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Makerere University to tag salary to work attendance

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Makerere University Appointments Board will tag the salary of staff to the number of days they work. Yusuf Kiranda, the University Secretary says that the policy is aimed at curbing absenteeism of both academic and support staff. According to records, the university employs more than …

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Museveni reiterates government commitment to increase doctor’s salary

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has met leaders of the Uganda Medical Association over the ongoing sit-down strike demanding for better working conditions. In a statement issued by the Presidential Press Unit, Museveni reiterated his government’s commitment to salary enhancement for medical practitioners and scientists in …

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Pay MPs Shs 250,000 a month to prevent struggles to get elected

Moroto, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Church of Uganda Bishop of North Karamoja Diocese, Rt. Rev James Nasak has proposed a reduction of the MPs monthly package to 250,000 shillings to help stop people from fighting and dying to enter Parliament. According to the bishop, most people have taken politics …

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Teachers threaten to strike as schools reopen

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Several teaching and non-teaching staff in different public education institutions are using school re-opening to remind the government about their unresolved salary demands and are threatening to stage strikes over these. Before the closure of schools, there were different groups of staff in public education …

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MUBS former staff fail to refund UGX 820 million

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Seven former staff of Makerere University Business School (MUBS) have failed to refund 820.2 million shillings given to them as salary while on study leave. The staff upon completion of their studies abroad flouted the staff development bonding agreement with the university. According to …

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