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15:36
15:36

MUBS Student Ventures into Stone Quarrying 4 3

A 22-year-old female student of Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has turned the nationwide lockdown to start and grow a stone quarrying business.
10:31
10:31

Two Guild Leaders of NTC Kabale Held for Injuring Police Officer 4 5

Angry students led by their guild leaders Geoffrey Mumbere and Barnabas Agaba grabbed a microphone from the principal and attempted to beat him. As a result, police started firing tear gas and live bullets in the air to disperse.
12:17
12:17

Kabale NTC Students Strike over UGX 200m School Practice Money NTC Kabale 4 3 Top story

The concerned students say that they were perturbed when Benjamin Turyahikayo, the NTC Principal revealed to them that their money was channeled to pay electricity, water bills, purchasing stationery, and maintenance of the college compound.
17:55
17:55

Online Voting System Frustrates Kabale University Guild Elections 6 4

The voting which took place today had a hybrid of both physical and online polls. While Engineering and Medicine students were voting physically at the University playground in Kikungiri, the rest of the departments were voting through the AIMS software.
19:57
19:57

Kabale Nursing School Students Protest Maladministration strike 4 2

They also accuse the administration of maintaining medical, field placement, utilities, and computer Maintenance and internet fees yet they plan to close by the end of this month and send the students home to embrace to continue with online studies.
09:38
09:38

URA Donates Motorboat to Bwama Island Primary school Lake Bunyonyi 4 3

Musinguzi explained that the donation is part of the initiative by URA’s Corporate Service Department, which started in 2019 following media reports in 2017 indicating how pupils were struggling to access education services by crossing the lake using canoes.
14:42
14:42

7,712 Teenage Pregancies Recorded in Kigezi 8 2

Pamela Kembabazi, the Rukiga District Senior Probation, and Welfare Officer says that 71 cases were recorded from July 2020 to July 2021. Kembabazi attributes the rising cases to the negligence of parents.
08:08
08:08

Bishop Barham University Student Drowns in Lake Bunyonyi 2 Top story

Isaac Atwijukire, the Executive Director of the Kabale based Twinomujuni Children's Home, say that Tumwebaze who was under the case of the organization convinced matrons to allow her to leave the orphanage center in Kirigime, southern division in Kabale Municipality to see her grandmother in Bungongi.
13:57
13:57

Police Hold 3 Guards for Shooting Student 2 1

According to Maate, it all started when a fight erupted between the security guards and senior six students over evening preps. The guards were chasing senior six students from their dormitories to classes to revise, which students resisted.
10:39
10:39

Kabale School on The Spot for Detaining Candidates Over Unpaid Fees 5 3

The school director Julius Arineitwe and head teacher, Justus Bataringaya and administrator, Godfrey Asasire reportedly detained Swaleh Junior Mayanja, 13, and Swahaba Selemba, 11, both sons of Swaleh Mayanja after the completion of their Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) last month for alleged to clear third term tuition worth Shillings 1.64 million.
15:01
15:01

P7 Pupils in Danger due to Lack of Fuel to Cross Lake Bunyonyi 4 2

Robert Kanyooma, the school headteacher admits that they are stuck, with no money to fuel the two engine canoes, which reqyuire 3.6 million shillings per term to enable the pupils cros African second deepest lake to and from school every day
13:26
13:26

Kabale Headteachers, Parents Question Schools Reopening 1 7

However, stakeholders interviewed in Kabale district see any move to open schools in the current circumstances as dangerous there are simply no resources to implement the basic SOPs.
19:17
19:17

Parents Seek Compulsory Enrollment of Politician's Children in UPE Schools 5

They argue that the UPE program has suffered setbacks because the people in authority and wealthy parents take their children to private schools and give little or no attention to the progress of government schools under the UPE Program.
20:19
20:19

Kabale NTC Officials Plead For Capitation Grant Increase 4 2

The government provides 1,800 Shillings for each student at National Teachers College to cover the basic necessities of students and general maintenance costs each day. But NTC Kabale Principal Benjamin Turyahikayo says the allocation is meaningless given the countrys inflation rate.
18:28
18:28

Parents Lock Teachers Out for Late Coming head teacher 8 1 Top story

Edison Turyamubona, the Chairperson Muyebe Parents Teachers Association-PTA, says they were forced to use harsh means to fight absenteeism after their teachers ignored their appeal.
11:50
11:50

Kabale Parents Demand Improvement in School Inspection recruitment 6 1

The parents argue that lack of adequate inspectors of schools has hindered performance of schools.
13:46
13:46

Two UNATU Officials Injured in Kabale Accident 1 1

According to David Muteebwa, a resident who witnessed the accident, the two, accompanied by one child, were travelling in a Toyota RAV 4 registration number UAU-613B, when the accident occurred.
12:51
12:51

Kigezi High School in UGX 800 million Debt secondary school 5 1

Alfred Kabuchu, the Chairperson Kigezi High School Old Students Association-KHOSA, says due to lack of financial capacity, the school has failed to rehabilitate dormitories and lavatories, which are dilapidated.
17:52
17:52

Gov't Tasked to Scrap Redundant University Courses sauti za wananchi 3 1

Political leaders, educationists and parents in Kabale district say that the government, through National Council for Higher Education has failed to force tertiary institutions to stop teaching non-essential courses to students who end up remaining unemployed after studies.
20:17
20:17

Police Fires Tear Gas to Quell Kigezi High School Inter-class Clashes 2 3

A senior two student told URN on condition of anonymity that students in lower classes descended on their senior four candidates with sticks and clubs as a way of bidding them farewell following the completion their Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE Exams.
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