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Aug 2022 8 results
17:25
17:25

Absence of Public Transport Authority Delaying Bus Rapid Transport - World Bank 3

Speaking at the public transport symposium organized by the School of Public Health at Hotel Africana, Ivan Mwondha from the World Bank said that since 2012, they have been in talks with the government to implement the Rapid Bus Transport but the process is delayed due to lack of an authority for Public Transport.
15:48
15:48

Mbale Industrial Park Halts Operations 1 3

Bodi Xiu, the Park Administrator, told the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Mathias Mpuuga who visited the park on Thursday that following the floods, they decided to halt all the operations and carry out maintenance works. He said that they are yet to decide when operations will resume.
15:34
15:34

Fuel Prices Could Be Stabilising, But Will Remain High for Longer 1

Ordinary motorists in Kampala had predicted that by the start of August, a litre of petrol could be selling at well over 7,000 Shillings based on the rate of daily increases then. Between June 20 and July 20, for example, the petrol of fuel had risen from 6,000 to 6,500 Shillings, but has since then risen by just about 50 Shillings.
12:42
12:42

Gov't Undertaking Study on Construction of Cocoa Factory in Bundibugyo Cocoa production 2 2

The proposed factory that will be managed by Bwamba Cooperative Union is meant to enhance capacity for the cocoa production to increase its quantity and quality for the benefit of local farmers and investors.
12:30
12:30

MPs Probe Ownership of Bujagali Energy Limited cost benefit 1 1

The power plant was commissioned in 2012 and has been supplying energy to the Ugandan grid. But the committee learnt that the company won a multi-billion contract before it was even registered and that the original owners of the projects forfeited their shares when the company was incorporated.
11:44
11:44

Tracking the Supply Chain of Siphoned Petrol in Kampala 4

Rough and informal estimates show that vehicular traffic in Kampala and indeed all Ugandan roads could have dropped by about half over the last two to three months as fuel prices reached unbearable levels for many. Over the period, the cost of petrol rose from 3,700 to more than 6,500 today at pump stations in and around Kampala, but significantly higher in the more rural areas.
09:17
09:17

Uganda Airlines to Start Self-handling in Two Months 2 5

Under self-handling, the aircraft operator directly provides one or more categories of ground handling services without engaging a third party for the provision of such service. The services include aircraft refuelling, towing, marshalling and parking, ramp services, as well as luggage handling, among others.
08:18
08:18

Manufacturers Contest Proposed Tax on Plastics 1

In its proposal, the government wanted to impose a tax of 40 per cent of 40,000 Shillings per kilogram of sacks and bags of polymers of ethylene and other plastics. However, the government provided an exception on vacuum packaging bags for food, juices, tea and coffee sacks and bags for direct use in the manufacture of sanitary pads
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