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19:47
19:47

Gov't Planning Sexuality Education Amid High HIV Rates in Girls 4

Dr. Daniel Byamukama who heads the HIV Prevention Division at Uganda AIDS Commission says the iniative comes after a short survey done during the lockdown in 2020 showed that even as children have been at home for more than a year, they weren’t receiving guidance from their parents and guardians.
19:30
19:30

Express FC Defeats Gaddafi FC in Uganda Premier League 1 2

The victory takes Express to the fifth position with 19 points Gaddafi FC settles for the 10th position with just 13 points in eleven games played so far.
19:29
19:29

Supreme Court Orders for Written Submissions over Govt's Small Claims Application Patricia Mutesi 1

Small Claims are cases whose subject value does not exceed 10 million shillings and such matters are heard before Grade One Magistrates and both the person with a complaint and the one being sued were all previously representing themselves, until the October 5th 2021 unanimous decision by the Constitutional Court which paved way for the lawyers to participate in such proceedings.
18:41
18:41

Uganda Free Zones Scheme Boost Exports But Suffer Limitations 1 4

Currently, there are 23 export processing zones at different levels of growth, including Entebbe, currently under construction as the first Public Free Zone in the country. An investor qualifies to establish in a free zone when at least 80 percent of the planned production will be for export.
18:04
18:04

Fraudster Cons Police Officers of Millions by Offering Bogus Trips to Europe Fred Enanga 1 1

The fraudster targeted police officers attached to the directorate of Police Medical Services claiming that they had been selected for a trip to represent Police in Geneva - Switzerland for a healthcare leadership training course organized by the Swiss police in January 2022.
14:10
14:10

4000 Cars, Motorcycles Impounded in Traffic, Curfew Operations 1

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga explains that as Christmas and New Year’s Day festivities draw nearer, police have intensified operations against drivers violating traffic and road safety regulations as well any person including pedestrians moving during curfew time.
12:05
12:05

Start Teaching Electric Vehicles Repairs Now, Prof Balunywa tells Vocational Institutions 4

Prof Balunywa speaking during the national TVET conference said that teaching students to repair mechanical vehicles is important now but also training students in repairing electrical vehicles should be prioritized. He says the same applies to the other sections like civil engineering as machines can now do plastering, bricklaying, and also construct buildings without the need to use hands.
11:49
11:49

WHO Approves Mix and Match for COVID -19 Vaccines COVID-19 vaccines 1 Top story

A dossier released by the Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on immunization last evening shows that the panel that sat on December 7, has agreed and recommended that countries that are currently using inactivated vaccines such as the Sinovac vaccine that was initially used to inoculate teachers in Uganda may consider using MRNA vaccines such as Pfizer/BioNTech as a booster.
07:47
07:47

Govt Procurement Body Directs Contractors to Reveal Real Owners

"This will help the Government of Uganda to understand and know the persons it is dealing with for purposes of risk mitigation, fighting corruption, fraud, and tax evasion, to achieve greater transparency," it says.
06:26
06:26

Speaker, Finance Ministry Interface Over Medical Interns Strike striking doctors 4 1

Medical interns laid down their tools over low salaries, compensating families of doctors that succumbed to COVID-19 in line of duty, working with limited tools such as sundries and personal protective equipment in addition to constant drug stock-outs in hospitals. The doctors are also protesting the health ministry’s decision to evict all medical interns from their training health facilities.
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