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Aug 2022 6 results
11:51
11:51

Fort Portal City Halts Relocation of Timber Dealers Citing Limited Funding 2 1

Moses Otimong, the Fort Portal City Town clerk told our reporter in an interview that although the city authorities had proposed to shift all timber-related business to the Harubaho ward by the end of this financial year, the exercise could not proceed as planned due to the failure by the city to raise UGX 50 million to prepare the proposed site.
11:39
11:39

Ministry of Finance Preparing UGX 300 Billion Supplementary Budget for Food Production 2

According to Tumwebaze, they have identified private farmers mainly from Nwoya district where there are still large tracts of land as key partners to implement the project.
11:21
11:21

Debt Management Transparency: Government Hiding Debt Figures- Experts national debt 3

Stephen Birahwa Mukitale says the government should define indebtedness not as directly borrowed funds or loans, but that all financial liability should be taken into account. Birahwa is also concerned that many items are left out, including recoverable costs in the oil and gas industry.
09:44
09:44

EACOP Is Locally Insured-Insurance Regulatory Authority Boss 1 1 Top story

According to Lubega, ICOGU has begun underwriting the oil and gas projects in the Albertine including the pipeline from Uganda to the Port of Tanga in Tanzania. “We have policies on the pipeline, on Tilenga, on Kingfisher and this gives us hope moving forward,” said Lubega.
09:08
09:08

Soroti Fruit Factory Sets Three- Year Expansion Plan Soroti City 1 1

By the time of its establishment in 2019, statistics suggested that Teso sub-region had more than eight million fruit trees to support the production of juice. But when the factory started production, less than half of the farmers in Teso were able to supply fruits to the factory.
07:54
07:54

Ministry of Works Deploys Military to Stop Theft of Rail Sleepers, Materials 3 1

According to Gen. Katumba, unpatriotic people target sleepers and rails to sell to aluminum companies while locals target ballasts such as gravel stones for construction at their homesteads which slows down works besides vandalizing the line.
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