Teachers in Uganda Threaten to Strike Over Pay Arrears
Teachers are threatening to down tools if they are not paid their salary arreas. The teachers union (UNATU) claims some teachers have not been paid for six months while others just received half salaries or their names are no longer in the payroll.
Teachers are threatening to go on strike if their delayed salaries are not paid. see more »
New Vision, 9 November 2012
About 300,000 public servants on the Government payroll have not been paid last month's salary. This follows the ongoing investigations into the ghost pensioners' scam in the... read more »
New Vision, 26 October 2012
The minimum pay for primary school teachers may soon be increased to sh500, 000 if the Government accepts a recommendation by the Ministry of Education.read more »
New Vision, 20 October 2012
Science teachers in universities and post-primary institutions will start getting their 30% salary increment next month, the Ministry of Public Service has announced.read more »
New Vision, 13 October 2012
The Government is estimated to have lost about sh400b under free primary and secondary education last year, due to shoddy construction works and absenteeism of pupils, teachers and... read more »
New Vision, 12 October 2012
Government is estimated to have lost about sh400bn under free primary and secondary education last year, due to shoddy constructions on top of absenteeism of pupils, teachers and... read more »
New Vision, 7 October 2012
The judicial probe of inquiry into the running of free education has recommended that sanctions be imposed against top officials in the Public Service and Local Government... read more »
Teachers have threatened to go on strike if they are not paid over six months arreas.