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  • President tells non teaching staff to resume work

    Leaders of the non teaching staff in public universities resolve to consult their general assemblies on whether to call off their industrial action following a meeting their held with the president over their salary increment. In a meeting held at state house attended by education ministers, a delegation of non


  • Govt tasked to explain Nakawa- Naguru estate delay

    The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga directs government to explain the delay in the proposed re-development of the Nakawa and Naguru estates. This after the leader of opposition in parliament Winnie Kiiza raised the matter in parliament. In 2007, government signed a 300 million dollars deal with the UK based


  • Govt condemns Makindye court protests

    Government says it has taken steps to prevent protests at Makindye Court when the Inspector General of police Gen Kale Kayihura is expected to appear to face charges of torture. Last week members of the public were mobilized to carry out a demonstration in support of Gen. Kayihura who was


  • IGG wants leadership code amended

    The Inspectorate of Government challenges parliament to amend the leadership code of act with a view of putting in place a leadership tribunal which will prosecute errant leaders. The inspectorate says that it’s not currently able to punish leaders who fail to declare their assets and liabilities as envisaged under


  • MUK students calls off strike

    Makerere university students to call off their planned demonstration over the delayed reopening of the university following a meeting with the minister of education and sports Janet Museveni who assured them that the university will reopen tomorrow. The students had threatened to carry out strike action over closure of the


  • Prosecution misplaces evidence Muslim clerics

    Prosecution handling the murder case of slain Muslim clerics tells the International Crimes Division of the High court, that it has misplaced evidence in respect to two suspects out of the 32 who were indicted for this case. Senior Principle State Attorney Lino  Anguzu informed pre-trial judge Duncan Gaswaga that