The dispute worsened when court bailiffs evicted dozens of people from Lusanja leading to the destruction of property worth millions of Shillings. The Commission condemned the eviction and directed that the affected people stay put since the Commission was investigating the same matter.
Alex Kayanja, one of the affected workers, says to their surprise the managers expelled some of the workers who led their colleagues to demand for a pay rise. According to Kayanja, they refused to sign the contracts because they were never given chance to read it.
The findings are revealed in a new report by the International Labour Organisation ILO titled Women and men in the informal economy: A statistical picture. The study also provides comparable estimates on the size of the informal economy and a statistical profile of the sector, using criteria from more than 100 countries.
In the chaos, Dickson Mutebi, a reporter with Bukedde TV based in Bukomansimbi, was stoned by a group of protesters. Mubarak Ssebufu, a reporter with Buddu Media Group who was also at the scene, says the group accused Mutebi of airing reports that claimed Kalibala was engaged in human sacrifice.
Health workers in Kochi health centre III in Yumbe district have called off a strike they started one week ago after police intervened and arrested a man who assaulted one of the workers. The attacker was angry that his wife had been given birth control pills.
unfairly sacked journalists from NBS radio last week have given the management of NBS radio one week to have dialogue or else seek redress from the human rights and journalists associations in the country.