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07:36
07:36

Amuru Youth Receive Produce Storage Facilities Save the Children 1 3

The storage facilities will reduce the exploitation by middlemen who buy produce from farmers at very low prices because they can store as they look for a better market.
07:18
07:18

Ugandans Buy Record Motorcycles in 2019 boda boda 1 1

According to figures published by the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), Ugandans registered 103, 169 motorcycles in 2018/2019, the highest number ever in a single year. This was a jump from 49,635 motorcycles registered in 2017/2018. The annual average registration is 50,000 motorcycles.
22:35
22:35

NRM District Chairperson Arrested in Fake Money Printing Scam NRM Party 2

Edith Basalirwa, the Kwania District Police Commander said the suspects defrauded Lydia Abuk, who represents Persons with Disability- PDWs at Aduku Town Council Shs.3.5 million, and two unidentified politicians from Inomo Sub County shs. 4.5 million.
19:12
19:12

Gulu City Leaders Struggle to Maintain Access Roads World Bank. 6 2

The impassable roads are spread across 124 villages and 34 parishes in the two Divisions of Gulu City. Currently, some of the parishes with notable bad and impassable roads include Tegwana, Kirombe, Pece Cubu, Kabed’opong, Layibi-Techo and Kanyagoga among others.
18:20
18:20

Lugazi Residents Decry USMID Delays as Road Network Wanes Lugazi Municipality 4 1

Lugazi is one of the eight municipalities which were selected to benefit from the additional funding for the implementation of the second phase of the World Bank-supported project. The others are Kitgum, Kamuli, Mubende, Kasese, Busia, Ntungamo and Apac.
16:59
16:59

Uganda Earned UGX 1.8 Trillion from Coffee in 2019/2020 – Report ucda 1 1

The Ministry says in the latest reporting that this was the highest figure the country has exported in a single financial year. As a result, the country earned USD 494 million (1.8 trillion shillings).
14:03
14:03

Lyantonde Butchers Protest Slaughtering Fees 1

The butchers under their association Lyantonde Meat Park Investment Club are demanding for 50 percent reduction of the fees or else they will be forced to abandon the district abattoir.
20:43
20:43

National Theatre Goes Digital as COVID-19 Closes Stage Curtains 2 1 Top story

At first, the content will be streamed every Friday at no cost through UNCC’s formal digital platforms including YouTube and Facebook among others with the premier featuring on August 14 at 7:30 p.m.
18:16
18:16

MPs Task Gov't on Opening Remaining Sectors of Economy COVID-19 3 1

Members of Parliament argue that the sectors are prepared to meet the standard operating procedures and adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines.
14:07
14:07

Business Confidence Surges After Ease in Lockdown Restrictions – Survey stanbic bank 1 Top story

Stanbic says it observed that more businesses have increased their output and are receiving new orders than in the last three months. However, many companies haven’t been able to re-hire the employees they laid off with some of them still laying off some employees.
12:28
12:28

Amuru Seeks to Divert Funds Meant for Lakang Bridge to Road Works 1 1

Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA halted construction of Lakang Bridge in December last year on grounds that is goes through East Madi wildlife reserve.
05:54
05:54

Police Impoud 50 Trucks for Illegally Transporting Minerals from Moroto 3 1

The operation led by the Moroto Regional Police Commander Senior Superintendent of Police Gerald Tushime also resulted in the arrest of scores of the drivers. He said the trucks would be cleared on condition that Tororo Cement Factory complies with licensing and tax policies and mining regulations, as set by the government.
18:33
18:33

URA to Waive Penalties for Taxpayers Who Do Voluntary Disclosure Vincent Seruma 2 1 Top story

The window for voluntary disclosure comes after an amendment of section 66 of the Tax Procedures Code Act, 2014. The amendment gives the URA commissioner general a discretion to ask taxpayers to voluntarily disclose and be forgiven on the penalties and interest on money they hadn’t paid.
16:26
16:26

Heavy Rains Worsen Road Network in Pader 2 1

Pajule Sub-county Chairperson Brilliant Tito Okello, who is also the Roads Committee chairperson says that many community access and district roads in his area have been heavily devastated by rains. The most affected include Pajule-Amoko lgwai and Acholi bur-lira roads.
16:13
16:13

Mbale City Chokes on Uncollected Garbage, Stench 5 1

Stephen Mudomo, a butcher along Kumi road says the stench and flies from the garbage have chased away his customer.
15:34
15:34

Excitement as Kotido Finally Connected to National Grid 1 2

Simon Peter Opolot, a mechanic says the power is now crucial factor in small industrial work citing himself who has now been able to start a metal fabrication workshop at Ministry of Works Village in Kotido town.
13:37
13:37

Residents Petition RDC Over Shoddy Work 3 1 Top story

Pule James Okello, a resident of Aboko parish observed that the culverts installed on Aboko-Chawente road especially at Omakomac, Awuku SDS Church and dam Alolo are small and weak, a reason why they broke down one week after installation.
12:27
12:27

Farmers Decry Poor Soybean Prices 1

Solomon Oketta, another farmer in Ongako Sub County wants the district to intervene in what he calls exploitation of their energy and resources by produce dealers.
14:35
14:35

Former Street Children in Gulu to Benefit From UGX 678M Vocational Training Project 2 2

Christine Latigo the Country Director for Generation in Actions says that the beneficiaries are girls aged between 8-15 years. They were picked from the streets of Gulu City between March and May this year.
13:51
13:51

Onduparaka FC Loses Bus Offer from China Over Lack of Funds 2 1

Bernard Atiku the MP Ayivu and Patron for Onduparaka FC who secured the deal for the club says that he will lose 10,000 US dollars out of the 30,000 UD dollars he had paid as commitment fee after failing to meet the deadline for the bus deal.
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