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20:14
20:14

URA Asked to Design Strategies to Mobilize Revenue From Youth in Informal Sector Action Aid Uganda 4

Isaac Gyagenda the Supervisor, Tax Education at URA said they have a plan for the next five years where they are strengthening collaborations and ensuring that different groups of people get well acquainted with the tax system through tax education.
20:06
20:06

She Cranes Registers Third Consecutive Win in Namibia 2 1

The team defeated Zimbabwe 79 to 40 to command a straight third win at the tournament.
19:19
19:19

Seven Apac District Officials Under Probe for Alleged Embezzled of UGX 400m Arrears 1 1

Police say the group created a list of district workers who included teachers and health workers claiming that they had missed salary for some months which translated into arrears.
17:31
17:31

BoU Permits Extension of Repayment Credit Relief to Education, Hospitality Sectors 1

Twinemanzi further explained that the restructuring can be in the form of a repayment moratorium, extension of tenor, reduction on principal loan repayment installment, reduction of applicable interest rate, or a combination of the aforementioned options
17:01
17:01

150 Bed Capacity High Dependency Unit Constructed at Luzira Prisons 1 5

The facility is being completed using part of the 2 Billion Shillings that the government allocated to them to fight COVID-19 in addition to a $200,000 donation from United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) plus another $100,000 donation from the US Centers for Disease Control.
16:41
16:41

WHO Approves Use of Indian Covaxin COVID-19 Vaccine COVID-19 Vaccines 1

The vaccine is developed by the pharmaceutical company, Bharat Biotech. This makes it the eighth COVID-19 vaccine that has been given emergency use listing by WHO.
16:10
16:10

Doctors' Impending Strike Hangs in Balance Doctor's Strike 3

Since the notice of the industrial action was issued on August 6, the UMA leadership has met with officials from the ministry of health, finance and even the Prime Minister's office. However, days after the planned strike, it remains unclear whether their demands will be met. Current UMA leadership intimates that the fate of the strike lies in the hands of the incoming leaders
15:59
15:59

"Kabushenga's Retirement Package Denied Vision Group Shareholders Dividends"

"The increase in expenses resulted from the retirement package of the former Chief Executive Officer," says the financial statement. Desides, revenues from print media fell to 40.1 billion shillings, from the 44.1 billion recorded in 2020, while commercial printing revenues fell by 6.2 billion to 12.2 billion shillings.
13:10
13:10

CSOs Seek Review of EACOP Bill On Domestic Use of Oil and Gas Parliament 2 1

Civil Society Organizations (CSO)’s have called for a review of the provisions in the East African Crude Pipeline Special Provisions bill that limits domestic use of oil and gas produced in Uganda.
11:17
11:17

Op-ed; USAID Makes 60, Celebrates 59 Years of Fruitful Partnership with Uganda

This week marks USAID’s 60th anniversary: Uganda has been a part of USAID’s journey, just as USAID has been a part of Uganda’s journey since the country’s independence.
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