TOP

A glimpse inside today’s New Vision

By Admin

Added 9th August 2016 07:45 AM

One of the stories today is of university staff being asked to end their strike.

Janetmusevni 703x422

One of the stories today is of university staff being asked to end their strike.

PIC: From left, finance minister Matia Kasaija, state minister for higher education John Chrysestom Muyingo  and education minister Janet Museveni during a meeting with the non-teaching staff of all public universities in Uganda at the President's Office in Kampala on Monday. (Credit: Abou Kisige)

UNIVERSITY STRIKE

Janet Museveni has asked the university staff to end their strike, with a promise to pay their arrears.  Today's New Vision has details on when the First Lady will fulfill her promise and how much the workers are demanding. Find out if the workers have accepted to go back to work or not.

MUSEVENI IN CHAD

 

Although it is a third-world country like Uganda, Chad has something to offer Uganda, and this has forced President Museveni to visit the country. We have the full information on why the President is in Chad, apart from attending Idris Deby’s inauguration as president. Do not miss your copy.

POLL PETITIONS

MPs battling election petitions have some breathing space after the Judiciary said it cannot set a deadline for disposing of the cases. The petitions and the appeals are in hundreds. We have the figures of those which have been concluded, those pending and other details you should not miss.

FOREST LAND

 
The National Forestry Authority has recovered over 60,000ha of forest land from encroachers in the central region. But this time, it was not through force. Find out how the forestry authority has managed to remove so many people from such a huge tract of land and how it plans to recover another 150,000ha.

BANK FRAUD

Find out how much Equity Bank has lost to fraudsters. The bank boss himself speaks out on the huge loss and how it happened. Do not miss his testimony in court.

YOUTH COOPERATIVES

 

The government has decided to fund youth cooperatives. Find out how much the government will invest in the cooperatives. But where are these youth cooperatives, how many are they, how do you form one or join one? Get a copy of the New Vision to know it all.

RAINSTORMS

In Busoga, rainstorms have killed two people and destroyed over 30 houses in Mayuge and Luuka districts.

CLICK HERE to read the New Vision paper online

More From The Author

Related articles