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May 2021 6 results
23:58
23:58

House Approves Taxes on Rental Premises, Fish Maw 1 4

The approval of the taxes was during a plenary session chaired by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga. The taxes are to come into effect on 1st July 2021 when the new financial year 2021/2022 starts.
23:34
23:34

Parliament Silently Passes Law Against Homosexuality 1 6

Parliament has passed the sexual offenses bill 2019 reintroducing the ban on homosexuality in the country.
22:52
22:52

Parliament Rejects Tax on Wheat, Maize Brand new taxes 1

Parliament on Monday declined to approve the External Trade (Amendment) Bill, 2021 under which government proposed to levy US Dollars 0.4 per kilogram of exported maize brand, wheat bran, cotton cake and different by-products of the milling industry.
20:24
20:24

Do Not Handle Acts of Militarism Against Journalism Lightly - Prof. Jjuuko 8 1

The professor who also teaches media law was today delivering a key note address titled; Freedom of Expression and the Emerging Militarism”. This was at an event organized by the Uganda Editors’ Guild in commemoration of the World Press Freedom Day at Kampala Serena Hotel.
15:16
15:16

EU, US Embassy Concerned over Growing Abuse of Journalists European Union 1 4

“As the EU, we are particularly concerned about situations implicating security personnel. Unfortunately it appears that many violations by security forces rarely progress to prosecution even when reported, this can create a climate of impunity”
14:38
14:38

Public Trust in Radio, Television Content Remains Consistent – Report 3 1

Aidan Eyakuze, the Executive Director Twaweza East Africa tasked media institutions to continue working towards building public trust by avoiding partisanship. He said that trust remains a big challenge affecting the media and it has implications on the economic viability of the industry
May 2021 6 results