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NSSF will not lend directly to government-MD

The government’s plan to amend the current NSSF Act has caused uproar among the public in the past days. NSSF’s Managing Director, Richard Byarugaba, spoke to The Independent’s Isaac Khisa about the motives behind the proposed law and its implications to the members and economy. What does this NSSF Amendment …

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Targeting NSSF money

The truth and the lies Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA AND JULIUS BUSINGE | Richard Byarugaba sits on the biggest pile of money in Uganda. He is the managing director of NSSF, the country’s only government-run compulsory pension savings scheme for workers valued at over Shs9.9 trillion as at June …

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Money Talk Symposium

NSSF, experts tell members to save beyond the 5% they remit monthly   Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Do you spend less and invest more of your income a head of your retirement? Will you have enough monetary resources upon retirement? Will there be any impact upon taking your …

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Gov’t asks for more time to table electoral reforms

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Attorney General William Byaruhanga has asked for some more days to table electoral reforms. According to Byaruhanga, government will table the proposed reforms within a period of ten days. He disclosed this while updating plenary on the progress on tabling the proposed electoral reforms. …

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NSSF targets 6,000 units in nationwide blood donation drive

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is targeting collection of over 6,000 units of blood in a week long countrywide blood donation drive. The NSSF’s 9th annual blood donation drive was launched today at Mulago Hospital. Speaking at the launch, the NSSF Managing Director, …

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NSSF’s Byarugaba sets new target

But will he achieve the Shs 20 trillion in savings by 2022? Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Richard Byarugaba was recently re-appointed as the managing director of the National Social Security Fund for another five-year term. His performance in the first term seems to have impressed his supervisor – the …

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