• Ugandan referral hospitals to manufacture oxygen

    Plans are underway to equip regional referral hospitals in Uganda with the capacity to manufacture oxygen to meet their medical needs. Apart from Mulago Hospital, the regional referral hospitals, general hospitals, and other lower level health facilities face a challenge of having a constant supply of oxygen. The vice chairperson

  • Parliament wants govt to consider importing hospital beds

    The Parliament Committee of Health is exploring avenues of interesting the Government of Uganda to import hospital beds and related medical furniture from Turkey. Presently, several hospitals in the country lack adequate beds while some have poor quality beds, which have broken down and in some hospitals, patients sleep on

  • Senior Four students start UNEB exams today

    A total of 310, 530 students are sitting for their Uganda Certificate of Education examinations today in 3, 329 centers across the country The Executive Secretary Uganda National Examinations Board Mathew Bukenya says the candidates start with physics paper Bukenya says UNEB is working hand in hand with police, ISO

  • Religious leaders warn Ugandans ahead of elections

    Evangelists caution Ugandans against leaving the future of the country in the hands of a few individuals saying this is tantamount to selling their destiny Preaching at All Saints Cathedral in Kampala, the team leader African Evangelistic Enterprises Rev. Paul Wasswa Ssembiro said there are many politicians who are into politics either

  • Makerere university students strike again

    Makerere university students resume their demonstration this morning protesting the university’s resolution of maintaining the 100% tuition payment policy. Yesterday the university council resolved that the policy remains in place and instead offers students an extension of one month to pay tuition and functional fees this semester The policy mandates students