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In today's New Vision: Fishermen sucked into gold rush

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Added 21st April 2017 06:51 AM

Many fishermen have abandoned fishing after striking gold on Lake Victoria. Details on this and many more stories in today's edition.

In today's New Vision: Fishermen sucked into gold rush

Many fishermen have abandoned fishing after striking gold on Lake Victoria. Details on this and many more stories in today's edition.

PIC: An artisanal miner extracting gold from ore using mercury at Simase fishing village

NEWSPAPER SNEAK-PEEK


Hello and good morning to you all to this fine Friday. A quick look at what you should expect in today's edition of Uganda's leading daily, New Vision, which you can also read online in full HERE.


LC POLLS, NEW TOWN COUNCILS

The Government has finally earmarked sh25b for LC elections.
Find the timetable for the polls inside, and whether a secret ballot or lining up will be used.
 
We have a list of the new town councils that have been created. Do not miss it.

TAXES, FEMALE HEALTH WORKERS & STRIKING GOLD

 

Find out why MPs want tax incentives to foreign investors reviewed and what they have proposed.
 
New Vision brings you a list of Ugandan female health workers who have won global awards. The details are inspiring.
 
Many fishermen have abandoned fishing after striking gold on Lake Victoria. Will this finally save the lake and the fish stocks?
Find out where this gold mine is, now big it is estimated to be and how many fishermen have been sucked into the gold rush.

UGANDA-QATAR RELATIONS
 
Uganda will open an investment office in Doha, Qatar. Find inside what the President said about the role of this office. Get details on Museveni's visit to this rich Arab state and how Uganda will benefit from it.

 

SH80M WEDDING UP FOR GRABS!
 
Vision Group Bride & Groom magazine will give away a wedding of sh80m. Get details on how you can win yourself this grand wedding.

 

CJ'S DAUGHTER, KCCA DIRECTIVE

In an interesting narration, the Chief Justice has revealed how his daughter trapped a state attorney over extortion.
 
KCCA starts a fresh move to evict Kampala's street preachers.
We bring you the fresh reasons for the ban and why it failed in the earlier drive. Get reactions from the public, religious leaders and the preachers.

COMMENTARY SECTION

 

 

IN THIS WEEK'S PAKASA . . .

 

 

IN SPORTS . . .

 

So, what are you waiting for? Grab yourself a copy of the New Vision OR just sit back, relax and read the paper online HERE

 

 

 

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