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Mbarara science university develops new organic fertilizer

Mbarara, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Mbarara University of Science and Technology has developed a new organic fertilizer. The Organic Fertilizer, I-Soft Organic Fertilizer was innovated and developed by students of the Faculty of Agriculture and Livelihood in collaboration with the Mbarara Grapes Farmers Association, and Mbarara Agricultural Research Development …

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No more regular meals in some Ugandan schools due to high food prices

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Learners in many government schools across the country are going without meals over the skyrocketing food prices. The prevailing high cost of food has compelled school administrators to adjust their menus and regular feeding schedules such that they can operate within the available limited …

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Masaza Cup suspended over Ebola

Mengo, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Buganda Kingdom has suspended the Masaza Cup quarterfinals matches due to the Ebola outbreak. Uganda has recorded 11 deaths and 11 confirmed cases of Ebola from communities in Mubende district over the last week. The Chairperson of the Masaza Cup organizing committee Suleiman Ssejjengo, …

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EBOLA: IGP orders release of suspects with minor offences

Mubende, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Inspector General of Police –IGP Okoth Ochola has instructed police commanders to release suspects with minor offences in districts affected by the latest outbreak of Ebola. Uganda has recorded 11 deaths and 11 confirmed cases of the Ebola virus disease from communities in …

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Small claims procedure recovers Sh328 million in Masaka

Masaka, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Over 328 million Shillings have been recovered through the Small Claims Procedure conducted by grade one Magistrate courts in Masaka over the last year. Mastulah Mulondo, the Chief Registrar in Charge of Small Claim Procured in the Judiciary, said that the money had been …

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