Teachers in Uganda Threaten to Down Tools Over 'Poor Salaries'
A Uganda National Teachers' Association official has said that an agreement between the Public Service Union and the goverment on teacher salary increases, had not been signed by all government representatives present at the bargaining council meeting. The union is now giving the government a 90-day ultimatum to sign the collective bargaining agreement, or they will go on strike.
Bridge International Academies Kasokoso teacher Miriam Nambya attends to nursery kids in class November 7.
Monitor, 5 March 2019
Teachers have given government three months to sign the collective bargaining agreement to enhance their salaries or else they go on strike. Read more »
Monitor, 1 March 2018
Workers have given the government up to the end of April to sort out their salary demands, or they will go on industrial action. The demand comes after the government said there… Read more »