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The Oral Cholera Vaccination campaign in six districts that only receieved a single dose of the Oral cholera vaccines is scheduled to start in May 2021 to complete the doses and ensure full protection of eligible persons. The districts, which received their first dose in November 2020 are; Busia, Kasese, Obongi, Namayingo, Madi-Okollo and Ntoroko. […]

The government of Japan has contributed approximately 9.8 million USD towards the mitigation of the Covid-19 impacts onto the refugees and refugee-hosting communities in Uganda. This was revealed by the Ambassador of Japan to Uganda, H.E. Hidemoto Fukuzawa during a joint press conference held at the Uganda Media Centre on Tuesday April 20, 2021. According […]

The Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has said that the curfew time will be maintained despite calls by Members of Parliament to have it lifted. Rugunda was on Tuesday speaking during the plenary after Members of Parliament who called for the curfew to be lifted to enable Muslims to pray and fast freely during the period […]

It was a sombre mood at Rubaga Cathedral when Christians from Kampala Archdiocese gathered for the Easter vigil mass, hours after the death of their Archbishop, His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga. The Easter Vigil is the greatest liturgy of the entire year in the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church. It is also the […]

Cabinet at the start of this week approved a proposal to build a satellite station to aid development of space capabilities in a well coordinated and harmonised manner in the country. This was revealed by the minister for ICT and National Guidance, Judith Nabakooba in a press release dated March 24. According to the document, […]

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 Derrick AsabaIn a bid to create a fair marketing ground between taxpayers and consumers, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) seeks to introduce a mobile app to enable consumers to tell products that are authentic and not. Last year, URA gazetted products that are supposed to have digital tax stamps like water, soda, waragi and beer. […]

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 […]

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