Monday, September 20, 2021

UAE says to resume visas for tourists vaccinated against Covid

Dubai - The United Arab Emirates announced it will resume issuing visas to all tourists fully vaccinated against Covid from Monday, a month before...

Uganda had US$1.1 Billion Trade Deficit with Tanzania in last financial...

Uganda had a $1.1 billion trade deficit with Tanzania at the end of 2020/21 financial year, according to Bank of Uganda trade statistics. And...

Snap national lockdown in New Zealand over single virus case

Wellington - New Zealand moved into a snap three-day lockdown Tuesday after identifying a single case of locally transmitted Covid-19 suspected to be the...

Gov’t Flags Off Aircraft To Battle Quelea Birds In Eastern Uganda

The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries- MAAIF has commissioned another aircraft to counter Quelea Birds invasion in Eastern Uganda. The birds have...

Drivers Given One Month Grace Period to Renew Expired Permits

The government, through the ministry of Works and Transport has given drivers whose driving licenses have expired up to September 1 to renew them. State...

TANZANIA: President Samia Suluhu to get first Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday

Dar es Salaam. President Samia Suluhu is expected to receive her first Covid-19 jab on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at the State House in...

Israeli carrier launches direct flight to Morocco

Jerusalem - Israeli carrier Israir launched the first direct commercial flight between the Jewish state and Morocco on Sunday since the countries normalised diplomatic...

COVID-19: Tanzania says to start vaccine rollout soon

Dar es Salaam - Tanzania's government said it is gearing up to roll out vaccinations against Covid-19 soon, in a shift from the policies...

France introduces Covid-19 health pass to access cultural venues

People wanting to go to cinemas, museums, sporting matches and other cultural venues in France will have to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination or...

South Africa seeks to deploy 25,000 troops to curb ongoing unrest

The South African government on Wednesday sought to deploy around 25,000 troops to curb unrest, now in its sixth straight day, amid fears of...
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