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10:19
10:19

Mak Fire Report Rules Out Arson, Points to Electricity Fault 1 Top story

A report from investigations that were carried out by the Criminal Investigations Directorate and the Ministry of Works points to electricity as the likely cause of the fire that reduced to ashes the 70-year-old building which stood tall as the face of higher learning in the region.
08:21
08:21

Makerere Fire: University Starts Process to Recover Staff Records makerere university

At the height of the tragedy and subsequent crisis that the fire cast onto the institution, the University Vice-Chancellor Professor Barnabas Nawangwe allayed fears saying that "all our records past and current; Human Resource, student, academic and financial records are safely stored in digital form."
08:55
08:55

MAK Appointments Board Dismisses Sexual Offender Edward Kisuze, Two Others 1 Top story

Professor Barnabas Nawangwe, Vice-Chancellor, Makerere University, says the decision to sack Kisuze was based on the court ruling and university policy of “zero tolerance” to sexual assault.
17:10
17:10

Mak Revises Academic Calendar, Sets Graduation Dates 1 Top story

Prof Umar Kakumba, the Makerere University Deputy Vice-Chancellor in-charge of Academic Affairs, says they intend to integrate online and physical classes while observing the Standard Operating Procedures. “The calendar we have produced is subject to the government’s decision on school reopening. All we are doing is preparing for all possibilities such that in all circumstances we keep engaging our learners,” said Prof Kakumba.
16:04
16:04

Engineers Sanction Demolition of Makerere's Iconic Ivory Tower 2 2 Top story

The iconic building, also known as the Ivory Tower, was gutted by a mysterious fire on September 19 sending a shock wave to the country, as history spanning close to eight decades reduced to ashes.
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