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Stop treating gov't officials from abroad-...

Treating top government officials from abroad robs the country of huge resources which should instead be invested in healthcare system.

Don't make the good roads a deathtrap — Kasaija...

Taxi drivers have a tendency of speeding so that they can make more routes at the expense of the lives of innocent passengers.

Government defers sh76B traders' pay

GOVERNMENT | REFUND| CIVIL WAR The Government has deferred payment of sh76b to Ugandan traders who made losses in South Sudan during a civil war. ...

Engineers back govt plan on infrastructure...

On June 11, Finance Minister, Matia Kasaija tabled a sh45.493 trillion budget, of which 12.8% is for infrastructure, 9.0% for security, debt interest payments...

Minister Kasaija asked to apologise over...

“The matter is clear that you attempted to usurp our powers,” Kadaga told Kasaija on Thursday.

Beverage manufacturers ask govt to bear cost...

According to the manufacturers, this would help them control their production costs, especially during the COVID -19 periods, as well as reduce the cost...

How is your budget standing at home?

My budget at home has doubled compared to that before the outbreak of COVID 19.

Budget reading and fashion

The 2020/21's budget represents a 12.36% increase (about sh6 trillion) compared to the current financial year's sh40.5 trillion.

Uganda's 2020/21 sh45 trillion budget unveiled...

Kasaija has delivered the budget at the fifth and final session of the 10th Parliament under the theme: 'Stimulating the economy to safeguard livelihoods,...

National budget: Works, security, education...

Next year’s budget represents a 12.36% increase (about sh6 trillion) when compared to the current financial year’s sh40.5 trillion.

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