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Jul 2021 5 results
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18:10

UNBS Scraps Audit, Surveillance Fees For Q-Mark to Ease Product Certification

Sylvia Kirabo, the Head of Public Relations at UNBS says that with effect from 1st July 2021 the certification and surveillance audits on Enterprises seeking to acquire the Quality Mark (Q-Mark) are free of charge.
18:06
18:06

How Ramathan Ggoobi Has Diagnosed Uganda’s Problems 3 1

In his writings over the years and regular appearance in print and broadcast media respectively, Ggoobi has divulged his philosophical thoughts and diagnosis of Uganda’s economic problems. On numerous occasions, he has argued that Uganda’s number one problem is poor implementation policies, strategies and laws.
10:38
10:38

Dev't Equalization Grant Beneficiaries in Otuke Reject Poor Quality Goats 3 1

In the last financial year, Otuke District Local Government signed an agreement with Alfonse Line Ltd to deliver 62 goats valued at 150,000 Shillings each.
10:10
10:10

Persistent Power Outages Irk Lamwo Residents 4

The aggrieved power consumers, mainly residents of Palabek Kal, Lamwo, Padibe and Madi Opei town councils and other major trading centres note that the unplanned power blackouts have lasted for over four months now.
06:55
06:55

Banks Squeeze Cheques Out of Use

Currently, for a cheque to be handled by the clearinghouse, it must not exceed 20 million Shillings if it is a Uganda Shilling cheque, or it's equivalent if the cheque is in another currency. This value limit has now been reduced by half, and these changes will take effect July 17, 2022, when the clearinghouse will no longer accept to handle checks of value beyond 10 million Shillings.
Jul 2021 5 results