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20:27
20:27

RDC Confronts Municipal leaders over Disloyalty to NRM kabale rdc 2 4

Baryayanga, an independent legislator defeated NRMs Serapio Rukundo in 2011 and NRMs Francis Mwesigye Runumi in the 2016 general elections, while Byamugisha defeated Forum for Democratic Change FDC candidate, Pius Ruhemurana in 2016 elections.
19:20
19:20

Uganda's Sachet Waragi Contains Hazardous Metals – Study unbs uganda

They say quantitatively, they found Copper presenting the highest concentrations recorded in any spirit brand studied, followed by Barium and Manganese. The brands found to contain the most metals mainly Copper were the locally distilled Lira-Lira spirits with concentrations averaging 95 percent.
18:56
18:56

Gov't to Redevelop Mpigi Market mpigi town council 4 1

Tom Butiime, the Minister of Local Government who visited the market on Friday said that the market will be redeveloped under the Markets and Agricultural Trade Improvement Project.
17:59
17:59

Government Issues Deadline for Ban of Sachet Alcohol 1

In a statement dated March 1, 2019, Kyambadde said that packaging of alcohol at production level will be phased out at the end of March. She said the ban, is effecting a cabinet directive issued in 2017.
17:37
17:37

Fort Portal Residents Decry Unreliable Water Supply nwsc 3 1

According to the residents, other than the water being on and off, it is at times dirty and flows with low pressure.
15:00
15:00

Mobile Money Tax Increases Cost of Doing Business-Study

The results indicate that overall 71 percent of businesses posted increases in the cost of doing business as a result of the tax. Among businesses who reported an increase in costs, 87 percent reported a cost increase between one and 25 percent.
14:53
14:53

Agriculture, Manufacturing Businesses Decline-EPRC

The BCI, conducted by the Economic Policy Research Centre EPRC, reflects the perception of Ugandan business captains on the current and near-future business conditions.
10:40
10:40

Power Blackouts Frustrate Business in Moroto 1

Dr. Patricia Litho, the Head of Communications at Rural Electrification Agency, REA faults the community in Karamoja for constant bush burning, something she notes has affected electricity poles. Dr. Litho notes that much as there may be human weaknesses in operations and management of power in the region, bush burning has a huge impact on power supply.
Mar 2019 8 results