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16:33
16:33

Museveni Rejects 'Unclear' Loans Amounting to UGX 1.4 Trillion President Museveni 1

However, in a letter dated April 4, 2020, the president rejected the loan on the forest and resilience landscape project and the additional financing for intergovernmental fiscal transfers. He said he has a problem with the Ministry's lack of seriousness and failure to use clear language in seeking for the loan.
16:18
16:18

Gas, Processed Milk to be Exempted from Taxes 2020/21 budget 1 1 Top story

Processed milk and LPG gas have been paying 18 per cent VAT meaning their sellers have been factoring that percentage while setting prices, effectively making it more expensive for a lot of Ugandans.
14:29
14:29

Bank of Uganda Further Cuts Growth Forecast to 2% 1

BoU Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile said even this growth will depend on how the economy is opened up from the lockdown imposed to stem the spread of coronavirus disease. It would also depend on how the public will comply with the social distancing rules to ensure cases don’t surge again calling for more lockdown, Mutebile said
11:59
11:59

Amolatar District Registers 95% Increase in Fish Stock 4

The government banned fishing activities on all Uganda water bodies in May 2019 to improve the fish stocks and reorganise the sector. As a result, a number of districts have reported improvements in fish stock, which have been attributed to the intervention of the Fisheries Protection Unit.
11:20
11:20

Busia Taxi Drivers Shift Operations to Neighboring Districts 3

The affected areas include the areas of Busia and Malaba, on the Kenyan border, Kyotera - on the Tanzanian border, parts of West Nile that border with both South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lamwo and Amuru, that border the South Sudan border through Elegu, as well as Kabale and Kisoro, on the border with Rwanda, among others.
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