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16:49

MPs Turn Away URA Officials over UGX 100bn for Digital Stamps 8

The digital stamps are part of the additional budget proposed in financial year 2019/2020 that has been submitted to the budget committee.
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16:21

Committee Suggests Ex-gratia Payment for Traders with no Proof of Supply to S. Sudan south sudan

The proposal is contained in the report of the committee which has been scrutinizing the payment of 41 billion Shillings to 10 Ugandan companies. The committee was set up after a government request for parliamentary approval to clear a debt of 151 billion Shillings owed to Ugandan traders and companies by the South Sudan government.
19:51
19:51

Working With Idi Amin : A Tale of Two Ministers archives centre 4 1 Top story

Professor Edward Rugumayo who served as the Minister of Education under Amin says the late former President was not foreign to Uganda. He says Amin's actions were a product of the colonial army then characterized by brutality.
19:03
19:03

Mixed Reactions on Proposal to Parliament to Pay Journalists Monthly Allowances 5 2

Journalists accredited to cover Parliament have today expressed mixed reactions to the proposal that Parliament should consider paying them monthly top-up allowances.
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15:28

Adjumani MPs Want Oulanyah Withdrawn from Apaa-Probe Committee parliament 1 4

The dispute started in 2012 when the Adjumani district council gazetted the area as East Madi Game Reserve, a move which was opposed by authorities in Amuru district, who equally claimed rights over the same land. It has taken twists and turns over the years, resulting in loss of lives and property.
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19:57

Gov't Seeks Approval of UGX 1.7 Trillion Loan for Oil Roads ministry of finance 1

Government is seeking a parliamentary approval to borrow 1.7 trillion shillings ($456m) from the Export-Import (Exim) Bank of China for the upgrade and Construction of National Oil Roads.
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18:20

Kadaga, Commissioners Disagree on Payment of OTT for MPs social media tax 3 1

The Speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga says she doesn’t believe that the public should pay OTT for the MPs. While addressing journalists at parliament on Thursday, Kadaga promised to find out those behind the decision and scrutinize the contract.