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‘Underfunding Hampering Government-Citizen Interaction’

Limited funding for communication activities has been cited as a key challenge hampering limited government-citizen interaction. Communication experts say this leads to limited information being disseminated about the existing government programmes. Duncan Abigaba, the Manager at Government Citizens’ Interaction Centre (GCIC)  says while the platform has facilitated interaction between citizens

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South Africa’s Economy Enters 70th Month Of Downward Cycle

South Africa’s economy remains stuck in its longest downward cycle since 1945, adding to pressure on the government to implement reforms to lift business confidence and boost growth. The economy entered the 70th month of a weakening cycle in September, according to the Reserve Bank’s Quarterly Bulletin released Wednesday in

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Museveni Persuades Commonwealth Parliamentary Delegates To Stay & Explore Uganda’s Beauty

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday hosted a state dinner in honour of heads of delegations attending the Commonwealth parliamentary conference, 2019 at State House Entebbe. “I persuaded the delegates to stay and explore the irresistible beauty of Uganda,” Museveni said in a statement. He added that Uganda is the most beautiful

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