Kabugo Wary of Bright Stars ‘Physical’ Attacking Force

[Monitor] Kampala -South Sudan may not have the attacking power akin to Uganda Cranes’ triumvirate of Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Derrick Nsibambi and Milton Karisa but have an enviable physical presence upfront.

[Monitor] Kampala -South Sudan may not have the attacking power akin to Uganda Cranes' triumvirate of Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Derrick Nsibambi and Milton Karisa but have an enviable physical presence upfront.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Ajmal’s Trainee Raheel Revels in Maiden Ton

[Monitor] Kampala -Muhammad Raheel Sanwar became the third centurion of the Jazz Safari National League after he scored a ton of 107 runs to help KICC beat Patidar Samaj by 296 runs at Kyambogo Oval on Sunday.

[Monitor] Kampala -Muhammad Raheel Sanwar became the third centurion of the Jazz Safari National League after he scored a ton of 107 runs to help KICC beat Patidar Samaj by 296 runs at Kyambogo Oval on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Embrace Early Childhood Development Education

[Monitor] Recently, Daily Monitor moved around a few primary and pre-primary schools. The aim was to establish what learning materials the schools used to implement the 2007 early childhood development education (ECDE) policy by the Education ministry.

[Monitor] Recently, Daily Monitor moved around a few primary and pre-primary schools. The aim was to establish what learning materials the schools used to implement the 2007 early childhood development education (ECDE) policy by the Education ministry.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

African Rulers and Their Choice of Death Abroad

[Monitor] Dear Tingasiga: Uganda’s current rulers spend millions of public dollars on their healthcare abroad, complete with comfortable digs for their bajanjabi (attendants) and pocket money for a little shopping before returning home. President Yower…

[Monitor] Dear Tingasiga: Uganda's current rulers spend millions of public dollars on their healthcare abroad, complete with comfortable digs for their bajanjabi (attendants) and pocket money for a little shopping before returning home. President Yoweri Museveni puts the figure at $75 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Hope Through Vocational Training

[Monitor] Eighteen-year-old Deborah Moriba arrived at Ufua I Refugee Camp in Arua District in October last year. The mother to a five-year-old child was escaping war from her village in Goja, South Sudan.

[Monitor] Eighteen-year-old Deborah Moriba arrived at Ufua I Refugee Camp in Arua District in October last year. The mother to a five-year-old child was escaping war from her village in Goja, South Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ministry Ban On Early Classes Still Ignored

[Monitor] In March, Education minister Janet Museveni ordered schools to stop opening as early as 6am and not close as late as 8pm. Almost a year on, the status quo remains, largely due to low commitment from relevant authorities and the parents adaman…

[Monitor] In March, Education minister Janet Museveni ordered schools to stop opening as early as 6am and not close as late as 8pm. Almost a year on, the status quo remains, largely due to low commitment from relevant authorities and the parents adamancy to adapt to the new guidelines.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda