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World Bank Calls for Scrapping of OTT Tax

11 Jul 2020 · According to the World Bank, scrapping OTT could boost access to coronavirus prevention messages for the vulnerable populations.

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According to the World Bank, scrapping OTT could boost access to coronavirus prevention messages for the vulnerable populations.
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Pictorial: Nyamityobora Market in Mbarara Guts Fire 10

The fire that destroyed stalls and kiosks started on Saturday at 4:30 am.
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Traders Count Losses As Fire Guts Market in Mbarara 3 1

The items destroyed include Fresh foods like Irish Potatoes, Bunches of Bananas Groceries, wooden stalls, hotels property, fridges, Wooden Kiosks, among others.
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MTN Uganda Signs License Renewal Agreement 1

In a statement, MTN Uganda said “This brings to an end the long-standing negotiations between MTN Uganda, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and the government. This license renewal comes almost 2 years later, since MTN Uganda applied for a license renewal following the expiry of their 20 year license in October 2018”.
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Temporary Relief for Coca Cola in Battle over UGX 58b Tax Bill 1

According to an assessment by URA, an audit of Coca Cola Uganda between January 2014 and December 2017 found that the beverages maker had not paid 58.1 billion Shillings in taxes. But Cola rejected URA’s position and dismissed the assessment which was presented to the company in January 2020.
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400,000 Groups Register for 'Emyooga' Initiative in Teso Katakwi District 1 2

Simon Peter Egiriat, the Zonal Manager Micro support Centre in Soroti several people have expressed interest in benefiting from the fund.
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Kasese Youths Seek Gov’t Support to Join Commercial Agriculture 4 1

Many of the youths in these sectors say that their activities were greatly affected by the COVID-19 lockdown, and as a result, they depleted their saving, yet the government has maintained a ban on their operations. They now wish to turn to commercial agriculture for survival.