Three days into the nationwide teacher's strike, government has asked teachers to return to classes. State minister for Public Service, David Karubanga, has said government's priorities are completing energy infrastructure projects to address youth employment, among others.
We Have Other Priorities, Government Tells Striking Teachers
Monitor, 23 May 2019
The hopes of striking teachers to get salary increment were yesterday cast down after government told them it has bigger priorities to address other than enhancing salaries. Read more »
Uganda Airlines, Climate Change Affected Teacher Salaries - Govt
Observer, 22 May 2019
Three days into the nationwide teacher's strike, government has asked teachers to return to classes, saying there is no money. Today, Wednesday, the state minister for Public… Read more »
Teachers-Government Talks Fail, Fresh Meeting Set Today
Monitor, 22 May 2019
A meeting which was expected to take place yesterday between government and striking teachers did not take place as the latter had not been invited. Read more »
No Money for Teachers' Salary Raise - Government
Monitor, 21 May 2019
The Ministry of Public Service yesterday said there is no money for salary enhancement for the striking teachers who began their industrial action countrywide yesterday. Read more »
The Local Government and Public Service Committee has said that salary increases requires over U.S.$74 million which is neither reflected in the sector's policy statement nor ... Read more »
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