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Oct 2021 5 results
21:25
21:25

EAC Tourism Expo Set to Revive Regional Approach to Single Destination

The EAC region lost more than 90 percent in tourism earnings to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Dr Mathuki is confident that the region's tourism activities are now poised for revival, putting the onus on governments and other players in the sector to work together to market the region’s tourist attractions and products
10:16
10:16

Thugs Steal Goods Worth UGX 20 Million from Moving Cargo Truck 1

According to preliminary police findings, the truck driver, Mohamad Zuli was alone when the thugs climbed the truck as it climbed the 2-kilometre lane at Enzeva and cut its padlocks.
09:21
09:21

Three More Irrigation Projects Launched In Kalungu 1 6

Vincent Walugembe, the Chairperson of Kwekulakulanya Agriculture Group, says that they have over 60 acres of land containing coffee and other crops. He says that irrigating their plantations using watering cans has been a time-wasting and tiresome task.
08:02
08:02

Engineers Oppose Ring-Fencing Gov't Projects for Army Unit 1

In his July 1, 2021 letter, the president noted that projects were being delayed mainly due to corruption in the government procurement processes and delays in the procurement processes by the ministries, departments and agencies and the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority, PPDA.
07:42
07:42

Farmers Appeals for Financial Support to Exploit Multi-Million Government Solar Irrigation Scheme 3 1

Each of the planned sites will comprise a water source, transmission pipeline, storage tanks of 87, 000 litres, distribution networks for irrigation, and on-farm irrigation system network. Nexus Green Chief Executive Officer, Rikki Verma says the scheme can support over 30 farmers with five acreages each.
Oct 2021 5 results