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22:59
22:59

Gov’t to Vaccinate Learners Aged Above 12 Before Schools Reopen 3 1

The idea, according to Janet Kataha Museveni, the Minister in charge of Education and Sports, is part of the plan developed by the education COVID-19 response committee and the national task force on COVID-19 disease, to control the possible surge of infections among school ongoing childr
20:11
20:11

Absentee Teachers Must Lose Jobs- Mrs Museveni 2 1

She made the call during the release of the Uganda Certificate of Education Examination results, this afternoon, where it was indicated that there was a poor performance of learners in science subjects. According to the results released, nearly half of the candidates that sat for the examinations failed sciences despite the government's efforts to boost the field.
17:41
17:41

Parliament Clerks Caution Accountability Committees on Compromise Opposition MPs 6 1

According to Dr Tumukwasibwe, the focus of opposition-led accountability committees is Anti-corruption that includes misuse, diversion, embezzlement of public funds; stealing of public assets; nepotism in the recruitment of public servants and award of tenders and others.
17:39
17:39

COVID-19 Infections, Deaths Remain High Amidst Calls to End Lockdown Ministry of Health 2 2

The country then recorded 14,073 cases, in the first fortnight of the lockdown, a figure which was halved to 7,122 cases in the second fortnight, and further to 3,308 cases in the last fortnight of the lockdown. Overall, between June 1 and July 29, Uganda recorded 46,135 news cases according to an analysis of the John Hopkins University coronavirus data tracker.
16:56
16:56

Science Subjects Worst Performed 3 1

UNEB Executive Secretary Dan Odongo, notes that although there is an overall improvement in performance, science subjects remain a challenge for many candidates with chemistry being the worst done subject.
16:03
16:03

Court Fixes Dates to Decide on Vehicle Tracking Cases Legal Brains Trust 2 2

The two applications were filed by city lawyer Male Mabirizi and Legal Brains Trust, a non for profit organization head by lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde.
15:38
15:38

UCE Results: Examination Malpractices Reduce UCE 2020 1 2

According to UNEB, a total of 1,292 examination results will be withheld compared to 1,825 in the previous year. This shows a reduction in 533 exams witheld
15:26
15:26

Cheptegei, Kiplimo Scoop Silver and Bronze in Tokyo Olympic Games Olympics 2 Top story

The two Ugandans put up a spirited and colourful finish to the games moving from the middle pack to challenge a combination of Kenyan and Ethiopian athletes to the finish line.
15:15
15:15

Swimmer Kirabo Namutebi Sets New National Record on Debut in Olympic Games Olympics 1

Kirabo 16, posted 26:63 in a rather competitive race behind Ecuador’s Anicka Delgado who won the heat in 25:36 and Elinah Phillip who came second in 25:74.
14:33
14:33

UNEB Records Improved Perfomance in UCE UCE 2020 2 1 Top story

According to the results released on Friday at State House Nakasero by the Minister of Education, Janet Kataha Museveni, 39,968 candidates in 2020 passed in Division One compared to 27,842 in 2019.
14:18
14:18

Rower Kathleen Noble Concludes Olympic Games Ranked 2nd in Africa 1

Noble 26, posted 8:07:00 behind Final E race winner Tula Abujbara from Qatar who posted 8:00:22 to make her the second fastest Africa rower in the summer games.
10:56
10:56

COVID-19 Vaccine Shipments Boost for Africa

The WHO said that it hoped COVAX would ship 520 million doses to Africa by the end of 2021, in addition to more shots from other sources, including deliveries from the African Union, which is expected to supply around 45 million jabs by the end of the year.
10:03
10:03

How Mobile Money Tax Kept Tea Multinational in Stone-Age Era System 4

A pilot project had been launched in 2017 to help tea plantation farms move from an ‘airdrop’ system of moving bulk money, to electronic cash, but this was disrupted by the introduction of the tax on mobile money. PHB and the UN agency had seen how difficult it was to transfer cash from a bank through to the pockets of the 14,000 farmers, twice every month as salary, using the airdrop method.
07:06
07:06

COVID-19 Disruptions Spur New Outbreaks of Immunisable Diseases in Africa

The nearly 10 per cent rise in missed vaccinations on the previous year in Africa was driven by disruptions to health services by the COVID-19 pandemic, new data by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO) show.
06:52
06:52

Conman Impersonates UNEB to Fleece Money from Headteachers 2

The suspect identified as James Bubumbi, a resident of Kasubi, a Kampala suburb has been arrested from Kyegwegwa District from where he plotted to con several schools under the pretext that UNEB would withhold their results due to their purported involvement in examination malpractice.
06:44
06:44

Nanyondo, Nakaayi Qualify for 800m Semi final in Tokyo Olympics Halima Nakaayi 1

Nanyondo 27, finished 2nd in heat one posting 2:02.02 to earn her an automatic qualification to the semifinal that is due on Saturday. She ran behind France's Rénelle Lamote who won the race in 2.01.91.
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