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18:36
18:36

Mbarara City Security Committee Bans Illegal Stages 7 1

James Mwesigye, the Resident City Commissioner Mbarara says that Taxi and Bus Operators had started to load passengers from the non-gazetted areas which puts them at risk of being attacked by unknown people.
16:55
16:55

Mbarara City Authorities to Delay Allocation of Space to Vendors in New Market 3 1

Robert Mugabe Kakyebezi, Mbarara City Mayor says as the central market nears completion they have written to the Ministry of local government to guide on how the allocation should be done.
12:58
12:58

Mbarara Traders Ask Parliament for UGX1.5Bilion for their Burnt Timber 3 3

48 traders have now signed a letter and presented their financial losses mounting to 1.5 billion shillings to the Speaker of Parliament through their area Members of Parliament asking for both financial assistance and Tax arrears waiver. They do not however state what their Insurers are saying about compensating them.
12:08
12:08

Mbarara City Council Approves Relocation of Traders 5 1

The council argues that the vendors were disrupting business in the city and had also depleted the green belts in the town. The affected traders include timber dealers, welders, mechanics, street vendors that have been operating along Victor Bwana road, Akiiki Nyabongo road, Aharibiri along Mbarara Masaka road among others.
12:22
12:22

PPDA Freezes of Mbarara City North Division Bank Account 2 3

Behagana, says that the order arises from a court case filed by one of the applicants who were among the bidders who applied to be consultant supervisor for the contract with Multiplex Company to construct roads in Mbarara City.
07:58
07:58

Mbarara City Council to Prosecute Over 200 Owners Of Illegal Structures 4 1

According to Mugisha, they have given the owners of the stalls and kiosks two months to remove or else face forceful eviction.
16:42
16:42

Police Use Teargas as Taxi Drivers Protest Demolition of Offices 4 4 Top story

Haji Jamil Katongole Bakyansi, the Welfare Officer of Mbarara Taxi Drivers Association, says that they pay between Shillings 1.8 and 2 million each month in rent, which prompted them to construct their own offices.
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