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16:11
16:11

Vanilla Harvest Guidelines Excite Kasese Farmers

Kasitori Baluku, another farmer in Kyalhumba sub county, says the bigger challenge is with the traders especially early buyers who continue to raid the market in Kasese and lure farmers into selling premature vanilla.
12:26
12:26

Relocation of Airport Taxis Angers Drivers 2 1 Top story

The operators led by their Chairperson, Jackson Sserubidde are now pleading with Civil Aviation Authority to reconsider offering them space close to the main parking of the airport where they can easily pick up travelers to their final destination.
16:10
16:10

Rollout of URA Digital Stamps Suffers Setback cg doris akol 4 1 Top story

Clare Musiime Bakanga, the URA head of change digital tracking solutions, told reporters last month that URA was working with Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) to ensure they minimize revenue leakages, combat illicit trade and money laundering and trace the whereabouts of the product.
12:35
12:35

SGR Funder Doesn’t Want to Look at Us-Finance Minister 3 1 Top story

At least 95% of the cargo coming into Uganda travels by road. This is expensive in terms of the slowness, high insurance premiums because of the high costs involved and the bribes paid to traffic police on the way both inside Kenya and Uganda.
15:58
15:58

Parliament Approves UGX 40.5 Trillion Budget Without Debate 1 3 Top story

Parliament has today in an unprecedented manner passed the coming financial year 2019/2020 budget totaling 40.48 trillion Shillings without debate on the budget committee report. The report was presented on Thursday afternoon by the committee Chairperson Amos Lugoloobi.
12:59
12:59

Katabi Town Council to Tax Casual Labourers 3 1

The decision presented by the Finance Committee Chairperson Imalingat Gaudence also moves to impose taxes on 15 other untaxed enterprises in Katabi as a way of widening the revenue base.
07:53
07:53

Transport Paralysed As River Sezibwa Floods 1 3

Residents and traders are finding hard time to cross through the villages of Busiiba and Nawanjuki to their intended destinations. This was after the river burst its banks due to the heavy rains on Thursday.