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HER EXCELLENCY JESSICA ALUPO (MP) VICE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA AT THE 9th VISIONARIES AWARD CEREMONY 2021 VENUE: KAMPALA SERENA HOTEL

Courtesy Photos. STATEMENT BY HER EXCELLENCY JESSICA ALUPO (MP) VICE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA AT THE 9th VISIONARIES AWARD CEREMONY 2021 VENUE: KAMPALA SERENA HOTEL DATE: 2 nd DECEMBER, 2021 The Proprietor/Team Leader The Visionaries of Uganda Mr. Job Mwesigwa, Hon. Ministers, Hon. Members of Parliament, All professional bodies in Uganda, Ladies and […]

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Kenya has made tremendous progress in containing HIV, President Kenyatta says

NAKURU, 1st December 2021, (PSCU)—President Uhuru Kenyatta has said Kenya had made tremendous progress in slowing down the spread of HIV/AIDS in recent years noting that new infections had declined by 68.4% between 2013 and this year. Within the same period, the President said deaths attributed to HIV/AIDS had dipped by 67% from 58,446 people in

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As omicron variant alarm spreads, countries mull a radical ‘pandemic treaty’

Omicron was the Black Friday surprise no one wanted. But this mysterious and alarming new coronavirus variant has injected itself into a global debate about vaccine inequality and pandemic responses at a potentially crucial moment. Less than a week after the new variant was reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) by South Africa, global leaders

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Leader of Opposition casts doubt on mining law amendment

The Leader of the Opposition, Hon Mathias Mpuuga (L) meeting meeting artisan miners at Nakyooga in Kabale district The Opposition in Parliament has raised a red flag on the proposed amendment of the Mining Act (2003) to give the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development sweeping powers over the country’s natural resources. While meeting artisan

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Covid-19: Rwanda introduces booster shot for high-risk groups

A health worker during a vaccination exercise in Kigali . / Dan Nsengiyumva Rwanda will, effective Tuesday November 30, gradually roll out Covid-19 vaccine booster shots to elderly citizens aged 50 and above, the Ministry of Health announced om Monday. The roll out will also be extended to people aged between 30 and 49 living

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President @KagutaMuseveni concluded his state visit to the United Republic of Tanzania with a visit to the ancestral home of the Late Tanzania President,John Pombe Joseph Magufuli. He paid his respects & laid a wreath on the grave of the former head of state.

Asante Sana watu wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania. Asante Sana Mh. @SuluhuSamia kwa ukaribisho mzuri. Mungu awabiriki! pic.twitter.com/hIkFvb9xAD — Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) November 29, 2021

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China to donate 600 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Africa

  What the heck is going on with the PainChek (ASX:PCK) share price Messi wins Ballon d’Or for seventh time BEIJING (AP) — China has pledged to donate 600 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccines to Africa as the world grapples with the unequal distribution of the shots between rich and poor countries.© Provided by

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Biden says the omicron variant is ‘a cause for concern, not a cause for panic,’ as he urges vaccinations and boosters

As questions loom large about the new omicron coronavirus variant, President Biden is telling Americans to stay calm and get vaccinated and boosted to receive the best protection. The emerging COVID-19 variant was first identified last week in South Africa, and countries including the U.S. have restricted travel from southern African countries to get ahead

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South Africa’s president calls for reversing ‘unjustified’ omicron travel bans

  South Africa’s president is calling on countries to reverse the “unjustified” travel bans that were put in place to combat the spread of the new omicron variant of the coronavirus, contending that such restrictions are not based in science.”We call upon all those countries that have imposed travel bans on our country and our

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Kampala International University Climaxes a three day Mass Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign at their Main Campus in Kansanga.

Kampala, Uganda: By Julius Mugaga/ KMA Updates. All Photos provided by KIU. A total 1316 people have been vaccinated in this campaign that has run from (Tuesday 23rd to Thursday, 25th November 202). This followed Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mouhamad Mpezamihigo  Speech at the KIU 24th graduation ceremony on 20th November 2021 that the University in

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