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19:37
19:37

Dumping Stinking Poultry, Piggery Waste Triggers Protests by Mukono Residents Drake Lubega 3 3

The Kimbuguma LCI Chairperson Ronald Kasule says about 200 residents staying close to the boundaries of Lubega’s land are affected. He notes they have appealed to him halt the process until digging deep pits to dump the rotten materials but he has turned on a deaf hear.
17:34
17:34

Private Labs Seek Refund for Expenses on COVID-19 Testing Space in Entebbe

The labs that include City Medicals, Case Medical Centre, and Medipal Hospital are each demanding a refund of USD 18,000 (65 million Shillings), from the hotel through its agent, Fremax Property Services and Management Ltd. The three laboratories allegedly paid a security deposit of USD 4,500 and USD 13,500 as rent for the months of September, October, and November 2021.
15:32
15:32

Minister Kasaija to Fast-Track NSSF Mid-Term Access Bill 3

NSSF Managing Director Richard Byarugaba says while the public debate is mainly on the mid-term access clauses, the Fund has a number of interests in the proposed law, which, he says will enhance its performance, and give new and better products to savers.
12:21
12:21

Heavy Rains Destroy Major Bridges Linking Gulu, Omoro torrential rains 3 2

Walter Tootika, the Omel Sub-County LC V councillor, says that the bridge section has remained flooded disrupting movements along Pageya-Kidere-Atoo Hill-Omel road consequently blocking residents from accessing social services.
11:13
11:13

Minister Kasaija Declares 12.15 Interest for NSSF Savers 2 1 Top story

Finance Minister Matia Kasaija attributed the increase to the good performance of the Fund throughout the year, despite a hard business environment. The 12.5 per cent interest will translate into a total of 1.52 trillion Shillings that the NSSF will deposit on the saver's accounts.
Sep 2021 5 results