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16:28
16:28

Makerere University Staff Petition Tribunal Over Dismissal 1 3

Jude Byamukama says that the letter from the university did not state clear grounds for his client’s dismissal because his performance has been unquestionable.
15:56
15:56

Makerere University Press Pushes for Elevation to Directorate Status 3

Dr. Samuel Siminyu, the Managing editor of Makerere University press, says that they run under the mandate of supporting staff and students with publishing books and need a minimum of Shillings 1 Billion annually for their activities.
18:06
18:06

KCCA Installs Bike Racks Along Non-Motorised Transport Corridor 4 1

Although it was designed for pedestrians and cyclists, the corridor did not have parking spaces for bicycles until this week when KCCA installed racks for about 80 bicycles along Luwum Street.
11:46
11:46

Lukwago Wants Property Rate Tax Reduced 1 3

According to the Local Government Act, local governments can charge a percentage not exceeding 12 percent of the taxable value of the property and a minimum of 2,000 shillings. The taxable value is 74% of the revenue generated by a property.
09:32
09:32

Makerere Seeks UGX 2 Billion for Centennial Celebrations Makerere University 1 3

The university is considering using part of the funds to renovate halls of residence, staff offices, and classroom blocks that are dilapidated. Some of these structures have not been renovated for more than 15 years.
08:42
08:42

Deputy Speaker Directs Minister Magyezi on Local Government’s Budgets budget process 4 1

Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa has directed the Minister of Local Government, Raphael Magyezi to present a comprehensive statement explaining why budgets that had not been approved by districts were submitted to parliament.
10:04
10:04

MoFPED, Universities Trade Blame Over Students Allowances Kyambogo University 1 3

Apollo Mughinda, the communications officer for the Ministry of Finance, says that the ministry disbursed all the money for the running quarter to the universities. “We sent all the money for this quarter to the respective votes. It is the reason we have not even received any complaint from them. What is happening could be internal financial management challenges including formalities required from them to access the funds,” said Mughinda.
07:07
07:07

UGX72BN Blights Parish Development Model Rollout funding shortfall 1

Paul Omara, the Otuke County MP in Otuke district observed that Parish Chiefs who will be central in the implementation of PDM are not being resourced to do their work because Parliament did not have time to debate PDM thoroughly before implementation.
09:13
09:13

FASPU Petitions Makerere to Stop Trying Lecturers Over Industrial Action MUASA 3 1

The affected lecturers are Dr. Fred Maniragaba, Dr. Anthony Tibaingana from the College of Business and Management, Francis Ekwaro, and Ezerea Kulisooma from the College of Computing and Information System.
07:17
07:17

Makerere’s Iconic Ivory Tower Goes Down Silently Makerere University 2 4 Top story

Julius Katerega, a former Guild President at Makerere, whose regime witnessed the fire at the Ivory Tower, said that even while the tower was being demolished, his source of strength is that it would be set up again.
11:14
11:14

KCCA to Abolish Automatic Contract Renewal for City Cleaners 2

For close to ten years, cleaning services in Kampala have been provided by divisional Savings and Credit Cooperative Society-SACCOS which were formed in 2014 on the advice of the then KCCA Executive Director Jenifer Musisi.
17:00
17:00

We Can't wait for KCCA Ordinance to Register Boda Bodas 1 3

Buroora says that over 5000 Boda bodas from Central and Nakawa Divisions have been registered, subjected to medical tests and trained in best road practices. He says that they will move the exercise to Lubaga, Kawempe and Makindye following a roadmap yet to be released by the respective division security Committees.
10:56
10:56

Kyambogo Students Protest Late Payment Charges Tuition 1 3

Daniel Oduori, the Guild Representative Council for the School of Management and Entrepreneurship explained that the students including himself were shocked to receive emails on April 8, 2022, instructing them to clear late payment dues.
16:36
16:36

MUASA Protests Reprimand of Staff over Industrial Action Public Universities 1 1

The MUASA Chairperson Robert Kakuru has asked the university management to overturn its decision calling it unfair.
12:43
12:43

Street Vendors Petition Court Over Eviction from Kampala 1 2

On 23rd December 2021, the then City Resident Commissioner- RCC Hud Hussein directed vendors to peacefully vacate the streets and take up space in city markets before they are forced out. The RCC sounded the same order on 11th January 2022 before KCCA working with security personnel from police and the army intensified operations to rid streets of vendors.
10:30
10:30

Ecologists, Cyclists Call for Better Infrastructure as UN Promotes Cycling 1 2

According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), transportation emits more than half of all carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides into the atmosphere and as such, choosing to bike instead of driving could avert 2.4 million premature deaths from outdoor air pollution
15:27
15:27

Boda bodas: Associations Conduct Parallel Registration as Gov't Program Stalls 1 6

Godfrey Tumusime, the Vice-Chairperson of Smart Boda Association in Kawempe says that they united with more than five other associations to form KBA Fenna Boda Boda Association, under which they are registering riders.
11:19
11:19

Kabaka Gives Motorcycles to Buganda Kingdom Sub-County Chiefs 2

Buganda Kingdom has 174 sub-county chiefs and 174 deputies bring the total to 348. At the event held on Wednesday at Bulange Mengo, Kabaka Mutebi presented 20 motorcycles to first 20 beneficiaries.
08:19
08:19

Mak Suspends 8 Over Mitchel, University Hall Clashes Makerere University 2 2

In the suspension letter to the affected students, Professor Henry Alinaitwe, the Acting Makerere University Vice-Chancellor, said that over 150 windowpanes across 91 windows at both Mitchel and University Halls were shattered.
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