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15:06
15:06

Commuting Civil Servants in Gulu District on Spot over Poor Service Delivery absenteeism 4 1

James Okwera, a resident of Labworomor in Palaro Sub-County says the absence of technical staff who should closely supervise their subordinates in the district has left civil servants to abscond from work, report late with impunity.
11:15
11:15

Buliisa Fails to Attract Applicants for Various Positions civil servants 2 1 Top story

Fred Lukumu, the Buliisa LC V Chairperson says that they have severally advertised various vacant positions in the district but failed to attract applicants.
09:04
09:04

Gulu District Sells 30 Plots of Land to Settle Compensation for Dismissed Staff debt 1 2

The District Council passed a resolution in 2001 for the termination of contracts of Parish Chiefs who were working in the various Sub Counties across the district. The resolution led to the termination of contracts for 89 Parish Chiefs who later dragged the district to court and sought compensation for unlawful termination.
11:49
11:49

Over 1,000 Amuru Civil Servants Commute to Work from Gulu Amuru Town Council. 3 1

Robert Olanya, a resident of Amuru Town Council disclosed to Uganda Radio Network - URN that offices at the district headquarters always open beyond the official time of 8:00am as stipulated in the Ministry of Public Service standing order.
08:15
08:15

Huge Number of Volunteers Worry Wakiso Authorities Wakiso District 5 1 Top story

Information obtained by our reporter shows that there are more than 60 volunteers attached to various offices. The volunteers execute simple tasks like preparing documents, welcoming and guiding clients, keeping the offices when the officers are away and at times perform duties entrusted to the office bearers.
10:54
10:54

Kabale Teachers Stopped from Acquiring Loans from Micro Finance Institutions civil servants 4

The ban follows repeated concerns by many teachers who are accusing some financial institutions of making double deductions from their monthly salaries.
19:39
19:39

Mityana District Withholds Salaries for Latecomers, Absentees staff 3 1

Mityana Chief Administrative Officer James Nkata told Uganda Radio Network that the salaries were withheld as an internal tool to check on persons who wanted to be paid for no work done. Nkata says that he invoked powers vested in his office by the Public Service Standing Orders, permitting him to withhold salaries of staff that abscond from duty.
15:45
15:45

Bundibugyo Civil Servants Criticized over Absenteeism 1

The outcry comes days after a report by the District Public Accounts Committee which indicated that some civil servants have absconded from duty for more than two months yet they are still receiving salaries.
13:06
13:06

Rukiga Civil Servants Protest Nonpayment rukiga district 1

Zadock Tumuhimbise, the national chairperson, Uganda National Teachers Union, says it is unfortunate that the civil servants especially teachers have worked for six months without salaries.
09:50
09:50

District Suspends Six Staff for Defying Public Service Dress Code civil servants

Early this year, the Ministry of Public Service issued guidelines banning sleeveless, transparent and tight clothing for non-uniformed officers in Public Service. Public Service Permanent Secretary Catherine Bitarakwate Musingwiire said that the guidelines were in line with the Public Service Standing Orders.
06:57
06:57

Scores To Lose Jobs As Restructuring Starts In Luweero civil servants

Paul Mukungu, the Luweero Town Council LC 3 Chairperson, says government has been allocating funds for capacity building and it will be unfortunate for a serving officer to lose job over lack of academic qualifications.
14:06
14:06

Kabale Officials Turned Away for Late Coming kabale district 3 1

Canon Enock Kazooba, a resident of Rubaya Sub County has welcomed the move by the CAO to act on late comers.
13:52
13:52

Rubanda Civil Servants Protest Nonpayment of Salaries unpaid salaries 2

Anthony Musasizi, the Chairperson for Uganda National Teacher Union UNATU Rubanda branch says that the problem of unpaid salaries has affected over 300 teachers. Musasizi questions why some teachers names were omitted from the payroll after the creation of the new district.
07:36
07:36

RDC Locks Nakapiripirit District Offices civil servants

Some of the officials, who had reported for work, were led stranded as a result of the action of the RDC.
11:40
11:40

Residents In Luweero Demand Tough Action on Absentee Civil Servants.

Residents in Luweero are calling for stringent action and reforms in salaries given to civil servants to control increased cases of absenteeism in the district. Residents want the government to pay civil servants according to working days and hours due to increased absenteeism in the district.
09:52
09:52

Row in Budaka sends Office Doors Closing civil servants

The councilors are accusing the CAO, of misusing 300 million shillings. But the CAO acknowledges that 24 million shillings was spent on salary advances.
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