post covid-19 effect rises malnutrition cases, leaves Donor counites worried

The United Nations has feared that the combined effect of the covid-19 pandemic, climate change and armed conflicts has led to a rapid rise of malnutrition case in parts of Africa and... Read more »

Entertainment Indusry prepares come-back after two years of lockdown

After waiting in vain for the reopening of the Entertainment industry, Musicians, comedians and other artists are now happy that the sector is open for business. during president Museveni’s address to the... Read more »

BOBI WINE POINTS ACCUSING FINGER ON GOVERNMENT OVER HIGH FUEL PRICES

Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has accused the Ugandan government for the rise in fuel prices. Since last week, the country has been faced with gradual rise in fuel prices... Read more »

Gov’t sets measures for passengers as covid cases increase

Following an increase in covid cased during the previous week, the Ministry of Health has set up guidelines for those who us e public transport in a bid to minimize on the... Read more »

India covid cases shoot up due to Omnicron variant

India has registers a quadruple number of patients with corona virus with the Omnicron taking over the delta variant. The country has seen a rise In covid cases reaching 90,928 in the... Read more »

Education ministry warns on early school re-opening

The Ministry of Education and sports has warned private schools from opening up before Monday 10th January 2022. Some schools have been complaining saying that they should allow students report to school... Read more »

Govt introduces new transport fares as a measure to make transpot affordable.

The ministry of works and transport in collaboration with other stakeholders have reduced the transport fares on different routes in many parts of the country. This comes after President Museveni on 31st... Read more »

Transport ministry sets new transport fares

The ministry of works and Transport in a joint effort with the public Transport stakeholders has made a downward revision of Transport fairs. This comes after the president of Uganda, H.E. Yoweri... Read more »

Govt warns schools ready to hike fees

The minister for higher education, J.C Muyingo has asked schools not to hike their school fees ahead of the reopening of schools in January next year. The minister said this would not... Read more »

Museveni reaffirms reopening of schools

The President of the Republic of Uganda has once again assured the country of the full reopening of schools next year. He said this in response to some Ugandans crying out for... Read more »