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Makerere Mourns Sarah Ntiro, East Africa’s First University Female Graduate

Makerere University and the education fraternity is mourning Dr Sarah Nyendwoha Ntiro, the first female university graduate in East and Central Africa. Ntiro was pronounced dead Monday evening as her family member took her to Mengo Hospital in Kampala. In 1954, Ntiro graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History. She

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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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Museveni Assures Secondary School Teachers on Pay Rise

President Yoweri Museveni has assured head teachers that the salaries of science teachers are to be increased with immediate effect while the remunerations of head teachers and their deputies would be slightly higher than what science teachers will get. He also revealed that in the coming years, salaries of arts

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Jackson Mucunguzi Replaced as Makerere Police Chief

Makerere University Chief Security Officer (CSO) SP. Jackson Japheth Mucunguzi has been replaced, The Tower Post reports. Mucunguzi, dubbed OB, for his relationship with Makerere students will be replaced by ACP Enock Abeine who is fresh from a course at the Command and Staff College in Bwebajja, Wakiso District. He served as

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Over 700 Pupils Participate in Roofings Medical Camp at St. Peters Nantabulirwa

Roofings Rolling Mills, the leading producer of quality steel and plastic building products in Uganda, last week conducted a free medical screening and treatment exercise at St Peter’s Primary School Nantabulirwa, Namanve, as a way to give back to the communities neighbouring their factory. The medical camp which took place on

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EADB Sends 5 More Teachers for Technology, Engineering Scholarship in U.S

The East African Development Bank (EADB) held two farewell events at the Serena Hotel, Nairobi and Kampala, for winners of this year’s education scholarships under the EADB/AAI STEM scholarship programme.  The winners of the prominent scholarship are: Mr. Edward Mureka, (Kenya), Mr. Barnabas Wafula, (Kenya), Mr. Denish Akuom (Kenya), Mr.

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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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