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09:58
09:58

Irregular Subscription Threatens ULGA local governments 1 1

The total annual receipts from district collections as at June 2018 only stood at Shillings 212, 749,998 leaving an outstanding balance of Shillings 514, 750,002. The association only received 24 percent of the total projected annual subscriptions from both districts and sub counties last financial year.
18:07
18:07

Good News, Maize Prices Begin to Stabilize maize grain 1 Top story

Latest market report by FarmGian Africa shows that the maize market price continued to stabilize at between 540-550 shillings per kilo in Kampala.
18:15
18:15

Masaka USMID Road Works Stall over Funds masaka municipality 3 1

Richard Odongo, the project site engineer confirms they have run short of funds to proceed with the project works, arguing that the Municipality has since May delayed their payments despite several certificates of payments submitted to the municipal Town clerk.
18:07
18:07

Nakapiripirit to Recover Excess Salary from Staff salary enhancement 1 1

Richard Okulo, a senior clinical officer in Nakapiripirit who allegedly received an extra 900, 000 shillings denies receiving excess pay in his account. Okulo claims that instead, he was underpaid following the salary enhancements announced by government for health workers.
19:27
19:27

Schools Struggling to Cope with Capitation Grant Cuts simon nangiro 3 1

According to the Ministry of Education and Sports, a sum of 10,000 Shillings is allocated for each pupil under Universal Primary Education, 41,000 is allocated to learners in O-level, and 85,000 allocated to A-level learners in government aided secondary schools.
20:01
20:01

Civil Servants, Politicians Miss Salaries Over Lack of Supplier Number 2

The Kalangala District Chairperson, Willy Lugoloobi, one of those affected by the nonpayment, says the new payment system requires that each person on the government pay roll should have a supplier number generated by the Public Service Ministry.
15:40
15:40

Bukomansimbi Maize Dealers Wait for Government Intervention on Prices maize prices 2 1

Three weeks later, farmers in Bukomansimbi district are still looking for willing buyers of their maize at governments set price in vain.
14:12
14:12

Government Tightens Grip on Money Lenders 4 1

The new law establishes stringent conditions for persons trading as money lenders in Uganda, who are now required to register as corporate entities before transacting business. The law also empowers the Ministry of Finance to put in place a semi-autonomous supervisory body; the Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority, which is now charged with licensing and supervising money lenders.
21:29
21:29

Ugandan Children Deprived of Education- Report ministry of health 1 3

The findings are part of the second End of Childhood report released in commemoration of the Day of the African Child, marked every June 16. The report explores the major reasons why childhood comes to an early end and includes a unique index which ranks 175 countries based on where childhood is most intact and where it is most eroded
15:39
15:39

Govt to Borrow US$ 200M to Renovate Health Center IIIs 1 1

Health Center IIIs are part of the governments referral health system. Every sub-county is expected to host one HCIII led by a senior clinical officer backed by 17 medical workers
13:59
13:59

Naguru Hospital Asks Govt for More Funding ministry of health 2 1 Top story

Dr. Batiibwe says they are unable to use their current budget to put up more buildings.
17:41
17:41

Supermarkets Struggle to Stay in Business, Says EPRC Report bank of uganda

A new report by Makerere University based Economic Policy Research Centre says supermarkets in Uganda are struggling to stay in business.
18:45
18:45

Natural Gas Could Offer A Solution To Uganda's Energy Needs oil and gas sector 2 1

Marshal says Uganda only needs to acquire good technology and to cooperate with governments already experienced in natural gas to move the sector.
12:28
12:28

Stanbic Bank Registers UGX 95 Billion Half Year Profit stanbic bank uganda 2 1

Stanbic Bank Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Mweheire described the results as a solid performance in a challenging but improving economic environment. He said the surge in profit was driven by the Banks support to trade and infrastructure developments with an excess of one trillion Shillings.
18:03
18:03

Report: Uganda's Health Service Still Deficient health services 1 1

Access to basic healthcare in Uganda is still limited and the quality remains low caused by poor health infrastructure across the country, a new study by the Economic Policy Research Centre EPRC says.
16:06
16:06

Finance: No Money for Elections in New Districts electoral commison 3

The Secretary to the Treasury Keith Muhakanizi has said that Government does not have the 12 billion shillings required to conduct elections in the newly created districts.
14:49
14:49

Land Probe Runs Out of Money wet lands 2 1 Top story

Bamugemereire notes that the Commission has reached out to the Lands Ministry on the funding problems in vain.
12:44
12:44

Tax Commissioner Explains Low Funding to Agriculture money released 1 2

The sector, which employs approximately 69 percent of the population and contributes 26 percent to the GDP, will receive an allocation of 828 billion Shillings in the financial year 2017-2018.
19:01
19:01

Govt Borrows UGX900 Billion in 2016/17 Fiscal Year uganda debts 2 1

State Minister for Economic Planning, David Bahati, now says the government has actually borrowed 900 billion shillings domestically instead of the promised 612 billion shillings.
16:12
16:12

Experts Warn Against 'Unbalanced Budget' Allocations health budget 2 1 Top story

Francis Kamulegeya, the Country Senior Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Uganda outlines improved accessibility to markets and social services, reduced transport costs, increased production, improved trade, industrial growth and job creation as some of the priorities the budget should focus on.
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