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  • Kenya and Uganda agree on sugar exports

    Kenya and Uganda authorities agree to resolve issues concerning stringent requirements for export of Uganda sugar into Kenya. Trade ministers from the two countries agreed that stakeholders from both nations meet and agree a way forward by the 21st of July 2014. The Kenya Revenue Authority and the Kenya Sugar


  • Youths who protested with pigs released on bail

    The two youth who protested at parliament with piglets  have been released on bail by city hall court judge. The youth took the piglets to parliament last month protesting continued corruption in the country and greed by Members of parliament. They are have been released on a non cash bail


  • Cancer declared an epidemic in Uganda

    Cancer has now been declared an epidemic in Uganda due to the numerous incidents and related deaths that have been recorded in Uganda so far. Rugunda was opening a three day health fare at the Uganda Manufacturers Association grounds in Lugogo, which is also providing free health care , counseling


  • Africa registers economic growth- UN Report

    A new United Nations report highlights that Africa has registered high and continuous economic growth and transformation in the past decade. The report authored by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTD) says economic growth in Africa has been driven by consumption, demand and investment in natural resource


  • More HIV expectant mothers and children accessing treatment

    A new quarterly report authored by Mildmay Uganda indicates that more HIV positive expectant mothers and children in central Uganda are accessing HIV treatment. In a statement, Mildmay Executive Director Barbara Mukasa says with funding from partners like CDC, PEPFAR in partnership with the ministry of health they have supported