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Feb 2021 6 results
19:31
19:31

Manufacturers of Hand Sanitizers Decry Substandard Products Hand sanitisers 3

Local manufactures have called on the government to limit the importation of sanitizers, saying the Ugandans are being out competed by the cheap imports.
19:16
19:16

Soroti Fruit Factory Sales Recover From Covid-19 Effect 2

Douglas Kakyuku Ndawula, the executive director said their sales had dropped to 89% when the country was put under total lock down as a result of Covid-19.
16:48
16:48

Committee Threatens to Block Sports Sector Budget Over Mandela Stadium 1 4

According to the Budget Committee Vice Chairperson Patrick Isiagi, Namboole must be government’s first priority in the Sports sector considering its dilapidated state and that there should be a clear plan to refurbish it to international standard.
08:40
08:40

Non-compliant Maize Millers to be Closed by June as Cancer Threat Looms -UNBS Grain millers 3

Contaminated maize is a big health hazard that most posho-eating Ugandans seems to be unaware of. In a meeting attended by over 50 millers, only two (Nakawuka Maize Millers and Kasawo Millers) had taken the requisite measures to acquired a distinctive mark for their flour with the rest still hanging onto excuses of Covid-19 effects, NEMA threatening to evict them and delayed construction of Nakawuka road.
07:52
07:52

5,654 SACCOs Yet to Receive Emyooga Funds Emyooga initiative 3

The Head of Credit and Investment at the Micro Finance Support Center Eboku Ejanu says, they submitted to the Ministry of Trade 3,500 application forms for SACCOs but only 700 have been cleared yet. He says they are yet to get answers from the Ministry why the process has been slow.
06:59
06:59

Formal Reopening of Bars, Performing Arts Sector Still Pending 2

The entertainment sector has remained closed since the initial lockdown imposed to forestall the outbreak of coronavirus disease. According to the government, the sector might be hard to control at a time when the country is facing a surge in COVID-19 infections.
Feb 2021 6 results