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10:45
10:45

Oulanyah’s Death A Blow to East African Bloc -EALA Speaker 1 3

Addressing journalists at Parliament on Monday, Ngoga said that the Late Oulanyah died at a very resourceful age before the country and the East African bloc could benefit from his vision and leadership experience.
16:07
16:07

EAC Council of Ministers Approves DRC’s Request to Join EAC DRC Congo 1

The East African Community (EAC) Council of Ministers has recommended to the Summit of the EAC Heads of States for the admission of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
19:31
19:31

Leaders Push for Expedited Uganda – South Sudan Border Demarcation 1 3

Geoffrey Osborn Oceng, the Amuru Resident District Commissioner says the protracted border impasse has resulted into insecurity, interrupted cross border economic c activities and displacement of communities.
10:15
10:15

Uganda Asks South Sudan to Waive Visa Fees Rebecca Kadaga 1 4

The Government of Uganda will reverse it's decision to waive visa fees for South Sudanese if their Government doesn't Reciprocate the same for Ugandans.
17:42
17:42

Now Mabirizi Sues EAC Secretary General Male Mabirizi 2 1

He also wants Court to issue an injunction permanently restraining the Secretary General of the East Africa Community from issuing any further unlawful statements of that nature against him.
10:51
10:51

EAC Partner States Urged to Treat Covid-19 Positive Truck Drivers

This is one of the guidelines issued by the EAC secretariat to Facilitate Movement of Goods and Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The administrative guidelines were developed by the EAC Adhoc Regional Coordination Committee on COVID-19 response, to complement national measures against COVID-19, ensure smooth and uninterrupted movement of goods and services and mitigate the negative impact of COVID-19 on the free movement of goods and services.
16:33
16:33

Manufacturers Frustrating Kaveera Ban – Minister 2 1

Enforcement of the ban remains a challenge in Uganda. According to the Minister, the government backtracked after a request from the manufacturers, to the president, for ample time to transfer the technology to producing heavier polythene material.
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