Werder Bremen’s Melvyn Lorenzen in doubt over Uganda commitment.

Werder Bremen’s Melvyn Lorenzen in doubt over Uganda commitment.

Werder Bremen’s Melvyn Lorenzen is undecided over commiting himself to Uganda according to media reports. The 21-year-old will not feature in Africa Cup of Nations qualification match when Botswana will take over Uganda Cranes on Saturday June 4, 2016. “Decision time [for Lorenzen] will be after the match against Botswana,” Uganda FA communications manager Ahmed […]

Prof. Baryamureeba speaks out on Prof. Madmdani and Dr.Stella Nyanzi’s conflicts at Makerere university

Prof. Baryamureeba speaks out on Prof. Madmdani and Dr.Stella Nyanzi’s conflicts at Makerere university

Following the conflicts at Makerere University Institute of Social Research (MISR) between Prof. Mahmood Mamdani, Executive Director MISR and Dr. Stella Nyazi that forced the latter to undress in protest when her office was locked, Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, the former Vice Chancellor of Makerere University narrates to us what he thinks is right and what ought to […]

How little we know about Uganda

How little we know about Uganda

BY ARINDA DAPHINE Uganda has a record of four constitutions since independence, and one of them was called the Pigeon Hole constitution. I was seated in class, part of about 50 other law students when the lecturer asked, “why was the 1966 constitution called the Pigeon Hole Constitution? One student explained that the Members of […]

Makerere University Guild Update on Tuition Payment

Makerere University Guild Update on Tuition Payment

Greetings colleagues, allow me behalf of Makerere university students’ guild leadership present to the general student’s fraternity on key issues in our University. • We have noted with utmost concern of the issue of the tuition payment. The guild acknowledges receipt of a reminder from office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Finance and Administration on the […]

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