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15:31
15:31

Fort Portal Division Mayors Decry Lack of Funds 3 2

Muhumuza also says that the division is littered with garbage since they don’t have funds to clear it. He says traders in Kabundaire and Mpanga markets are outraged by the deplorable working conditions.
09:31
09:31

Group Leaders in Agago Flee Homes over Alleged Theft of UGX 16m NUSAF Funds NUSAF3 4 1

The executive members who include the treasurer Esther Obura and Secretary Bosco Okot reportedly fled over the weekend after failing to pay 16 Million Shillings to their members.
16:52
16:52

Police Officers Under Spotlight for Detaining Woman Without Clear Charges 2 2 Top story

On Wednesday last week, Kigozi who is a real estate broker mobilized five youths to remove the door and windows before they demolished part of the said house.
10:14
10:14

Four Lwengo Missing Girls Found Stranded In Kinoni, Masaka 3

Muhammad Nsubuga, the Masaka Regional Police spokesperson, says that they returned the girls to their homes after recording their statements.

Slideshow

12:23
12:23

Pictorial: Mysterious Underground Tunnels in Ngora District Top story

Odeke discovered the tunnels about three weeks ago while digging a pit latrine in his compound.

Business and finance

21:01
21:01

Youth Call for Investment in Agriculture 4

Laban Musinguzi, the Executive Director of Agro Fresh Uganda, says that government needs to invest in training of youths on better farming practices to ensure good farm to harvest practices and also fund their investments in agriculture.
20:39
20:39

Museveni Agrees Mid Term Access to NSSF Savings

It has now been agreed that somebody who is 45 years and has saved for ten years can access up to 20% of their savings.
18:28
18:28

Second Lockdown Reversing Economic Recovery Gains-Experts

The economy was recovering from the effects of the March-to-June 2020 lockdown, with both the Bank of Uganda and the private sector reporting revived activity, despite some sectors remaining under lock.
17:21
17:21

UNBS Eases Certification, Warns Offenders 5

The Manager, Market Surveillance Daniel Arorwa, this is intentional because some manufacturers tend to relax on standards especially when they have already got their certificates. He says informing them of an impending visit would therefore give them chance to hide the violations they have been committing against the certificates they have.

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