Home Posts tagged covid-19
Africa Health News
President Museveni on Tuesday asked top US government officials to partner with Uganda and other African states to fund and grow commitment towards vaccine production on the bloc.  As the first speaker from Africa in the Partnering for Sustainable Health Cooperation and Health Security Forum at the ongoing US Africa Leaders Summit in Washington DC, Mr Continue Reading
Health News
President Yoweri Museveni has resurrected COVID-19 restrictions ordering that those who have not been vaccinated stay away from public gatherings. In a televised address, about the health situation in the country, Museveni said the National Task Force on COVID-19 had reviewed the current situation in the country and made recommendations aimed at avoiding a resurgence Continue Reading
Agriculture Business Education Energy Environment Health Investigation News Politics Tourism World
7th June, 2022 – Kololo Independence Grounds: Your Excellency the Vice President, Right Honourable Speaker, His Lordship the Chief Justice Rt. Hon. Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Secretary-General of the NRM, Hon. Members of Parliament, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Ladies, and Gentlemen. In fulfillment of the Constitutional requirement under Continue Reading
Police on Wednesday morning arrested a total of 86 revelers (COVIDIOTS) who were found in bars past curfew time and flouting Covid19 Standard Operating Procedures. President Yoweri Museveni on Sunday emphasized that all bars are to stay closed and that night curfew would remain at 9:00PM as part of the means to curb the alarming […]Continue Reading
Health News
The Minister of State for Primary Healthcare, Joyce Moriku Kaducu has assured the country that the government is handling the Covid-19 outbreak in St. Mary’s Hospital, Lacor. She said that a response team from the Ministry of Health and World Health Organisation has been sent to respond to the situation. “The country is faced with […]Continue Reading
Business News
Constrained global financial conditions caused by Covid-19 have led to massive portfolio outflows from Africa, exceeding $5 billion in the first quarter of 2020, a new continent-wide survey on trade finance has shown. About $3.1 billion left the South African market alone, the report found.Launched days ago, the African Trade Finance Survey Report examines how […]Continue Reading
News Opinions
Dany Mawas, Regional Director at INFINOX Capital) says there are several factors that are required for successful trading, and this is especially important for beginner traders to take note of. “Trading is increasing in popularity in Africa, with more people spending time online and seeking additional incomes as a result of COVID-19, however many don’t […]Continue Reading
Health News
Nearly 100,000 vulnerable people (15,500 households) in Juba started receiving much needed support through the World Bank funded South Sudan Safety Net Project (SSSNP), in the form of cash transfers. The UN Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in partnership with the Government of South Sudan are managing the cash transfers. Launched in July 2020, the […]Continue Reading