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14:43
14:43

NRM Candidates Demand Facilitation to Battle Opposition Rivals government 1 3 Top story

Speaking during the launch of the NRM party manifesto at Jinja city conference hall on Saturday, the NRM candidates said they are financially constrained because of the just concluded primary elections. They argued that it is hard for them to battle their rivals from other political parties, most of whom are using money to win over voters.
13:19
13:19

Pilgrims Choir Leaders Differ on Controversial Sale of Church Music platform 1

The hymns are being advertised by Painters Records, a Kampala-based music-recording studio, on their Facebook page, where links are availed to those who want to download or listen to them at a cost. The links lead to online music-streaming platforms that include iTunes, Deezer, Tidal, Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon.
18:56
18:56

Schools Embrace Virtual Engagements in the Face of COVID-19 country 5

President Yoweri Museveni ordered the closure of schools as one of the measures to control the spread of coronavirus, which, according to experts, moves faster in large gatherings. At the time of the closure, the learners were just half way into the term which started on February 4, 2020 and was due to end on May 1, 2020.
13:46
13:46

Mak Legal Costs Shoot to UGX 63bn people 1

The costs stem from 50 cases against the University.
17:55
17:55

Museveni Tasks Police Managers to Improve Public Image corruption 3 1

In a message delivered by the Internal Affairs Minister, General, Jeje Odongo during the opening of a two day’s police performance review meeting in Jinja district on Thursday, Museveni asked the police leadership to totally eliminate murders and robberies that have reduced public trust in the institution.
17:05
17:05

Makerere Bookshop Relocates to Nkrumah Road president museveni 2 3 Top story

Information from Makerere University shows that the old book shop space is now home to the Julius Nyerere Leadership Center JNLC, which is meant to serve as a cross - generation platform.
16:07
16:07

BoU: Mobile Money Taxes are Unfair and Discriminative bank of uganda 2

Abuka noted that although placing a charge on mobile money withdrawals would increase revenue, the tax is inefficient, uncertain and complex. He explained that the mobile money levy goes against tax policy
18:22
18:22

Social Media Tax Hampers Communication Among Deaf PWDs people 3

Apparently, the PWDs are unable to access the video calls without paying the Shillings 200 social media tax each day. Deborah Iyute, the Programs Officer the National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda is one of those using video calls for her communication.
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