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Tayebwa directs NCHE to declassify expired courses’ as under review

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa directed National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) to declassify ‘expired’ courses as “under review”. Tayebwa’s directive came after media reports on ‘expired’ academic programmes. At least 1,470 programmes have expired over the last five years, according to statistics obtained from the …

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39 Private Security Companies suspended

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Inspector General of Police Martins Okoth Ochola has halted the operating licenses for thirty-nine Private Security Companies (PSO) for failure to fulfil the necessary conditions for license renewal last year (2022) as per Regulation 14(d) of the Police (Control of Private Security Organisations) Regulations …

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On the road to opportunity

How national roads empower Uganda’s labour force through experiential learning and training COMMENT | ANGELA NDAGANO | It’s 1 pm, and the Kampala Flyover Project construction site buzzes with activity. The air is filled with the sounds of clanging metal and thumping machinery. Workers in safety gear move about quickly and …

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Utilising digital resilience

Digital tools can empower women leaders in Uganda to tackle online harassment and advocate better COMMENT | TRICIA GLORIA NABAYE | According to the 2021 Amplified Abuse Report by, Women leaders in Uganda face a rising concern of online abuse and harassment. The report reveals that women political leaders in …

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