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Efforts by educationists to block the recently restored income tax on private schools have hit a snag.
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      Despite an injection of sh180b to ease scarcity, the shilling lost 0.3% against the dollar on Wednesday with some traders saying yields on the recent 2 year and 10 year Treasury bond could signal lower yields going into February
        HOUSEHOLDS which are still using analogue television sets have barely three months to upgrade to digital if they are to continue watching television
          Apple's quarterly profit rocketed to a corporate record $18 billion at the end of last year on booming sales of big-screen iPhone s, especially in China.
            Some of the ivory seized by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) officials at Entebbe International last week is believed to have been part of the stock stolen from their stores in Kampala.
              Drenched in sweat, the women wear serious faces as they squeeze local brew out of sorghum dregs, in the middle of the town. The men are playing cards, others sleeping under trees.
                Ugandans living in the diaspora are to set up a coordinating office that will help monitor their investments back home.
                  The Uganda Revenue Authority posted a sh24.3b tax collection surplus between July and December 2014, for the first time in more than four years, credited to strict tax controls and administration.
                    RETIRED civil servants will have their gratuity and pension arrears paid before the end of this financial year, thanks to the stringent reforms that have seen the finance ministry save over sh200b
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