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Apr 2018 8 results
18:31
18:31

UGX137 Million Raised From Makerere University Run

A total of Shs66.8million was collected from sponsors while Shs61million was realised through sales of run kits bringing the total amount to Shs128million. An additional Shs9.2million was received in kind through sponsorship.
17:30
17:30

First Lady Warns Makerere on Strikes makerere university 1 2

Referring to the recent students strike against fees increment, Janet said strikes and student unrest jeopardizes government programs and those of development partners such as the Mak-Sida research partnership.
16:41
16:41

URBRA Questions Mazima Annual General Assembly 1

Uganda Retirement Benefit Regulatory Authority URBRA Acting Chief Executive Officer, Martin Nsubuga has said that the retirement benefit schemes regulators is not aware of Mazima Voluntary Individual Retirement Benefits Scheme MVIRBS General Assembly called by defunct administration. Mazima Chief Executive Officer Livingstone Mukasa who was relieved of his duties last week has circulated a notice of Mazimas Annual General Assembly scheduled for Friday 27th at Makerere University.
15:53
15:53

Makerere University Rape Case File Sent to DPP 1

Apart from the statements of Njoroge and Kisuze, police has failed to find any other witnesses to support the case. The pictorial evidence provided by Njoroge Rachel has also been added on the file.
15:47
15:47

Janet's Security Roughs Up Mak Professor makerere university 1 Top story

The professor yelled for help and dropped his bag as the soldiers lifted him up. Prof. Agea declined to comment on the matter and referred our reporter to the communications officer of Makerere University, saying they are barred from speaking to the press.
14:48
14:48

KCCA to Spend UGX 10 Billion on Court Compensations

The KCCA acting Treasury Director, Julius Kabugo, recently revealed that Shilling 13 billion was withdrawn from the KCCA bank accounts in 2017 on garnishee court orders. A garnishee order is a legal notice the court issues that allows the creditor to collect the amount from the debtors bank account.
13:50
13:50

Can Nursery Schools Boost Retention Rates in School? 4 1 Top story

At Spanna, pupils pay Shillings 15,000 per a term and also contribute three kilos of maize flour, which is used for the midday meal. Spanna is one of the several nursery schools that have opened up in rural areas since government approved the Early Childhood Development policy in 2007.
07:54
07:54

Makerere University Bursar Resigns

Over the last two years, he has been in charge of the office that manages all financial transactions of Makerere University. The office is responsible for the maintenance of all financial records in the department and a proper accounting system for the University.
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