Uganda Communications Commission has shed light on MTN, Airtel’s agreement together with other telecommunication companies across Africa in backing a new health platform designed to create a two-way communication scheme between individual citizens and health authorities.
UCC Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has suspended its 2020 internship and graduate industrial training programmes in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uganda Communications Commission (the Commission) is the regulator in the development of a modern Communications Sector in Uganda. Accordingly, the Commission regulates telephone services, radio and television, postal services and the airwaves used by all wireless radio devices.
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has dismissed reports linking COVID 19 outbreak to the deployment of 5G (Fifth Generation) technology.
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has temporarily lifted a ban on outdoor air broadcasting commonly known as “bizindalo” to give a leeway to the agents of Ministry of Health to sensitize the masses about the COVID 19 pandemic.
The Minister of ICT and National Guidance cautioned Ugandans to continue observing SOPs set to protect them from the coronavirus as it might take about six months before the vaccine is shipped into the country.
Ahead of the 2021 presidential campaigns that kicked off last month, there was a debate on whether a scientific campaign that would ensure strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures against COVID-19 was possible.
Former Executive Director of National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U) James Saaka is dead. Saaka passed away on Wednesday after reportedly losing the battle to COVID-19.
The Ministry of Health released a statement explaining the kind of Covid-19 certificate one requires when leaving or entering the country.
As Uganda's COVID-19 records continue to soar, the Ministry of Health announced a record high 701 new cases registered in a single day.
The Monday night statement said results from tests done on Sunday sent the COVID-19 cumulative confirmed cases to 23,200.