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Buganda Land Board, Radio Maria, sign MoU to sensitize public on land issues

Views: 0 BUGANDA LAND BOARD OFFICIALS IN GROUP PHOTO WITH THE STAFF OF RADIO MARIA AFTER SIGNING THE AGREEMENT. Kampala, (UG):- The Buganda Land Board has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Catholic Church’s Radio Maria 103.7 FM to educate and disseminate information to citizens on land issues and further reduce the increasing fraudulent acts […]

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MP Joyce Bagala criticises LOP over committee reassignment, expresses party loyalty

Views: 0 The Woman Member of Parliament for Mityana, Joyce Bagala, has voiced her discontent with the Leader of the Opposition, Joel Ssenyonyi, for his objections to her reassignment to the Government Assurances Committee. Bagala attributes these developments to political maneuvering within the opposition ranks. During Wednesday’s plenary session, Parliament rejected the proposal by Opposition

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Govt looks at new HIV/AIDS prevention options as new cases spike

Views: 2 Kampala, (UG):- As new cases of HIV/AIDS infections continue to spike in various parts of Uganda, Government, through the Ministry of Health has reaffirmed its commitment to ending the virus by 2030 with a full focus on the new prevention options available. According to Ms Harriet Nangobi, an official and health expert from the

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North West primary school embroiled in claims and counterclaims of sexual misconduct and incitement

Views: 4 A Grade 1 learner stands in front of his class at a school in Cape Town, 8 March 2018.  In North West, a primary school teacher has been suspended amid claims of inciting learners to allege that a senior teacher was in a sexual relationship with a learner. Unlike our competitors, we don’t

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Malawi VP Saulos Chilima, 9 others confirmed dead in plane crash

Views: 0MALAWI VICE PRESIDENT, DR SAULOS KLAUS CHILIMA IS DEAD Blantyre, (MW):- Malawi Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima and nine other passengers have been confirmed to have died in a Monday plane crash after their military jet crashed into a mountainous forest on Monday, June 10. In a statement on Tuesday, June 11, Colleen Samba, the

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Corruption, an evil that nourishes the NRM’s rule

Views: 4The National Resistance Movement (NRM) manifesto implementation unit in the office of the president has highlighted high levels of corruption, a limited resource envelope for development projects, and delays in land acquisition as key challenges heavily affecting the implementation of the 2021–2026 manifesto. The challenges, according to the Director Manifesto Implementation Unit, Willis Bashasha,

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Coca-Cola commits to sustainability with recycled packaging plan

Views: 12 The success of the PETCO model has led to its expansion into Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia. In Summary •This is part of the company’s effort to build resilience and address both current and future environmental challenges, while fostering positive change for the globe. •To promote a circular economy, the company aims to reduce

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Don’t cry for Mandela’s party; ANC’s poll loss is self-inflicted.

Views: 0 African National Congress (ANC) supporters at FNB stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on May 25, 2024. There is losing, and then there is losing. The loss that the African National Congress suffered in the recently concluded elections in South Africa is losing of a special type. It is almost as if the erstwhile

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Africa agrees to provide stable supply of minerals to South Korea

Views: 1 South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, right, shakes hands with Mauritania President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani after the joint press conference for the 2024 Korea-Africa Summit in Goyang, South Korea on June 4, 2024. African leaders gathering in Seoul on Tuesday agreed to ensure an organised, stable supply of minerals to South Korea, enabling

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Bobi Wine walks tightrope in frosty relations with Mengo.

Views: 1 HE. Kyagulanyi Robert at Mengo playing grounds. What you need to know: For most of this year, National Unity Platform’s (NUP) principal Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, popularly known Bobi Wine, has been on the plane globetrotting. After his musical performance in the United Kingdom, he returned to Uganda where his party is experiencing turbulence

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