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Next Financial Year’s Sports Budget Already Approved – Janet Museveni Tells Off NCS

The Minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni has told National Council of Sports (NCS) that the sports budget for next financial year has already been approved. The budget for next financial year suffered a cut of Sh402bn, with NCS to receive Sh17bn instead of Sh25bn. It is understood that...
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Nasser Sserunjogi: National Teams Should Be Financed By Government

Federation of Uganda Basketball Association President Nasser Sserunjogi says that national teams activities "should be sponsored by government." Sserunjogi who made the remarks while appearing on NBS TV's The Score on Sunday, believes that the move will give the teams confidence which leads to competitive advantage. Sserunjogi said: "While federations...
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Coronavirus: UPL Initial Return Date Void

The 2019/20 Uganda Premier League season will NOT return on May 5 as initially set because of the spread of Covid19 pandemic. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has on Tuesday announced an extension of the country's lockdown for a period of 21 days. "Government has decided to keep the lockdown for...
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Coronavirus: Government Bans Sports Gatherings

Coronavirus: Uganda government has put a ban on sports gatherings The government of Uganda has banned sports gatherings in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019. No victim of the disease has been registered in Uganda but at least 8,758 people have died worldwide, mostly in...
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Government Advised Not To Investigate Magogo

Ministry of Education and Sports has been advised not to investigate embattled and suspended FUFA president Moses Magogo over the alleged sale of Uganda’s tickets for the 2014 Fifa World Cup. The Ministry, led by Janat Kataha Museveni, had requested advice from Ministry of Justice on a legal opinon on...
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