Browsing: COVID-19 Crisis

‘We Care About Your Health’ – Dolphin Suites Re-opens Fitness Center To Kill Covid-19 Hardship Stress

Dolphin Suites, a luxury hotel located on Princess Anne Drive, Plot 36 Bugolobi, Kampala, has opened its fitness center following government’s allowance of the reopening of gyms, saunas, massage parlours and general wellness centres in the country. These have been banned from operating due to COVID19 pandemic. But now with a commitment that they will…

Ugandan Gov’t Finally Okays Licenced External Labour Companies To Resume Work

The government of Uganda through the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development has relaxed restrictions on externalization of labor to enable companies involved in the sourcing of external employment for migrant workers abroad are to resume business. “This is to inform all licensed companies involved in the sourcing of external employment for Ugandan migrant…

Kampala International School Granted Covid-19 Certificate Of Compliance To Re-open For Students

Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) has been granted a certificate of compliance following the fulfillment of all requirements for the opening for candidate classes and finalists. The certificate was granted by the permanent secretary in the ministry of education and sport, Alex Kakooza upon the inspection of the school. Last month President Yoweri Museveni ordered…

Covid-19 Crisis: Over 200 Schools Will Not Re-open

At least 200 private schools will not reopen in October due to accumulated rent arrears in the last six months, according to the private schools proprietors association. Mr Hassadu Kirabira, the National Private Educational Institutions Association (NPEIA) Kampala representative, yesterday said they had not received any official government communication outlining the new roadmap for the…

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