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This iconic event, known for its delectable barbecue spread and lakeside picnic setting, has been a mainstay in Uganda’s music scene for the past eight years.

In a groundbreaking initiative, Victoria University has collaborated with Arturo Islas Allende, a global conservationist and influential media figure, to launch the Arturo Islas Allende Environment and Conservation Centre. The primary objective of this new establishment is to generate and disseminate cutting-edge knowledge, with a focus on integrating conservation education across all academic disciplines. Acknowledging [...]
Victoria University has today Launched Career Readiness and Employment Program The University Study to work placemats is Local and international starting with United Kingdom,Uganda and Germany 🇬🇧 🇺🇬 🇩🇪 Vice Chancellor Victoria University Dr Lawrence Muganga says the opportunity starts with Hospitality and IT Graduates in Germany and Nurses & Midwives in UK Victoria University [...]
The Makerere University Council is today holding a crisis meeting on the heels of suspended fatal guild elections. Lorna Magara, Chairperson of the Council, announced in the wee hours of today morning that the guild elections that were to be held today had been indefinitely suspended over chaotic scenes that left Uganda Christian University law [...]
Vice Chancllor Victoria University Dr Lawrence Munganga and senior management team have met Speaker of Parliament Anita Among to discuss new ways of improving the Country’s Education. Follow up meetings and consultations will be done and decisions will be announced to the Nation. Both believe and agree that learning should be technology-driven and Higher Education [...]
Secondary Science Teachers under the Uganda Professional Science Teachers' Union will lay down their tools at the beginning of the next school term. In a letter addressed to the Ministry of Education and that of Public Service, the teachers accused the government of failing to increase the salaries of science teachers and improving their working [...]
Seventy-seven percent of the teachers in private schools didn’t return after the shutdown. This is according to a new survey by the Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC). Rehema Kahunde, a researcher at the Makerere University-Based centre says that they did a survey in 22 districts, a month after the school reopening. During the study, they [...]
Teachers in different schools are struggling to come up with the content to prepare for learners with just a few days to re-opening. Teachers are expected to prepare schemes of work before every beginning of the term, detailing the content from the syllabus that will be taught. However, this year is special given the fact [...]
Makerere University staff have embraced the ongoing headcount exercise which was authorized by the Appointments Board. Dr. Davis Malowa Ndanyi, the Director Human Resource says the staff head count is required to implement a new salary payment method that should have taken effect last year. According to the new payment method, staff will be paid [...]
An international non-governmental organization is set to give out 100,000 shillings to each eligible private school teacher in primary and secondary schools. GiveDirectly is an organization that focuses on poverty alleviation and humanitarian relief via livelihood cash transfers. According to the ministry of gender the cash relief program will support 300,000 teachers across the country- [...]

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