Should The Government Regulate High Transport Fares?

Should The Government Regulate High Transport Fares?

Following the Presidential announcement in June 2020 to ease restrictions on Public transport, Busses and commuter taxis were allowed to operate again after 2 months of Lock down, following the SOPs as set by the Ministry of Health Due to social distancing measure, transporters were required to carry half passenger capacity. This led to transport […]

COVID19: Private Universities Lecturers Need UGX 25 Billion Relief

COVID19: Private Universities Lecturers Need UGX 25 Billion Relief

Just months after government issued out 5 billion Uganda shillings to teachers’ Saccos as relief to those affected by COVID19 pandemic, private universities lecturers have also come out to seek aid from government. However much teachers still claim they have not yet been able to put a finger on the relief money, the academic universities’ […]

Christian University (UCU) Needy Students’ Scheme Receive UGsh 80 Million from President Museveni

Christian University (UCU) Needy Students’ Scheme Receive UGsh 80 Million from President Museveni

The Uganda Christian University (UCU) students’ needy scheme was founded by the guild president, Timothy Kadaga to help students faced with a challenge in raising the tuition and other scholastic material. The scheme organized a marathon to help raise more funds and the speaker of parliament, Hon. Rebecca Kadaga was the chief runner. While at […]

Sacked Makerere Lecturers to Refund Salaries, Says Nawangwe

Sacked Makerere Lecturers to Refund Salaries, Says Nawangwe

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe has said all 45 Lecturers who were recently sacked from the University are to refund the salaries. In a press conference at the University, Prof. Nawangwe said the lecturers had not delivered and therefore no cause for a pay.  “All those staff that we continued paying our money and […]