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Ministers endorse DEI Biopharma Vaccines Plant

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A visiting team of Ministers from the Ugandan Cabinet endorsed the DEI Biopharma Vaccines manufacturing plant in Matugga, saying the facility, the first of this magnitude in Africa should be supported by the government to cohesion the country and the continent from future health disasters. …

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UBL tops overall best practices at Prudential 2nd edition awards

Close to 3000 Employees Participate in The Prudential Best HR Practices Survey Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Prudential Uganda in partnership with PwC on Friday celebrated 2nd edition of the Prudential Best HR Practices survey report. Uganda Breweries Limited emerged overall winner for 2022 Best HR Practices in Uganda. The Prudential …

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Glamour as Nnaabagereka launches autobiography

Book available at Uganda at Aristoc Booklex, Jumia, Mahiri Books and Amazon. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Thursday, the cream of Kampala’s cultural, religious, political and social spheres gathered in the Rwenzori Ballroom of the Kampala Sheraton Hotel to witness the official launch of The Nnaabagereka (Queen) Sylvia Nagginda …

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Manafwa District Production Officer retires

Manafwa, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Manafwa public servants on Friday joined long serving District Production officer Dr. Denis Okello Odongo to celebrate his retirement. Okello received many gifts as a party was held in his honour soon after he handed over office to the district veterinary officer Dr Boniface Obbo …

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Govt delays date for all teachers to attain degrees

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Ministry of Education and Sport has decided to restart the count down for all teachers to get degrees. The government in 2019 passed a national teacher policy which among other things phased out lower teaching qualifications in preference for bachelor’s degree for all …

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Gov’t to relocate 305 families before floods get them

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The government of Uganda is set to relocate up to 307 households, in landslide-prone areas, to protect them against the effects of the expected floods this rainy season. The relocation which is expected to start next month in Bugisu region under the Bulambuli resettlement programme. …

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