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RockCity Radio mast to be placed on summit of Tororo Rock

Tororo, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Tororo Broadcasting Network Limited (RockCity Radio) management has given contract engineers Willy Ntege and Henry Okello up to December 1, to have the radio’s mast placed on the summit of Tororo Rock ready to transmit. The engineers will place top of the rock a Guyed Wire 45M …

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Girls University, Tororo radio to get Museveni boost this year

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has pledged sh1.5billion to help the Tieng Adhola Cultural Institution (TACI) purchase land to construct a first ever Ugandan girls university in Tororo. He also promised another sh200 million to enable TACI to complete installation of the Tororo Broadcasting Network Limited radio …

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’Lift the ban on Facebook and widen phone coverage’

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | It is a constitutional right for every Ugandan to have access to information but this provision of the Constitution has been breached by the prolonged ban on internet use and poor network coverage, MPs have noted. Members of Parliament are concerned that at the time when …

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Radio, TV lessons helped our children – Busia parents

Busia, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Several parents in Busia district want the government to maintain radio and television lessons, saying they contributed great to the performance of their children in the just-released Primary Leaving Examination-PLE results. A number of parents interviewed by URN say that when the government closed schools …

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Parents cast doubt on practicability of radio lessons

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Parents are raising doubts about the practicability of broadcasting radio lessons for primary school learners as millions remain grounded in homes. Schools and other educational institutions were closed by a presidential declaration made on June 7, 2021, following reports that they had become super spreaders …

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