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Parliament Approves UGX 900bn for South Sudan Compensation juba crisis 1

Parliament has approved the payment of 947 billion shillings ($252m) for the payment of 82 Ugandan companies that supplied goods and services in South Sudan.
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Committee Suggests Ex-gratia Payment for Traders with no Proof of Supply to S. Sudan south sudan

The proposal is contained in the report of the committee which has been scrutinizing the payment of 41 billion Shillings to 10 Ugandan companies. The committee was set up after a government request for parliamentary approval to clear a debt of 151 billion Shillings owed to Ugandan traders and companies by the South Sudan government.
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South Sudan Doubts Credibility of Ugandan Suppliers juba crisis 2 1

The Ugandan Ambassador to South Sudan Ronnie Balya has told Ugandan MPs that the Government of South Sudan wants to pay Ugandan suppliers but doubts their credibility.
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Gov't to Send List of Traders to South Sudan for Verification ugandan traders 2 1

Government has said it will send a harmonized list of all Ugandan claimants for verification by South Sudan Government.
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Trader Challenges Removal from South Sudan Compensation list south sudan crisis 1 3

A South Sudan supplier wants Members of Parliament to Investigate how his company Gash Logistics Kampala was kicked out of compensation at the last moment.
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Farmers Get Digital Weapon against Fall Army-worm sugar cane 1 1 Top story

Thanks to Nuru, a new mobile app launched by the Food and Agriculture Organisation FAO, identifying a Fall Army-worm infestation is as simple as holding a mobile phone next to a sick plant. The App will detect and immediately confirm if Fall Army-worm has caused the damage.
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Parliament Committee Endorses Payment to Traders in South Sudan

The traders supplied goods and services to the South Sudan government between 2008 and 2010 but were not paid due to the outbreak of conflict in December 2013. The traders then petitioned the ministries of Finance, Trade and State House seeking governments intervention to save their business.
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Uganda Losing Billions Due to South Sudan Clashes 1

Ely Twineyo Kamugisha, the Executive Director Uganda Export Promotions Board, says that figures compiled by the board show that there is a drastic drop in trade between the two countries, since war broke out on July 8th.
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EALA Members: Admission of South Sudan Offers Oportunity for Uganda 1

A group of Ugandan legislators led by Chris Opoka told journalists this afternoon that Ugandan businessmen operating in South Sudan have been facing problem that were difficult to address given the fact that South Sudan wasnt part of the EAC block.
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Ugandan Traders: Business is slow in Juba south sudan 1

Nyanzi says despite the fact that war is still ongoing he realized that he could make some money since people who are still stuck in Juba were in need of food.
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Ugandan Businessman "Arrests" Sudanese Tormentor at Arua Park juba violence

Jamal Kennedy Rikora was apprehended by his victim Said Asega after he sighted him driving through Arua Park on Monday afternoon.
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Ugandans Fleeing Juba Violence Arrive in Lamwo District riek machar 2 1 Top story

Ocaya Charles, the LC3 chairperson of Lamwo Town Council says his office has received 5 returning families who were doing business in South Sudan as others returned unrecorded.
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