The Head of Public Service and Secretary to Cabinet, viagra http://communityvet.net/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form.php John Mitala has advised and warned all civil servants hoping to join the race for the various elective positions next year, what is ed http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_k2/helpers/utilities.php to follow the provisions of the law and file their resignation within the required time.
Addressing the press at the Uganda Media Center in Kampala ahead of the Africa Public Service Day celebrated every June 23, Mitala said it is not a crime for civil servants to join politics but those who wish to, should follow the right procedures.
“The law is very clear on this and ever since the country started running a multi-party system, a civil servant must resign six months before they get involved in active politics,” Mitala emphasized.
He thus called upon all public servants and the general public to join in the celebrations to mark the Africa Public Service Day at Kololo ceremonial grounds tomorrow.
The day will be marked under the theme; “The role of Public service in women empowerment, innovation and accessible service delivery”.
Mitala said that with women taking up 30 percent of the management positions in the mainstream public service organizations and the wave of innovations in the delivery of public goods and services witnessed to date, he has no doubt that country is indeed moving in tandem with the year’s theme.
Mitala remarked that the Africa Public Service Day celebrations aim at among others creating avenues for the exchange of experiences, innovations, ideas and good practices in governance and public administration.
“The celebrations are also aimed at enhancing professionalism and motivating public servants to promote innovation in the public service.”
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The tournament has now been shifted to Botswana. Namibia media claim that the Namibia Sport Commission (NSC) pulled the plug on Namibia’s hosting of the African Netball Championships, remedy citing inadequate preparation by Netball Namibia and the national team.
The countries expected to take part in this year’s tourney include Malawi, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Kenya, Swaziland, Tanzania and South Africa. Uganda will use the tournament as preparations for the World Cup in Australia later in the year.
“We had four good games in the Diamond Challenge Cup in South Africa and need to use the few days to correct certain things before traveling to Botswana,” Mr. Fred Mugerwa, the She Cranes head coach told South African media.