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Nov 2019 10 results
19:55
19:55

Minister Calls for Civility in Uganda-Rwanda Impasse philemon mateke 2 1

Mateke could not explain what the problem is between Uganda and Rwanda but told diplomats that Uganda would like to handle the issue in a civil way despite deaths and loss of trade for the country.
19:08
19:08

Uganda-Rwanda Border Closure Takes Toll on Silverfish Market MAAIF 5 1 Top story

The traders comprising of 40 women and 20 men operating under Kiyindi Women Fish Processors Association say that Rwanda offered the biggest market for silver fish from Kiyindi landing site, prior to the border closure.
18:42
18:42

Gov't to Compensate Depositors for Loss in SACCOs Ministry of Finance 4

Edward Bindhe, the Spokesperson Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority, said they are waiting for regulation from the Finance Ministry to operationalize the SACCO Savings Protection Fund.
15:15
15:15

Stanbic Bank Uganda awarded 2019 Employer of the year 1

Stanbic Bank Uganda’s Head of Human Capital Moses Mbubi while commenting on the awards thanked the federation for recognizing the Bank as the employer of the year.
14:59
14:59

Case Against UEDCL Fails to Take Off in Gulu Gulu High Court

In November, 76 affected persons from Angagura sub country in Aruu North Constituency in Pader District had sought temporary injunction to halt the construction of the 33 kilovolts (Kv) power line from Aswa Dam.
14:35
14:35

Agric tech entrepreneurs win government business with flagship project World Bank 1

Start-ups and innovators pitched for funding, business and support in front of a jury of experts at the Disruptive Agricultural Technology (DAT) Challenge and Conference at Speke Resort Munyoyo
11:10
11:10

Mixed Reactions As Gov't Rolls Out Another Initiative For Wealth Creation savings 1 5

Kasolo says that the initiative targets SACCOs formed in 18 categories Boda Boda riders, Women Enterprises, Carpenters, tailors, mechanics, performing artists and fishermen among other groups will form SACCOs to access the capital.
10:39
10:39

Masaka to Eliminate Hawkers as Struggle for Business Heightens Street Vendors 3 1 Top story

Vincent Zziwa Kasumba, the MDF Chairperson says traders are concerned by the increasing numbers of hawkers and street vendors with whom they compete for the same customers yet they pay trading licenses on top of other operational costs.
07:43
07:43

Pictorial: Illegal Charcoal Business Booming in Contested Apaa Township Gilbert Olanya 16 3 Top story

Our reporter saw many other charcoal camps scattered across the area. The illegal dealers told URN on Wednesday that they are from Eastern and Central Uganda and are buying each tree from the residents at Shillings 8,000 to burn for charcoal.
07:22
07:22

Population Experts Introduce New Investment Rule Book For Uganda 1 1

The new investment rule book which prioritizes human capital development is capable of propelling Uganda’s Per Capita Gross Domestic Product from US$ 1,066 (approximately 4 Million Shillings) in 2017 base year to US$ 9,523 (UGX 33.4 Million) by the year 2040 when it expects to incline into the Middle Income Status.
Nov 2019 10 results