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The European Medicines Agency has said that unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should be added as a possible adverse side effect of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. The recommendation was made after a review of 63 cases of reported blood clots that developed moments after receiving the vaccine from several European countries. The majority […]

The pandemic has been an exceptionally tough time for everyone. The highly contagious nature of COVID-19 does not allow physical proximity between people, making it almost impossible to extend support to those in need. But nurses in Brazil have come up with a novel idea to comfort isolated patients. At a time when the country […]

Startups in Africa confront the pandemicAs COVID hits Africa’s economy hard, young entrepreneurs have declared war on the disease. Many startups have found creative ways to resolve added challenges caused by the pandemic. A Nigerian entrepreneur Luther Lawoyin’s fourth startup is a food cooperative platform, PricePally, through which several households can place a joint order […]

By Amy Presidents of South Africa, the DRC, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Mozambique, Comoros and Malawi, as well as other top representatives from across the continent, attend Dodoma service.Leaders from across Africa have paid tribute to John Magufuli, Tanzania’s late president who leaves a complex legacy following his sudden death last week.Magufuli died aged 61 […]

A few days ago Kenya’s Agriculture and Food Authority announced a ban on the importation of maize from Uganda citing high levels of mycotoxins that are beyond safety limits.In a letter dated 5th March 2021 addressed to Pamela Ahago, the Commissioner of Customs Kenya Revenue Authority, the Acting Director-General of Kenya’s Agriculture and Food Authority […]

Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom has explained why some members of the royal family were blocked from accessing the Palace early this week. The five royals were turned away on Monday by Uganda People’s Defense Forces-UPDF soldiers guarding the Palace. They include Princesses Joan Winyi Gafabusa, Margret Kabakwonga, Stella Kabagahya, Beatrice Kabahande and Prince Samuel Nyaika, all siblings […]

By Amy White polished uniform worn by men and women at street corners and round about spots in mainly busy roads in city centers, the Uganda Traffic Police has been noticed doing its duty and easily noticed as well. But this is changing now as Police leadership has resolved to replace the white uniform for […]

By Amy Death hit the house of the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga following the death of her niece Sheila Kadaga, daughter of the only surviving brother of the Speaker, Paul Kadaga, the politician who died on December 8 last year as he was intending to contest for the Kamuli Municipality MP seat in the […]

By Amy The nationwide curfew imposed by the president to contain the spread of COVID-19 runs from 9 pm to 6 am. The curfew has generally reduced the level of criminal activity in many areas though in some, criminals have devised other ways to keep vandalizing through their practices. Amuru has been battling criminal elements […]

Tony Opio is a native of Otuke District and had dropped out of senior three 14 years ago due to the over two decades insurgency in Northern Uganda. And is among the 4,387 registered candidates for the Uganda Certificate of Education-exams in Lira district. He is the proprietor of Universal Interlink Company Ltd, a multi-million […]