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Poor health services, unemployment and inflation are major concerns for Ugandans

  Most Ugandans, or 60 out of 100, are more concerned about the poor health services in the country, more than anything else, according to a recent survey on the socio-economic situation in Uganda. Lack of employment, high consumer prices and poor transport services follow in that order, with Corruption

South Sudan warring parties sign peace deal

South Sudan’s government has reached a power-sharing agreement with the country’s main rebel group.

Healthy seedlings, key to better yields- Agriculturalists

Agriculturalists recommend that farmers adopt the use of healthy seedlings to avoid diseases that attack vegetables and also reduce the use of pesticides by up to 70% hence realizing improved yields.

Africa should review liberalization policy – Oulanya

The deputy speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanya says it’s high time the African continent reviewed the privatization system arguing that it has not served its intended purpose.

UNICEF cuts funding to Abim district

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) suspends funding to Abim district due to suspected corruption and failure for the district to account for the funds.