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Jun 2017 12 results
19:01
19:01

Budget: Museveni Optimistic about the Economy 3 Top story

Commenting on the 2017/18 national budget, Museveni said the economy by and large is on the right path despite two challenges of conflict and drought.
18:37
18:37

Turn Educated Youth Into Job Creators - Museveni 1

President Museveni has said Uganda needs to tap into the educated population and convert them into job creators.
17:50
17:50

Uganda Withdraws from Rift Valley Railways Concession marines 2 1

Finance Minister, Matia Kasaijja announced the move to terminate the concession held by Qalaa Holdings of Egypt in his budget speech to parliament this afternoon.
17:48
17:48

Govt Insists Middle Income Status Attainable by 2020 2

Finance minister Matia Kasaija, while delivering the 2017/18 budget speech in Kampala, says efforts are being made to increase the per capita income from the current 773 dollars to 1,039 dollars, the threshold for lower middle income status.
17:27
17:27

Ugandans Living Longer, Better Lives – Finance Minister 1

Reading the 2017/18 national budget, Minister Matia Kasaija says Ugandans are living much better and longer lives compared to the year 2002.
17:07
17:07

Finance Minister: Uganda's Public Debt Sustainable 2

Minister Kasaija has allocated Shillings 300 billion to pay off domestic arrears. Kasaija says international reserves by end of 2016 stood at three billion dollars, equivalent to 4.2 months of import of goods and services.
17:07
17:07

Budget 2017/18: Ugandan Economy Not in Recession – Finance Minister 1

According to Minister Kasaija, Ugandas economic growth for this concluding financial year is still above the Sub-Saharan Africa average economic growth of 1.5 percent.
16:44
16:44

Civil Conflicts in East Africa Affecting Uganda's Growth - Kasaija south sudan crisis

Finance minister Matia Kasaija has said Ugandas economic growth has been greatly affected by civil conflicts in the East African region.
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14:09

Ugandans Want More Money Towards Social Services minsitry of finance 5

Finance Minister Matia Kasaija presents the financial year 2017/18 national budget to Parliament today with Works and Transport taking the highest allocation at 4.8 trillion Shillings. This is followed by Energy and education at 2.4 trillion, Health at 1.8 trillion and Security at 1.4 trillion Shillings among others.
13:59
13:59

UNRA On The Spot Over Excess Payment for Ferry Services 1 1

Fred Badda, the former Bujumba County Member of Parliament says both Government and Kalangala Infrastructure Services should be closely monitored to ensure the agreed financial obligation is not altered. He says the Finance Ministry and UNRA have been secretly adjusting the terms of the contract due to lack of close monitoring.
12:48
12:48

It's Budget Day In East Africa ministry of finance 1

Its just an hour before Finance Minister Matia Kasaija presents the financial year 2017/18 national budget to Parliament. The 2017/2018 budget under the Industrialisation for job creation and shared prosperity is expected to increase to 29 trillion shillings from 26.3 trillion allocated for the ending financial.
12:20
12:20

Water Crisis Hit Kotido 3

Gabriel Amol, the Water Pump Station Attendant, says the vandals cut the fence at night to gain entry into the facility, located in an isolated area, about half a kilometer from the bus center.
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