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MINISTER KASAIJA: Byarugaba probe will not affect NSSF savings

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The ongoing investigations into the conduct of the National Social Security Fund-NSSF former Managing Director, Richard Byarugaba will not in any way affect the members’ savings, Finance Minister, Matia Kasaija has said. This comes almost three weeks after the president, Kaguta Yoweri Museveni on …

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URA’s Shs25trillion target plan

Commissioner General John Musinguzi outlines ways of hitting this target | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Revenue Authority Commissioner General John Rujoki Musinguzi has outlined his plan that will make it possible for him to achieve the Shs25.1tn target for FY2022/23 set by the Minister of Finance Planning and Economic Development. …

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‘Middle Income’ status

  Museveni’s dream and numbers that don’t lie Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Since President Yoweri Museveni announced on June 7, rather surprisingly, that Uganda had attained Lower Middle Income status, the question has been why the President appears desperate for Uganda to attain that rank. Several views have …

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Unending teacher strikes

 Teachers: How Museveni’s strategy is failing COVER STORY | MUBATSI ASINJA HABATI | Non-science teachers in government secondary schools across the country, their primary school counterparts, and tutors in teacher training colleges who are on strike demanding unbiased pay appear to have President Yoweri Museveni cornered. Although the President is talking …

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Background to the sh48 trillion Uganda budget

BUDGET summary 2022/23 ➡ Shs.48,130.7 billion ❇Domestic revenue: Shs.30,797.3 bn with Shs.23,754.9 bn as tax revenue & Shs.1,795.9 bn as non tax revenue. ❇ Domestic borrowing is Shs.5,007.9bn ❇ Budget support is Shs.2,609.2bn ❇External financing for projects amounts to Shs.6,716 bn of which Shs.4,625.7bn is from loans & Shs.2,090.5 bn …

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Collective investment scheme assets cross Shs1tn

This is good news but finance minister Matia Kasaija wants more Ugandans to save | THE INDEPENDENT | There is good news from the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) of a big milestone amounting to slightly over Shs1.1trillion attained as Assets Under Management by licensed Collective Investment Scheme (CIS) managers, representing …

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