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19:01
19:01

Bunyoro Youth Trained to Tap Into Oil and Gas Opportunities youths 5 1

The youth are being trained in financial management, risk management, project management, sales and customer care service and managerial skills among others.
14:57
14:57

Cassava Farmers Threatens to Set Starch Factory Ablaze

In 2017, Busoba Sub County donated 3 hectares of land to Yoogi Company, a private firm to construct a starch factory. The company asked farmers to plant cassava in large quantities to feed the plant.
14:37
14:37

Minister Assures Ugandans on Standard Gauge Railway Project exim bank china 2

The Minister of Works and Transport Monica Azuba has said that Government of Uganda is committed to constructing the standard gauge railway whether Kenya plays its part or not.
11:21
11:21

Poor Road Infrastructure Affecting Business Operations in Kabarole fort portal 1

Fred Kakyomya Kalinda, the operations Director Rusekere Growers Tea Factory Limited, says the factory is almost shutting down due to the poor state of the road.
11:06
11:06

Money Lenders Should Charge Bank Interest Rates - Biliku 1 3

Avu Elly Biliku, in an interview with Uganda Radio Network, says the microfinance law stipulates that money lenders and non-deposit-taking MFIs should not set very high interest rates.
10:59
10:59

Ntungamo Leaders Concerned Over Unlicensed Money Lenders 2

The Money lenders reportedly make their clients to sign sale of land agreements upon receiving small amounts of money and at times refuse to receive the refunds and instead target the property used as collateral.
10:47
10:47

Amuru Parish NRM Chairperson On the Run over UGX 2.8 Million

Doreen Anyeko, the chairperson of Rwot Omiyo VSLA group says Bongomin has since gone on the run over the money. She says the group which saved 200 Million shillings in 2018 requires the money to distribute to 72 members of the group.
10:20
10:20

Cotton Farmers Decry Infiltration of Fake Bank Notes unscrupulous 2

James Rwothongeyo, the West Nile Regional Manager Cotton Development Organization-CDO advises farmers to desist from selling their harvest to mobile buyers because of the proliferation of the counterfeit currency and fake weighing scales.
06:58
06:58

Minister Akiror Finally Records Statement michael odongo

According to Odongo, it was hard for police to proceed with investigations into the allegations labeled against the suspects without the ministers statement.
Jan 2019 9 results