Govt Pays Billions in Taxes for Aya, Bidco, Quality Chemicals

[Observer] Just when the country is struggling to raise some stimulus packages for a limping economy, it has emerged that government is meeting the tax obligations of some companies, some of whom, from a public point of view, do not deserve any special…

[Observer] Just when the country is struggling to raise some stimulus packages for a limping economy, it has emerged that government is meeting the tax obligations of some companies, some of whom, from a public point of view, do not deserve any special financial relief, writes ALON MWESIGWA.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

State House to Spend Shs 550 Million Daily Next Year

[Observer] State House will spend Shs 550 million daily starting July 1, if parliament approves its budget for the 2017/18 financial year, with nearly Shs 13m going to welfare and entertainment alone.

[Observer] State House will spend Shs 550 million daily starting July 1, if parliament approves its budget for the 2017/18 financial year, with nearly Shs 13m going to welfare and entertainment alone.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

U.S Blocks Ugandan General to Army Summit Over Kasese Massacre

[Observer] Organizers of the 2017 African Land Forces Summit, which is due in the Malawian capital Lilongwe, are still holding onto the invitation of Maj Gen Peter Elwelu, the UPDF commander of land forces, The Observer has learnt.

[Observer] Organizers of the 2017 African Land Forces Summit, which is due in the Malawian capital Lilongwe, are still holding onto the invitation of Maj Gen Peter Elwelu, the UPDF commander of land forces, The Observer has learnt.

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Intra-Party Strife Tests Uganda’s Political Value Systems

[East African] Uganda’s four political parties with representation in parliament are grappling with internal strife that has put their structural weaknesses under renewed scrutiny.

[East African] Uganda's four political parties with representation in parliament are grappling with internal strife that has put their structural weaknesses under renewed scrutiny.

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Relief for Locals As Deadline to Register SIM Cards Is Quashed

[East African] Mobile telephone subscribers in Uganda who have not registered their Sim cards now have more time to do so after the High Court granted a restraining order against the exercise which was due to end on Thursday.

[East African] Mobile telephone subscribers in Uganda who have not registered their Sim cards now have more time to do so after the High Court granted a restraining order against the exercise which was due to end on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda