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In Today's New Vision, May 18, 2016

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Added 18th May 2016 07:22 AM

The government will sack all over-qualified university staff. This follows repeated strikes by staff and students alike.

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The government will sack all over-qualified university staff. This follows repeated strikes by staff and students alike.

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· The government will sack all over-qualified university staff. This follows repeated strikes by staff and students alike.

But how is qualification connected to strikes? Find out the Government’s argument, and how many employees will be affected.  
 
New MPs continue to swear-in. We bring you highlights in Parliament and an interesting pictorial. Do not miss your copy of  the New Vision.

·MPs list their priorities in the 10th Parliament. Do not miss to know what your MPs intend to focus on in the New Vision.

·First it was a bug in western Uganda, now two more pests have been identified as threatening Uganda’s eucalyptus trees. We have the most affected areas and what the Government has advised eucalyptus farmers to do.

·Six armed robbers have been arrested in Kampala. We bring you their list of atrocities, where they were arrested, how they were tracked and their pictures.

 

·National housing to spend sh93b to build houses in Kampala city. Find out how many houses will be built, where and what class of people are likely to occupy them.
 
Kasangati court has issued a warrant for Dr. Kizza Besigye to be produced in court to answer a series of charges. We have details of the charges on top of the treason charges preferred against him.

·The government has been sued for failing to arrest Sudanese president Omar el Bashir. But who is this person or

organization who is taking the government to court? We give you what happened in a similar case in South Africa and what chances the petitioner has of winning such a case?

·Wafula Oguttu refuses to be grilled by the Police over treason charges. New Vision brings you what happened and why

Oguttu stood his ground. Find out what will happen next.

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