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10:40
10:40

Rubirizi RDC Closes School for Flouting Covid-19 SOPs 2 2

The school had opened to other classes including the nursery section contrary to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Education.
09:51
09:51

Ediofe Cathedral Parish in Land Row with Private School Land Conflict 3 2

The over two acres of land located in Ediofe Mission village Komite parish, former Pajulu Sub County is reported to be belonging to Ediofe Cathedral Parish after it was handed by the then locals to Comboni Missionaries over 100 years ago.
08:47
08:47

Ivan Ssempijja Wins Makerere University Guild Presidential Race 4 2

In an election that was organized both physically and online Ssempijja, a fourth-year student of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery defeated two other candidates in the race. Ssempijja garnered 3,112 votes while his close rival Aaron Oguttu obtained 1,833 votes while National Resistance Movement –NRM party leaning candidate Edwine Bbosa Bwetuyita got 248 votes.
15:59
15:59

Bududa District to Return UGX 300M for Construction of Nakatsi Seed School 1

George William Wopuwa the Bududa Resident District Commissioner said it is so unfortunate that most of the district works are contracted from the centre which delays the delivery of services to the community.
15:12
15:12

UNBS Takes Standards to Innovative University Students 5

According to UNBS, the uptake of standards among manufacturers is still wanting and now they want to ensure that the upcoming manufacturers are supported and empowered to know the importance of standards.
11:30
11:30

Teachers Earn UGX 2,000 Per Lesson as Schools Struggle to Survive 1 3

One of them said that payments are now released on a weekly basis after computation of the number of lessons taught. For instance, if a teacher taught four lessons each day, he is paid a sum of 40,000 Shillings at the end of the week, which would also translate into 160,000 Shillings at the end of the month.
11:27
11:27

Kilembe Secondary School Students Strike over Teacher Absenteeism 4 1

Ernest Balizora the school head prefect says that the teachers have abandoned their responsibilities and it could affect the performance of the students.
14:27
14:27

Makerere University Guild Elections Set for Friday 1 2

Rodney Kiggundu, the Public Relations Officer of the University’s Electoral Commission says that 38,000 students are legible to vote out of which 18,000 are expected to vote physically from the 39 polling stations around the university while 20,000 will vote online.
10:21
10:21

Teacher Shortage Impeding Swahili Language Teaching in Apac Schools 3

Last year, the government rolled out the revised curriculum for lower secondary schools. About 16,000 teachers were trained to implement the new curriculum, however, Kiswahili teachers were lacking.
08:49
08:49

Unexploded Bombs Recovered in School Garden in Lamwo 1 1

The Ngomoromo LCI Chairperson Bosco Kidega says the bomb was discovered on Tuesday by parents and casual labourers who unearthed the devices as they were preparing the school garden to embark on the tree-planting campaign.
17:19
17:19

LDU Shoots Dead Metropolitan International University Student namungoona 3 3 Top story

The deceased identified as Matovu Ali a first year in first semester who has been pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Education was gunned down this morning at around 7:00am at the University premises next to the faculty of education and humanities offices. Ahmed Kiwanuka, the guild president Metropolitan International University, says that Matovu met his death around 7:00am at the University premises next to the faculty of education and humanities.
15:29
15:29

Police Investigates Cause of Fresh Fire Outbreak At Katikamu SDA SS fire out break

Julius Namansa, the Headteacher of Katikamu SDA SS says that the school will replace the learner’s property to enable them to continue learning since the damage wasn’t much.
14:20
14:20

Teacher Arrested On Suspicion of Sexually Abusing 6 Girls 2 1 Top story

Luke Owoyesigire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, identifies the suspect as Moses Mpanga Aldo, a resident of Nansana municipality in Wakiso district.
12:07
12:07

Iceland Boosts Hygiene, Education Among Buikwe Fishing Communities ICEIDA 1 3

The agency through Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene-WASH constructed 100 modern toilets at various landing sites of the fishing villages and 71 toilets at selected schools, as well as establishing 25 solar min water points supplying piped water to 103 Aquatech water taps. it also renovated 43 government aided primary and four secondary schools using various contractors.
15:28
15:28

UNEB Relieved as Education Service Commission Accords Special Attention to Examiners 1

Dr. Asuman Lukwago, the Secretary of Education Service Commission, says the commission has decided to first attend to the examiners to allow them to go for marking since it is critical to the entire education sector.
07:27
07:27

Gov't Develops Training, Assessment Manuals for Herbalists 4

“After training and assessment, we will be able to tell who is capable of doing what. If someone has qualified in farming herbs, they cannot process them. The assessment will be placing everyone at his level of competence and then those who lack competency will ship out,” said Mukwaya.
21:59
21:59

Barbra Allimadi Foundation Launched in Memory of Her Freedom Fighting Legacy Kitgum Diocese 4 4

The Foundation will focus on providing college and university scholarships to students with stellar academic credentials, especially young girls. Jennifer Akello, a first year student at Kyambogo University is the first scholarship recipient pursuing Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics Management.
13:51
13:51

Minister Kaducu Unhappy With Nurses Handling COVID-19 Vaccination 4 1

According to the minister, nurses are showing naivety of their skill in carrying out vaccination. She says instead of health care workers handling the vaccine vial at the head or cover, they are touching it from anywhere which can affect the efficacy of the vaccine. She says they are not supposed to touch the body of the vial
11:49
11:49

Dokolo, Apac Schools Receive 800 Iron Sheets from OPM 2

The institutions were in March this year hit hard by the heavy rains accompanied by the hail storms that blew off classroom structures and latrine premises, forcing the learners to study under tree shades.
15:14
15:14

Marking 2020 Exams Might Delay as Examiners Fail to Turn Up 1

On Sunday last week, coordinators of different groups of examiners started meeting to develop marking guides. However, Information obtained from liable sources indicates that although the marking process is already in progress, several examiners are yet to be seen.
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