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Nancy Kalembe Promises Post COVID-19 Recovery Plan Nancy Linda Kalembe 1 2

The plan entails an economic strategy that revives Uganda in 12 to 24 months through empowering community businesses, farming, job creation, land security and putting in place response teams for disasters and pandemics.
15:13
15:13

International Passenger Numbers Steadily Increasing - UCAA 5 3

In the first 25 days of November, Bamwesigye noted an increase in the daily average of passengers from 1,375 passengers in October to 1,676 so far recorded this month.
12:59
12:59

Government Seeks Supplementary Budget to Pay Tobacco Farmers 3

The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, Amelia Kyambadde says companies will also have to prove their commitment to how much they are ready to spend per season, in form of a performance bond.
09:17
09:17

Masaka City Secures UGX 60 Billion Funding Under USMID

Kayemba says that the funds which have been secured under the USMID additional financing are going to be use for reconstruction of main roads within the city that are in a poor state.
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Bureaucracy, Bribery Major Obstacles to Uganda's Competitiveness - Survey Makerere University 3

Producers also faulted government for failing to even enforce standards that are in place, to protect the export markets. The Managing Director of Nakifuma Farm Company Ltd, John Magnay attacked government for looking on and talking about import substitution as the country continued to import meat from Kenya.
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11:57

Farmers Resort to Snares to Catch Produce Thieves 2 1 Top story

Rose Anena, a farmer in Lokung Sub County in Lamwo district is one of the farmers who fell victim to the theft of approximately 1,800 kilograms of simsim. According to Anena, thieves raid their gardens mainly in the night or when it is raining.
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NSSF Ready to Lend to Local Governments urban authorities 3

The National Social Security Fund, which is the biggest single local lender to the central government, says they are ready to lend to districts and cities if they are allowed by the laws to do so.
09:24
09:24

Farmers Worried as China Tightens COVID-19 Measures on Fresh Imports 4

The declining quality is also very evident in the physical structure of animals especially in eastern Uganda, where, one respondent said "a cow can be mistaken for a big goat".
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1,600 SACCOS to Get Sh30,000,000 Each in Kampala and Wakiso Emyooga 1 3

The minister declared that the mobilization in these two districts beginning today starting with the business category of markets; government has put aside a special budget of 50 billion shillings to support this program.
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Security Personnel Ban Sale of Alcohol in Ryakarimira Town Council 1 2

The order comes days after Rwandan security officials shot dead one person and injured two others.
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Orion Investigated for Vandalizing Umeme Transformers 3 2 Top story

Orion Transformers and Electrics Limited specializes in the supply, repair and export of industrial automation equipment. It is one of the companies contracted by Umeme to repair its transformers.
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Entebbe Zoo Welcomes New Pair of Tigers After 50 Years tourism 2 3

The Executive director Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre (UWEC), James Musinguzi said the addition of Tigers to the big cat family after decades will help boost tourism both domestically and internationally.
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Gov't Policies Could Hurt Economy-Private Sector Foundation 4

Elly Karuhanga says for example that the government is seeking to increase taxes and create more to cater for the gap left by the decline in other revenue sources, especially from the sectors that were hit hard by the pandemic.
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10:35

Dabani Girls SS Parents Demand Accountability for Construction Funds 3

The Parents accuse Juliet Ndikwani the headmistress and Laban Wandera the chairman school management committee for failure to account for 54 Million Shillings meant for the construction of staff quarters.
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Sugar Companies Want Parliament to Intervene on Deteriorating Market zoning 1 1

Sugar companies from Busoga sub-region are seeking Parliament’s intervention in the fight against ‘unfair’ competition from ‘sugar bonds’ which has frustrated local manufacturers.
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Beach Management Unit in Dokolo Accused of Extortion

The unit is also being accused of illegally extorting of money from fishermen dealing in illegal fishing activities.
12:52
12:52

Busia's Sh18.8 Billion Value Addition Project Completed 2

The project, has a capacity to produce 3,000 metric tonne of maize flour every day. It mainly improves on quality of maize products that can meet the international market satandards.
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Uganda Increases Production of Cattle, Poultry in Last Decade - UBOS 1 4

The farmers attribute the increase in production on the rising demand for meat, dairy and poultry products in and outside Uganda.
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12:05

Shops Closed in Kagadi, Hoima Ahead of Kyagulanyi Rallies. Bobi wine 2 5

In Kagadi town, several shops along Market, Kabalega and Mugenyi streets have closed by 9AM amidst tight police deployment.
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08:54

Vendors in Kitgum Raise Concern over Plans to Allocate Market Space to Councillors 3

The complaints follow the endorsement by the general-purpose committee that is proposing to allocate over 30 lockups in the market undergoing construction to councillors and division technocrats.
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