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Apr 2021 4 results
18:05
18:05

Private Schools Understaffed as Teachers Abandon the Profession 4

Gordians Ahaisibwe, the headteacher Emma High School, says the school lost three teachers but was not ready to recruit more staff due to the financial constraints. He explains that given the staggered manner in which they are operating, the school decided to let the available teachers handle as they wait for the entire school to reopen then think of bridging the gap.
17:18
17:18

Oil Pipeline; Compensation of PAPs May Cost Up to UGX 65Bn 1 1 Top story

Dickens Kamugisha, the Executive Director at Africa Institute for Energy Governance -AFIEGO, says for about three years, EACOP has been carrying out the valuation of property in affected areas. However, he adds, none of the project-affected persons knows the rate which is being used.
17:15
17:15

Two Feared Dead as Speeding Fuel Truck Plunges into Karuma Falls karuma bridge 1

Joshua Odong, a regular transporter along the Gulu-Kampala highway, observed that Karuma which was built in the 1960s during the colonial era is notorious for killing travelers because it does not have the requisite safety standards.
12:20
12:20

New EAC Boss Pledges to Eliminate Trade Barriers, Push Political Unity 1 3

The EAC belongs to all of us - the people of East Africa, and I have taken on the duty to work towards a prosperous, secure and politically united region, that is people -centered and private sector driven -Dr. Mathuki
Apr 2021 4 results