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Makerere politics

By Pearl Natamba The ugly training ground for future leaders is not about to change Makerere University Students Guild elections are a big, boisterous, binge that often overflows onto the streets of Kampala city. Friday March 9 was typical. The winner of this year’s race, Ivan Kata, had just been …

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Makerere’s murky fight

By Mubatsi Asinja Habati Uncertainty over Baryamureeba’s vice chancellor job taints the university Between 2001 and 2005, Venansius Baryamureeba’s name was synonymous with the bright future of Uganda’s oldest university, Makerere, in Kampala. He was the smart young head of the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology. When he took …

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Hope and scepticism as Makerere becomes collegiate university

By Rukiya Makuma In July this year, Makerere University will be officially operating as a collegiate university. A collegiate university is a university in which governing authority and functions are divided between a central administration and a number of constituent colleges. Previously run around 110 departments, 21 academic units, Makerere will now operate under eight …

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