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Long COVID-19 a problem for U.S. workforce

Washington, US | Xinhua |  Charles Gill, 41, a teacher in Pennsylvania, had COVID-19 a few months back. While many of his friends only had symptoms for a few days, his have lingered a few months. “I recovered but I’m still tired a lot,” he told Xinhua, adding that he …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: European bias against EACOP

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY European bias against EACOP: Don’t dismiss it. Disprove it THE LAST WORD Inside Museveni’s private favours: How the president’s approach of allocating favours to individual firms has undermined the development of a robust …

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Two URA employees awarded UGX 400m for torture

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Two Uganda Revenue Authority employees have been awarded 400 million Shillings as compensation for the torture they were subjected to while in detention. The two employees; Robert Asiimwe Akanga, a Customs Officer and driver Stevens Kalenga were separately arrested on allegations of stealing USD …

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Plan on to repatriate over 500 Ugandan migrant workers

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Government is preparing to repatriate more than 500 Ugandan migrant workers stranded in the Arabian Peninsula countries of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Oman among others. Betty Among Akena, the Minister of Labour says the government is in advanced stages to repatriate …

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Tororo’s RockCity Radio to go on air this year

President Yoweri Museveni gives radio sh200million boost Tororo, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Tororo Broadcasting Network Limited radio (RockCity Radio) will go live this year. This assurance was given today after President Yoweri Museveni fulfilling a government sh200million pledge that was needed by the Tieng Adhola Cultural Institution (TACI) to complete …

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