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DEPUTY AG MWESIGWA RUKUTANA ON TALENT DEVELOPMENT AND JOB CREATION

At a time when most Ugandans struggle to get absorbed in the labor sector, the Deputy Attorney General has criticized parents who often discourage their children to take part in Music and sports.

The Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukutana was presiding at the Nabisunsa Girls school

KYAMBOGO STAFF WRITE TO JANET MUSEVENI

Kyambogo University Senior Administrative Staff Association (KYUSASA) presented a letter to the minister of state for Higher Education and sports, Hon. John C. Muyingo seeking for an immediate invention in the Kyambogo University Vice Chancellor Vacuum, which members of KYUSASA are saying that the search process

GOVT WARNS HMS ON FACILITY UTILIZATION AS WORLD VISION INVESTS 1.2B IN EDUCATION

Government has threatened to take action against head teachers who fail to optimally utilize facilities that the government often send to schools to aid learning of pupils.

This was revealed by the Ass Commissioner Primary Education

INVIGILATORS WANT POLICE INSIDE EXAMINATION ROOM

At least 9400 candidates have been registered to do the Allied Health Examinations which kick off today, the Uganda Allied Health Examinations Board.

This was revealed during the briefing of scouts and invigilators

UBTEB MAY/JUNE EXAMS KICK OFF

Over 20,000 candidates from 375 centers across the country are set to sit for this year’s May/ June 2016 Uganda Business and Technical examinations Board, UBTEB which kicked off this morning.

During the briefing, the Boards executive secretary

MAKERERE STUDENTS PETITION PARLIAMENT OVER RAPE, TUITION

Makerere University students turned rowdy rioting over rape allegations and the new tuition policy introduce by the University administration. The rowdy students attempted to petition Parliament to present their grievances to the Speaker, after

NABISUNSA OLD GIRLS DINE WITH STUDENTS

Nabisunsa - At a time when the National Curriculum Development Centre finalizes its changes in the national education curriculum, teachers and educationists are calling for a quicker procedure to implement the new curriculum. At a get together session for Nabisunsa Old Girls and the current students at the school, the alumnae called a speedy process to have the new education curriculum

UBTEB EXAMS 2015 RELEASED AS PROF KATEREGGA RAPS UGANDAN CURRICULUM

Uganda business technical examinations board UBTEB has released the Nov/Dec 2015 examinations indication a tremendous improvement in the candidates performance compared to those who sat last year.

Handing over the exams to the Minister of education Jesca Alupo at

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COURT STAYS MUSEVENI CRITIC TRIAL

Kampala - Buganda Road Chief Magistrates Court has suspended the trial of President Museveni social media critic Robert Shaka until the disposal of provisions of the Computer Misuse Act, upon which the charges against him are based. The decision by the trial magistrate was prompted by Shaka’s lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde who presented copies of the said petition to Buganda Road

POLICE FOILS “TOGIKWATAKO” MEETING IN KAMPALA

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Police in Kampala has foiled a meeting organized by Civil Society Organizations working with Parliament to discuss the controversial age limit bill.

GEN KAYIHURA VOWS ON BUNDIBUGYO CONFLICT

The inspector general of police Gen. Kale Kayihura says police will not heed to the pressure and lectures from foreign agencies over the over security in the country. Kayihura maintains that police is able to revert organized crimes and will continue with its vigilance a spectrum of threats that have been contained. The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has

UGANDAN WANTS COMPENSATION FROM JAPANESE EMBASSY

Kampala - A Ugandan Business man wants the Japanese Embassy to compensate him after Japanese Police tortured him. Paul Kiryowa wants Medical compensation to the tune of US $130,000 from the Japanese Embassy in Uganda, claiming he was tortured by the Japanese Police in Tokyo six years ago.

WOMEN ENTREPRENNEURSHIP PROGRAM LAUNCHED

Kampala; Government has launched the Uganda Women Entrepreneur Program that seeks to finance women’s capacity to grow and expand their business as well as accessing market for their products.

Under the auspices of the ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, UWEP as

FAMILY SURVIVES ARSON

Iganga – A family of three was rescued after their house caught fire Wednesday night. The three, a father identified as Daniel Mugula 38 and his two Daughters Viola Kasana, 7 and

CO-OPERATIVES PETITION PARLIAMENT

About 1000 cooperative unions have petitioned the speaker of parliament Rt. Hon. Rebbeca Kaddaga over what they termed as unclear legal and regulatory frame work.

In a region where the neighbouring countries have succeeded

FDC DEFIANCE HEARING FLOPS

The hearing of the main petition in which the Attorney General wants to completely ban the defiance campaign activities of opposition political party the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), hits a snag this morning after two justices on the panel of

KATOSI ROAD SCAM, SUSPECT ASKS COURT TO PLEAD GUILTY

Joe Ssemugooma, the former AG Director Finance and Administration with the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has expressed his willingness to plead guilty to the corruption charges and also refund the tax payers money that he allegedly took in connection to the famous Mukono-Katosi road scam

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This development happened mid morning when the hearing of the