Daily Archives: January 5, 2022

Stanbic Bank to write-off accumulated interest on loans owed by indebted Private Schools in Uganda

Dr Kendrace Turyagenda, Director of Education Standards in the Ministry of Education speaks at the press conference as Stanbic CE Anne Juuk looks on (PHOTO /Courtesy) KAMPALA—Stanbic Bank Uganda has on Wednesday, January, 2022 announced the immediate availability of UGX60billion in hugely discounted ‘booster financing’ to the education sector a move aimed at supporting the ongoing nationwide reopening… Read More »

Uganda School Reopening How to pay school fees using MTN MoMo

Students of Apeulai PEAS High School in Amuria District (PHOTO /File) It is only a matter of days until the anticipated reopening of schools. This follows the presidential address on New Year’s Eve, where he announced that schools would be reopening in January, but also emphasized the need to adhere to SOPs to avoid a surge in Covid-19… Read More »

Uganda Govt-aided Schools Hike Fees than Private Schools

Education Minister Janet Museveni (PHOTO /File) KAMPALA — The Ministry of Education has broken silence on the frosty simmering relations with school managers—threatening regulatory sanctions especially against private schools for hiking fees ahead of school reopening next week but details show that government aided schools are actually charging highly than the private schools. Tension is already simmering between… Read More »