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37 miss UPDF entry over Hepatitis B infection

In Summary The group that had passed all the other subjected tests had their progress cut short on Thursday evening by the infectious illness of the liver caused by the hepatitis B virus At least 37 applicants that turned up for recruitment into the army have been turned away for testing positive with Hepatitis B. 12:01 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Why NRA men hate Mbabazi

The Observer - Why NRA men hate Mbabazi. 01:37 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

FDC’s Kizza Besigye kicked out of Masaka NGOs workshop

The Observer - FDC’s Kizza Besigye kicked out of Masaka NGOs workshop. 01:35 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

Museveni speaks on Brig Muhoozi

The Observer - Museveni speaks on Brig Muhoozi. 01:32 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

NRM promises to pay ‘friendly’ journalists

The Observer - NRM promises to pay ‘friendly’ journalists. 01:27 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

What has Amama Mbabazi done for Kanungu district?

The Observer - What has Amama Mbabazi done for Kanungu district?. 01:10 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

Improving the lives of people with disabilities

Binasali Kyebagada, a volunteer shows a closed circuit television which helps expand the size of text. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Promote tree planting as an economic activity for people living in hilly areas

In Summary I know a young lady who worked for that airline. She had just got married and had a baby and she liked her job. She looked forward to a happy life and suddenly someone rendered her unemployed and messed up her life. There are some actions that become illustrative of finality without that having been the intention of the authors of those actions. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

SMEs to benefit from new incubation centre

From left: Mr Sebowa, Curad project Investigator, Prof Samuel Kyamanywa and Mr Segawa exchange MOU documents a in Kampala recently. PHOTO BY ABUBAKER LUBOOWA  In Summary CURAD hopes to spend Shs350 million to put in place the processing equipment in the first phase, in preparation to start incubation by end of next year. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Forget genetic engineering; let’s embrace ecological farming

In Summary Instead, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are deliberate attempts to “corporatise” our food system. It is also no secret that the promotion and drive towards GE crops is in the interest – and lines the pockets – of just a few corporations around the world who control the varieties of seeds available to farmers. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

UPDF recruits 86 in Mukono zone

The Observer - UPDF recruits 86 in Mukono zone. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

Wine tasting 101

Guests at last year’s South African Wine Festival and Tasting try out the different wines. FILE PHOTO By Christine W. WanjalaPosted  Friday, October 24  2014 at  01:00 In Summary Wine tasting. These two words seem so ordinary till you see people, who are well acquainted with what it really means, at it. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Pay structures encourage retention

After working for 15 years, Moses decided to surprise his boss with a separation message. He was calling it quits for better offers elsewhere. Shocked at the news that Moses was leaving the company that he had served so well, his boss tried to convince him otherwise. He promised to double his monthly pay but Moses quit anyway. Moses is an example of many employees who quit their jobs almost every day in search of better paying ones. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Ask your life insurance adviser

Dear sir, what is Bancassurance and why don’t we have it in our Banks in Uganda? Bancassurance is an alliance between Banks and Insurance companies to sell insurance policies by gaining access to the bank’s clientele. It increases the insurer’s sales without growing their agency force while for banks it provides added revenues. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Letshego boosts worst performing PLE schools

Letshego CEO, Mr Kitakule presents text books to Ms Mbaguta (C) and headteachers of some of the 2013’s worst PLE performing schools. PHOTO BY ABUBAKER LUBOOWA  In Summary Helping hand. Letshego, a leading short - medium term financier, donated 5,200 textbooks to 21 schools from several districts across the country. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

Groom talent from within - CEOS advise

Mentoring in preparation for a smooth leadership transition is paramount for every organisation. PHOTO BY ABUBAKER LUBOOWA  In Summary Guidance. Company heads say succession plan is fundamental because then the baton is passed on to a person who understands the organisation so well. ” Sound leadership is the heartbeat of any organisation. 01:00 24.10.2014 from channel Monitor Online

MPs sitting on alcohol laws

The Observer - MPs sitting on alcohol laws. 00:58 24.10.2014 from channel The Observer

 

 

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