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MOROCCAN POLICE SEIZE 1.65 TONNES OF COCAINE IN 2018

MOROCCAN POLICE SEIZE 1.65 TONNES OF COCAINE IN 2018

RABAT, Moroccan police have seized 1.65 tonnes of cocaine in 2018, down from the record 2.8 tonnes in 2017, according to official statistics, released on Tuesday.

Anti-drug and psychotropic operations, have resulted, also, in the …

ETHIOPIA: ‘REPUBLICAN GUARD’ DEMONSTRATES READINESS TO PROTECT PM

ETHIOPIA: ‘REPUBLICAN GUARD’ DEMONSTRATES READINESS TO PROTECT PM

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia's prime minister, Abiy Ahmed was 'reassured' by the newly established Republican Guard, which demonstrated its readiness to protect high-ranking government officials and their families.

Abiy, whose reforms in the democratic and economic …

ETHIOPIA: ‘REPUBLICAN GUARD’ DEMONSTRATES READINESS TO PROTECT PM

ETHIOPIA: ‘REPUBLICAN GUARD’ DEMONSTRATES READINESS TO PROTECT PM

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia's prime minister, Abiy Ahmed was 'reassured' by the newly established Republican Guard, which demonstrated its readiness to protect high-ranking government officials and their families.

Abiy, whose reforms in the democratic and economic …

IGAD AND UN MEET TO DEEPEN PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING HORN OF AFRICA REGION

IGAD AND UN MEET TO DEEPEN PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING HORN OF AFRICA REGION

Kampala, Uganda: The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the United Nations (UN) this morning kick-started a two-day high level meeting to review events in the Horn of Africa, within the context of recent political …

IGAD AND UN MEET TO DEEPEN PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING HORN OF AFRICA REGION

IGAD AND UN MEET TO DEEPEN PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING HORN OF AFRICA REGION

Kampala, Uganda: The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the United Nations (UN) this morning kick-started a two-day high level meeting to review events in the Horn of Africa, within the context of recent political …

Parliament approves GMO Bill

Parliament approves GMO Bill

Parliament has finally passed a Bill intended to provide a regulatory framework that facilitates the safe development and application of biotechnology in Uganda.

The Bill, formerly called the National Biotechnology and Biosafety Bill, 2012 has …

UGANDA: SEVEN KILLED, SIX CRITICALLY INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENT

UGANDA: SEVEN KILLED, SIX CRITICALLY INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENT

KAMPALA-- At least seven people were killed on the spot and six others critically injured in a road accident in the eastern Ugandan district of Iganga, a police spokesperson said.

Patrick Onyango, Uganda's deputy police …

Youth seek sustainable use of natural resources

Youth seek sustainable use of natural resources

The youth are seeking government support for sustainable use of natural resources to curb effects of climate change.

Bonita Murungi Arinaitwe, a student from Nabisunsa High School said that there is need to reduce natural …

Parliament rejects zoning as it passes Sugar Bill

Parliament rejects zoning as it passes Sugar Bill

Parliament has passed the Sugar Bill that seeks to regulate the industry and rejected a government proposal to provide operating zones for mills.

In the Bill, government had proposed a zone of 25km between mills …

Parliament rejects zoning as it passes Sugar Bill

Parliament rejects zoning as it passes Sugar Bill

Parliament has passed the Sugar Bill that seeks to regulate the industry and rejected a government proposal to provide operating zones for mills.

In the Bill, government had proposed a zone of 25km between mills …

Youth seek sustainable use of natural resources

Youth seek sustainable use of natural resources

The youth are seeking government support for sustainable use of natural resources to curb effects of climate change.

Bonita Murungi Arinaitwe, a student from Nabisunsa High School said that there is need to reduce natural …

Public Service Commission presents 2017/18 annual report

Public Service Commission presents 2017/18 annual report

The operationalisation of E-Recruitment has recorded extensive gains with the pilot programme having 4,000 candidates sitting for an e-interview, Justice Ralph Ochan, the Chairperson Public Service Commission (PSC) has said.

Ochan made the revelation while …

Public Service Commission presents 2017/18 annual report

Public Service Commission presents 2017/18 annual report

The operationalisation of E-Recruitment has recorded extensive gains with the pilot programme having 4,000 candidates sitting for an e-interview, Justice Ralph Ochan, the Chairperson Public Service Commission (PSC) has said.

Ochan made the revelation while …