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UNICEF unveils tele-teaching technology to Ugandan schools

Adjumani, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | It was a groundbreaking Monday at St Mary’s Asumputa Senior Secondary School in Adjumani District as senior one students were treated to a biology lesson conducted from Kitende Secondary School over 480 kilometres away. The two schools were linked seamlessly thanks to video conferencing …

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CRE teacher arrested over theft of school computers

Mbale, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Gerald Ampulire, the Director of Studies at Malera- Kabarwa Seed Secondary School in Bukedea District is in trouble over the disappearance of 14 computers from the school laboratory on Sunday night. Ampulire, who teaches Christian Religious Education-CRE was arrested after a Police dog led detectives to his house …

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President Museveni signs into law Nsereko bill

Museveni Assents to Computer Misuse Law, Three Others 🔵 Four bills into law ✳️ The Physical Planners’ Registration Act, 2022 ✳️ The Kampala Capital City (Amendment) Act, 2022 ✳️ The Mining and Minerals Act, 2022 ✳️  The Computer Misuse (Amendment) Act, 2022. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has signed …

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Now, Ukraine hit by unprecedented cyber attacks

Kiev, Ukraine | Xinhua | The cyberattacks that hit Ukraine’s government websites and banks on Tuesday were the largest in the country’s history, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov said on Wednesday. “All the authorities responsible for cybersecurity worked to counter these attacks and eliminate them,” Fedorov was quoted by …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Uganda’s next war

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Uganda’s next war: Experts warn as phones of politicians are hacked THE LAST WORD Ethiopia’s failed reform: How Africa’s most successful economy has produced a political crisis that may tear it apart ANALYSIS …

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UK-funded online child abuse campaign takes root in Uganda

Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE  | A United Kingdom funded online child abuse campaign that aims to remove sexual abuse content targeting children is taking root in Uganda, according to International Watch Foundation (IWF), which is behind it.  In an interview with The Independent, the International Development Officer for IWF, Zoe …

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