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May 2022 4 results
18:32
18:32

Makerere Students Disappointed Over Graduation Booklet [email protected] 2 4

While graduands from the College of Health Sciences, School of Law, and the College of Natural Sciences were celebrating their victory on Monday, representatives of over 40 affected students met at University Hall awaiting to hear from their college Principal on the matter.
15:31
15:31

We Have Not Forgotten Arts Teachers-President Museveni 1 Top story

According to President Museveni, the government decided to first sort out the scientists, who he said are vital for economic growth. "We insisted on giving good salaries to government scientists including teachers in the government Universities and secondary schools. This is not because we have forgotten the social scientists or art people. Not at all. It is because we can't handle everything at ago. We have decided to start with the scientists," he said.
11:10
11:10

Sustainability Challenges Threaten Operations of Public Libraries 2 3

Joel Mukasa, who vends art crafts, and pieces of jewelry at the verandah of the library, says that the facility has almost lost its relevancy because it is no longer attractive to the community including students who were its regular users especially on weekends and during holidays.
10:39
10:39

Gov't Schools in Bunyangabu Continue To Register More New Learners government schools 9 3

The school deputy headteacher in charge of academics, Peter Ndagiire, reasons that the current economic crisis coupled with a poor harvesting season has forced many parents to withdraw their children from private schools because they could not afford school fees and other mandatory requirements.
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