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17:12
17:12

Stanbic Waives Arrangement Fees Under New Loan Drive 1 2

A new lending campaign dubbed—Oli Sorted, is aimed at facilitating Ugandans to access affordable credit to finance their personal and commercial needs. Personal loans have been increased from 250 to 350 million shillings at zero arrangement fees and the approvals will be within 48 hours.
13:38
13:38

UCE 2024; Scores for Projects to Be Reported Separately On Certificates 1

Dan Odongo, the UNEB Executive Director, confirmed the development while addressing the press about this year’s examination cycle, noting that this is one of the new initiatives that will enhance the evaluation and recognition of students' skills and accomplishments.
10:50
10:50

Construction of Classroom Blocks in Lorukumo Primary School Begins Nabilatuk district 2 1

The works include the construction of 2 classrooms, an office for the Headteacher, 2 stance Pit latrines for boys, furniture for the 2 classrooms, and 2 tables for the teachers.
19:59
19:59

Academia Defend Lecturer Over 'Anita Among Exam Paper' 1 Top story

Professor Christopher Mbaazira said the question should be whether the examination reflects the required competencies a learner must achieve
18:22
18:22

Judge Concerned That Lawyers Can't Speak English In Courts UGANDA LAW SOCIETY 1 4 Top story

Justice Emokol some lawyers have been struggling to express themselves in English while making submissions before the courts.
17:28
17:28

MUBS, Logistics Firm Sign Deal For Practical Skills To Students 1 1

It is hoped that the initiative will promote academic excellence, especially in logistics and freight industries in the country.
08:13
08:13

Reformed Warriors, Teenage Mothers Find Hope Through Education in Moroto Community schools 3

Sandra Apio, a teenage mother of twins studying at Musupo Primary School, shared her story. She conceived at 14, was abandoned by her boyfriend, and faced severe hardship with no support from her parents.
12:23
12:23

New Luwero SS Headteacher Takes Over Office Amidst Protests From Old Students 1 3

Early this month, the Ministry of Education and Sports transferred David Balaba Ssenkungu the headteacher of Luwero Secondary School to Ndejje Secondary School all churches founded schools. This after the headteacher of Ndejje SS Dr Canon Charles Kahigiriza retired after clocking retirement mandatory age.
09:12
09:12

Student Crippled by Teachers Beating Finally on Treatment amuria high school 2 4

Obadia was beaten in September 2023 and admitted at Soroti Regional Hospital, from where he was discharged in February without any improvement. But his family failed to raise enough money for his specialised treatment, leaving him to rot at home.
08:20
08:20

Nabilatuk Sends 12 Athletes to National Kids Competition in Kitgum 1 1

Amos Okoboi, the Nabilatuk District Sports Officer, highlighted that the team will join counterparts from various districts for the national competition, marking the district's inaugural participation since its establishment in 2018. On Sunday, the team composed of 6 girls and 6 boys was led by the Sports Officer to participate in the tournament that will feature in the Under-12 Category.
08:03
08:03

Poor Nutrition Fuels Silent Epidemic of Non-Communicable Diseases, Experts Warn Kyambogo University 1 2

The observations were made during the ongoing Third National Nutrition Forum, a high level gathering that has brought together various stakeholders from government ministries, departments involved in the food and nutrition value chain, development partners, and other key actors. The forum convened by the office of the prime minister with support from UNICEF serves as a platform for collaborative discussions and strategic planning aimed at addressing the multifaceted challenges posed by malnutrition in Uganda.
07:44
07:44

JT Jaguars Signs UGX 500 million Sponsorship Deal with Goldmine Microfinance 1 1

Allan Tayebwa, Managing Director of Goldmine Microfinance, outlined the sponsorship details, totaling 500 million Shillings annually for five years, amounting to 2.5 billion Shillings. The sponsorship is tied to the team's performance, with rewards for league victories, international qualifications, and high league standings.
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22:06

UBTEB Registers More Females For May-June Examinations 2 2

Statistics from Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board (UBTEB) reveal that this year, the board has registered a total of 32,726 candidates, who will be sitting for their examinations at 294 centers nationwide. Among these candidates, 17,357 are female, comprising an impressive 53 percent of the total candidature.
12:26
12:26

UPDF Takes Over Construction of Gulu University Constituent College in Moroto In Moroto District 1

The construction site was handed over to the UPDF trading arm, the National Enterprise Corporation Limited, and works are expected to commence soon.
11:28
11:28

Trade Ministry Courts COMESA for More Funding 1 1

Trade Minister Francis Mwebesa says that Uganda is developing project proposals to benefit from a 48.2 million Euro grant that was extended to the bloc by the European Union to facilitate the Trade Competitiveness and Market Access program which aims to enhance the trade competitiveness of COMESA Member States.
15:40
15:40

63 Percent of TVET Graduates Get Employment Within One Year – Study 1 1

A study conducted by Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board-UBTEB reveals promising employment outcomes for technical, vocational education, and training (TVET) graduates.
08:12
08:12

Nebbi Catholic Diocese Celebrates Tenth Adversary of Vocational School TVET 1 Top story

During the celebration marking the school's tenth anniversary, accompanied by Thanksgiving prayers and a graduation ceremony, leaders expressed gratitude for the school's contribution to skilling the youth in the district.
11:55
11:55

Over 100 Pupils Miss Exams Over Red Eyes in Madi Okollo red eyes disease 2 1 Top story

Musa Ocima, the Parent’s Teacher’s Association-PTA chairperson of the school, explains that the disease has also affected teachers, with three instructors diagnosed with red eyes.
07:53
07:53

Oyam Adolescents Fail to Interpret Assessment Questions uwezo uganda 5 1

Miriam Abeja, an assessor from Loro sub-county, reported that 90 percent of the adolescents interviewed had trouble comprehending the questions. Some were shy, while others attending private schools showed better interpretation skills.
09:20
09:20

Makerere Installs Biometric Systems to Monitor Staff and Student Attendance 5 1

The Digital Staff Access System and Student Attendance System unveiled at a concise event hosted at the College of Computing and Information Science, have already been deployed at all teaching facility entrances.
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