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UNBS to debut new standards for solar products...

The country has witnessed more poor-quality solar products flooding the market

Farmers want politicians to consider agriculture...

Building the technical capacity of local governments on investment in small irrigation infrastructure would help to develop a sustainable irrigation system....

Mukamanayamba bribe case: UNBS managers granted...

The accused on August 6, 2020 at Mukamanayamba factory, Kibutamo branch in Sheema district solicited and received gratification of sh3m.

Uganda celebrates World Standards Day

UNBS said surveillance has been stepped up to cover more than 56% of the entire country, with a little more effort needed to cover more products, their...

UNBS tips millers on acquiring modern plants...

Acquiring modern milling plants might not be easy for individuals due to the costs involved but through merging it can be possible.

UNBS tips millers to embrace modern machinery...

However, city millers under their umbrella organisation, say they have not been supported by the government despite the crucial role they play in the economy....

Gov't asked to step up fight against counterfeit...

According to the Anti Counterfeit Network (ACN), 54% of the goods on the market are either counterfeit or substandard.

Govt to procure scanners to detect fake agric...

Inputs deemed unfit for the market will be blocked at entry and the importer will be suspended indefinitely

Farmers to benefit from border export zones...

The government is to establish storage and light processing facilities, warehouses and other commercial structures where traders can easily conduct business....

UNBS warns public against fake face masks...

Recently, the information and national guidance minister Judith Nabakoba, said the Government had received complaints that some of the masks from the manufacturers...

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