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VC Interacts With AR Staff to Enhance Service Delivery

VC Interacts With AR Staff to Enhance Service Delivery

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe on Friday, 10th May 2019 briefly interacted with staff from the Academic Registrar (AR)'s Department led by the Academic Registrar, Mr. Alfred Masikye Namoah. The interface was aimed at …

5th Mak Self-Assessment Advocates for Diversification

5th Mak Self-Assessment Advocates for Diversification

The Quality Assurance Directorate (QAD) on Thursday, 9th May 2019 held a breakfast meeting to update Members of the University Council and Management on the latest findings of the 5th Makerere University Self-Assessment exercise. Held …

Why Americans appear more likely to support Christian refugees

Why Americans appear more likely to support Christian refugees

An estimated 70 million people worldwide have been forcibly displaced, according to the United Nations. Every two seconds, someone in countries like Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Myanmar is being forced to leave their home. …

Bachelor of Laws Government Admission List 2019/2020

Bachelor of Laws Government Admission List 2019/2020

The Office of the Academic Registrar, Makerere University has released admission lists for students admitted to the Bachelor of Laws under Government Sponsorship for the Academic Year 2019/2020.

Please note that the list below contains …

Sudanese Drive Out al-Bashir, Say Islamist ‘Deep State’ Next

Sudanese Drive Out al-Bashir, Say Islamist ‘Deep State’ Next

CAIRO The Sudanese protesters who succeeded in driving President Omar al-Bashir from power say their revolution won't be complete until they have dismantled what many describe as an Islamist-dominated deep state that underpinned his 30-year …

Sudanese Drive Out al-Bashir, Say Islamist ‘Deep State’ Next

Sudanese Drive Out al-Bashir, Say Islamist ‘Deep State’ Next

CAIRO The Sudanese protesters who succeeded in driving President Omar al-Bashir from power say their revolution won't be complete until they have dismantled what many describe as an Islamist-dominated deep state that underpinned his 30-year …

Mak Holds Annual Suppliers’ Forum: Envisions Improved Service Delivery

Mak Holds Annual Suppliers’ Forum: Envisions Improved Service Delivery

On Thursday 2nd May 2019, Makerere University held the Suppliers' Forum aimed at fostering strong relationships with suppliers, improving procurement processes and service delivery.

Officially opening the Makerere University Suppliers' Forum, the Vice Chancellor Prof. …

Rage Over South Africa Corruption Turns Off Voters

Rage Over South Africa Corruption Turns Off Voters

JOHANNESBURG For many South African voters, the government's struggle with corruption � which in the past five years has provoked numerous inquiries, dominated headlines, and even forced out former President Jacob Zuma � isn't about …

AP Explains: Ruling Against Olympian Caster Semenya

AP Explains: Ruling Against Olympian Caster Semenya

GENEVA In one of the most ethically and scientifically challenging cases in modern sports law, two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya lost her appeal of a rule that requires women to medically reduce their natural levels …

Uganda: Detention of Bobi Wine is a shameless attempt to silence dissent

Uganda: Detention of Bobi Wine is a shameless attempt to silence dissent

Following the detention on remand of Ugandan opposition politician and musician Robert Kyagulanyi, commonly known as Bobi Wine, Amnesty International's Deputy Director for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes, Seif Magango said:

The …

Uganda: Detention of Bobi Wine is a shameless attempt to silence dissent

Uganda: Detention of Bobi Wine is a shameless attempt to silence dissent

Following the detention on remand of Ugandan opposition politician and musician Robert Kyagulanyi, commonly known as Bobi Wine, Amnesty International's Deputy Director for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes, Seif Magango said:

The …

Kenya police release photos of three most wanted terror suspects in the country

Kenya police release photos of three most wanted terror suspects in the country

NAIROBI, Kenya's National Police Service on Sunday released to the public photographs of the three most wanted terror suspects in the country..

In a statement sent through their twitter account, the National Police Service shared …

Sources: Sudan Military, Opposition Agree to Joint Council

Sources: Sudan Military, Opposition Agree to Joint Council

KHARTOUM, SUDAN Sudan's military rulers and opposition agreed in principle Saturday to the formation of a joint body to lead a transition from 30 years of autocratic rule by Omar al-Bashir, but not on the …