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Zimbabwe finds 10 more dead elephants, suspects...

The latest carcasses were discovered on Tuesday and Wednesday near the northwestern Pandamasuwe Forest, where the previous 12 were found.

CANA swimming event postponed, USF ready...

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not...

Transer digest: Walusimbi joins Express...

Vision Sports brings you daily updates of who will be moving to which club in the local league.

Cipla Uganda taps into lucrative Botswana...

"We are proud that Cipla was able to rise to the challenge and ensure that people have access to life-saving medicine while delivering on our ‘Africa for...

COVID19: Stranded Ugandans return home from...

The High Commission undertook the registration process of Ugandan nationals who were stranded in the Southern Africa region and coordinated their return...

Botswana reports mysterious deaths of hundreds...

WILDLIFE | Hundreds of elephants have died mysteriously in Botswana's famed Okavango Delta, the head of the wildlife department said Thursday, ruling...

Botswana president in quarantine after visit...

Botswana is one of the few African countries that has not yet officially recorded a single coronavirus case, as continental numbers rose to more than 1,000...

Namutebi lifts Uganda in CANA Zone IV Swimming...

She wasn’t about to relent in her specialty stroke and again beat Westhuizen (1:00.82), and Botswana’s Egner Maxine (1:00.98), in 1:00.45 over the 100m...

Namutebi sets pace for Uganda at CANA in...

Kirabo Namutebi clocked 34.40 seconds to finish second behind Mauritius’ Alicia Kok Shun.

Edible caterpillars become rare in drought-hit...

In the north and centre of the country, the spiky black and green caterpillars are harvested to make relish and sold at markets.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.