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The question. Roads and energy take up the biggest share of the budget. However, have the allocations contributed to the Read More…

Government will use Shs735b to pay domestic arrears which have not been settled over years.

The Minister of Finance, Mr Matia Kasaija, yesterday said the one per cent tax on Mobile Money passed by Parliament Read More…

Bank of Uganda has said it is beginning to see improvements in the acceptability of Visa card payment, especially in Read More…

Thank you message to Honorable Speaker Rebecca Kadaga for the stead fast response to reports of salary increment for MPs

Ankole Civil Society Forum in conjunction with Civil Society Advocacy Budget Group Bushenyi has today openly opposed the 1% mobile Read More…

Mr. Kakonge told journalists, that mobile money had reduced criminality related to petty cash thefts in homes and societies and Read More…

Civil Societies under the umbrella body of Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) have advised government on various means it Read More…

Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) has urged the parliament to consider better mobile money tax alternatives ahead of their Read More…

The Ministry of Finance has described the proposal by Parliament to double MPs salaries as absurd and added the pay Read More…

There are better ways to collect revenue instead of the proposed 1% Mobile Money Value Transactions

The Institutional Framework for the implementation of the Uganda National Disaster Preparedness and Management Policy is a multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary Read More…

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