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Media Round Table – 20 October, 2017

Analysing this week's major stories.

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Etemu mu Masaka

Assessing the Kenyan Elections

The opposition rejects the Kenya elections results

Up & About: Schools Reopen for the Start of the Academic...

Schools Reopen for the Start of the Academic Year

Quick Check on the Old Taxi Park

Quick Check on the Old Taxi Park

Nurses and Midwives Threaten to Strike in 7 Days to Strike

Bukenya Paul ( General Secretary Uganda Nurses and Midwives Union): The agenda which was raised by UMA was right but we couldn't join the...

Morning Activity in Katanga

Ways of living in Kampala slum.

KACITA Reacts to Traders in Support of Age Limit Removal

KACITA on age limit removal

Makerere University Deadlock (Dr Spire Ssentongo)

Dr Spire Ssentongo: "Only language government seems to hear is strikes. After Makerere University, we might see more strikes in other public institutions"

Rwanda Elections Set for this Week

Rwanda Elections Set for this Week

Did You Register Your Sim Card?

Did You Register Your Sim Card?

Early Morning Activity at Ggaba Landing Site

Early Morning Activity at Ggaba Landing Site.

MUASA Chairperson Dr Muhammad Kiggundu on Ongoing Pause of Evening Classes...

Dr Kiggundu Muhammad: Lecturers resolved that until there is a consensus in regards to payment of incentives, no evening classes. An employer has to...

Baine Frank on State of Prisons in the Country

Frank Baine, Uganda Prisons spokesperson, says prisoners who are hired to work on farms are each paid less than UGX500 per day

Up & About: Tracking KCCA Promises on Infrastructure

Tracking KCCA Promises on Infrastructure

Lukwago-Kamya Bicker over Vendors

What is your take in the current stand off in the city

Update on Rukungiri Age Limit Fracas

Rukungiri Age Limit Fracas

An Insight of Post Independence Urban Planning by Samson Kasumba

"Urban planning has gone to the dogs that's if it still exists. That is why places like Kiwatule are the way they're"

Uhuru Declared Winner, What Next for Kenya? (Dr. Gerald Karyeija)

"The illegitimacy is in the body and not the process. It's an electoral quagmire".
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