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18:27
18:27

Umeme Reduces Electricity Tariffs

This is after the Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) approved new End-User Tariffs to be charged by Umeme Limited for the supply of Electrical Energy in the Billing Period from July to September 2021.
17:24
17:24

Market Vendors Stuck with Food Commodities Despite Drop in Prices 2 3

Robert Kiggundu, a vegetable vendor in Kalerwe market says there are no customers to buy his produce. He explains that he used to sell in bulk to hotels, schools and restaurants around Kampala, but some have closed due to the lockdown.
16:42
16:42

Masaka Vendors Protest Delays to Complete UGX 18B Market Masaka City Council 1

Frank Tumwebaze, the Chairperson on Masaka Market Vendors Cooperative says that the failure by the contractors to complete and hand over the market has frustrated vendors, who are tired of operating in open space.
12:29
12:29

Mbale Central Market Vendors Demand for Mosquito Nets 5 2

Last week, the Mbale City task force threatened to close the market should the vendors fail to adhere to the presidential directive. Muhammad Wedala, a dealer in produces says that they were promised nets which they are yet to receive.
12:10
12:10

Taxi Driver Buried Alive in Luweero Sand Mine as Covid-19 Lockdown Bites uganda govt. 1

Kisanga village LC 1 chairman Robert Kavuma tells Uganda Radio Network -URN that the deceased was working in the taxi business in Kampala from where he relocated on becoming jobless when the second Covid-19 lockdown was announced and was now trying his hand at sand mining in the village as a way of earning a living
06:40
06:40

Tororo Cement on Spot over Surface Rights in Moroto Mines 3

During the acquisition of the site at Kosiroi where limestone exploration has been ongoing for the past 18 years, the landowners had fled the place due to insecurity and any negotiations for surface rights agreement remained inconclusive.
06:19
06:19

Another Mass Eviction Looming for Kassanda Artisanal Miners 1

The group under Kitumbi Small Scale and Artisanal Miners’ Association has been given up to November 3, 2021, to voluntarily vacate the place or be forcefully evicted. They are operating in a mining area covering over 8.716 square kilometres which were licensed in 2002 to Kisita Mining Company.
Jul 2021 7 results