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Digital Media content creators mentored

By  Daniel Mulungi. The significant rise and uptake of digital media has compelled actors to consider digital media in developing modern communication technologies. The level of control assumed from traditional media is now being replaced with a deeper level of engagement with the public through digital communication and technology. These include  websites, social  media networking, […]

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Employment Bill to end workplace Violence

By Hon Agnes Kunihira, MP. The Employment Amendment Act will ensure every employee is entitled to protection from sexual harassment and violence at workplaces. Women working in the informal sector  who have for long fought sexual harassment at work places will be covered by the employment Amendment Bill 2019.. The Bill concerning the elimination of […]

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Hon Rwabushaija: Vaccinate children, staff and re-open schools

By Hon Margaret Rwabushaija Namubiru. In order to re-open institutions of leaning with a reasonable degree of safety against Covid19, Uganda government must first achieve some degree of hard immunity. Like any other institutions in the country, educational institutions, from elementary schools through universities, across the nation were equally responsible for the spread of COVID-19 […]

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Museveni denies grooming son to take over

By  Clement Wangira. Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has dismissed wide spread  talk  that he is grooming First Son Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba  to take over from him as successor when he retires..  Speculation has been rife in the country  following  the President’s rapid promotion of his son from lower positions to the rank of  […]

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ITUC condemns UAE over brutal deportation of African workers

By Our Reporters. The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC Africa) has condemned the acts of dehumanization meted out by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against over 700 African migrants legally working in the UAE. A statement signed by (ITUC Africa) General Secretary , Mr Kwasi Adu-Amankwah said using excessive force, […]