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19:10
19:10

Fishermen in Amolatar Decry Low Fish Catch 4 1

Despite the growth in the number and sizes of fish in the lake, most of the fishermen in Kampala landing site are still registering very low fish catch that has left them stranded.
18:34
18:34

Gandhi Centre Project Delay, Bank Loan Interest Anger Migereko Tourism 4

Speaking at the inauguration of the 4th Board of the Uganda Tourism Board, the Chairman Daudi Migereko accused the management of UTB of being 'too slow' at implementing some projects. He said, Uganda had lost a lot during the COVID-19 pandemics and that it would be difficult to catch up with global trends unless they changed the way they do work.
16:49
16:49

Indian Association Pledges to Woo More Investors to Acholi Sub Region 2 1

According to Mohamed Nazuruheen Vaheed, the Indians consider Uganda their home and pledged to attract investors to Acholi since the region has restored peace and stability. He also revealed he will will support sports development especially like Badminton, Crickets and Football which he has been doing Soroti, Jinja and Kampala.
11:55
11:55

Returning Ugandans Without COVID-19 Test Certificates to Be Quarantined 3 3

While announcing the re-opening of Entebbe International airport, President Yoweri Museveni announced said that all returning passengers must have tested negative for COVID-19 at least 72 hours before travelling to Uganda.
20:11
20:11

Isingiro Residents Protest Lack Of Power Supply lack of electricity 3 1

The affected residents are from the villages of Ishozi, Ngando, Biharwe, Mitooma, Kamutinda, Kyamburara, Rugando, Bushenyi, Kyanjungu, Kabare, Karerema and Kyakabindi.
19:33
19:33

Uganda Hires Expatriates to Teach Coffee Consumption coffee processing 2

The cleaned coffee, technically known as Fair Average Quality, costs between 3,900 and 4,200 Shillings a kilo, which is more than double the cost of uncleaned coffee beans locally called Kiboko.However, a cup of coffee drink costs between 3,000 and 6,000 Shillings in a coffee shop.
17:43
17:43

Covid-19 Slows Uganda’s Progress on Poverty Alleviation 4 3

Okurut added that for SDGs on sustainable cities, life on land, peace and justice, Uganda’s performance is also stagnating at a rate of below 50% of the growth rate required to achieve the SDGs, partly because of the covid-19 pandemic.
14:14
14:14

5-year EAC Strategic Plan Targets Fast-tracking Political, Monetary Unions customs union

The legislators also noted that there are severe threats to the realization of the objectives of the regional integration, including the inter-State conflicts and political instability in some Partner States which affect the smooth implementation of the integration agenda.
10:58
10:58

Vendors in Kitgum Evicted from Market for Not Voting Chairperson's Preferred Candidate 1 2

Alice Lacwec and Kevin Alimocan all vendors at Tuma Atoo market in Central Division were reportedly evicted after results of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party primaries for division chairpersons were announced.
23:59
23:59

Travelers Irked By Prolonged Absence of MV Kalangala 4 4

However, last week, Gen. Katumba Wamala, the minister for Works and Transport announced that the ferry will resume operations end of this month.
17:44
17:44

URC not Ready to Resume Commuter Train Six Months after Suspension COVID-19 1 1

The Uganda Railway Corporation (URC) has said that it is not yet ready to resume passenger train services due to ongoing works to ensure COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures.
16:35
16:35

Vitafoam Mattress Store, Processing Plant Razed to Ashes njeru municipality 3 3

Although police and the factory management have not yet ascertained the cost of damages caused by the fire, a store with about 10, 000 pieces of mattresses, cushions, raw materials and equipment was razed to ash. The fire which started at around 9 a.m., lasted about four hours.
15:06
15:06

NSSF Pays Savers 10.75% As Gov't Rejects Mid-term Access 3

At 1.28 trillion shillings, the savings grew by only 5%, the lowest rate of growth in its history. Most of the fund’s investments, including savers’ contributions were affected by the global Covid-19 pandemic, which saw businesses struggle to remit workers’ savings
13:06
13:06

NAADs Starts Verification of Atiak Sugar Project Beneficiaries.

The verification seeks to identify the legitimate beneficiaries from whose gardens cane seed worth over 300 million shillings was cut by Atiak Sugar Factory with approval of NAADs during the 2019 first planting season.
11:17
11:17

Fire Guts Vitafoam Mattress Factory in Njeru 1

The fire started at around 9 a.m. today, and according to Ssezibwa Regional Police Spokesperson Hellen Butoto, the police fire brigade is still on the site working to put it out.
11:07
11:07

Jinja Residents Anxious about New City Status jinja city 2

The residents fear that being part of the city could affect their ownership to customary land, a developement which exposes them to land grabbers. Others fear that their buildings were not planned for the city, fearing that the elevation is pushing them into a status to which they do not belong and that they will most likely be subjected to taxes.
13:22
13:22

Fishermen in Kitagwenda Decry Illegal Landing Site Mahyoro 2 1

Patrick Ngiragizi one of the fishermen at Nyakera Landing Site says that the fishermen could have taken an advantage of loopholes in the security around the lake to engage in the illegal activity.
11:57
11:57

North Kigezi, Kinkizi Dioceses Get UGX 500M Water Project

The 500 Million Shillings water scheme was constructed with funding from Tear fund organization, a United Kingdom funding agency based in England.
11:36
11:36

Karusandara Residents Decry Poor State of Roads poor roads 4 2

The road that connects the sub-county to the Kasese-Fort Portal main road through Kisanyarazi trading centre and Hima is filled with deep gullies, heaps of stones and sand deposits.
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