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Boda Boda riders in Kampala ready to negotiate

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government’s plan to reduce Boda Bodas operating in the Central Business District in Kampala has prompted riders to organize themselves in order to retain their work spaces. In July 2020, Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA published a list of 579 stages that Cabinet had approved …

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How has the fuel crisis affected transport companies?

BUSINESS FEATURE | THE INDEPENDENT |  Rising fuel prices typically force businesses in the transport and logistics industry to either raise prices for their services or suffer a financial loss. If the prices continue to increase, the trucking companies, couriers, and packaging material providers will have no option but to increase …

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Kabale nursing school struggling with accommodation, transportation

Kabale, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kabale School of Comprehensive Nursing is struggling with inadequate accommodation and transport for its students and members of staff. The institution which was established in 1972, currently has an enrollment of 500 nursing students. However, Dr Sophie Namasoppo, the Chairperson of the Institution’s Governing Council says …

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UNRA to develop four landing sites on Lake Bunyonyi

Kabale, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) will only develop four out of the projected nine landing sites during the establishment of ferry services on Lake Bunyonyi. The possibility of ferry services on Africa’s second deepest lake is a result of a campaign commitment made in 2015 …

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Few passengers, fuel costs hit bus operators

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Reduced demand for upcountry travel, the relatively high fares and the rising costs of fuel have combined to inflict losses on bus companies, according to operators URN talked to. They however say they cannot abandon their business at this time because they have to …

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