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14:31

Ugandans Lost UGX192bn to Hackers in 2018 - Survey cyber security 2 1

For Uganda, some of the banks attacked choose to keep quiet, many fearing reputational damage that may drive customers away. Also, even when an issue is reported, successful prosecution is still low. For instance, while 15% of the cases were reported in 2018, only 5% were successfully prosecuted.
20:29
20:29

MPs Demand Budget for New Cities, Electoral Road Map 4

Lugoloobi tasked Bahati to explain why the NBFP doesn’t have actual expenditures for the five unfunded critical areas.
20:11
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Cabinet Approves Signing Of Several Air Service Agreements uganda airlines 1 1 Top story

The agreements permit airlines of contracting countries to operate commercial flights that cover the transport of passengers and cargo between those two countries.
19:56
19:56

KCCA Law Enforcement Team Improves Operation Methods City Hall court 3

According to Robert Kalumba the Deputy Spokesperson of KCCA, the enforcement officers have been given more training in client care and continued to monitor them to ensure compliance. He says that they have also stoped them from chasing after people and bundling them on KCCA trucks. He however says they have continued with law enforcement to maintain order in the City.
18:30
18:30

UNBS Closes City Bakeries over Poor Hygiene 1

The bakeries include that of Capital Shoppers in Ntinda and Nakawa branches, Tuskys supermarket Ntinda and Nansana branches, and Mega Standard on Burton Street. Others are S&S supermarket in Nkumba and Outlet bakery at freedom city.
17:23
17:23

Minister Bahati Makes U-turn On Petroleum Fund 2 1

Appearing before the budget committee on Tuesday, Bahati backtracked, saying that the fund has a balance of 70 billion shillings.
17:32
17:32

Uganda’s Beef Gets Nod at The UK-Africa Investment Summit 1 Top story

Uganda’s beef is ranked favourably around the world because of its yellow fat that does not contain cholesterol mainly because the cows are naturally grazed, says Uganda Investment Authority.
11:32
11:32

Museveni, Kagame to Meet in London 1

If it goes ahead, this will be the first meeting for the Presidents since last August when they met in Luanda, Angola and signed a Memorandum of Understanding intended to resolve a dispute that has seen the border between two countries closed for at least a year.
14:32
14:32

Wandegeya Tailors Ask Makerere For Business to Supply Graduation Gowns Makerere University 2 2

A number of the tailors who this reporter interviewed said the university should learn from the 70th graduation gown mess and allow them an opportunity to supply in the next graduation ceremonies.
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18:39

Corruption Has Turned Uganda into a Dark Country - Prof. Suruma School of Law 5 2

According to Professor Suruma, education without compassion and integrity is not enough. He urged the graduands and citizens to start instilling values right from homes if they want a clean and fair society.
18:18
18:18

Supreme Court Declines to Halt Buganda Ground Rent Collections Kabaka 1 1

The Supreme Court Judge Dr Esther Kisakye has declined to halt the ground rent collections in Buganda Kingdom.
14:42
14:42

Uganda Protests to Kenya Over Seizure of Milk milk products 1

Uganda says Kenya has so far confiscated of 54,310kg of powder milk valued at USD 203,630 (Shs753m) and 262,632 litres of UHT milk valued at USD 157,106 (Shs 581m).
12:44
12:44

PPDA Opens Audit in Makerere University Gowns Procurement Deal 2 1

Uthman Ssegawa, the PPDA acting executive director, told reporters in Kampala on Thursday that the gowns procurement was below 1 billion shillings which means it should have gone to local manufacturers.
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20:33

Dunamiscoins Scam Victims Seek Compensation from Government money lending 4 1

Records indicate that more than 1,000 customers from around the country had deposited money ranging from one million to 800 million Shillings, upon being promised a 40 per cent return on investment. At the time of its closure, the company had collected an estimated 10 billion Shillings from the public.
15:44
15:44

Auditor General Queries Absence of Petroleum Investment Framework Petroleum Fund 4 1

The Auditor General John Muwanga noted that although the government appointed the Investment Advisory Committee (IAC), there is no approved Petroleum Revenue Investment Policy (PRIP) and Investment framework to guide operations of the petroleum revenue.
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14:14

UGX 20b Challenge Fund for Youth Employment Launched 2 1

Gerrit Ribbink, the senior consultant entrepreneur told reporters on Wednesday that the fund targets sizeable projects that are able to create at least 250 jobs. Also, the company or organization applying must be able to fund 50 per cent of its total project and then the fund can take care of the reminder.
19:02
19:02

Two Charged for Possessing Contraband Cosmetics 2

Court heard that on January 7th 2020 while in Kyabuyoro village in Kanungu District, Tumwijukye was found in possession of 185 cartons of assorted contraband cosmetics from the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC worth Shillings 9 million.
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16:51

Groups Helped Female Farmers in Northern Uganda Increase Tractor Usage-Study 1 1

The study, published on Tuesday, found that when women were organized in village groups and Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations-Saccos, they overcame some of the limitations that were stopping them from using tractors in their farming, including the issue of small acreages.
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11:45

Joseph N. Biribonwa Appointed NIRA Board Chairperson Bemanya Twebaze 1 Top story

Joseph Biribonwa, the former Vice Chairman of the Electoral Commission, boasts of more than 40 years of professional experience, in the area of democracy and governance, management and administration and finance and corporate governance.
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Uganda’s Oil Sector Suffering from Political Interference – Researchers 1

Writing a chapter in a recently published book on Uganda’s oil sector, Dr Badru Bukenya, an academic at Makerere University and Jaqueline Nakayiza, an independent researcher, observed that “within Uganda’s oil sector, informal institutions and arrangements tend to prevail over rules-based approaches.”
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