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Uganda marks pro Bono day

The republic of Uganda has marked the pro bono day. Because of the national cerebrations, the court cases that were meant to be heard today were suspended as the Acting Chief Registrar, Henry Adonyo explains. The members of the legal fraternity in partnership with the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and the Democratic Governance […]

Intensive Language course offers scholarship in Germany

Intensive Language Course in Germany Scholarships: DAAD offers grants to graduate students at North American universities to attend 8-week intensive language courses at leading institutes in Germany. The scholarship of €1,300 includes tuition, accommodations (arranged by the host institute), and a cash allowance for meals and incidental expenses in full or in part, depending on […]

Fellowships in public Health &Tropical Medicine for low and middle income countries

Fellowships in Public Health & Tropical Medicine support outstanding researchers from low- and middle–income countries to establish themselves as leading investigators at an academic institution in a low- and middle–income country location. Research projects should be aimed at understanding and controlling diseases (either human or animal) of relevance to local, national or global health. Fellowship […]

Kampala Capital City Authority to register garbage collection providers

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in a bid to streamline and put in place performance standards for all garbage collection service providers is to register all people and companies dealing in garbage collection. We hear that any person or company dealing in garbage must cough one million shillings to get registered. The KCCA director, Jenifer […]

Kayihura explains why police blocked walk to work campaigns

The inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura has explained to our informers why the police blocked the walk to work demonstrations that was planned to start on Monday October 17th this year. Kayihura says that the organisers of walk to work campaigns (A4C) in the first case did not comply with the 1995 Constitution […]

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