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10:50
10:50

Gold Miners in Busia Struggling to Pay for Licenses Busia District 2 4

The Mining Associations in Tiira say the cadastre has neither eased their troubles nor reduced the time for accessing services from the directorate.
18:40
18:40

URA Impounds Over 30 Kenyan Trucks along Busia Boarder 2

Kakonge noted that some traders who do cross boarder trade have developed a mentality to use main entrance to enter into Uganda side but after loading goods they instead exit through the porous points a practice which is illegal.
10:21
10:21

Busia Cooperative Society Chairperson Arrested over Misappropriation of UGX 23m 4

BUFA members accused Mayende for conniving with key signitories to withdraw the money in the cooperative's bank which is in Finance trust bank without the consent of the members.
17:36
17:36

Property Valuation of Tororo-Busia Road Works Starts 2

Allan Ssempebwa, the UNRA Spokesperson says that valuation is being conducted by the road acquisition team. He says that the team will ensure that all residents who will be affected by the works will be compensated before the construction work starts.
16:07
16:07

Mineral Protection Police Registers Six Deaths In Gold Pits 2

William James Wandera, a resident of Banda Sub-county, says that the deceased’s set fire to burn stones in the gold pit and died due to loss of oxygen.
11:59
11:59

Brisk Tomato Business Amidst Scarcity In Busia 2 3

The price of one full box has been hiked from 200,000 shillings to 400,000 shillings, while a full basin of tomatoes is currently at 60,000 shillings from previous price which was 20,000 shillings.
15:07
15:07

Busia Fish Farmers Face Shortage of Feeds 3

According to the farmers, they are worried over the fish fingerlings in the ponds whose growth is being retarded and their quality quality deteriorating due to lack of feeds. There's no shop currently selling fish feeds in the area. Those who were selling the feeds in Busia town have diverted to other businesses.
13:39
13:39

Busia Traders Decry Increased Income Tax 3

Suleiman Benzula, the chairman of Busia customs traders association says that over 400 members have abandoned their businesses because of the charges imposed on them by URA. He says that the increment could trigger protests among the affected traders, saying they are overtaxed.
08:52
08:52

Head Teacher in Busia on the Spot Over Missing UGX 24M for School Bus 5

In 2016, parents through the Parent’s Teachers Association agreed to contribute 10,000 Shillings per term per child for the purchase of a school bus.
14:08
14:08

Busia Customs Road too Narrow for Trucks, Border Community Complains 4

The mayor says that they initially made a proposal to UNRA for construction of a three way road entering in Kenya and another one that connects back to Uganda for about 16Kilometers from the one stop boarder post to Busitema junction, to accomodate the trucks that do import and exports of goods as well as changing the face of Busia town to standard in terms of road networks.
13:37
13:37

Agriculture Officials Test Busia’s UGX18B Value Addition Machines 3 4

Danis Magezi, the engineer from MATIP-2 in press briefing on Friday morning at the facility board room says they expect maize mill machine to process at least 2 to 3 tons of Maize per hour, in case of any loophole, they shall ask the contractor to rectify.
06:26
06:26

Busia Fishmongers Hike Price Amidst Scarce Fish Supply 1 3

Eddy Wadenga, a fresh fishmonger at Busia fish market says that they are currently facing scarcity of supply from landing sites because of increased demand.
09:28
09:28

RDC Angry as Contractor Hands Unfinished UGX 25B Busia Market 1 3

Achira says that the period given to the contractor has elapsed and they don't understand as to why whenever they go for monitoring in the market, they find incomplete work.
06:59
06:59

Maize Ban: Produce Stores Remain Closed As Traders Wait For Communication 1 4 Top story

According to the traders, Kenya’s purported lifting of the ban on the importation of Ugandan maize was only reported on social media and there hasn't been any formal communication to them on the matter.
22:39
22:39

Kenya's Maize Import Ban: Busia Traders Lose UGX 5B In Last 3 Days 4 5

Samuel Wakul, another trader says that he exported 15,000 tons of maize worth Shillings 70 million but it has been returned. He says most of the maize is still loaded on trucks due to lack of space to store it and keep its moisture content.
14:59
14:59

Busia Traders Stuck With Metric Tons Of Maize 4 4

Bakhali Magemeso, the General Secretary Busia produce dealers cooperative, says that they are stranded with thousands of metric tons of maize that are loaded on trucks and piled in stores due to lack of market.
11:42
11:42

URA Cleared More Trucks Through Busia Last Year 4

Duncan Kakonge, the URA Manager in-charge of Eastern Region, attributes the increase in traffic to the impact of COVID-19 that restricted informal trade since some traders often prefer using porous border points to import and export goods.
10:08
10:08

Residents Decry Appalling State of Busia-Tororo Road 4 1

The road is dusty and filled with potholes affecting business and traffic flow.
17:22
17:22

Produce Prices Drop In Busia 1 4

A kilogram of Nambaale bean variety has dropped from Shillings 2300 to Shillings 2,100, Yellow and Kanyebwa from Shillings 2800 to Shillings 2600 and Wairimu, which comes from Mutukula now costs Shillings 1820 from Shillings 2000. Soybeans cost Shillings 2,100 from Shillings 2500. The traders are taking soya beans to Lira where it fetches Shillings 2,300.
19:12
19:12

Brisk Bricks Business in Busia 2 4

Abdu Magidu Ogada, a bricks maker at Buchicha ‘B’ village in Sikuda sub-county of Busia district says that they have spared two acres of land specifically for making bricks due to the high demand.
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