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COVID-19: Baby Rappers Fresh Kid & Felista Get Free Tablets To Study On Zoom

29 June, 2020 | Hits:144

As the country recovers from COVID-19 pandemic, schools like Kampala Parents School are leading the way in providing their pupils' online classes using online platforms like Zoom. The school has also partnered with television stations to deliver lessons to their pupils. But while online education is proving to be a success especially in urban centres that have reliable internet connections, many parents have cited the lack of gadgets like mobile handsets and television as a hindrance. Some of the pupils who have...

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Landlords Start Issuing Covid-19 SOPs As Commercial Buildings Prepare Reopening

27 June, 2020 | Hits:131

Crane Management Services (CMS), a Ruparelia Group property managing agency, has issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to all tenants occupying all their buildings in Kampala. The move by Crane Management Services has come at a time when commercial properties owners in Kampala are pressurizing the government to allow them to reopen their buildings for business after 3 months of COVID-19 lockdown. Crane Management Services Managing Director, Rajiv Ruparelia, addressing a press conference on Friday said that they put at all their properties...

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COVID-19: Luxurious Speke Resort, Kabira Country Club Among Hotels To Quarantine Ugandan Returnees

24 June, 2020 | Hits:201

Speke Group of Hotels' establishments Speke Apartments (80 rooms), Speke Resort Munyonyo (150 rooms) and Kabila Country Resort (80 rooms) all in Kampala, lead a pack of 14 high-end private hotels that will be used by the government as quarantine centres for repatriated Ugandans. Other such hotels include Protea Hotel (100 rooms), Lake Victoria Hotel (100 rooms), Mowicribs Apartment (30 rooms), Imperial Botanical (80 rooms) and St. Stevens Suites (18 rooms) while Hilton Garden Inn (80 rooms), Mackinnon Suites (120 rooms)...

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Uganda Continues To Struggle With COVID-19 After 23 New Cases Are Confirmed

23 June, 2020 | Hits:186

Uganda continues to be hit by the coronavirus after the ministry of health Monday morning confirmed twenty-three new COVID-19 cases from 2, 219 samples tested on Sunday, 22nd June 2020. Dr. Henry G. Mwebesa, director general health services, ministry of health Uganda in a statement revealed that five new cases were among 1, 308 samples tested from points of entry. Eighteen cases were among 911 samples of alerts and contacts. He noted that all confirmed cases are Ugandans. The total confirmed COVID-19...

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Fresh Dairy ‘3 Dairies A Day’ Campaign To Boost Health Living In Families

12 June, 2020 | Hits:189

Fresh Dairy, the leading dairy products producer in Uganda has today heightened its ‘3 Dairies A day’ campaign aimed at ...

African Leaders At AU Summit Call For Action To End Malnutrition By 2025

11 February, 2020 | Hits:456

African countries have made progress toward eradicating malnutrition and stunting but need to do more to hit United Nati...

Speke Resort's Gym Introduces Zumba Fitness Classes

01 February, 2020 | Hits:831

Dance, particularly Zumba, as a fitness exercise has become a global phenomenon and has enormous health benefits for tho...

Start 2020 With This 30% Discount Gym Offer At Speke Resort

04 January, 2020 | Hits:786

After a long festive season of resting and little or no physical activity to pump up body fitness, many people are consi...

Five Healthy Benefits Of Practicing Taekwondo

12 December, 2019 | Hits:899

For many people, the only time they see people practicing taekwondo is during international sporting events like the Oly...

The City Gym Introduces Ballet Dance Programme For Holiday Makers

12 December, 2019 | Hits:883

The schools' third term holiday is pretty a long one and it can be troublesome for the kids and parents alike. The child...

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Victoria University VC Explains Importance Of Internet Of Things In Today’s Healthcare Management

21 March, 2020 | Hits:723

Internet is a big driver of our social lives and has fast moved on from just enabling humans to seamlessly communicate a...

How Autotransfusion Device Hemafuse Will Revolutionize Blood Access Across Africa

05 February, 2020 | Hits:396

Hemafuse, a surgical autotransfusion device, will revolutionize blood access across Africa. Hemafuse is designed to salv...

Uganda Embarks On Plan To Legalize Medical Cannabis Farming

12 December, 2019 | Hits:843

Ugandans will soon start to legally farm medical marijuana on their farms, news reports quoting State Minister of Health...

Ministry Of Health Suspends Measles, Rubella Vaccination Campaign

08 September, 2019 | Hits:9554

The ministry of health has announced that it has postponed the Measles-Rubella (MR) national vaccination campaign from t...

Victoria University Launches Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Book

09 May, 2019 | Hits:1089

Victoria University Vice Chancellor, Assoc. Prof. Krishna N. Sharma, has today launched a new book titled ‘Advanced Tech...

Medical Marijuana To Reduce Pain In Older Ugandan Workers

01 May, 2019 | Hits:1383

As Uganda ponders to legalize marijuana growing and production, it is emerging that the weed could have direct positive ...