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The Rwandan leader relieved Gen Patrick Nyamvumba of his duties as internal security minister, citing “matters of accountability”

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The Board’s Principal Public Relations Officer, Ms Jennifer Kalule, said registration of candidates was put on halt until schools reopen

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Mr Alam was denied bail based on the lack of enabling law and is expected to appear in court on May 4

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Out of the 23 COVID-19 patients who were admitted to Mulago Hospital, 21 have since been discharged and two are still being treated at the facility, according to Dr Byarugaba Baterana, the executive director of the hospital

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The accused, a resident of Busigiri Zone, Bunamwaya in Wakiso District, was arrested yesterday on an offence of injuring or killing an animal contrary to Section 60 of the Uganda Wildlife Act, which prohibits illegal killing or maiming of wild animals.

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On Jinja Road, traffic officers on Wednesday allegedly impounded an empty pickup. The source wondered why drivers of empty pickups are being harassed when they are going to pick supplies

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The transporters association says the move will escalate the cost of transporting goods and compromise the security of the cargo.

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About a million jobs have already been rendered redundant, thousands of workers are at risk of being jobless as companies struggle to stay afloat.

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Mr Ibrahim Kamya, who represented Mr Zaake said that his client could neither walk nor talk which makes him unable to make any plea in court

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The party with more than 30 guests had reportedly been organised by a businessman who returned to Uganda from the UK through Dubai recently but refused to be quarantined

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Very few people who have remained with a sustained income are those offering essential services

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While conducting lessons via radio and television is indeed a brilliant idea, formalising the exercise, moreover, by government, is not

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Three parties are yet to agree on how to share president, deputy president and prime minister posts, with Mr Kenyatta set to name his heir should he choose to retire from active politics

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The Prime Minister said Britian was "beginning to turn the tide" in tackling COVID-19 but indicated no immediate lifting of lockdown restrictions

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The Prime Minister said Britian was "beginning to turn the tide" in tackling COVID-19 but indicated no immediate lifting of lockdown restrictions

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The World Health Organization warned that people who survive infection cannot be certain they will not be hit again by the respiratory disease

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Shoprite Holdings Ltd, Africa’s largest consumer goods retailer, is evaluating its operations in East Africa as part of a wider plan to exit markets that have proved to be unprofitable

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They recommend that countries hosting a high number of refugees need special and urgent support because the impact coronavirus will have on these countries is likely to be far greater

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Police deployed on all roads leading to and fro court in Jinja town

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Four more Tanzanian truck drivers have tested positive, bringing Uganda's virus cases to 79

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Europe's four worst-affected countries all reported marked drops in their daily death tolls, offering hope that the outbreak may have peaked in some places -- at least for now

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Europe's four worst-affected countries all reported marked drops in their daily death tolls, offering hope that the outbreak may have peaked in some places -- at least for now

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Kenya on Sunday confirmed 12 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of those who have tested positive to 355

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The confirmed cases were among the 1,578 samples tested among truck drivers on Sunday

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