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Dfcu Bank Contributes Towards Nakivubo Blue Primary School Refurbishment

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Program, dfcu Bank has made a contribution of UGX 75 million towards the refurbishment of a three-classroom block at Nakivubo Blue Primary School.The school is currently managed by the Kampala Capital City Authority and has over 1,000 students from the surrounding Owino Market

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Stella Nyanzi: I have Given Up on Sanitary Pads Campaign, I Don’t Care Anymore

Controversial Makerere University researcher and activist Dr Stella Nyanzi has spoken out on her recent silence. Dr Stella Nyanzi, who spent 33 days at Luzira Prison over offensive communication and cyber harassment charges, said she stopped caring. Dr Nyanzi first made headlines when she stripped naked in protest of her ‘unfair dismissal’

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LDC Pre-Entry Exam Results 2017/2018 Released: 55% Fail

The Law Development Centre (LDC) 2017/2018 Bar Course Pre-Entry Examination results have been released by the law council. 1812 students sat the pre-entry exams on 1st August this year but according to the just released results, only 840 passed (representing 45% of the total number) while the rest of the (55%)

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FULL LIST: Makerere, MUBS Private Admission List 2017-2018 Released

Makerere University and Makerere University Business School (MUBS) have released a full list of students admitted on private sponsorship for the academic year 2017-2018. See the list here: Copy-of-private-admission-list-2017-2018-Final

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PHOTOS: 3 Injured As Police Disperses Striking Old Kampala SS Students

At least 3 have been injured as Police tried to disperse striking students of Old Kampala SS on Friday morning (July 14). Police fired live bullets to disperse the students who were striking over the “unfair” transfer of their head teacher. According to the students, their head teacher Ms Aziida Nsubuga was

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6 Makerere Female Students Pin Lecturer for Sleeping with them in Exchange for Marks

A report on the vice of sex for marks at Makerere University reveals damning confessions of how a lecturer abused his students by trapping them in his office. A probe committee into the issue interviewed eight female students. At least six of these interviewees have pinned their lecturer of sleeping or

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Sex for Marks will be History in my Term of Office – New Mak VC Nawangwe

Incoming Makerere University vice chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has vowed to decisively deal with the issue of sex for marks. Sex for marks is a vice where lecturers award marks to students in exchange for sex. Common among male lecturers and female students, the practice has cast haunting shadows on the university's

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Makerere VC Race: Prof Ddumba-Ssentamu Congratulates Nawangwe as Baryamureeba Spits Fire

Outgoing Makerere University vice chancellor John Ddumba-Ssentamu has congratulated his deputy Prof Barnabas Nawangwe on his win as the most probable candidate to replace him. On Thursday, University Council forwarded to chancellor Ezra Suruma names of deputy vice chancellor for finance and administration Prof Nawangwe and that of ex-vice chancellor and

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Journalism Student Killed in Car Accident

A cloud of grief is hovering over UMCAT School of Journalism following the sudden death of their student Christine Nalumansi on Thursday evening. Nalumansi was knocked dead by a speeding car inside school premises at the institution’s Mbale coordinating centre where a cultural gala was ongoing. According to UMCAT Public Relations Officer, Emmanuel

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