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  2. Daily Monitor - Wikipedia

    The Daily Monitor is a Ugandan independent daily newspaper. Its name is shared by the Saturday Monitor and Sunday Monitor, which are also published by Monitor Publications Limited. Daily Monitor averaged a daily circulation of 24,230 newspapers in September 2011. By the fourth quarter of 2019, that figure had dropped to 16,169 copies daily.

  3. East African Crude Oil Pipeline - Wikipedia

    In March 2016, the Daily Monitor newspaper reported that Total E&P was prepared to spend US$4 billion (UGX:13 trillion) to fund construction of this pipeline. Following meetings between delegations led by the oil ministers of Tanzania and Uganda, held in Hoima in July 2016, it was announced that construction of the 1,443 kilometres (897 mi ...

  4. Karuma Hydroelectric Power Station - Wikipedia

    As of April 2019, the Daily Monitor newspaper reported that the work on the power station was approximately 80 percent complete, while the three high voltage transmission lines were 80 to 85 percent complete. Commissioning of the completed power station is expected in December 2019.

  5. Mass media in Uganda - Wikipedia

    The New Vision is Uganda's leading English daily newspaper. It is a state owned newspaper and has the largest nationwide circulation. The Daily Monitor is independent English language newspaper and second in circulation to The New Vision. The two papers dominate the print section of media in Uganda.

  6. Atiak Sugar Factory - Wikipedia

    As of July 2018, construction was estimated at 70 percent completed. At that time, Amina Morghe Hersi, had invested an estimated USh272 billion (US$70 million) and UDC had invested USh65 billion (US$17 million). In October 2019, the Daily Monitor newspaper reported that completion was slated for the first quarter of 2020.

  7. List of mobile network operators in Uganda - Wikipedia

    As of June 2020, the number of mobile telephone customers were estimated at 25.5 million, as reported by the Daily Monitor newspaper. That figure had increased to 26.5 million at the end of September 2020. As of 31 March 2017, Uganda had the 18th highest Internet usage rate in Africa (out of 58 countries).

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