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21:02
21:02

Kitgum District Approves UGX 32.9 Billion For 2020/2021 Financial Year 1 6

The draft budget was presented before the district council by Gaston Billy Graham, the District Vice Chairperson on Wednesday at the district Council Hall.
18:30
18:30

Banks to Close at 2pm to Allow Staff Beat Curfew DTB 1

The biggest challenge for most people working in the city centre has been the traffic jam that builds up from 3pm with snarl-ups stretching for kilometres as people rush home before curfew.
17:08
17:08

Vanilla Farmers Want Curfew Until Harvesting Period 4 2 Top story

The farmers usually harvest the highly prized crop between June and July. A Kilogram of fresh vanilla fibre costs more than Shillings 200,000 on the market. Middlemen buy a kilogram at around 160,000 Shillings while established companies can buy it at as much as 200,000 Shillings per kilogram.
16:16
16:16

Coffee Quality Likely to Drop as Farmers Struggle to Offload Unsold Harvest ucda 1 Top story

This is according to the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) Managing director Emmanuel Ilamulemye, who spoke during an online meeting on the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis to farmers, on Wednesday afternoon. He said that coffee markets have stagnated with disruptions from Coronavirus measures, affecting the farmers’ ability to reach markets.
14:48
14:48

Lockdown Delays Election of New Bamasaba King 1 3

Mathias Nabuteere, the Deputy Prime Minister in the Inzu Ya Masaba in Charge of the Umukuka’s Affairs, says the corona pandemic has delayed the process for the election of Mushikori’s successors.
13:55
13:55

Farmers Shy Away from Designated Produce Collection Centres Kayunga District 1 3

The Health Ministry and Kayunga COVID-19 District surveillance team have traced three COVID-19 positive truck drivers to Kangulumira Sub County. The truck drivers were taken into isolation, while their 65 primary contacts were quarantined.
13:25
13:25

COVID-19 Crisis Causing Biggest Fall in Global Energy Investments energy mix 1

The unparalleled decline is staggering in both its scale and swiftness, with serious potential implications for energy security and clean energy transitions. At the start of 2020, global energy investment was on track for growth of around 2 per cent, which would have been the largest annual rise in spending in six years.
11:03
11:03

Museveni Tells Ugandans to Borrow from UDB for Import Substitution 1 Top story

The President said that the government recapitalized UDB to the tune of one trillion Ugandan Shillings, with more funding expected to come from the World Bank and International Monetary Fund to increase access to credit among Ugandan entrepreneurs.
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