Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has dismissed reports linking COVID 19 outbreak to the deployment of 5G (Fifth Generation) technology.
Bolt Uganda now limits drivers to work for a maximum of 12 hours. The move, which was introduced this month, is to help drivers get more resting time so they resume with a sharp mind to drive.
Kiira Motors Corporation (KMC), the Ugandan-grown electric carmaker, has won the African Company of the Year Award.
The 12-category awards are organized by the African Leadership Magazine, which is based in the United Kingdom.
Bolt Uganda is waiving commissions for drivers following the government’s recent partial lifting of the lockdown.
The ride-hailing firm has done this to help drivers have a better start after the 42-day lockdown which significantly impacted their earnings.
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With funding from the European Union (EU), the Uganda Revenue Authority has acquired two Specialized Mobile Tax Bus Units (Buses) to support its tax education activities aimed at boosting domestic revenue mobilization.
In 2018, government in partnership with the World Bank, introduced the electronic voucher (e-voucher) management system to monitor and regulate the quality of inputs on the market.
By Dorcas Muhwezi
We are back to lockdown and just like we saw in the first wave, businesses are now operating online.
One thing covid has taught us is that the internet is no longer a nice to have or a luxury.