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Makerere University council orders fresh search for deputy vice-chancellor

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Makerere University Council has called for the search process for the substantive deputy vice-chancellor in charge of Finance and Administration. The decision of the council has already been communicated by the acting University secretary Yusuf Kiranda in his November 24 letter. “…the council decided …

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Mak Council blocks approval of Prof. Nakanjako’s Principal job

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Makerere University Council has deferred the approval of the appointment of Professor Damalie Nakanjako as the next Principal College of Health Sciences. Professor Nakanjako scored an average mark of 76.2% while her challenger, Professor Joloba scored 77.3% out of the agreed 60% pass mark. The …

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Mak council declines to halt 15 percent fees hike

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Makerere University Council has declined to halt a 15 percent cumulative increase on tuition fees. However, it halted the increment on functional fees. Functional fees include registration, examination, library, development, technology fees and contribution towards the research fund. Other fees forming part of …

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Mak council sustains MUASA reps to staff appeals tribunal

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Makerere University Council, the supreme organ of the institution, has upheld the nomination of two law dons to the university staff appeals tribunal. The two, Dr Phionah Muhwezi Mpanga, a Labour & Criminal Law Don and Associate Prof. Ronald Kakungulu-Mayambala, an administrative law expert had …

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Makerere University council quashes probe on suspended staff

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | An emergency meeting of the Makerere University Council, a supreme governing organ of the University has rejected the committees established to investigate matters arising out of staff suspensions over conflict of interest. The meeting directed that the probe committees halt their operations and hand over …

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