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18:56
18:56

Uganda’s Fiscal Deficit Worrying, Finance State Minister Admits 1 4

Musasizi notes that the country’s tax contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is low at only 13.5 percent compared to the government's expenditure which stands around 23 percent, leaving an annual deficit of over 9percent of GDP that must be financed by borrowing.
17:54
17:54

Misconceptions, Land Conflicts Threaten Census Mapping in Northern Region 6 1

UBOS is undertaking the census mapping of all places in the country which includes the documentation of all areas from the smallest unit and marking of all land borders from villages to district levels.
16:07
16:07

Don’t Tamper with Land, Buildings in New Cities-Magyezi Warns District leaders Gulu City 1 4

Magyezi however told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the government has for now halted any transaction of land in the mother districts that are still operating from the city.
19:11
19:11

Defiant Vendors Return to Gulu City Streets Despite Ban Street Vendors 3 1

In the past week, pockets of vendors mainly selling second-hand clothes, shoes, fruits, jerry cans, and plastic bottles have started reappearing on the streets.
16:03
16:03

Cereal Prices Soar in Gulu City Amidst Scarcity prolonged dry spell 1 4

Alfred Ojok, the Chairperson of Produce dealers at Cerelenu Market in Gulu City says the increment in cereal prices this time is the highest they have registered as traders.
18:47
18:47

Heavy Rains Delay Construction of Roads Supported by USMID Program in Gulu City World Bank 2 1

China Railway 18th Bureau (Group) Co. Ltd commenced construction works on the roads valued at 42.9 Billion shillings on July 23 last year with the project meant to end by October 23 this year.
10:00
10:00

Museveni Rallies Youth to Engage in Commercial Farming to Curb Unemployment President Museveni 1 6

President Museveni says the government through the Parish Development Model (PDM) intends to upgrade the young people about 39 percent engaged in subsistence farming into the money economy.
14:57
14:57

Delayed Procurement Stalls Repair of Gulu City Street Lights The World Bank 1

Isiah Tumwesigye, the Gulu City Council Clerk says that the works have been delayed due to the absence of some key components for the street lights.
15:30
15:30

Gulu, Mbarara Cities Lose Bid to Host EAC Trade Fair Gulu City Council 1 2

The two cities had been listed among those identified as the next possible venues for the rotational trade fair that brings together the seven East African Community partner states. The other cities were Kampala and Mbale.
14:50
14:50

Gulu City, Division Leaders Bicker Over Allocation of Space to Evicted Vendors Gulu City Council 3 1

The rift comes a week after the City authorities accompanied by security personnel stopped leaders in Bardege Division from allocating space to accommodate vendors that were last month evicted from major streets.
10:59
10:59

Gulu City to Set Up Weekly Markets for Evicted Street Vendors Gulu City Yard 2 1

According to the resolution, the weekly markets will be held every Wednesday and Friday along Ring Road in Pece-Layibi division and Bardege-Layibi division respectively.
07:12
07:12

Police Block Authorities from Allocating Market Space to Evicted Street Vendors 1 1

More than 600 vendors trading in different merchandise turned up expecting to acquire space but the exercise ended shortly after heavily armed police officers stormed the area in their patrol vehicles and asked all the people to leave.
16:17
16:17

Evicted Street Vendors in Gulu City Offered Market Space 1

Last month, the city authorities forcefully kicked hundreds of vendors from the major streets of the city center citing they were illegally operating. Others evicted included roadside bus operators, pickups, and tricycle operators along Gulu-Kampala Highway.
07:40
07:40

Kiosk Owners in Gulu City Given 1 Month Ultimatum to Vacate Gulu city Council 1 3

Isiah Tumwesigye, Gulu City Council Clerk told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the operation is aimed at restoring trade sanity along the major streets within the city center.
13:53
13:53

UWA to Install 100Kms of Electric Fence in Nwoya 1 1

The plan according to UWA officials is an addition to the current 30 kilometers of electric fence being installed around the National Park boundary with community lands in Oyam and Nwoya Districts.
18:34
18:34

Legislators Caution Gov’t Over Continued Financial Support To Atiak Sugar Factory 1 5

Philip Polly Okin Ojara, the Chua West legislator told journalists at a press briefing on Monday in Gulu City that it was unwise for the government to keep injecting money into a venture that is not bringing in any returns.
15:28
15:28

Trucks Pile at Elegu Border Following Violence In South Sudan 1 Top story

Richard Omony, a businessman in Elegu Town Council, says that buses had started crossing into South Sudan from Uganda but noted that many people weren’t yet sure of their safety.
18:49
18:49

Crops Wither in Acholi as Second Season Rainfall Delays 2

The region hasn’t received adequate rainfall for more than a month now, leaving many farmers distraught as their crops waste away. The crops mainly affected include maize, rice, beans, and groundnuts that were planted in the first farming season.
16:15
16:15

Vendors Abandon Gulu Main Market Lockups Over Poor Access Gulu City Council 1 3

Santo Obura, the Manager of Gulu Market Sacco, who owns an office in the Northern section of the market says accessibility has remained their biggest challenge ever since the market was opened.
17:38
17:38

Can Gulu City Authorities Sustain Directive on Trade Order? Gulu Main Market 1 4

On Monday, Tumwesigye re-echoed to Uganda Radio Network in an interview that they will not relent on the new directive that seeks to ensure traders utilize the available designated business spaces.
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