No more meals in Halls, Varsity officials

Students will from August 2014 academic year start outsourcing meals from the outside catering services such as restaurants, the University Council has announced. According to a February 7th communiqué from the Dean’s office, no student will be getting meals from the halls. “As communicated to you at the end of last semester, the university is in the process of divesting itself from catering services to students. This will start at the beginning of semester one 2104 i.e.

NSSF Advises Students on Saving Culture

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has today April 18, 2016 officially opened the 4th Career expo with a call to university students to have a culture of saving if they are to live a better future.

Speaking at the expo that took place in the univeristy main hall, Barbara Aimi the head of marketing and communications at NSSF, said: "Students are at an advantage with NSSF cards as the employers are helped to ensure the employees savings status."

El Nino Rains Frustrate Katanga Residents

The rains that started early morning today at around 06:00am left most of the residents in Katanga frustrated and “cursing the day they were born.” Traders, buyers, hawkers and many others were affected.

Katanga is one of the biggest slum areas in Kampala. It is located between Wandegeya and Mulago Hospital. The rains have continued to affect every business based in the slum area.

The heavy rain also paralyzed transport means as the murram road connecting the Bombo road to Mulago road was cut off by heavy running water and mud.

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