Buddo SS Set to Celebrate Silver Jubillee

Its 8:40am on a sunny Monday and I'm stationed at the main gate of Buddo Secondary School. I'm welcomed by the gate's catchy artistic writings: "Welcome to Buddo SS; The struggle continues".

After entering the gate, and checked by a smiling askari who also asks me to sign in the visitors book, something looks new. When I left this school two years back, I didn't leave this magnificent building, but I head straight to the Headmaster's office, Lawrence Muwonge, a Peter pan.

Campaign to Regulate Bodabodas Trending

The hash tag for an online campaign that was launched by Makerere students has today topped Twitter's list of trending tags.

Dubbed #RegulateBodabodas, the campaign is aimed at pressurising government to regulate motorcycles involved in the transport sector, and has mainly been run on one of the world's famous social networking site, Twitter.

Directive to Pay Prisoners For Work They Do Draws Mixed Reactions

Last Friday, the Commissioner General of Prisons, Dr Johnson Byabashaija said that all prisoners providing labour to both private and government projects must be paid in hard cash.

While presiding over the ninth Annual General Meeting of the Uganda Prisons Savings and Credit Cooperative Society at Luzira prison, Dr Byabashaija said that prisoners are not slaves to offer free labour even through they are in prison.