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In today's Sunday Vision :Critical Mulago equipment breaks down

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Added 31st July 2016 07:04 AM

Some of the major diagnostic machines used in Mulago hospital have broken down and patients are being referred to private hospitals

In today's Sunday Vision :Critical Mulago equipment breaks down

Some of the major diagnostic machines used in Mulago hospital have broken down and patients are being referred to private hospitals

Critical Mulago equipment breaks down

Some of the major diagnostic machines used in Mulago hospital have broken down and patients are being referred to private hospitals

3D Tracking services marks 10 years

Tracking of mobile assets is not a luxury, but anecessity. In the case of cars, drivers misuse or tamper with them for many reasons, but tracking systems help in preventing such acts. Find details in Sunday Vision's motoring section.

 Punish bad contractors

President Yoweri Museveni has said contactors who do shoddy work should be blacklisted and required to pay back government money.

Mukajanga was not a sorcerer, says father

 The renowned Catholic Charismatic preacher and exorcist, was laid to rest at Mount Zion Prayer Centre, Bukalango. But he has nevertheless kept in the news! Mathias Mazinga traced his father, Mzee Paulo Ssempungu, to find how he is coping with life in the aftermath of his son's death

Mother gives birth to a baby girl, handed dead body of a boy:

In CSI Sunday, Mugerwa had just been congratulated on the birth of his baby boy, when in a twist of events, he was handed a baby girl's body and told his child had died, Charles Etukuri writes.

Tracking of mobile assets is not a luxury, but anecessity.

In the case of cars, drivers misuse or tamper with them for many reasons, but tracking systems help in preventing such acts. Find details in Sunday Vision's motoring section. .

And in today's  Sunday Extra

Elizabeth Misango Kirunda is a the proprietor of St. Elizabeth Montessori Nursery and Primary School in Ntawo, Mukono. A dedicated teacher, teacher-trainer and lawyer, determined to change the face of education via a practical approach. Mathias Mazinga caught up with her

 

In  Sports

World Cup Milestone

Uganda's U-21 national netball team — the Pearls — emulated their seniors — the She Cranes on Friday after qualifying for the 2017 Netball Youth World Cup. Uganda beat favourites Malawi 34-29 in their penultimate game of the qualifiers to the World Cup that will take place in Gaborone, Botswana.

 Grab your copy of the Sunday Vision to get details of these  stories.

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