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Nebert Rugadya

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13:25
13:25

US Gov't Gives UGX 95bn for Refugees Assistance

The USAID Spokesperson, Jessica Jennings said her country was committed to non-discriminatory aid programs to Uganda despite the passing of the anti homosexuality law and the ruling by the court upholding it.
17:05
17:05

Nigeria’s Blue Chip Tech Vows to Enhance Digital Growth in Uganda 5 1

Baryomunsi said some locally-made products are yet to penetrate the market despite being cheaper, but adds that the aim of the government is to ensure a smartphone costs as low as 40,000 shilling in two years.
15:28
15:28

Uganda, S. Sudan Agree on Border Cooperation 1

The development follows on-and-off border trade conflicts between the two countries, with the latest being last year when South Sudan officials impounded grain products from Uganda for months, saying there were standard violations by the traders.
15:11
15:11

Africa on Recovery Path, But Growth Unsustainable - World Bank 4

Despite the good performance, the Bank says in its Africa's Pulse, that faster and more equitable growth is needed to reduce poverty.
10:08
10:08

Low-Cost Biogas Project Increases Household Uptake 5

A typical system, with a 12 cubic meter gas tank costs up to 1.5 million Uganda shillings, which is far less than the 12 million that a dome of equal capacity would cost, according to Mwesigwa.
07:34
07:34

PS Ssali Didn't Slap Legal Officer-Trade Ministry State Minister 1

"Ms. Sandra's unnecessary aggression caused the Security team of the Permanent Secretary and that of the Ministry to restrain her from getting physical while unfortunately continuing to shout and insult the team head," says the head of human resources.
13:21
13:21

ICPAU to Gazette Qualified Accoutants to Fight Quacks

The Accountants Act, 2013 states that person, shall not practice accountancy in Uganda without a certificate of practice issued under section 28 or 29, and provides a prison term of up to 34 months or a fine of 500 currency points or both.