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Civil Societies commend finance ministry...

The Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) coordinator Julius Mukunda commended the ministry for always availing to Ugandans the entire budget-related...

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Are we having white elephants?

New Vision TV broadcasts an excerpt on health from the discussion that brought together civil society, financial sector players, educationalists and the...

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Full Bulletin: What does the the budget mean...

New Vision TV will broadcast excerpts from the Thursday discussion that brought together civil society, financial sector players, educationalists and the...

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Full Bulletin: Nine in the race to replace...

9 are in the race to replace Britain's outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May after one was dropped.

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Full Bulletin: Analysing the 2019/2020 national...

New Vision TV take a look at the breakdown of the crucial sectors in this year’s budget.

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BUDGET: A lot has been done, a lot still...

The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) is expected to collect about sh16 trillion a far cry from the sh777b that was projected to be collected in the 1986/87...

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How Uganda’s economy stabilized after 1986...

New Vision TV brings you the third of the four-part series of the performance of the economy since 1986.

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Why Murchison falls National Park is popular...

The moment that makes this adventure worthwhile is here. And it is the magnificent Murchison falls.

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How the economy turned around after 1986...

New Vision TV continues with the series tracing Uganda’s economic performance using the budgets since 1986.

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How the coffee boom changed the economy

Mayanja Nkangi in his 1994/95 budget speech reports how the liberalization of coffee marketing was proving such a big success.

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.