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UNEB To Withhold Results Of School Fees Defaulters


The Uganda National Examinations Board ( UNEB ) has warned parents against refusal to pay school fees for students in candidate classes, after clearing the UNEB registration fees. Check Also: Medical Students Drag Health Minister To Court Over Internship “The Board does not encourage the impunity if parents not paying school fees. So, the practice of candidates claiming a right to ...

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Byanyima Awarded With Honorary Degree – University Of Manchester

Winnie Byanyima

Ms Winnie Byanyima, the executive director of Oxfam International is today (October 19) set to be awarded an honorary degree by University of Manchester as part of its Foundation Day celebrations. Check Also: Why Besigye’s wife Winnie calls Museveni a Wonderful Man According to the university’s official website, Ms Byanyima, who is also an alumna of the University, will use the ...

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No money for LC1 elections in 2016. Kiggundu claims

Kiggundu rejected

The Electoral Commission (EC) has stopped the process of organising Uganda’s Local Council (LC1) and 2 elections until they get full funding. check also: Children Sacrificed To Bring Luck In Elections The chairman of the commission Badru Kiggundu while meeting members on Parliament’s Legal Committee today, said that the commission has decided to halt the exercise due to lack of funds. Kiggundu ...

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Uganda Army Abolishes Bars And Shops Within Barracks

Uganda Army to close shops and bars in barracks

The Uganda Army (UPDF) has ordered shops, bars and other businesses out of all barracks in the country in a bid to curb growing incidents of shooting where many people have been killed by drunken soldiers. Check also: Uganda To Set Up Mental Health Facility For Soldiers The directive was issued by the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF), Gen Katumba ...

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URA: Uganda Government To Tax Social Media User

URA to intro social media tax

Mobile data users have finally been hunted down by Uganda Revenue Authority ( URA ) in a move to tax internet users in the country.[9] Check Also:  Ugandan Government Shuts Down Social Media URA officials argue that there has been a heavy drop in excise tax fetched from voice calls in the current statics as mobile phones users have resorted ...

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