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Jun 2022 7 results
17:56
17:56

Take Action Towards a Sustainable Future, Says Prince Charles Climate Change 1 3 Top story

The heads of government from Commonwealth countries including President Museveni are expected between today and tomorrow to tackle some of the challenges like the food security due to the Ukraine conflict, climate change, Insecurity in some of the member countries as well as human rights.
17:32
17:32

Dairy Development Authority Concerned About Milk Adulteration 2 3

Ronald Kwikiriza the Chairman of Tooro Dairy Cooperative Society says that the adulteration of milk is a bad practice since it contaminates the milk. He says that vendors who engage in the practice do not even care about the quality of water.
17:32
17:32

Karimojong Farmers Sell Off Farm Tools as Scrap to Buy Food 1

Mark Teko one of the farmers who was selling off his plough at Kaabong town council told URN that it was useless for him to keep the plough without bulls to use it with
12:38
12:38

PDM Data Collectors Face Hostile Reception In Luwero 5 1

Ssimbwa says that some residents fear sharing information with data collectors on grounds that it may be used to introduce taxes against them.
11:07
11:07

District Officials Cautioned Against Asking Bribes from PDM Beneficiaries minister 1 6

Emmy Katera, the Resident District Commissioner Hoima says that his office is investigating individuals for alleged extortion.
11:01
11:01

Commercial Banks In Uganda To Resume Payment of Dividends

Late last month, BOU said it was lifting the blanket ban to allow banks that are ready, to proceed with payment of the dividends, however, this would be on a case-by-case basis.
07:16
07:16

EPRC Calls for Redemption of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises After COVID Blow COVID-19 Impacts 2

Tonny Odokonyero, a Research fellow at the centre told URN in an interview that they surveyed MSMEs that operate businesses in the education, leisure and hospitality sectors. The entities surveyed had a total of 1.03 million jobs by the end of 2019 but these had 425,000 employees less by April 2022, most of which were women and youth.
Jun 2022 7 results