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Most of these stimulus packages may not adequately address the financing needs of MSMEs

How athletes can survive poverty

Many athletes do not come to stardom all by themselves and often feel the obligation to give back to those who have helped them achieve success

NSSF: Owere urges MPs to pass mid-term access...

NSSF has close to sh14 trillion in savings and collects over sh100b monthly.

Controversy surrounds govt shares in J&M...

The query came after the Auditor General (AG) John Muwanga in a report to Parliament for the financial year ended June 2019 revealed that the hotel had...

NSSF to pay members 8.2% in interest

SAVINGS | The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) will pay members at least 8.2% in interest for the financial year 2019/20, the lowest since 2009/10...

COVID-19 financial distress: 200 private...

Schools were closed in March as a measure to slow the spread of the virus, which has visited untold economic pain across the globe since it broke out in...

NSSF merges another branch as investment...

The affected savers from the Lugazi branch, according to a notice from NSSF, will be merged with its Mukono branch.

Absence of ministers, MPs paralyses Parliament...

The Constitutional Amendment Bill could not also be handled because neither the chairperson of the legal committee Jacob Oboth nor the mover of the Bill,...

President Museveni clarifies on NSSF 20%...

The President reminded MPs that the NSSF fund, whose current value is sh13 trillion, has grown to that level because of Government’s wise decisions.

Museveni clarifies on NSSF 20% payout

Discussions on the proposed mid-term access to National Social Security Fund (NSSF) savings by workers continue to take shape. This follows various stakeholders...

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