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20:27
20:27

Government Reinstates Mandatory Vehicle Inspection 2 1

In 2016, government contracted Swiss firm, Société Générale De Surveillance SGS to conduct mandatory vehicle inspection to ascertain their road worthiness with the aim of reducing carnage on Ugandan roads.
18:19
18:19

MPs Question BoU Operations without Deputy Governor bank of uganda 1 1 Top story

The Microfinance State Minister, Haruna Kasolo Kyeyune told Parliament that he has alerted the president on the matter and will respond soon. He also allayed the fears of the legislators, saying all is moving on well in the Central Bank.
17:33
17:33

Report: Most Ugandans Stuck with Poor Quality Jobs job creation 1 1 Top story

Dino Merotto, World Bank Economist and lead author of the report, said Uganda still has to create at least one million jobs each year from 2030, an increase from the current demand of 660,000 a year.
17:09
17:09

Thugs Hack Chapati Vendor In Gulu to Death 1

Nshekampora Diogen, a mansion at the site where the body was found, says the body had multiple cuts an indication that the deceased could have been killed using machetes
16:35
16:35

How IGG Probe Cost Professor Joloba Mak Principal's Job investigation 1 Top story

Despite scoring highly, the search committee, declined to recommend Professor Moses Joloba for appointment on grounds that there were several complaints against him. However, the committee noted that there was no conclusive report on the status of the complaints as well as disciplinary action by either management or Appointments Board.
14:41
14:41

Anne Juuko Appointed New Stanbic Chief Executive Anne Juuko 1

Juuko will replace Patrick Mweheire that has been the chief executive since 2015 but is now heading to Nairobi Kenya to be the regional chief executive for Stanbic operations for Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Tanzania.
07:55
07:55

Mobile Money Agents Decry Poor Relations with Telecom Companies 3 1

Nyombi explained that mobile money agents face a number of challenges including increased insecurity in the form of kidnaps, robberies and illegal transfer of cash from their accounts. The association has over 180,000 agents across the East African region. However, Nyombi says that the association has tried to engage the managers of the telecom companies in vain.
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