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  • Finance Minister Kasaija blames drought for Uganda's slow economic growth

  • Deputy Chief Justice Owiny-Dollo meets Gulu-Namugongo pilgrims

  • Parliament approves government's 40 trillion shilling budget

  • Teachers dig in, warn gov't officials to stop intimidating them

  • Mbale residents insist their town has what it takes to become a city

  • Teso embarks on cashew-nut growing

  • Court orders government to pay Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago's salary arrears

  • Parliament to pass UGX 40.4 trillion budget

  • EC warns political parties on early campaigns

  • ANALYSIS: What lies ahead for Mugisha Muntu’s new party?

  • Court issues injunction against UCC directive suspending journalists

  • UP COUNTRY WRAP: Transport disrupted as River Sezibwa bursts its banks

  • Medical council faults Nsambya hospital over patient's death

  • We’ve been succesfully fighting corruption - Prime Minister's Office

  • Martyrs’ day 2019 organizers say they are short of funds

  • Bobi Wine's case adjourned to appear in court on July 10

  • What OPM has achieved in the last three years of NRM

  • 50 more Bududa families relocated to new homes in Bulambuli

  • CSOs reject proposal to exempt Mps from paying OTT