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CSBAG Scoops Prestigious Award For Mobile Money Campaign

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Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) has scooped the prestigious consumers’ award as the top choice Non -Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Uganda for the year 2018. The Minister of Trade Hon. Amelia Kyambadde, handed over the award to CSBAGunder the auspices of Consumers Choice Awards 2018 in a colorful ceremony held at Kampala Serena Hotel on 8th November 2018. According ...

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Private Companies To Be Recognized

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At least forty private companies will be awarded for business excellence and quality service on Thursday at Serena Hotel courtesy of Consumer Choice Awards (CCA). Check also: Top 10 Best Companies To Work For In Uganda CCA is an independent firm that promotes consumption of quality and safe goods in the market and also advocates for protection of consumer rights. Speaking ...

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Economists Have Advised Government To Invest In Youth Empowerment

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Economists have advised government to pay attention to transparency, accountability and development of youth friendly policies to ensure that the youth benefit from programmes geared towards youth empowerment. “We need to ensure access to education not just education, but quality education, which should benefit both the boy and the girl child,” Robert Nabende an economist with the education service commission ...

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3 Recruitment Agencies Lose Licences, 7 Others Suspended!

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Uganda’s ministry of Gender, labour and social development has terminated licences of 3 different international recruitment agencies and suspended 7 others for allegedly failing to obey the rules and regulations. Check also: Uganda Makes More Money From Military Contractors Than Coffee On Monday this week, ministry of labour issued out a statement advising Ugandans to avoid dealing with victimized companies. The ...

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Social Media And Mobile Money Tax Bring A Huge Decline In URA Revenues


The Uganda Revenue Authority ( URA ) has reported declines in the collection of revenue from the two controversial bills that were hit on us mid this year and that’s the mobile money tax and (OTT) which is basically intended to regulate the use of social media in Uganda. Check also: The Gov’t Avoids Social Media Tax Discussions-Bobi Wine URA claims ...

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