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President Museveni Re-opens Sports, With Restrictions

After a 42-day shutdown, Sport in Uganda will resume behind closed doors provided strict conditions are met, President Museveni said on Friday in a national address. Sport was suspended in Uganda on June 18 in response to a hike in coronavirus cases. The President has only given greenlight to Outdoor...
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Project Restart: UPL Kickoff Dates Set To Be Revised

Uganda Premier League CEO Bernard Bainamani Bampaire has revealed that the 2020/21 season kickoff dates may be altered. The League start dates were tentatively set on October 17, 2020. The new regulations on Sports Resumption issued out by President Museveni, requires testing players for Covid19 72 hours before the match...
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Some UPL Clubs Will Close – Kasingye On Sports Resumption Challenges

Police FC Chairman AIGP Asan Kasingye says that most UPL Clubs cannot afford to meet the costs of Sports Resumption amidst Coronavirus restrictions. President Museveni, on Sunday, gave Sports Resumption a greenlight but with strict restrictions. The President said that all players must be tested 72 hours before the match,...
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Best Of Social Media Reactions As Museveni Reopens Sports

After the Presidential address where President Museveni gave a greenlight to Sports Resumption, Social media was buzzing. In his address however, the President said that players must be tested 72 hours before engagement and every after two weeks. Notably, Museveni said that there will be NO fans allowed at venues....
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Museveni Reopens Sports, But With Restrictions

President Museveni has given a greenlight for the resumption of Sports in the country but with stringent restrictions amidst Coronavirus struggle. This, comes after 186 days since a ban on public gatherings was effected in March 18, 2020. Addressing the Nation on Sunday night, Museveni put up strong restrictions including...
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Sport All Ears Ahead of Presidential Address

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will address the nation on Sunday at 8pm to give an update on the Covid19 struggle. The Sports Fraternity is anxiously waiting and hoping for the good news in terms of Sports Resumption. It has been 186 days of no Sport in the country since a...
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Crested Cranes Player Confirms Testing Positive For COVID-19

Uganda Crested Cranes player has confirmed testing positive for the deadly Coronavirus. USA-based defender Joan Nakirya announced the diagnosis on her social media accounts: "I was tested positive for Covid19 this afternoon. I was exposed to two people. I went from Zero to feeling sick in a matter of hours....
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Uganda Rugby Union Provides Protective Equipment To Players

Uganda Rugby Union President Godwin Kayangwe. URU Photo Rugby governing body in the Country, Uganda Rugby Union (URU) handed over Personal Protective Equipment to clubs on Thursday to protect the fraternity during the Covid19 period. This, comes after Rugby Afrique offered aid in tunes of 5000 Euros to the Uganda...
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Wait Continues For Sports As Museveni Extends Lockdown

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, on Monday, extended the country's lockdown for more 21 days. The President said restrictions on public gatherings, boda bodas, arcades, salons and curfew among others remain in place. Sports in Uganda has been banned since mid March, stretching to 95 days since. Most Federations have cancelled...
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