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15:14
15:14

Maize Price May Drop as Kenyans Avoid Processed Maize standards 5

Justine Namubiru, the project manager at the East African Grain Council says the foreign dealers do not trust the handling and processing standards by Ugandans and so they prefer to involve themselves right from the farm to the markets.
11:09
11:09

Kampala Likely to Flood More - Report Climate Change 2 6

Launched ahead of the World Cities’ Day 2020, marked today, the reports puts Kampala on the list of 100 other cities that are expected to suffer the greatest rise in water risk problems by 2050. The risks include flooding, drowning, prolonged hot seasons and water scarcity, among others.
15:57
15:57

Busia Traders Protest Impounding of Charcoal 4

According to traders, they don't understand why URA enforcement continously come in the market to impound their charcaol yet they pay local revenue to Municipal council authorities and also get movement permit from forest office.
10:35
10:35

COVID-19: Remittance Flows to Shrink by 14%

The foremost factors driving the decline in remittances include weak economic growth and employment levels in migrant-hosting countries, weak oil prices; and depreciation of the currencies of remittance-source countries against the USD.
07:54
07:54

UNRA Begins Repair of Damaged Kabale-Kisoro Road Hakagyezi 2 4

The repairs on the damaged section of the road started on Thursday.
07:45
07:45

Floodwaters Threaten Ferry Services at Laropi Landing Site 2 2

However, according to officials from the Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA in Moyo, the workers are compacting gravel at the Laropi docking pier to control the water and create a safer landing for the ferry.
07:30
07:30

MPs Query Uninterrupted Power Exports amidst Unstable Local Supply power blackout 1 5

The MPs who were on a field trip to Western Uganda to ascertain the level of electricity penetration in the area, expressed the concern while visiting substations in Masaka, Ntungamo and Kasese districts, where they were told that electricity supply to Rwanda, Tanzania, and Kenya is uninterrupted.