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Sep 2021 8 results
22:23
22:23

Carrefour Supermarkets Takes over Shoprite Stores

Shoprite will by the end of the year, lease it's six stores in Uganda to Majid Al Futtaim, who currently operates two stores in Uganda, under the banner of Carrefour
22:09
22:09

Parliament Passes Motion to Rename Wampewo Avenue after BMK 11th Parliament 1 3

Wampewo Avenue stretches from the Jinja road round about Adjacent to the Ministry of Internal Affairs to upper Kololo terrace road, above the airstrip. It is the same avenue where one of his investments; Hotel Africana and BMK Building are located.
18:45
18:45

Operation on Illegal Power Connections Paralyzes Business in Kumi Kumi Municipality 2 3

During the operation, more than 100 business premises were closed as the owners fled on seeing UMEMEM staff accompanied by the police. At
17:42
17:42

Delayed Completion of UGX 22.8Bn Water Project Irks Kagadi Residents 2 3

Construction works of the 22.8 Billion Shillings water project that is also funded by African Development Bank-ADB through the Water Supply and Sanitation Program Phase II (WSSP II) was expected to be completed in one year.
16:40
16:40

EU Ambassadors Court Speaker Oulanyah on DGF Suspension European Union 3 1

The fund which was started to provide well-coordinated support to various entities in Uganda was suspended early this year after President Yoweri Museveni accused the Ministry of Finance of irregularly authorizing funding, to a tune 500 billion Shillings, to be operated exclusively by foreign missions in Uganda.
15:39
15:39

Kazinga Channel Ferry Services Temporarily Suspended, Again 1 1

UNRA started providing ferry services across the channel in June this year, following the temporary closure of the Kazinga Channel Bridge along the Kasese-Katunguru-Ishaka road for emergency rehabilitation works. But the ferry has since been having technical faults.
11:34
11:34

KCCA Rejects Proposal By Mildmay to Conduct Routine COVID-19 Screening in Arcades 1 1 Top story

“This is in a bid to limit the spread of COVID 19 through early detection of the infection of the infection which protects patients and counterparts through early intervention,” reads the letter.
10:46
10:46

Hailstorm Wreaks Havoc in Rukungiri 1 Top story

Allan Muhwezi, another victim says that poverty is lurking at their doors because, without food, development becomes difficult and hard. According to Muhwezi, the hailstorm seriously affected his 4-acre coffee plantation.
Sep 2021 8 results