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08:36
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Co-ops Tipped on Transformation Through Agricultural Tourism cooperative 5 1

Leonard Okello, the Chief Executive Officer at the Institute says this was one of the reasons that they decided on a fully paid trip for the most innovative cooperative society, to one of the top tourism centres in the country.
08:59
08:59

Uganda's Energy Stability Now in Sight - Gov't 1 4

The government has only the fuel reserves in Jinja which have a capacity of just over 10 million litres of diesel and about 20 million for petrol, yet the country's consumption is estimated at almost 7 million litres per day.
08:36
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Uganda's Oil Value Not Affected By Delays - Minister Nankabirwa 5 1

At least 300 kilometers of pipes have already been delivered in Dar es Salaam, as the actual laying of the pipeline commences next month is according to Minister Ruth Nankabirwa
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Government Launches New National Physical Development Plan 5 1 Top story

The pan will ensure better utilization of the land and other natural resources in the country.
10:01
10:01

NSSF Funded Company to Market Farmers' Produce 4

Antonio Querido, the FAO Country Representative in Uganda says the country is among the most vulnerable and that there is need to put adequate focus on areas that may enhance this vulnerability.
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09:45

UDB In Joint Partnership With Top Institutions to Train Women, Youth Entrepreneurs 1 3

The program is designed to prepare enterprises to become investor ready, marketable to financial institutions to attract cheap and patient capital, and enhance their sustainability.
07:16
07:16

Gov't Programs Hit With UGX 3 Trillion Funding Gap government

In the first seven months of 2023/2024, government expenditure was 20.68 trillion, out of the 24 trillion that had been planned, with interest payments shooting by 47 billion beyond the budgeted.
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US Gov't Gives UGX 95bn for Refugees Assistance

The USAID Spokesperson, Jessica Jennings said her country was committed to non-discriminatory aid programs to Uganda despite the passing of the anti homosexuality law and the ruling by the court upholding it.
08:03
08:03

City Trader’s Protests Fueled By Politicians-Police Fred Enanga 1

“Whereas the protest is purely business and tax related, what our intelligence is gathering is that some politicians are trying to hijack the concerns from the business community to turn them into a countrywide civil uprising,” said Enanga.
07:34
07:34

PS Ssali Didn't Slap Legal Officer-Trade Ministry State Minister 1

"Ms. Sandra's unnecessary aggression caused the Security team of the Permanent Secretary and that of the Ministry to restrain her from getting physical while unfortunately continuing to shout and insult the team head," says the head of human resources.
13:21
13:21

ICPAU to Gazette Qualified Accoutants to Fight Quacks

The Accountants Act, 2013 states that person, shall not practice accountancy in Uganda without a certificate of practice issued under section 28 or 29, and provides a prison term of up to 34 months or a fine of 500 currency points or both.
13:10
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Business Was Low in March- Private Sector 1

According to the Stanbic Bank PMI, there was an overall decline in the business environment driven by renewed contractions in output and new orders, as customer demand was reportedly hampered by less money in circulation and reduced purchasing power.
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BoU Writes to URSB over Crane Bank, Wants Name Changed

The Central Bank now seeks to have Crane Bank Ltd cease using the word “Bank” in its name, citing Section 7 of the Financial Institutions Act which prohibits the use of the word unless a company is licensed and operating as a bank.
07:36
07:36

To Have Or Not To Have A Ugandan CEO At A Top Bank 1

This debate is neither isolated nor new, as similar complaints, comments and reactions have persisted over the choice of heads of hotels, commercial banks, and to a lesser extent, telecommunications companies.
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14:35

Entebbe Records 6,000 Passengers Daily for Three Consecutive Months COVID-19 pandemic 1 1

Statistics availed by Vianney Mpungu Luggya, the Manager Public Affairs at the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority – UCAA reveals that the number included 93,884 and 83,483 departing and arriving passengers respectively.
11:17
11:17

Balancing Climate Financing and Taming Rising Debt, Gov't Dilemma 5

Uganda plans to spend 109 Trillion shillings, with commitment to raise 16 trillion of this between 2022 and 2030, for climate mitigation activities, yet it has to control the debt from rising to unsustainable levels.
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10:30

The Vital Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Boosting Road Safety Awareness

Uganda's road safety crisis has continued to worsen by the day, as highlighted in the Annual Crime Report 2023, and therefore underscores the urgency of such partnership initiatives.
09:05
09:05

Equity Group Forecasts Sustained Regional Growth as Bank Posts Huge Profit 1

Equity Bank Group, which is also listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange, is paying shareholders UGX 439 billion in dividends at 117 each.
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Kenya Gives Greenlight to UNOC to Start Importing Petroleum Products 1 3 Top story

It follows a meeting between Kenya’s President, Dr. William Ruto, and Dr. Ruth Nankabira Ssentamu, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development in Nairobi on Monday. The meeting resolved loggerheads after Uganda was denied usage of the Kenya Pipeline Company – KPC facility to move its refined petroleum products from Mombasa Port.
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08:59

Competition, Not Regulations Leading to Downgrade of Banks – BoU 1 1

Tumubweine Twinemanzi, the Executive Director Supervision at the Central Bank, dismissed the claims that it was these requirements that were driving institutions into downgrading.
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