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Bishop Ntagali asks clergy to plan for retirement

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Right Rev. Stanley Ntagali, has challenged the clergy to work hard for their retirement. Ntagali was speaking at the requiem service for the former Bishop of Busoga Diocese, the late Rt. Rev. Cyprian Bamwoze at St. Paul’s Cathedral, …

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Zimbabwe unveils generous Mugabe retirement package

Harare, Zimbabwe | AFP |  Zimbabwe’s ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday. Mugabe will also be entitled to at least 20 staffers including six personal security …

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Ministry of gender retires eight officers

Kampala, Uganda | FRANK MUGABI | The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development took advantage of its end of year party to also accord its retiring officers a warm and affectionate send off. The event was held on Tuesday December 5, 2017 at the Nomo gallery in Kampala. A total …

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COMMENT: Uganda’s dilemma

COMMENT | By Amos Wekesa | After reading The Daily Monitor yesterday and seeing Justice Stephen Kavuma back, I told a business friend of mine that we urgently need to form a task force that will educate Ugandan politicians, civil servant basics of investment while one can. If we don’t do …

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NOTU opposes Kasaija move to liberalize pension sector

  Finance Minister Matia Kasaija will soon convene a stakeholders meeting to deliberate on the latest disagreements over liberalizing the pension sector. The disagreements follow the re-tabling of the Uganda Retirement benefits sector liberalization bill 2011 before parliament seeking to end the monopoly of NSSF and allow private players join …

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Uganda pension assets up 25%

Pension sector assets topped Shs 6.5 trillion in 2015, a new report by the Uganda Retirements Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA) has shown. URBRA CEO David Nyakundi told journalists that the increase in the assets was attributed to the improving quality of governance in both public and private schemes in the …

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