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20:16
20:16

Motorists Cry Out as Fuel Prices Soar inflation in uganda 1 3

Pump fuel prices have been on the increase right from the beginning of the of the year. Some analysts have expressed fear that Uganda may face a situation similar to 2008 at the peak of the post-election violence in Kenya.
20:05
20:05

Moroto-Based Researchers Protest Payment Deductions moroto district 1 3

The contract indicated that enumerators would be paid for five days at the beginning of the field pilot exercise. It also indicated that enumerators would be expected to complete at least two households per day and subsequent payments would be made every after completion of 10 households.
19:09
19:09

Out Growers Storm Kakira Sugar Factory Over Withholding tax kakira sugar works 2 2

The farmers argued that their payments for cane supplied to the factory were subjected to a tax of 1280 Shillings for each ton, further eating into their meagre profits. The trucks are equally subjected to 5 percent taxes at the weighbridge.
18:36
18:36

Stanbic Pushes for Cashless Digital Transactions 1

Recent reports show out of Ugandas banked population of roughly six million people in the market; about 1.5 million have Visa cards of which 99 of all transactions are done via ATMs.
18:18
18:18

Masindi Lady finds Passion in Honey Bees honey production 3 1

Lillian Ahairwe is one of the formerly unemployed youth that have found a source of livelihood through farming and value addition, particularly apiary. The 26-year-old originally tried passion fruit farming at their family home in Masindi district but later found passion in apiculture after a swarm of bees formed a hive within her passion fruit farm for nectar.
18:06
18:06

Mobile Money Agents Feel Pinch of New Taxes mobile money taxes 5 1

Mobile Money agents that Uganda Radio Network interviewed says customer numbers are already reducing. For instance, Namanye Jacqueline who operates a mobile money stall Kiira Road in Kamwokya says new taxes are deliberate means by government to chase them out of the business. She says the tax is more than double taxation because it involves many charges from the time one deposits the money until its withdrawn.
13:41
13:41

USMID Contractor Gets Three Months Contract Extension 1 3

Patrick Mujasi, a resident of Mbale town asks the project engineer to supervise the contractor to ensure quality work is done.
07:55
07:55

Kabale Butchers Pin Vet Officers for Extortion complaint 4

They claim the veterinary officers led by the Kabale District Veterinary Officer, Bernard Kabagembe charge them Shillings 2000 for inspecting a goat and Shillings 5000 for a cow, which they claim is illegal.
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