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20:26
20:26

Cram Work Persists in Schools As Pupils Fall Short On Problem Solving 1 3

UNEB Executive Secretary Dan Odongo notes that it has been a perennial challenge for many schools. For instance, Odongo says, both English and Mathematics performance was poor in questions where candidates were required to apply knowledge in problem-solving situations or express themselves freely.
20:10
20:10

2019 PLE Results: Karamoja Trails as Central, West Lead PLE 2019 1

Data obtained from Uganda National Examinations Board shows that Amudat district registered the lowest number of first grades in the country, with only two, out of 301 candidates scoring aggregates in the first grade. Last year, only one candidate passed in Division One in the whole district.
19:52
19:52

MPs Task Judiciary on Delayed Justice 1 7

Bugweri County MP Abdu Katuntu tasked the Judiciary officials to explain whether they are comfortable with the speed at which disputes before court are handled.
19:10
19:10

Inmates Jubilate Despite Decline in PLE Performance UNEB 9 1

Up to 56 candidates sat for PLE at the centre. Of these, 31, attained aggregates in second grade, 19 were in third grade, four got fourth-grade aggregates, while two were ungraded (U). Six of the candidates who had registered at the centre were registered absent.
19:06
19:06

SMS Services Reduce Rush for Results in Schools dan odong

With the introduction of the SMS services which enable candidates get their results instantly on their mobile phones, schools seem reluctant to pick them from UNEB
18:51
18:51

Kitgum Records Improvement in PLE

The results released on Friday shows a total of 221 pupils scored first grade out of 3,605 pupils who sat within the municipality and district level. This is slightly higher than the numbers district registered in 2018 when only 153 pupils scored first grade.
18:39
18:39

Corruption Has Turned Uganda into a Dark Country - Prof. Suruma School of Law 2 5

According to Professor Suruma, education without compassion and integrity is not enough. He urged the graduands and citizens to start instilling values right from homes if they want a clean and fair society.
18:25
18:25

Kafuuzi Still Hopeful for Parliament Approval State House 1

Kafuuzi, who missed out on the administration of oath early this week said that contrary to the queries, he has an experience spanning 13 years in the legal field, eight of them as an advocate of the high court. He is optimistic that the committee will give him a nod as soon as members reconvene to review his credentials as submitted by the judiciary.
18:23
18:23

Gov't Yet to Fulfill Pledge to Bududa Landslide Victims 2 2

The State Minister of Disaster Preparedness Musa Echweru said the government will give each of the survivors 500,000 shillings.
17:33
17:33

Residents Dismiss Village Chairperson Over Dishonesty Kalungu District 2

Simon Peter Kalule one of the residents blames Nsubuga of concurrently holding positions as the Village and Parish council chairperson which affects his ability to deliver in either of the two offices. He adds that Nsubuga, who also the Parish National Resistance Movement-NRM party chairperson has been suffocating all voices that complain about his leadership style.
17:04
17:04

Slow Court Process Hindering Examination Malpractice Fight 4 1

Dan Odongo, the UNEB executive secretary says that while examination malpractice cases have reduced, the rate at which those involved are presented in courts is slow and hindering the fight against examination malpractices.
16:27
16:27

Marriage Frustrations Push Teacher to Pursue Degree Kyambogo University 4 3

Egau, currently an English teacher at Otuboi Primary School in Kalaki district had just lost her husband of 23 years to another woman, a graduate who made her feel like a nobody, a laughingstock. Her esteem had been washed down the drain.
16:09
16:09

Use of Random Numbers at PLE A Success- UNEB system 2 1

Last year, UNEB introduced use of random numbers to identify examination centres instead of school names. Candidates were also given codes instead of district names.
15:41
15:41

Cholera Outbreak in Busia Leaves 31 Hospitalised 2

The victims are currently admitted in the isolation unit at Busia Health Centre.
15:28
15:28

Judiciary Seeks UGX 77b Budget For Vehicles, Construction of Courts 4 1

According to the budget estimates, Judiciary’s budget has been maintained at Shillings 181.61 billion. Bigirimana told MPs that the allocation is minimal for the institution and has left key activities for the coming financial year not funded. He appealed for an additional allocation of 26.5 billion shillings to purchase cars for judicial officials.
15:20
15:20

Works Ministry Conducting Study on Unit Cost for Roads road construction 3

One of the roads that have been queried includes the four-lane highway Kampala-Entebbe Expressway, which was cost up to USD 9.3 million per kilometre. The 51-kilometer road, whose total cost is calculated at 1.7 trillion Shillings, has been highlighted as the costliest road project among low to middle-income countries.
15:05
15:05

Kenyan National Arrested for Theft of UNBS Vehicle Hoima 1

The suspect Felix Agoro 32 together with others still at large allegedly stole a land cruiser vehicle registration number UBD 172P. Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says that they received information from their counterparts in Lira alerting them about the theft.
14:52
14:52

UPDF Starts Trial of LDUs Arrested Over Gun Misuse 1 1

Maj Yusuf Katamba, the Spokesperson UPDF First Division declined to reveal the exact number of suspects and particulars of their offences. Maj Katamba, however, confirmed that the trials have started.
14:42
14:42

PLE 2019: UPE Candidates Drop as Non-UPE Show Steady Growth 1

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) officials were silent on the cause of the drop. The possible explanation could be that more parents are choosing to take their pupils to private schools where it is assumed that they will pass well than in UPE schools.
14:36
14:36

Nansana Municipal Staff Working Overnight to Beat Probe Pressure team 1 2

Although the offices were previously closing at 7 p.m., Our reporter found the officers operating way beyond 10 p.m. One of the lower-level staff who preferred anonymity says that at night, officers keep busy looking into their documents. “The municipality is hot these days,” the staff said.
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