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20:02
20:02

MPs Oppose Feasibilty Study on Uhuru Falls 4 1

Maracha East MP, James Acidri, says that it is a deliberate move to sabotage tourism in Murchison Falls so that the people in Northern Uganda and Bunyoro continue languishing in poverty.
18:44
18:44

Attorney General Denies Plan to Sell Land to Gov’t Ministry of Finance 2 1

The Attorney General William Byaruhanga has denied reports that his company Pine Investments intends to sell 2.2acres of land at Nakasero to government for the AfreximBank project.
18:06
18:06

URA Must Pay For Goods Lost or Damaged in Its Custody 1 1

Justice Kenneth Kakuru and Justice Ezekiel Muhanguzi have ruled on a 2:1 decision that URA was under duty to take care of the goods it had confiscated. The two justices said URA had assumed a position of “constructive Bailee" when it confiscated the goods and that it must show there was no negligence for the goods to lost or damaged.
17:00
17:00

Cattle Farmers Hike Prices Ahead of Christmas beef 3 1 Top story

Joan Karungi, a resident of Kigorobya Sub County says that if beef prices continue to rise, several people may decide to forego eating meat during Christmas
16:10
16:10

Stanbic Bank Reveals First Fruits of Business Incubators Stanbic Bank Uganda 1 2

Patrick Mweheire, the Stanbic Bank Chief Executive Officer says transforming each of the current Small and Medium Enterprises into job creation entities will propel the engine for economic growth of the country forward with an annual 200,000 new jobs for graduates leaving the various universities.
16:00
16:00

MPs Direct Internal Affairs Minister to Account For UGX 5B Given to Police SACCO Uganda Police Force 1 7

Members of Parliament have tasked the Minister of State for Internal Affairs Obiga Kania to account for 5 billion Shillings appropriated in the financial year 2019/2020 meant to clear the outstanding government debt in Police’s Exodus Sacco.
15:36
15:36

Rains Disrupt Traders in Kampala 4

The most affected are traders who display their merchandise on the bare ground. Huge heaps of merchandise wrapped in black and blue polythene covers could be seen along the city verandas.
13:21
13:21

Danish Fund Buys 10% Shares in Dfcu 1 1

In its 2019 half year financial results, Dfcu reported that its profit had fallen to Shs 35bn down from Shs 41bn in the same period in 2018. But analysts say despite the slight slump, Dfcu is a bank to watch with promising growth potential.
10:42
10:42

Masaka Municipality Stuck with Dilapidated Buildings 2 1

In 2014, Masaka municipal council issued an ultimatum to landlords to paint old buildings and demolish all condemned structures.
07:17
07:17

Sugar Cane Zoning No Longer Relevant-Museveni Busoga 2 Top story

Museveni noted that although sugar mills within Busoga region are suffering raw material scarcity due to the increased number of mills, there is an increase in the number of cane farmers who lack where to sell their harvest.
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