KACITA Uganda has embarked on getting to the ground and meeting it’s members periodically as they share both business updates, business opportunities as well as getting to know the challenges they face. In attendance were Mr Yesigye Brian, the organising secretary, Mr Timothy Baguma the head of finance, Abel Mwesigye, …Read More »
KACITA Uganda CEO, Mwesigye Abel conducting an evaluation meeting over the business visit for the ministry of finance team.
KACITA Uganda CEO, Mwesigye Abel conducting an evaluation meeting over the business visit for the ministry of finance team. All this is geared towards addressing the pleight of not only the textile dealers and importers but all the end users.Read More »
This was a fulfillment of what the executive promised the prospective partners in the collateral management project aimed at facilitating business amidst covid-19 pandemic. The project aims at facilitating traders to ably meet their tax obligations on time especially on their imported goods while avoiding the high interest rates from …Read More »
KACITA Uganda has today in a press conference decried the unfair government increase on Taxation of various imported goods with emphasis on Textiles. Government recently increased tax rates inform of import duty on textile goods from 25% to 35% and also charged 5 US Dollars per kilo which was high, …Read More »
It is finally clear that the long awaited case between the landlords and tenants kicks off at the High Court on 17th 06 2020 . The traders / tenants represented by KACITA Uganda Ltd seek a court order restraining the landlords from charging rent for the period under lock down …Read More »