Relief for Depositors as Govt Set to Review Closing of Distressed Banks

[East African] Customers of commercial banks could soon be spared the distress of having their money locked up in failed institutions following measures by the deposit insurance agency to have weak institutions sold instead of being placed under manage…

[East African] Customers of commercial banks could soon be spared the distress of having their money locked up in failed institutions following measures by the deposit insurance agency to have weak institutions sold instead of being placed under management.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Doctors Cannot Be Sacked Like Nut Fixers

[Observer] President Museveni is a very condescending man. At times, he treats citizens like a herd of cattle receiving whistling commands to move to where the master desires.

[Observer] President Museveni is a very condescending man. At times, he treats citizens like a herd of cattle receiving whistling commands to move to where the master desires.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Big Test for Vipers

[Observer] Vipers SC’s credentials to challenge for the league title face a real test tomorrow when they visit defending champions KCCA FC at Lugogo.

[Observer] Vipers SC's credentials to challenge for the league title face a real test tomorrow when they visit defending champions KCCA FC at Lugogo.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Theft Case Set for Hearing On Nov 28

[Daily News] HEARING of a criminal case facing 11 Arusha and Dar es Salaam-based prominent business persons, who are accused of conspiracy, forgery and theft of 1,057,850.64 US dollars (2,376,461,462.76/-) starts on November 28.

[Daily News] HEARING of a criminal case facing 11 Arusha and Dar es Salaam-based prominent business persons, who are accused of conspiracy, forgery and theft of 1,057,850.64 US dollars (2,376,461,462.76/-) starts on November 28.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Museveni Launches University Aces

[Observer] For years, the World Bank has been supporting basic education instead of university learning, following a proposal that it was important to the third world.

[Observer] For years, the World Bank has been supporting basic education instead of university learning, following a proposal that it was important to the third world.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Can an Economy On Strike Resolve Strikes in Civil Service?

[Monitor] It is often said only God reaps where He did not sow. Otherwise, one has to be a thief. The ongoing strikes or industrial action by groups of civil servants, were actually preceded by industries taking such action. The growth rate of industry…

[Monitor] It is often said only God reaps where He did not sow. Otherwise, one has to be a thief. The ongoing strikes or industrial action by groups of civil servants, were actually preceded by industries taking such action. The growth rate of industry, when considered at the constant prices of 2009/10, declined from 11.3 per cent in 2010/11 to 3.3 per cent in 2016/17.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Outdated Education Is Causing Poverty, Unemployment’

[Monitor] Education experts have attributed the growing poverty and joblessness in the country to the outdated educational curriculum which is preparing Ugandans for none existent jobs.

[Monitor] Education experts have attributed the growing poverty and joblessness in the country to the outdated educational curriculum which is preparing Ugandans for none existent jobs.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda