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16:58
16:58

Continued Closure of DGF Hurting Ugandans - Swedish Envoy 1 4 Top story

Maria Håkansson said they are hopeful that the talks that they are currently involved in with the government will end up with the reopening of DGF. She was speaking at Sheraton Kampala Hotel during celebrations to mark The International Day of Democracy.
15:43
15:43

EU-IGAD Reactivate Border Committee to Ease COVID-19 Burden European Union (EU) 3 1

The 10-member committee Selected during a cross-border committee meeting held in Nimule Town Council on Thursday will have officials from the immigration, customs, security, local governments, the Ministry of Health as well as members of the business community from both Uganda and South Sudan.
15:40
15:40

Suspected Cattle Rustlers Kill LDU in Kaabong

Capt. Edrin Mawanda the UPDF 3rd Division Spokesperson says that the deceased said the deceased Lori Jimmy was killed by unknown rustlers 3 kilometres away from his detach in Kaabong.
12:27
12:27

SAGE Beneficiaries in Lira Die Before Receiving Stipend 6 2

Records from the Community Development Office show that 24 beneficiaries died before they received the money in the first phase of the program in June 2020.

Business and finance

21:18
21:18

National Coffee Act: Processors Face Jail, As Export Register Record Earnings

Section 53 of the Act gives a long list of offences which are punishable under the law, including operating an unregistered coffee nursery or seed garden and selling substandard or diseased planting materials. “Coffee is a beverage and should conform to required health/safety standards. The quality of coffee, machines used by the processors/brewers/baristas must not compromise the health of a consumer," says UCDA.
12:27
12:27

SAGE Beneficiaries in Lira Die Before Receiving Stipend 6 2

Records from the Community Development Office show that 24 beneficiaries died before they received the money in the first phase of the program in June 2020.
07:20
07:20

Delay to Disburse President's UGX 200b Relief Package is to Avoid Past Mistakes Covid 19 Relief 3

The relief package worth 200 billion Shillings was announced by President Yoweri Museveni about a month into the second COVID-19 induced lockdown, following an outcry that small scale enterprises would lose their livelihood as their businesses were shut.
18:53
18:53

Soybean Dealers Throng Omoro District 1 3

The dealers come from far as Lira City and Central Uganda in search of lucrative crops which is a major raw material for producing edible oil among other food products.

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