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Children who repeatedly become infected with malaria often experience no clinical symptoms with these subsequent infections, and a team of scientists has discovered that this might be due at least in part to a depletion of specific types of immune cells.
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Tullow is not leaving Uganda soon, the oil company's general manager has said. Mr Jimmy Mugerwa said contrary to rumours that have been making rounds suggesting that Tullow Uganda was closing shop, the company's investments in the country are huge and leaving is not an option.
Government, our development partners and the programme implementers are aiming higher and higher.
By Vision Reporter The junior men's rugby side is into the CAR Tier 1B rugby finals that take place Saturday at Kyadondo rugby club.
The Egyptian Armed Forces have opened a Defence office in Kampala. It has been inaugurated at a function attended by military officers from Uganda and Egypt.
At a meeting at Kampala Serena hotel with the minister of Finance, Maria Kiwanuka, the bank officials presented cases of projects in Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia and South Africa, which they had financed.
A remark from his schoolmates got him inspired to invest in farming. Kagga told Fred Muzaale how this led him to the best decision he ever made.
A Ugandan with Shs60 million will figure that he can buy three matatus, and with that his wife will educate his children and keep the family fed.
With the Dec.31 deadline for Ugandan TV owners to switch to digital television looming, the level of ignorance in the population about the issue is unbelievable.
On December 5, 2013 President Yoweri Museveni flew to Paris to meet one of his favourite investors, Prince Shah Karim Al Husseini otherwise known as the Aga Khan.
The American neurosurgeon leaned in to take a selfie with his patient, chuckling with excitement when she raised her hands.
A doctor draws blood from a man to check for HIV/AIDS at a mobile testing unit in Ndeeba, a suburb in Uganda's capital Kampala, May 16, 2014.
Kampala. It is possible for a leader from the Opposition to work with President Museveni, lead an NRM-dominated council and still deliver services to his electorate, the mayor of Jinja has said.
After hours of discussion, President Museveni, the day's chairman, shockingly learnt that the flowery report that purportedly showed that his 2016 sole candidacy bid was endorsed by over 1,000 sub-counties was deeply flawed.
Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has said having a good legal regime to ensure proper natural resource management is not enough to save Uganda from suffering a 'resource curse'.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 02:28 am
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