Government Warns Schools On Night Teaching

[Monitor] Kampala -Education officials have expressed worry over the safety of students who are released late after class hours and have asked schools to stop violating the ministry’s timetable.

[Monitor] Kampala -Education officials have expressed worry over the safety of students who are released late after class hours and have asked schools to stop violating the ministry's timetable.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Museveni Went Against Promise He Made to Me 30 Years Ago

[Monitor] My name is Ssalongo Ibrahim Luliika from Mugoggo village, Luweero District. I was born in 1943 and started my education in Budee Primary School in Butambala before moving on to Nabagereka Primary from where I completed my primary education.

[Monitor] My name is Ssalongo Ibrahim Luliika from Mugoggo village, Luweero District. I was born in 1943 and started my education in Budee Primary School in Butambala before moving on to Nabagereka Primary from where I completed my primary education.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Nambooze’s Bid to Recall House Over Besigye Might Suffer Stillbirth

[Monitor] With Parliament on a month-long recess, Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze toyed with the idea of recalling MPs to discuss the political situation in the country, with particular focus on the police’s handing of Opposition leader Dr Kizza …

[Monitor] With Parliament on a month-long recess, Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze toyed with the idea of recalling MPs to discuss the political situation in the country, with particular focus on the police's handing of Opposition leader Dr Kizza Besigye.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How to Get Crane Bank Out of the Trenches Without Recourse to the Fiscus

[Monitor] Last week, Bank of Uganda invoked its powers under sections 87(3), 88(1)(a) and (b) of the Financial Institutions Act (FIA), 2004 (as emended in 2016) and placed Crane Bank Uganda Limited, under statutory management. Much of the commentary ha…

[Monitor] Last week, Bank of Uganda invoked its powers under sections 87(3), 88(1)(a) and (b) of the Financial Institutions Act (FIA), 2004 (as emended in 2016) and placed Crane Bank Uganda Limited, under statutory management. Much of the commentary has focused on the problems rather than the solutions. I would like to make a contribution on the side of possible solutions by examining a practical and realistic rescue plan that can be implemented to "breathe new life" into Crane Bank and restore it to normal business

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Crane Becomes Second Bank to Fall

[Nation] The Bank of Uganda has taken management control of Crane Bank because it lacked sufficient capital and posed a systemic risk to the financial system, the central bank said last Thursday.

[Nation] The Bank of Uganda has taken management control of Crane Bank because it lacked sufficient capital and posed a systemic risk to the financial system, the central bank said last Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda