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Kitaka to be laid to rest on Sunday

According to the family, there will be a Requiem Mass at Rubaga Cathedral on Friday, before burial that will be restricted to a few people because of the...

Pay on demand model essential for Uganda's...

The Pay on Demand model has already transformed the lives of millions, but we believe we are just scratching the surface in terms of its potential.

Renewable energy deployment and financing...

An estimated 1.3 billion people, approximately one-fifth of the world's population, lack access to electricity at home, and the vast majority of these...

Uganda hosts annual youth sexual reproductive...

Almost 28% of maternal deaths in Uganda are attributed to young girls aged 15–24 years and 60% of premature deaths among adults are associated with behaviors...

Women voices should be listened to in the...

The number of women in leadership in Africa is still too low at about only 23% but, countries led by women responded to COVID-19 pandemic better.

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...

Ugandans advised not to forget mosquito nets...

Ugandans have been advised not to forget mosquito nets amid the COVID-19 fight.

Virus stigma weighs heavily in sub-Saharan...

People suspected of having contracted COVID-19 say they are treated like pariahs: singled out at work, in their neighbourhoods and even in their homes....

Sub-Saharan countries act to stem the spread...

Rwanda late Saturday barred all "non-essential" movement, Gabon imposed a night curfew, while the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius began a 14-day lockdown...

Burkina Faso reports first virus death in...

"We recorded the death overnight of a female patient aged 62, who suffered from diabetes and was in intensive care," Burkina's national coordinator

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