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VIDEO: UNRA razes illegal structures at Kalerwe

NBS: The Uganda National roads Authority this morning demolished a number of buildings and stalls along the bypass to pave way for the construction extension of the Kampala Northern Bypass. There were exchanges in some areas especially at Kalerwe with users of the land claiming that they were not notified …

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Kampala Deputy mayor calls for unity in first Makindye meeting

Kampala‘s Deputy Lord Mayor Hajjat Sarah Kanyike has cautioned against politicking,  urging Councillors  to concentrate on delivering service. Kanyike congratulated Kampala Councillors on their successful elections and high level of maturity exhibited. This was at a meeting Tuesday at Mt. Zion Hotel. She however castigated some from Makindye for perpetuating …

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Uganda hosts international water and sanitation symposium

Over 170 participants from 26 countries are in Kampala June 20-23 for the Kampala Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) symposium 2016. It is the sixth sustainability forum of its kind, and the first to be held on the African continent. WASH Sustainability forums bring together hundreds of experts, government representatives, …

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POLICE: Car thefts in Kampala up again

Uganda Police has registered increased cases of car thefts in the outskirts of Kampala in the past month and has called for public vigilance. Police identified Najjera, Kiwatule, Kisasi, Bahai, Lukuli- Nanganda, Namasuba Upper Hill, Kibuye- Ggaba, Kigoowa and Kigoowa  as high risk areas. According to police press officer Fred …

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UPDF: Soldier at Makindye Barracks shoots seven dead

THURSDAY 4PM BREAKING NEWS: Reports just in indicate at least eight people are dead after a shooting incident at Makindye Military Barracks in Kampala, Thursday afternoon. The barracks was sealed off soon after to allow investigations to take place. The first reports on the incident have come from the Uganda People’s Defence …

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