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07:42
07:42

Gender Committee Approves NSSF Mid-Term Access Parliament 2 1

Parliament’s Gender Labour and Social Development Committee has approved the 20% midterm access for National Social Security Fund (NSSF) savers aged 45 and have saved for 10 years.
16:52
16:52

PWDs Want 50% NSSF Midterm Access at 40 Parliament 3 1

The bill which had been passed by the 10th parliament allowed persons with disabilities access to 75 per cent of accrued benefits after a year with no job, and granted access to 20 per cent of accrued benefits to the other savers who clock 45 or those who have saved for at least 10 years.
22:01
22:01

No Money for Mid-Term Access –NSSF MD Parliament 5 1

According to Byarugaba NSSF currently has investments in the East African Community including money lent to the government in bonds.
19:41
19:41

Parliament Approves Mid-Term Access to NSSF Savings NSSF Bill 2 1 Top story

In September last year MPs disagreed over the clauses relating to midterm access and the supervision of the funds. At the initial stages of the Bill, the government wanted the Ministry of Finance to supervise the fund, which had earlier been transferred to the Gender docket.
19:22
19:22

Gov't Seeks More Time on NSSF Bill MInistry of Finance 4 1

The government has told Parliament that it needs more time to consult on the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Amendment Bill 2019 especially on which Ministry should supervise the funds.
19:19
19:19

NSSF, Finance Ministry Sabotaging Midterm Access-Lyomoki nssf bill 4 1

Workers MP Sam Lyomoki has said there are plans to sabotage the National Social Security (NSSF) amendment Bill 2019 that seeks to allow for midterm access for member’s savings.
20:11
20:11

NSSF Proposes to Manage National Health Insurance Scheme health committee 1 3

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has proposed to act as a collection channel for the formal sector contributions of the National Health Insurance scheme that is in offing.
12:31
12:31

Kenyan firm Joins Uganda's Pension Sector nssf 1

Unlike National Social Security Fund, Enwealth says it will target Small and Medium Enterprise market in Uganda.The firm has targeted the SME market in 12 other countries in Africa.
07:21
07:21

Oulanyah Orders Gov't to Table Amendments to NSSF Act Next Week state minister 3

Following Nakiwalas presentation to parliament on Wednesday, Oulanyah gave the minister a week to table the draft bill for the first reading or else he will allow discussion of Dr. Lyomokis motion.
21:46
21:46

Parliament Pauses Debate on Lyomoki's NSSF Motion deputy director 4

The Deputy Speaker, Oulanyah delivered his ruling asking Nakiwala to provide proof that the Bill is being considered by the First Parliamentary Counsel.
14:49
14:49

Former NSSF Boss Jamwa's Case Flops david mpanga 1

Supreme Court Registrar Godfrey Anguandia Opifen in his letter dated July, 17th, 2018 to the DPP and Jamwas lawyers notes that the cases which were supposed to be heard today will be fixed at a convenient date because the justices handling the matter are not around.
15:18
15:18

Ex-NSSF Managing Director Chandi Jamwa Granted Bail david jamwa 1 1

Delivering the ruling, Godfery Opefen, the registrar of the Supreme Court released Jamwa on 10 million shillings cash bail while each of his five sureties non-cash bail of 500 million shillings.
07:21
07:21

Court Reinstates NSSF Deputy MD Geraldine Ssali to Office richard byarugaba 1

The reinstatement by Justice Stephen Musota followed her successful application challenging the move by NSSF board that sent her on a forced leave on March 13 to allow investigations into claims of insubordination and failure to follow company rules on her part.
11:05
11:05

Preparations in High Gear for Bakoko's Return zoe bakoko bakoru 2 2

Preparations are in top gear in Ayivu County in Arua district ahead of the expected return of Zoe Bakoko Bakoru, the former area Member of Parliament and Gender, Labor and Social Development Minister.
16:37
16:37

NSSF Defends Purchase of Umeme Shares umeme contract 3

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has today defended the purchase of Umeme shares worth 34 billion Uganda Shillings in May 2014 after parliament had recommended the termination of its contract. Geraldine Ssali, the acting Managing Director NSSF, today reaffirmed that they had followed the procedure when the additional shares were purchased. Ssali further said that there were no indications from cabinet and the Ministry of Finance that the Umeme concession was going to be terminated.
10:48
10:48

Govt Slow On Pension Liberalization – Kiwanuka pension bill 3

The opening up of the pensions sector that could see National Social Security Fund (NSSF) get some competition has pulled two sides of the debate further apart. The liberalization process would see NSSF cede at least 5percent of contributions to other players and members would also be allowed to save money with a pension fund of their choice.
16:47
16:47

We Were Mindful Of The Risks Of Investing In Umeme – NSSF

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has confirmed that it has invested 34 billion Uganda Shillings of member funds in Umeme to increase its shareholding from 8.11percent to 14.27percent. In a press statement confirming the purchase of shares, Geraldine Ssali Busulwa, the acting Managing Director, said that Umeme had delivered good returns for the Fund since the investment was made in 2012.
09:19
09:19

NSSF Increases Stake In Umeme To 14% igg

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Uganda has increased its shareholding in Umeme to 14.27percent after purchasing an additional 100 million shares at 34 billion Uganda Shillings. With this transaction, the value of shares NSSF owns in the power distributing company increases from 48 billion to 78.8 billion Uganda Shillings.
11:21
11:21

Govt Borrows UGX 700B to Cover-up For Revenue Shortfalls nssf 2

This increases the amount it borrowed from the domestic market to 1.7 trillion Uganda Shillings in 2013/14 instead of 1.02trillion Uganda Shillings. Dr Louis Kasekende, the Bank of Uganda (BOU) Deputy Governor, explained that the government had approached them to issue more government debt in 2013/14. BOU borrows the money on behalf of the government.
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