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In Sunday Vision:Makerere students protest delay to Open University

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Added 14th August 2016 06:39 AM

Makerere University students’ leaders have protested a move by the university management to indefinitely postpone the start of the first semester

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Makerere University students’ leaders have protested a move by the university management to indefinitely postpone the start of the first semester

Makerere students protest delay to Open University

 

By Umaru Kashaka and Cecilia Okoth

Makerere University students’ leaders have protested a move by the university management to indefinitely postpone the start of the first semester. Jotham Burobuto, the acting guild president, yesterday wondered why Makerere University remained closed when other public universities had opened.

And in the spot light

 

UCC bosses blow over sh 10b on foreign trips, legal fees

 

BY CHRIS KIWAWULO

The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) is under the spotlight after details emerged showing that the commission spent over sh10.3b on suspicious travels abroad and colossal legal fees. Documents seen by Sunday Vision show that legal fees amounting to over sh7.3b were paid to Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA) between January 2012 and December 2015,

 

UNRA arrests over 100 motorists 

 

By Samuel Balagadde

A total of 82 motorists were arrested on Thursday and over 20 on Friday afternoon over different traffic offences on the Kampala-Masaka highway under the ongoing Operation Fika Salama. The operation is being conducted by Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) and the traffic Police

 

In Innovations

 

Gulu girls create app for Boda boda safety

BY JEFF ANDREW LULE

The bodaboda transport service in Uganda experiences a high rate of criminal activity. According to the 2014 crime report, Uganda Police investigated 214 cases of aggravated robbery of motorcycles with the highest number being within Kampala. Bodaboda passengers also get robbed, beaten and even killed. Clearly, the need for safety for both passengers and riders is great.

 

In sunday Extra

 

 

And In sports

 

Chekwell loses  count in record breaking

It was a final that oscillated between sharply contrasting extremes for new women’s 10,000m star Ayana Almaz and Uganda’s Juliet Chekwel. While Almaz shattered the world record, Chekwel briefly seemed to have also set a new national record

only to be rudely awakened to the fact that she had actually run a lap less.\

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https://vpg.visiongroup.co.ug/flippaper/personal/

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