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Added 9th June 2008 03:00 AM

Centre gets ICSA licence
KAMPALA
The International Law Institute in Kololo has been accredited as a registered tuition provider for the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA). This makes it the only accredited institute in Uganda to offer the ICSA course. The accreditat

Centre gets ICSA licence
KAMPALA
The International Law Institute in Kololo has been accredited as a registered tuition provider for the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA). This makes it the only accredited institute in Uganda to offer the ICSA course. The accreditation was announced by ICSA chief executive Roger Dickinson. He said the company was started in 1902 and operates in 72 countries worldwide. The law institute offers continuing post-professional education and research facilities for lawyers, finance officials and other professionals from numerous countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

4 schools closed
Masaka
Municipality education officials have closed four primary schools for lack of necessary requirements. The inspector of schools, Beatrice Nalongo, listed the schools as New Standard, God is Able, Gracious and Central Infant primary schools, all located in Mukudde zone in Nyendo-Sennyange division. “These schools lack latrines, trained teachers and have no compounds,” Nalongo said, adding that they were not licensed by the education ministry.

Teacher electrocuted
KAMPALA
Afuwa Kannyange, a teacher at Uphill College, Mbuya, has been electrocuted. According to her mother, Alice Namaalwa, Kannyange was mopping the house on Saturday when she was electrocuted. “I had just talked to my daughter on phone when her maid came running 15 minutes later to inform me of the death,” Namaalwa, who lives in the neighbouring zone, said. She was buried yesterday in Buloba, Wakiso district.

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