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The She Cranes lost their second game at the ongoing Africa Netball Cup in South Africa to all but end Uganda's hopes of retaining the title they won in Kampala. Malawi won the match 45-49 in the match held at Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town South Africa.
This was Uganda's second loss of the tournament following Sunday's narrow loss to hosts South Africa. Courtesy Photo
Mumbere in court
Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere was at the International Crimes Division of the High Court at Kololo for the ruling on the relaxation of his bail terms.
Mumbere who was accompanied by his wife Agnes Ithungu, however, will have to wait a little longer after the ruling was postponed to Thursday.
Mumbere confers with members of his legal team at the court in Kololo. Photo by Timothy Murungi
Mumbere with his wife Agnes Ithungu at the court. Photo by Timothy Murungi
FDC dialogue with Museveni
The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) at the party's weekly press briefing stated its desire to have a dialogue with President Yoweri Museveni regarding his retirement.
FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda addressing the press at the party headquarters in Najjanakumbi. Photo by Wilfred Sanya
Oil pipeline public hearings
The East African Crude Oil Pipe Line (EACOP) public hearings began in Kakumiro district with the government assuring the country that the project is progressing despite reports of a standoff.
People affected by the project attended the hearing held at Kisiita Primary School and expressed worry that the government has not helped the locals acquire land titles, leaving them vulnerable to land grabbers.
National Environment Management Authority board chairman Sandy Stevens Tickodri-Togboa (centre) during the meeting. Photo by Ismael Kasooha
State minister for energy Peter Lokeris addressing the media shortly after submissions at the public hearing. Photo by Ismael Kasooha
Minister Peter Lokeris (left), with Kabagambe Kaliisa, the presidential advisor on oil and gas and the chairperson of the Royal Commission in Bunyoro during the public hearing. Photo by Ismael Kasooha
Traffic Police on Monday led an operation to crackdown on motorists who do not respect traffic rules in the Kampala City centre.
Police tows motorcycles that were netted in the operation along Kampala Road. Photo by Abbey Ramadhan
Mbarara University students protest
Students of Mbarara University of Science and Technology on Monday afternoon stormed the office of the Mbarara resident district commissioner seeking for an explanation over the insecurity levels around the university. This after a second-year student, Brian Akampulira, was murdered at TASO village in Kamukuzi division. They had a closed-door meeting with the RDC Lt Col James Mwesigye attended by district leaders and the students' representatives.
Students engage the RDC Lt Col James Mwesigye outside his office. Photo by Adolf Ayoreka
John Marie Iga an employee in with the Ugandan embassy in Denmark was charged at the Anti-Corruption Court in Kololo. The former accountant in the Ministry of Local Government is accused of embezzling sh102m between 2014 and 2015.
John Marie Iga arrives at the Anti-Corruption Court in Kololo where he was charged. Photo by Karim Ssozi
Police press briefing
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga shares a light moment with journalists as he arrives for a press briefing at Central Police Station in Kampala. Photo by Ramadhan Abbey