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.

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Teachers have threatened to go on strike if they are not paid over six months arreas.

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