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Safaricom Announces Internet Outage Amid Finance Bill 2024 Protests: “You May Experience Low Speed 

Views: 0 Safaricom PLC has confirmed internet disruptions across the country amid ongoing Finance Bill 2024 protests. PAY ATTENTION: TUKO is in WhatsApp Channels now! Subscribe and read news in favourite messenger. The leading telecommunications firm said the internet outage was caused by the failure of its two underwater cables, which deliver internet traffic in […]

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The Fall Out: Minister Anite, UIA bosses, split over Shs545m ‘service award’

Views: 1 L TO R: UIA DIRECTOR GENERAL, MR ROBERT MUKIZA, UGANDA’S STATE MINISTER FOR PRIVATISATION AND INVESTMENT, MS EVELYN ANITE AND UIA BOARD CHAIRMAN, MR MORRISON RWAKAKAMBA. The State Minister of Finance (for Investment and Privatisation) Hon Evelyn Anite is currently at loggerheads with Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) top bosses; Mr Robert Mukiza (Director

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Even Himachal’s hill stations are reeling under a heat wave

Views: 0 Extreme temperatures and low precipitation is hurting agriculture and causing forest fires. A forest fire in the hills near Shimla. | Special arrangement In mid-June, as a heat wave swept through North India, many from the plains escaped to Himachal Pradesh, only to find that its hill stations were also in the grip

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Over 1,000 pilgrims died during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, officials say

Views: 3 CAIRO (AP) — More than 1,000 people died during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia as the faithful faced extreme high temperatures at Islamic holy sites in the desert kingdom, officials said Sunday. More than half of the fatalities were people from Egypt, according to two officials in Cairo. Egypt revoked the

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PLU condemns corruption as its disciplinary head, Mawanda is remanded

Views: 0 The Patriotic League of Uganda (PLU) has acknowledged the arrest of  Mawanda Micheal Maranga, their director of mobilization and head of disciplinary committee. The organization emphasized its stance on corruption and the rule of law while urging calm among its supporters. David Kabanda, the General Secretary of PLU, confirmed the arrest and reiterated

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Over 2 million strand as floods ravage parts of Bangladesh

Views: 1 An aerial view shows flooded area in Companiganj of Sylhet district on Thursday. AFP Monsoon rains and upstream river water from India have caused widespread flooding in northeastern Bangladesh, stranding more than 2 million people, and the situation could worsen, officials said on Friday. The UN children’s agency UNICEF said trapped residents in

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World’s oldest termite mounds discovered in South Africa – and they’ve been storing precious carbon for thousands of years

Views: 3 Purple spring flowers growing on termite mounds in Namaqualand The landscape along the Buffels River in South Africa’s Namaqualand region is dotted with thousands of sandy mounds that occupy about 20% of the surface area. These heuweltjies, as the locals call them (the word means “little hills” in Afrikaans), are termite mounds, inhabited by an

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SOUTH SUDAN’S KIIR TO OPEN JUBA STADIUM ON TUESDAY

Views: 0 South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir will officially open the Juba National Stadium on June 11, the committee in charge of the ceremony has announced. The Undersecretary in the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the head of the Supreme Committee for the opening of the Juba National Stadium, Deborah Akec, disclosed that FIFA

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FAO launches digital information, surveillance to transform Agro-food systems

Views: 0The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has launched an innovative digital information and surveillance system in Kabale District. The digital system is aimed at championing Agro-food Data collection and analysis to inform an evidence-based Agro-food system transformation agenda. This initiative aims to ensure that people have sufficient, nutritious, and productive

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Activists embark on tree planting campaign in schools to preserve environment

Views: 1 Iganga, (UG):- Activists under the Busoga Development Agency (BUDA) have asked people in Busoga to embrace tree planting in preserving the environment as an approach to countering the environmental challenges affecting the sub-region. The campaign is expected to cover a number of schools in the area. BUDA is a community agency which was established

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