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Non-Tarrif Barriers in DRC are Chocking Us; Ugandan Traders Tell Gov’t

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Ugandan traders dealing in the Democratic Republic have cried out to the government to intervene and save them from the Non-Tarrif Barriers (NTBs) that...

PS Bitarakwate’s Letter is Not Clear; We Shall Review & Respond,...

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Filbert Bates Baguma the Secretary-General of the Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) has acknowledged receiving a letter from Catherine Bitarakwate, the permanent secretary of...

Transport Costs Reduce Despite Increase in Fuel Prices– UBOS June CPI

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The June monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI) by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) has revealed that there has been a significant reduction in...

EALA Polls: Daniel Lutaaya Quits NBS TV after 4 Years

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Daniel Lutaaya, one of the best senior Uganda Investigative journalists and an employee of NBS TV at Next Media Services, has announced that he...

Don’t Jubilate yet, Our Gov’t is Full of Surprises; Ssenyonyi tells...

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Following the industrial action by the art teachers over discriminatory salary enhancement, Nakawa East Member of Parliament also the National unity Platform spokesperson Joel...

Two Held Over Mukono Super Market Aggravated Robbery

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 Police have confirmed the arrest of two suspects involved in an aggravated robbery that happened at a Spice Supermarket  The incident happened during the weekend...

CSOs Commend Gov’t on FY2022/23 Pro-people Budget

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CSOs led by the civil society budget advocacy group (CSBAG) have lauded the government for the first time for formulating a budget that is...

DaParrot Launches “DaParrot Weekend Special Focus” to Promote Dev’t Through Analytical,...

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DaParrot Media Company Ltd has launched a special weekend edition dubbed Daparrot Weekend Special Focus, with an aim of promoting investigative and analytical journalism. The...

Parliamentary Forum for Labour Backs Striking Teachers as UNATU Respond to...

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The Parliamentary Forum for Labour, Decent Employment, and Productivity (UPFLEP) has this morning joined different stakeholders to condemn the discriminatory salary allocation of teachers...

Visa Saga: Over 5000 Ugandans Rot in South Sudanese Prisons as...

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Parliamentary Forum on Labour, Decent Employment and Productivity (UPFLDEP) has accused South Sudan of deliberately arresting Ugandans who travel to their Countries in disguise...
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