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16:23
16:23

Put Side Hustle to Test Before Quitting Your Job, Employees Advised 3 2

This advice comes when it is trendy for employees to have side hustles, making Uganda one of the most entrepreneurial countries. However, many lack a step-by-step approach to transitioning from job to business, hence courting a big risk.
11:32
11:32

National Census: Explaining the Figures, the Methods Used WBG

At least 10 million people were not yet born while another, almost 10 million were less than 10 years when the last Uganda National Population and Housing Census was conducted, in 2014.
09:32
09:32

Delayed Supply of 16 Motorcycles For LCs Irks Yumbe Leaders Yumbe District 2 1 Top story

According to Asiku, the then Yumbe Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Innocent Asaba, made a complete payment to the Nile Fishing Company without supplying any motorcycles to the district, contrary to procurement guidelines.
13:00
13:00

Uganda Tourism Board to Register and License All Tourism Enterprises Hotel Africana 2 1

Lilly Anjarova, the Executive Director of the Uganda Tourism Board, emphasized the importance of this exercise while addressing officers from the tourism police at Hotel Africana in Kampala.
08:11
08:11

Alupo Urges Private Sector Investment in Eastern Region's Heritage Sites tourism 1 2

Speaking at the International Museums Day celebration in Soroti City, Alupo highlighted the government’s efforts to create an enabling legal framework for private investment via the Museums and Monuments Act 2023. She also noted the government’s commitment to tourism infrastructure development, including access roads to these sites.
08:02
08:02

Entebbe Free Trade Zone Nears Completion, Promising Significant Economic Benefits Lake Victoria 2

The Entebbe facility is designed to promote export-led investment by offering duty exemptions, making Uganda's exports more competitive in international markets.
17:10
17:10

Explainer: The Role Of Nuclear Power In The Energy Transition Renewable Energy 1 Top story

Proponents argue that because nuclear energy does not require burning fossil fuels, it does not directly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change — which has led some to say that it could make the energy transition more feasible.
06:27
06:27

URA Impounds Smuggled Cooking Oil in Kampala 2

The truck and the cargo were declared to customs as destined for the Democratic Republic of the Congo but illegally diverted to Nalukolongo in disguise of parking, according to URA.
14:08
14:08

International Community Meets to Discuss the Future of Nuclear Security 1 Top story

The conference under the theme “Shaping the Future” will focus on how to further strengthen global nuclear security and address challenges related to new risks, threats, and emerging technologies.
16:39
16:39

The Feminists On A Mission To Grow Birding In Uganda birding enthusiasts 7 Top story

Men shaped the culture of birding and still dominate it, but that could soon change. It is a major milestone that Judith Mirembe’s Association has inspired women in Uganda Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania.
15:50
15:50

Why Appointment of New UNBS Head Seems Controversial 2

The documents from the assessment show that Muyambi Fortunate Benda scored 79.9 percent, while Segawa Apollo had 79.25 and Nkamwesiga 63.12 percent.
11:18
11:18

Sharp Declines In Critical Mineral Prices Mask Risks of Future Energy Supply critical minerals 2

Prices for key minerals used in clean energy technologies dropped in 2023, but new IEA analysis shows need for greater and more diversified investment to support efforts to reach energy and climate goals.
10:28
10:28

271 Investor Cases Reported On State House Investor Portal 2 2

Land fraud cases were followed by soliciting of bribes, unnecessary delays and bureaucracy, financial (loan) related matters, mediation and arbitration issues, extortion, impersonation, and taxation-related complaints. The portal, which translates to more than ten languages both local and foreign, according to Nakalema, says it is a game-changer for Uganda’s investment environment.
06:29
06:29

Jinja City to Demolish Kiosks in Service Lanes

The decision follows complaints from residents who petitioned the city's leadership.
19:50
19:50

Global Economic Outlook Optimistic, Vulnerabilities Remain-UN Report Warns 2

Persistently high interest rates, debt sustainability challenges, continuing geopolitical tensions, and increasing extreme weather events pose significant downside risks
12:56
12:56

Census Exercise Kicks off Five Days Later in Kitanga Parish 1 1

The nationwide exercise that started on Friday, May 10, was planned to last for 10 days. However, in Kitanga, it never started until Tuesday afternoon because the parish name could not be captured in the system.
09:35
09:35

Nutritious Meals Still Elude Ugandans Despite Rich Agricultural Landscape 1

Dr Christiane Rudert, UNICEF's Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Nutrition Advisor says that despite the importance of maintaining a balanced diet for overall health and well-being, a substantial number of Ugandans struggle to afford meals that meet their nutritional needs.
19:20
19:20

$2.2 Billion Mobilized For Clean Cooking Access in Africa 1

International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol said the Summit has delivered an emphatic commitment to an issue that has been ignored by too many people, for too long.
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