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21:30
21:30

East African Civil Aviation Academy Decries Underfunding Parliament 1 1

Turyamubona told the committee that the school is continuing to struggle because of underfunding. He added that currently six of the aircraft are grounded due to lack of maintenance.
19:08
19:08

Bankers Oppose Planned Cash Withdrawal Tax

The bankers’ association says it was wrong for the Ministry of Finance not to involve the bankers since they were the ones who would implement the decision.
18:43
18:43

Diseases Affecting Coffee Business in Kyenjojo 1 2

Farmers say the most common type of diseases is the Coffee Berry Disease, which attacks the plants until they dry up and the berries fall off before maturing.
18:36
18:36

Masaka City Council Struggling to Delivery Services Citing Funding Challenges 2

Behangane says the delay to change their vote from the municipality to city council has affected service delivery.
18:11
18:11

Bars Operating Behind Closed Doors COVID-19 Pandemic 1 1

Uganda Radio Network-URN established that some of the bars that have been openly operating are owned by security personnel attached to the president’s office and Uganda People’s Defence Force-UPDF.
17:34
17:34

Japan Gives Uganda UGX 135.6 Billion for Yumbe-Manibe Road Works Refugee settlement 1

Japanese ambassador to Uganda, Hidemoto Fakuzawa, said at the signing of the exchange notes with Finance minister, Matia Kasaija, that the project is intended to improve National Road in Refugee-Hosting Areas of West Nile Sub-region. This covers the Yumbe-Manibe road which is in bad conditions and hampers smooth transportation of goods and people.
17:07
17:07

Total Uganda Evaluates Residual Land In Ten Districts For Compensation 1 5

According to Stella Amony, the Communications Officer –Total E&P Uganda, has confirmed the exercise saying it commenced in November last year and will be concluded in March this year.
13:45
13:45

Non-Formal Skills Training Program Excites Students youth empowerment 1 4

The government program which will be conducted in vocational institutions starting February to April 2021, across the country at a free cost is meant to empower the youths will skills that enable them to sustain themselves in life.
13:03
13:03

Private Sector Accuse Politicians of Fighting Taxation Sector 4

URA officials also agree that some politicians are discouraging taxation, citing areas along the borders. The politicians in these areas claim that if government abolished smuggling, for example, the residents would starve, because that is their main source of livelihood.
10:26
10:26

Kitagwenda Emyooga Beneficiaries Protest Underfunding 2

According to Fred Musinga, the Kitagwenda district Commercial Officer, the district has 600 associations but it received 500 million shillings a week ago. He says each group is consisting of between seven and 30 members
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