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  • Lowered cost of drugs could save Sicklers

  • Oil companies tasked to protect environment

  • MPs call for overhaul of Central Bank management

  • Fight against corruption is not a competition - IGG to Lt Col Edith Nakalema

  • Schools turn to biometric systems to combat absenteeism

  • Scandals have tainted Central Bank credibility - Economists

  • One killed in Busia-Bugiri highway accident

  • Chief Justice, Bart Katureebe promises to deal with case backlog

  • Rice farmers in Kibuku speak against climate change bill

  • Uganda Medical Association happy with 2019/20 budget

  • UNDP partners with private sector to combat climate change effects

  • NSSF unveils third season of 'Friends with Benefit' show

  • Ntugamo teacher arrested on sodomy allegations

  • Speaker Kadaga calls for more Ebola awareness campaigns

  • Masaka Hospital wants fully fledged Ebola isolation centre

  • EALA MPs ‘name and shame’ officials accused of mismanagement of funds

  • Houses, plantations destroyed after River Unyama burst its banks