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PHOTOS: MUBS Students’ Hostel Catches Fire

A hostel in the Makerere University Business School (MUBS) Nakawa has Monday caught fire, destroying students’ property. Sources inside the University have identified the hostel as Baheesi hostel which is situated near Bugolobi side. Although the cause of the fire hasn’t been identified yet, preliminary reports say that the fire started from

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MAK Administrator Kisuze Charged With Attempted Rape, Remanded to Luzira

Suspended Makerere University senior administrative officer Edward Kisuze has been charged with attempted rape and indecent assault by Buganda Road chief magistrate James Mawanda Eremye. Kisuze is accused of sexually assaulting Njoroge Racheal, a Kenyan student who had gone to verify her transcript at the University. He was photographed by the

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FULL LIST: Makerere Law Pre-Entry Exams 2018-2019 Results Released

The Makerere University Academic Registrar has released the results for the Bachelor of Laws Pre-Entry Examination 2018-2019 sat on Saturday, 14th April 2018. Candidates who scored 50% and above passed the examination. Those interested in admission to the Bachelor of Laws on Government Sponsorship must have indicated (applied for) Bachelor of Laws

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Makerere University Bursar Resigns

Makerere University bursar Augustine Tamale has resigned about two years since he took up the job. Tamale has written to management informing them of his decision to quit his job. On April 20, 2018, Tamale submitted his notice of resignation to Human Resource Director Andrew Abunyang. "The purpose of this letter is to

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Makerere Gives in to Pressure from Students, Suspends Fees Increment Plan

Makerere University management has suspended a plan to increase fees in four colleges. The suspension comes after students insisted that management reverses the move or else they continue with the strike they started on Monday. Earlier, students disrupted a seven-hour meeting between management and guild representatives. Vice Chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has now

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VIDEO: Makerere Students Disrupt Nawangwe–Guild Leaders’ Closed Door Meeting

Makerere University students have Wednesday afternoon interrupted a meeting between students leaders and the administration meant to resolve strikes at the institution. The meeting followed a 2-day strike which had led to the arrest of the Guild President. The students were protesting what they called  “unfair policies” being taken up by the University

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Vice Chancellor Nawangwe, Students Guild Leaders Hold Closed Door Meeting

Following two days of bloody strikes at Uganda’s premier University, Makerere administrators have held a closed door meeting with students’ leaders in a bid to come up with a solution and restore calm to the institution. In the meeting where Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe and Guild President Papa Were were

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Makerere VC Nawangwe Breaks Silence on Sexually Harassed Student’s Case

The Vice Chancellor of Makerere University Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe has praised Racheal Njeri Njeroge for the courage she bore to expose the University administrator who reportedly assaulted her. Njoroge, a Kenyan student at the University on Tuesday shared her picture showing the accused administrator Edward Kisuze kissing her thighs in an

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MAK Administrator Suspended Over Sexually Assaulting Student

Mr Kisuze Edward is an Assistant Senior Administrator in the Academic Registrar at Makerere Universiy has been suspended for sexually assaulting a female student recently. Kisuze is accused of sexually assaulting Njoroge Racheal, a Kenyan student who had gone to verify her transcript at the University. Njoroge told Police in a statement that

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UCU Finishes Second Best African University in Global Law Moot Contest

Uganda Christian University emerged the second best African university in the just concluded 2018 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition that test a law student’s comprehension of principles of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law among Universities globally. The Church of Uganda founded University also secured a

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