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Feb 2020 8 results
18:41
18:41

Children Should Formally Enroll in School at Five Years-Experts 5

Innocent Byaruhanga, the Assistant Commissioner Family Affairs in the Ministry told URN in an interview that they have recommended to Ministry of Education that children should enroll at least at five years.
17:18
17:18

Nkumba University Council Overturns Guild Impeachment 1 Top story

The Nkumba University Guild Constitution stipulates that for a Guild President's impeachment to be successful, the students’ electorate must vote the guild president out of office. This means that the university must have organised a fresh general election for a new guild president, in case one is impeached two months before his/her tenure ends.
16:04
16:04

Nobody Eats GDP- ADB President Says in Call for Inclusive Growth 1 Top story

According to the report, these figures do not tell the whole story. Across the continent, the poor are not seeing enough of the benefits of robust growth. Relatively few African countries posted significant declines in extreme poverty and inequality, which remain higher than in other regions of the world.
15:23
15:23

Education Helps Death Row Inmate to Hope Against Hope for Freedom Inmates 1 2

Sentenced to death for murder, Okurmur is one of the candidates who sat for the Uganda Certificate of Education Examinations last year. He scored 56 aggregates, and was ranked in Division Four, a result which he says gives him satisfaction and pride.
14:52
14:52

MPs Want New UCE Curriculum Stopped new curriculum 1 3

A section of Members of Parliament want the new Education curriculum halted over concerns that vital subjects have been made optional, and that wide consultations have not been done.
13:50
13:50

Mak Ordered to Prove Search for Deputy VC in Two Weeks Makerere University 1

Justice Musa Sekaana of the Civil Division of High Court made the directive in presence of Hudson Musoke, the university lawyer and advocate Anthony Wameli appearing with his client Professor Anthony Mugisha appearing before court today his Chambers.
12:34
12:34

Limbless PLE Star Counting Fortunes as Rukutana Adopts Him 2 3 Top story

Despite writing with his feet, Kakama scored 16 aggregates in the recently released Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE. He obtained 4 in English, 5 in Mathematics, 3 in Social Studies and 4 in Science. He is among 51 candidates who passed in second grade out of the 1,128 special needs pupils who sat PLE last year.
11:01
11:01

Pallisa District Grappling with Low Staffing 3

Agnes Lukindo, the Pallisa District Education Officer, says the district has 833 teachers against the required number of 1319 meaning that they have a gap of 486 teachers.
Feb 2020 8 results