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Muhakanizi warns accounting officers over loan deductions

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  | The Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development is considering taking disciplinary action against accounting officers for alleged breach of guidelines on loan application by their respective civil servants. Several civil servants apply for multiple loans from various banks and other money lenders to …

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MUBS officials fail to account for UGX 9.9 billion extra expenses

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The management of Makerere University Business School-MUBS has failed to explain the source of 9.9 billion shillings that was spent over and above the institutions’ allocated budget. The University officials had appeared before Parliaments Public Accounts Committee yesterday to respond to queries raised by the …

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Buganda demands UGX 1.7 Billion from Mukono district

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  | Buganda Kingdom is demanding 1.7 billion shillings from Mukono district local government as arrears for occupying the institution’s buildings. In 2015, the district agreed with Buganda officials to exempt it from paying rent for the the buildings that had occupied, but only consider new …

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British firm halts printing Makerere University certificates over arrears

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  | An international security printing firm is reluctant to print Makerere University certificates for the 2019 graduates over arrears. Security printer Smith & Ouzman, a leading authority on security printing solutions and document fraud prevention based in a resort town East Bourne on England’s southeast …

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University staff demand arrears in January payment circular

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Staff at nine public universities in Uganda have asked the Ministry of Public Service to release a pay structure detailing a plan for their promised enhanced salaries. They say that the structure must include the outstanding salary enhancements balance of Sh29.5 billion which was never …

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