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The chief of Uganda Revenue Authority Doris Akol. (Photo/URA/Flickr).

Less Than 7% Of Working Age Ugandans, And Fewer Than 10% Of Firms Are Tax Payers – How To Fix That

Uganda collects taxes equivalent to 14% of GDP – below its neighbours Kenya with 18%, and Rwanda at 16%


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The music is no longer playing in South Sudan. (Photo/UNMISS/Flickr).

About Jaw-Jaw And War War In Long-Suffering South Sudan

Although the big tent worked in the early days of independence when President Salva Kiir could buy off opponents, it is now failing, as the economy flat-lines.