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Jul 2021 7 results
19:20
19:20

Govt Collections Increased, But Short of Target - URA Revenue collections 2 1

In real terms, this reflects a growth in revenue of Ushs2.511 trillion, while the Tax to GDP ratio grew by 1% to 12.99%. However, this performance means the URA did not hit the target set by the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to collect Ushs 21.638 trillion.
19:01
19:01

Farmers in Nwoya Struggle to Protect Gardens from Stray Elephants 2 1

John Michael Acire, a farmer in Tangi Village disclosed that together with his households they have now decided to sleep in the garden and endure the colds of the nights to drive away from the elephants from further destruction on their farmlands.
18:44
18:44

3,000 Miss COVID-19 Relief Cash in Lira City 5

Tom Richard Okello, the Lira City Community Development Officer says that the 3,000 people could not be registered because their names were entered into the system after it had reached its maximum allocated number. According to Okello, Lira City was given a target of only 9,565 beneficiaries.
15:50
15:50

Cattle Thefts Rock Districts Despite Curfew, FMD Quarantine Restrictions 3 1

In Nakasongola and Luwero districts, at least 96 heads of cattle have been stolen during curfew since it was revised in June this year. In Lyantonde 67 animals in Lyantonde, 54 and 40 thefts were registered in Lango and Sebie sub-regions respectively in June.
11:20
11:20

Gulu University Gets UGX 3.7Bn Support to Speed Up COVDI-19 Cure Research COVILYCE cure 1 1

On Monday the University’s Faculty of Bio-technology and Pharmaceutical Studies (PharmBiotec) headed by Dr Alice Venronica Lamwaka revealed it had made significant strides in the discovery of a Covid-19 cure dubbed COVILYCE and that it needed financial backing for large scale production of the herbal concoction.
08:27
08:27

How Gov't Plans to Support Industrialization With Tax

The Uganda Revenue Authority says some taxes are prohibitive, or are meant to reduce the reliance of the country on some products, especially the imported ones, so that local products are supported.
07:55
07:55

Lockdown Hits Kasese Salt Business Katwe Salt Mining 1 3 Top story

Catherine Mbahimba, the principal town Clerk Katwe Kabatooro town council, says the delivery of services in the town council is likely to be affected because of low revenue collections. She says they were collecting fees from each motorcycle and vehicle transporting salt, which has reduced due to the inter-district travel restrictions.
Jul 2021 7 results