Here are some of the stories you will find in Thursday’s Daily Monitor:
Ø Equal opportunities Commission has released a report showing salary disparities within govt’s known old-age civil service and the recently created “new” public service. Read about the differences in pay within the same government establishment. Find out who earns what?
Ø The fallen education icon Lawrence Mukiibi requiem mass was held yesterday. Find out why white was the dominant colour during the requiem mass.
Ø All is not well at the City Hall. Kampala minister Beti Kamya has rejected KCCA council resolutions which were passed where they resolved to suspend the budgetary process until the minister explains the cuts to the council budget. Find out why they want to sue her.
Ø In Regional extra, more than 60,000 refugees in Kamwenge District are scrambling for limited resources which has led to the scramble for the scarce resources in the district. Find out what they doing to survive.
Commended for her community service: We bring you the story of Agnes Igoye, who had a moment of glory last week when one of the world’s most influential people, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, recognized her role in the fight against human trafficking.
Ø Money in relationships:
Ø Read about how to avoid conflicts when you save as a couple
Ø We review the 2nd generation Mazda CX9 and our mechanic answers all your questions about cars.