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Jun 2022 6 results
19:35
19:35

Mid-Term Access Slows Down Projects as NSSF Cries Over Expensive Houses 5

Byarugaba says the Fund no longer has the kind of liquidity it had before the Mid-term Access that allows beneficiaries access their savings before retirement age. He says the suppliers and contractors are the ones who can have a solution to bring the costs of the final product lower.
18:31
18:31

Buganda Kingdom Unveils UGX157.8 Billion Budget 1 2

The budget will be financed with funds from Envujjo, Busuulu and Kanzu (24.7 billion Shillings), debt payment from the Central Gocernment ( 5 billion), student payments (18.14 billion), development partners (29.12 billion), Sports (4.43 billion), Communication Stations (28.4 billion), Tourism (870 million), Cooperatives (32.51 billion) and others.
18:21
18:21

Build-ups Have Helped Silverbacks Prepare Better - Galanopoulos 2 1

The Silverbacks kicked off preparations for the second window of the 2022 FIBA World Cup qualifiers slated for next month in Kigali, Rwanda with a camp in Alexandria, Egypt. They have also played and lost three matches against Egypt, Jordan and Rwanda.
17:58
17:58

Katikkiro Mayiga Cautions Gov’t On Teacher’s Strike 1 2

While addressing the Buganda Lukiiko on Monday, Mayiga said that Arts teachers are equally important to the nation as those of Sciences since professions in the different fields of study complement each other.
15:30
15:30

12 Arrested For Threatening to Burn Wakiso Schools 1 2

In his statement at Nabweru police station, Nkoyoyo explains that he received an anonymous phone call on June 24 ordering him to urgently send money so that his school could be spared from being burnt.
13:16
13:16

Gov't Threats Worsen Teacher's Strike 2 13 Top story

George Rwabongoya, the head teacher told URN that only a section of science teachers were on duty whereas arts classes were empty as the majority of the staff members stayed away from classes. Some of the boarding schools in the district like Nyakasura School are urging students to engage in self-study since they cannot send the learners back home.
Jun 2022 6 results