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Delayed release of funds stalls Namboole renovation works

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The proposed renovation of Mandela National Stadium, Namboole has stalled due to the delayed release of funds by the government, management has revealed. Mandela National stadium has not hosted any international competition for almost two years since it was banned by the world soccer governing …

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Sports sector budget allocation to increase to UGX25Billion

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The State Minister for Education and Sports Hamson Obua has said that Cabinet has agreed to increase the budget of the sports sub-sector from 10 Billion to 25 Billion Shillings. Obua revealed this on Wednesday during a virtual meeting with heads of sports federations and …

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Govt faulted on failed construction on Akii-Bua and Buhinga stadium

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Legislators on the Committee on Education were left in shock after they discovered that a US$113 million grant from the Chinese government for construction of Buhinga and Akii-Bua stadia has not been utilized. The MPs were disturbed to learn that the Ministries of Education and Sports,  …

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We have secured UGX 30Bn for Namboole renovation – Obua

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Ministry of Education and Sports has secured Shillings 30 billion for the renovation of Mandela National stadium, Namboole. This comes after the World football governing body FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) banned the stadium from hosting international games. The State Minister for …

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UNEB rules out special exams for U20 national team players

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | There will be no special consideration for athletes who missed the Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE exams while representing the country, the Education and Sports Ministry has revealed. Several candidates on the Hippos Under-20 and Cubs Under-17 national teams missed their UCE exams while representing Uganda at …

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