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15:39
15:39

Mak Law School Seeks Financial Independence for its Executive Course strike 1 Top story

The executive program, which will run on weekends, was born out of disagreements by the School and university management on the remuneration of lecturers on the Evening Programme.
18:22
18:22

Modern Steel Factory Expels Twelve Workers company 4 1

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.
19:11
19:11

Modern Steel International Workers Strike Over Low Pay salary increment 2 1

Over 500 workers at Modern Steel International on kyaggwe road in njeru municipality have today demonstrated over low pay and lack of protective gears at work.
16:45
16:45

Speaker Denies Salary Increment for MPs 1 2

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has refuted reports indicating that Parliament wants an additional Shillings 90 billion to cater for MPs salaries at Shillings 24 million every month from 11 million.
19:56
19:56

Museveni Attacks Doctors Over Strike salary increment 2 1

President Museveni warned that the doctors risk being sacked if they continue with the strike and new doctors recruited.
17:06
17:06

EOC Weighs In On University Staff Salary Impasse salary increment 1

Equal Opportunities Commission EOC Chairperson, Sylvia Nabatanzi, says the best practice for sharing salary increment is that each member gets equal share rather than certain staff taking higher percentages than others. She says even when money is shared equally, lowest paid staff in a public university cant reach salary of highest paid staff since they are in different salary scales.
07:27
07:27

Striking Staff Force Makerere to Delay Paying July Salaries makerere university

Makerere University management has announced it will delay payment of July salary following a strike by the support staff in public universities. In a letter to staff, dated July 24th, the university secretary Charles Barugahare says the decision to delay payment of July salaries was agreed in a management meeting held on the same day.
14:34
14:34

Worker's Union Petitions Gov't Over Salary Discrepancies salary increment

The Union accuses government of failing to promote equal opportunities with a view of eliminating any discrimination in employment as provided for in the Employment Act Section 6 1.
15:47
15:47

UNATU moves to sue Otuke RDC for arresting head teacher over strike unatu strike 3

Jimmy Otim, the Otuke district UNATU chairperson says they have concluded arrangements to drag RDC Abak to court using the union law based on the collective bargaining agreement which they had with the government.
06:43
06:43

Government: No Salary Increment For Public Servants In 2015/16 Financial Year new school term 1 2 Top story

Now, in defiance of the teachers\' demands, the Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakanda Rugunda this evening announced that, though the government is committed to increasing salaries for the teachers and all other civil servants, it cannot do it in the coming financial year.
15:38
15:38

UPE School Teacher On Managing A Class of 130 Pupils salary increment 4 2 Top story

When Mrs Jill Kentaro, a grade three teacher, stepped forward to face her first class in 1986, she had 40 eager pupils to instruct. 28 years later, Kentaro struggles to teach a class of 130 pupils in Kampala Capital City Council Authority Kamwokya Primary School.
07:55
07:55

CAOs Distance Themselves from Salary Mess, Blame Public Service salary arrears 3

District Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) have distanced themselves from the payroll mess which has led to the delay of salaries, ghost workers and non-payment of genuine workers. They have told the Parliamentary Select Committee investigating the matter that it is solely the Ministry of Public Service that is responsible.
11:30
11:30

Ugandan Teachers in Mourning on World Teachers' Day salary increment 4

UNATU\'s Kabale district chairperson Zadoka Tumuhimbise says teachers in Uganda do not have reason to celebrate the day. He says the teachers resolved to stay at home and mourn the plight of teachers and the declining standards of education in the nation.
14:32
14:32

MUK Lecturers Call Off Strike, Get 70% Incentive salary increment

The development comes after the university council agreed to give a 70% salary incentive to the staff of Makerere effective this October. According to a letter from Council sent to the Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) executive on 27th August, the payment of the incentive will start with the month of October.
16:17
16:17

Museveni Makes U-Turn On Teachers Salary Increment teachers salaries

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has ordered the Minister for Education Jessica Alupo to find a 20% salary increment for teachers in the next two weeks. The declaration comes as a surprise as less than a week ago, President Museveni insisted that he would not grant teachers the full 20% promised salary increment.
12:35
12:35

MP Amuriat: 4% Salary Increment for Teachers an Insult ghost teachers 2 1

Following the NRM’s Caucus resolution on Monday this week to increase teacher’s salaries by 4% instead of the promised 20% increment by government in this Financial Year, MP Amuriat Oboi Patrick has described the suggestion as an insult.
17:41
17:41

Budget 2013-2014: Opposition Urge Govt to Increase Salaries for Civil Servants budget expectations 3

As Ugandans wait to know what the 2013/2014 financial year budget holds, legislators have today come out saying that they expect government to increase salaries of civil servants especially teachers, doctors and the judiciary.
14:02
14:02

UNATU: Teachers Need Motivation if Skilling Uganda is to Succeed inadequate funding

Margaret Rwabushaija, the UNATU chairperson, says that teachers have little reason to celebrate Labour Day and mark it out of obligation. She says government has to motivate teachers if the Skilling Uganda project is to succeed.
16:18
16:18

Moyo Hospital Cleaners On Strike Over Unpaid Wages salary arrears

Casual workers at Moyo hospital have laid down their tools demanding for salary increment.
09:40
09:40

Busoga Teachers Abandon Classes After Strike salary increment

Several teachers in rural areas in Busoga region have not resumed duties following the two days teacher’s strike last week to protest low pay. They have resorted to ploughing their gardens saying that they are not certain of the government decision over their concerns.
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