palace Top story
Buganda Kingdom has created a board to oversee the redevelopment of Mengo Palace and make use of the 250 acres of land on which the palace sits. Buganda Kingdom Premier Charles Peter Mayiga introduced the board to the public on Wednesday.
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Thursday 17 April
15:15 Death Toll Of Kapchorwa Accident Reaches 4 +
14:38 16-year-old Receives One Year Jail Term for Stealing 9 Eggs +
12:52 2 Arrested For Raping, Robbing 70-year-old Woman +
Wednesday 16 April
18:16 Three Pupils Killed, Scores Injured In Kapchorwa Accident. +
  • Police Considers Profiling Criminals and Ex-Convicts
15:27 Police Considers Profiling Criminals and Ex-Convicts
According to Nabakooba this will create fear amongst criminals especially those that are well known.
11:08 Court Finally Resettles 87- Year- Old Widow +
09:53 Robbers Shoot Dead Asian Businessman in Bundibugyo +
08:11 Man Handed 30 Years for Hacking Brother to Death +
Tuesday 15 April
16:48 Kibaale Robber Nabbed with a Fake Gun +
  • 35 Years After Amin Downfall, Napak Massacre Memories Still Fresh
10:23 35 Years After Amin Downfall, Napak Massacre Memories Still Fresh Top story
Elias Mohamed Opong (82), a resident of Katanga village in Moroto district recalls the massacre saying the incident was the bloodiest ever in the history of Karamoja. 200 Karimojong were shot dead by panicking Uganda Army soldiers.
Thursday 17 April
15:15 Death Toll Of Kapchorwa Accident Reaches 4 +
Wednesday 16 April
18:16 Three Pupils Killed, Scores Injured In Kapchorwa Accident. +
17:35 Rwandan Ambassador: We Don't Believe in Kidnapping and Eliminating Genocide Perpetrators +
15:15 Somali Nationals Overwhelm National ID Registration Centres +
Tuesday 15 April
16:52 UPDF Guns Recovered in Kenya Police Operation +
07:04 Six Sub Counties In Kitgum Miss Out on Day 1 of National ID Registration +
Monday 14 April
17:57 Low Turnout in Mbale as National ID Registration Kicks Off +
Friday 11 April
11:09 Stray Buffaloes Injure Three People in Adjumani +
  • General Katumba Wamala: UPDF in South Sudan to Prevent Genocide
09:40 General Katumba Wamala: UPDF in South Sudan to Prevent Genocide Top story
On renegade General David Sejusa, Katumba says Sejusa took a personal decision that has no reflection on the UPDF. He says the UPDF remains united behind their commander-in-chief President Yoweri Museveni.
Thursday 17 April
14:38 16-year-old Receives One Year Jail Term for Stealing 9 Eggs +
12:52 2 Arrested For Raping, Robbing 70-year-old Woman +
Wednesday 16 April
15:37 Court Okays Deregistration of Inactive Political Parties +
11:08 Court Finally Resettles 87- Year- Old Widow +
08:11 Man Handed 30 Years for Hacking Brother to Death +
Tuesday 15 April
16:48 Kibaale Robber Nabbed with a Fake Gun +
10:04 University Students Handed 8-years for Man Slaughter +
Monday 14 April
  • Kabale Municipality Dragged to Court over Cemetery Relocation Plan
10:45 Kabale Municipality Dragged to Court over Cemetery Relocation Plan
The cemetery was established in 1950 when Kabale was still a town board and it has always been mainly used to bury the unclaimed bodies. Its planned relocation has drawn mixed reactions with a cross section of the Municipal residents raising concern over the failure by the municipality to secure another piece of land where the unclaimed bodies can be buried.
Friday 11 April
15:22 Jinja Courts Overwhelmed with Backlog of Cases +
13:56 Cannibalism Suspects Receive Hostile Reception During Court Appearance +
Thursday 17 April
14:38 16-year-old Receives One Year Jail Term for Stealing 9 Eggs +
  • Buganda Kingdom Moves to Redevelop Mengo Palace
08:07 Buganda Kingdom Moves to Redevelop Mengo Palace Top story
Buganda Kingdom has created a board to oversee the redevelopment of Mengo Palace and make use of the 250 acres of land on which the palace sits. Buganda Kingdom Premier Charles Peter Mayiga introduced the board to the public on Wednesday.
Wednesday 16 April
  • Grasshoppers Have Made Me Rich
17:03 Grasshoppers Have Made Me Rich Top story
Tonjabya" (translation: Don't bring me down) Quraish Katongole is famous in Masaka for two reasons: his four commuter taxis and a trade he has been involved in for 20 years, selling grasshoppers.
Tuesday 15 April
  • African Countries In Elephant DNA Sampling To Stump Out Poaching
15:07 African Countries In Elephant DNA Sampling To Stump Out Poaching
African countries have started profiling their elephants in a bid to fight rampant poaching across the continent. Under the new approach, the DNA of different families of elephants are taken for analysis to know where they are located. Spearheaded by Dr. Samuel Wasser of the Washington University, the sample will provide valuable information on the origin of the ivory when arrested on the international market.
11:36 Police Moves to Ban Clan Corporal Punishment +
Friday 11 April
13:56 Cannibalism Suspects Receive Hostile Reception During Court Appearance +
10:27 Crowd Turns Up To Hear Cannibalism Suspects Case +

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