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Parents welcome proposed reopening of schools

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Parents are excited at the news that the government is considering reopening schools in the near future. Initial reports indicated that schools would reopen within two weeks. Ugandan learners have had more than 18 months of a distorted school calendar following closures that started in …

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Africa and the IMF

How the continent can seize the moment and start resetting its relationship with the international financial institution | DANNY BRADLOW | The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has injected $650 billion in Special Drawing Rights into the global economy. It will allocate them among its member states, which can then decide …

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Education ministry, stakeholders agree on raft of measures for safe reopening of schools

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The ministry of education tabled seven strategies as proposals for the safe reopening of schools during a virtual meeting that attracted several stakeholders. The stakeholders that included school proprietors, education umbrella organizations, and international school representatives all agreed on the strategies that were presented. Among …

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The COVID-19 virus origin

  American Intelligence to release report amid overshadowing rivalry with China Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Seventeen months since the UN World Health Organisation(WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, the world is waiting anxiously for a U.S Intelligence community report on the origin of the virus. The report is …

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