This comes after internal evaluation and assessment that indicated that the college was risking offering low-quality training which could contravene National Council of Higher Education guidelines.
Ms Edigold Monday, the only Ugandan woman to have risen to the position of a managing director (MD) of a top pan-African bank has resigned after serving the banking industry for about two decades.
The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) has said a second audit process of recoverable oil expenditures is ongoing and a report will be tabled soon in Parliament for discussion. The audit in works covers among others, oil fields-Blocks 1 and 3 A (operated by Tullow) for the years 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Upon conducting a Twitter search on Idi Amin recently, I was amazed to come across a fight between Britain and itself. There were raging tweets against a British Asian lady, Yasmine Alhibai-Brown, a former Ugandan Asian. The tweets were vulgar, disturbingly furious and complete with Internet links to old news stories relevant to whatever accusations the persons were inferring on her.
The government of Uganda has been praised for introducing Universal Primary Education in 1997, aimed at providing education for all children of school-going age access to education and real prospects to complete the primary education cycle, meaning education for all. It is important to note that ‘education for all’ is not a Ugandan initiative.
The Internal Security Organisation (ISO) director for Marines, Maj Herbert Muramagi, has been ‘secretly’ released on bail pending trial over alleged unprofessional conduct.
Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG), a collection of civil society organisations in Uganda, have urged government to increase the fight against corruption if the proposed 2014/15 proposed budget allocations are to benefit the rural poor.
Kampala Capital City Authority will transfer up to 60 head teachers and 3,000 teachers in an ongoing exercise that officials say seeks to weed out non-existent employees.
A Zimbabwean court has fined seven Ugandans accused of entering the country illegally.
Government officials will begin going to homes to teach parents how to bring up their children if Cabinet approves a new policy proposed by the Gender and Social Development ministry.