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Action packed weekend at Theatre Labonita for Music, Dance & Drama lovers.

Action packed weekend at Theatre Labonita for Music, Dance & Drama lovers.

FEATURED, GOSSIP, Health, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
Action packed weekend at Theatre Labonita for Music, Dance & Drama lovers. Friday 4th Nov a brand new episode of EBONY MUSIC TANTAL at 7.00 pm. Sat 5th & Sun 6th Bakayimbara Dramactors in DONABELLA at 7.00 pm. Fee: 1st class 15,000 & VIP 20,000. Ebonies new play BOMBASTIC premiering on Fri 6th Dec. Booking please call us 0759444644
Schools told to allow students sit for exams before completing fees.

Schools told to allow students sit for exams before completing fees.

Education, FEATURED, GOSSIP, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
The ministry of Education has directed schools (both government and private) to allow pupils and students sit for their final examinations without completing school fees for those who can not afford. This was revealed by the minister of state for Primary Education, Joyce Moriku Kaducu in Parliament while responding to questions from MPs. She said that the advance in technology had made the school administrators strict on payment of dues before exams are administered. “Once a child (candidate) is registered, results are obtained online, but we have taken it up and pledge to ensure that P.7 and S.6 candidates all sit their exams [even those who have not completed fees],” Moriku said. Buhweju County MP, Francis Mwijukye had raised concern that many students in his district were barred from si...
Ministry of Health to begin Ebola vaccine trials.

Ministry of Health to begin Ebola vaccine trials.

FEATURED, GOSSIP, Health, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
The Ministry of Health is set to start trials of three vaccines developed to combat Ebola Sudan virus which has killed 43 people. The three vaccines; Oxford from the United Kingdom, Sabin and Merck from USA will be evaluated for their efficacy. This revelation was made by the State Minister for Health (Primary Health Care), Margaret Muhanga on Wednesday, 03 November 2022. Muhanga was briefing the House chaired by Speaker Anita Among on the outbreak and the containment measures. “We plan to vaccinate contacts of 150 confirmed cases (3000) initially. The trial preparation has been concluded and we estimate that we may begin the trial in two weeks’ time,” said Muhanga. She added that the vaccine is necessary as there is no known treatment for Sudan Ebola-virus. Muhanga said a number of t...
Government Gives 55 Million to Eleven Parents of Fallen Blind Salama Children.

Government Gives 55 Million to Eleven Parents of Fallen Blind Salama Children.

FEATURED, GOSSIP, Health, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
The government Uganda has today handed over SHS 5 million per parent while officially handing over the remains of eleven girls who died in a fire last week at Salama School for the Blind in Kisoga, Mukono district. The burial was delayed for seven days because the children were burnt beyond recognition, and government had to first conduct DNA test before handing over the bodies to the parents. It was moments of sorrow as a fleet of APLUS funeral management vehicles carrying bodies of the fallen 11 blind girls entered the premises of Salama School for the blind. There was a mass of prayer for the souls of the deceased led by Fr. Paul Sebitoogo representing the Lugazi Diocese Bishop. Christopher Kakooza. In his homily Fr. Sebitoogo condemned the heartless act committed against these inno...
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