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Co-ops Tipped on Transformation Through Agricultural Tourism cooperative 5 1

Leonard Okello, the Chief Executive Officer at the Institute says this was one of the reasons that they decided on a fully paid trip for the most innovative cooperative society, to one of the top tourism centres in the country.
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Entebbe Records 6,000 Passengers Daily for Three Consecutive Months COVID-19 pandemic 1 1

Statistics availed by Vianney Mpungu Luggya, the Manager Public Affairs at the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority – UCAA reveals that the number included 93,884 and 83,483 departing and arriving passengers respectively.
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UWEC Seeks UGX10Bn for Lion Population Recovery Project 2 1

Dr. James Musinguzi, the UWEC’s Executive Director in statement said the funds will facilitate breeding of the lions in three selected National Parks in the country so as to avert the dwindling population of the big cats currently being threatened by the increasing human-wildlife conflict.
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UGX 1.163Bn Consultancy Work for UWEC Perimeter Wall Fence Shocks MPs 3 1

While defending their Ministerial Policy Statement, and Budget Estimates for the Financial Year 2024/2025 on Tuesday, David Musingo, UWEC’s Acting Executive Director told the Committee that they procured the services of C4D International Limited, a building and engineering firm for the wall fence construction given the complexity of land the entity sits on.
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COSASE Orders Audit into Gorilla Trekking Permit Scam 1

Medard Lubega Ssegonna, the COSASE Chairperson issued the directive on Tuesday while probing UWA officials led by the Executive Director, Sam Mwandha to answer queries raised by John Muwanga, the Auditor General in a FY 2022/2023 report relating to staff connivance to defraud the entity.
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Conservationists Oppose Lion Cage Breeding 1

This comes amidst the bid by the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre to secure close to 10 Billion Ugandan Shillings to set up lion breeding facilities in three National Game Parks.
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UCAA Plan To Divest From Entebbe Airport Management ICAO

Director General Fred Bamwesigye says plans to separate regulation and airport management is UCAA's brain child but still being discussed in-house before an informed report is given to Cabinet for consideration and way forward.
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Old Is Gold: Uganda Railways, Vintage Collectors Unite To Preserve Old Cars, Buildings 5 5

The Chairman of the group, that they are finding it difficult to sell, buy or restore the vehicles or even pay for their insurance since the government, through Uganda Revenue Authority, automated the register.
10:12
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Female Cargo Truck Drivers Decry Increase in Fake Spare Parts 3 1

According to the Uganda National Bureau of Standards, the Ugandan market is flooded with fake products, among them brake pads, wiring, cylinders and mirrors which are often sold at very low prices. However, these are made with inferior and substandard materials that are not built to last, which compromises their durability and performance.
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UGX 1.150B Neeed for Public Address System, Roofing of Sitting Arena at Anglican Martyrs Shrine 3 1

Uganda Martyrs Development Committee Chairperson Retired Bishop Jackson Matovu said roofing of the sitting arena is estimated to cost 620 million while the public address system will cost 520 million Shillings.
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How Aya Hotel Owner Went Bankrupt 1 Top story

The liquidator of Aya Investments U Ltd will explain to creditors what they can lay claim on if Pearl of Africa Hotel has changed hands and rebranded to Win 5 Hotel and Spa.
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UWA Wants Non-Tax Revenue Ceiling Increased 1

The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has sought parliament's intervention to increase the authority's ceiling of Non Tax Revenue (NTR) from the current 106.7 billion to 140 billion Shillings in the next financial year 2023/2024.
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Watoto Church in Cache 22 over Delayed Resolution on KPC Building Demolition 3 1

It was famous as a movie place and performance hall, and the ideal dream destination for many revellers, as referenced in a song titled “Ebinyumu ebyaffe” by the legendary Kadongo Kamu artist Elly Wamala.
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Owners of Historical Buildings, Sites Urged to Repair and Reuse Rather Than Demolish 1 2 Top story

James Galabuzi, a member of the Ham Mukasa family, which owns two historical houses in Mengo and Mukono, believes that it is crucial to cultivate an appreciation of Uganda's history among the public and property owners if these historical sites are to be protected. Galabuzi stresses that it is important to preserve such history for the country to understand its past and project its future.
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Ham Mukasa Family Seeks Gov’t Hand in Preserving Mengo House 4 3 Top story

James Galabuzi Mukasa, who is nephew to James Mukasa and hence a grandson of Ham Mukasa says that although the house was opened to the public, the public is yet to embrace it.
10:29
10:29

She Cranes Spent Just a Night Training for Viral Dance 3 1

Last week, a video clip went viral showing how the She Cranes won the hearts of thousands of supporters who packed Christchurch Arena in New Zealand as well as those who were watching the games virtually when they performed a Ugandan Local Dance song titled “Tuli Babandana” by local musician Grenade official before their game against Jamaica.
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Parliament, Executive Fail to Agree on ‘Nyege Nyege’ Festival 6 1

In her communication to the plenary, Speaker Among said that the position of parliament requiring the cancellation of the festival still stands and that it is now the responsibility of the Executive to work upon the recommendation.
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Our Position on ‘Nyege Nyege’ Festival Stands – Speaker 7 1 Top story

On Wednesday morning, the Prime Minister, Robinah Nabbanja chaired an inter-ministerial meeting that gave a green light to the festival contrary to the recommendation by Parliament calling for the cancellation of the festival.
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Premier's Meeting Okays ‘Nyege Nyege’ Festival 3 Top story

According to Nabbanja, the meeting reached several resolutions, one of which is to harmonise with parliament to ensure that the festival takes place under strict guidelines.
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Gov't Failing to Hit Monthly Toll Collection Target on Entebbe Expressway 2 6 Top story

According to the loan agreement, the repayment schedule runs from July 21, 2019, to January 21, 2032. In the 13-year repayment period, the government plans to pay $26.8 million (about Shs 95 billion) every year. This means that the government should collect at least Shilling 7.8 billion monthly to meet the loan obligation.
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