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07:35
07:35

UPDF Soldier, Land Broker Wanted Over Forceful Eviction of Nwoya Residents Land conflict 2

Security personnel identified the suspects as Kenneth Bongomin, a renowned land broker, and Charles Ojara, a soldier guarding a farm belonging to the late Gen. Paul Lokech, the former Deputy Inspector of Police.
17:04
17:04

Security Personnel Recover Stolen Animals in Kotido 1

Col. Wilberforce Sserunkuma, the 405 Brigade Commander of Kotido said the recovery of the animals was part of the efforts in the ongoing cordon and search operations.
16:16
16:16

CSOs Call for Organic Food Laws, Ban on Herbicides 5 2

The CSOs also ask the government to ensure the safe use of other chemicals including fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides by farmers, traders, and other handlers.
15:21
15:21

UAF Gears Up For National Mountain Championship 1 1

According to Benjamin Njia, the Uganda Athletics Federation National coach and vice president of technical, the championships will be held on October 1st.

Business and finance

07:59
07:59

Kotido Farmers Warned Against Selling off Their Harvest Kotido district 2 1

Joseph Abura, the Bishop of Karamoja Diocese says that the harvest for this year was very poor, and therefore more hunger crisis is expected come 2023.
23:51
23:51

Financial Technology Industry Better Regulated Today - Operators digital economy 4

The commonest of these services has been the growth on electronic finance that follows or is based on the mobile money mode, mainly focused on transfer or payment, but they have increasingly diversified into agriculture extension and trade, among others.
19:26
19:26

Experts Explain Why Gen Katumba Banned Using Timber in Constructing Slabs 3

According to the Executive Secretary of the NBRB Flavia Bwire, the now banned Steel-Timber-Concrete composite building method is a patented method by a Ugandan she declined to name, and has been used in the construction of a few storied buildings in Kampala.
18:56
18:56

Uganda’s Fiscal Deficit Worrying, Finance State Minister Admits 4 1

Musasizi notes that the country’s tax contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is low at only 13.5 percent compared to the government's expenditure which stands around 23 percent, leaving an annual deficit of over 9percent of GDP that must be financed by borrowing.

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