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16:46
16:46

Guild Elections: Makerere Council to Consider Regulations associate 1 2 Top story

“These electoral regulations are trying to dictate what should appear in the students constitution. And if you look at the entire regulations booklet, there are a number of provisions that are out rightly against the freedom of expression,” Mark Owiny, a 4th year Law student said
13:24
13:24

How Former ICT Director Fell Out With Mak Adminstration Makerere University 1

Eng. Frank Kitumba was evicted by a team from the University Estates, Works Directorate, security guards and police officers in what his lawyers described the eviction as unfortunate and contempt of the law.
12:22
12:22

Leaders Upbeat as MV Sigulu Launches onto L. Victoria government 1 4

The Uganda National Roads Authority is finalizing works on MV Sigulu, the largest ferry in Uganda so far, which will connect Namayingo district to the islands of Sigulu and Dolwe. The ferry constructed by a Danish Johs Gram Hanssen –JGH Marine has a capacity to carry 300 passengers, and close to 20 vehicles. It can move at a speed of 14 kilometres per hour.
07:13
07:13

Justice Tabaro to Head Mak Staff Appeals Tribunal education 2

Justice Tabaro will serve for the next four years and replaces George Omunyokol whose term of ended in March.
07:51
07:51

Makerere Yet to Recover Funds from 16 Dismissed Academic Staff parliament 1

The Deputy University Secretary, Yusuf Kiranda, says the Human Resources Director is yet to compile a list of the affected staff and compute the amount lost by the University.
12:35
12:35

Katureebe Apologises for Delayed Age Limit Judgement health 1 Top story

In his opening remarks, Justice Katureebe attributed the delayed judgment to numerous issues including health problems. Justice Katureebe explained that he was unwell and underwent surgery, adding that he will be flying out of the country the next week to undergo eye surgery.
21:25
21:25

Govt Given one Month to table Legal Aid services Bill people 2

This came after the government asked parliament to reject the move by Gulu municipality MP Lyandro Komakech to secure permission for a private members bill on the Legal Aid Services. The proposed legal aid bill 2018 is intended for ease access to free legal aid by marginalized and vulnerable groups and also regulate the legal aid services providers in the country.
15:17
15:17

Women to Get 30 Percent Share of Public Procurement Budget country 2

Benson Turyame, the PPDA Executive Director, says women form a large percentage of the Ugandan population and ought to be involved in public procurement.
08:01
08:01

Bickering Threatens HIV Fight in Kalangala district 1 3

Emmanuel Kayanja, the chairperson of one of the organizations, says the infighting has led to mistrust among patients and civil society organizations.
10:27
10:27

Army Wants Retirement Age Increased country 1 1 Top story

According to Mbadi, they also want parliament to review the compensation for disability attained in service and the time they retire after sustaining injuries and pension given to low ranking officers.
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