Illicit Alcohol Costing Uganda U.S. $676 Million
A report by The Euromonitor, a global market intelligence research company, has revealed that the largest form of alcohol brewing and consumption is not regulated.
Monitor, 7 February 2017
It is a common sight to find a group of men and women seated around a pot and drinking 'some local'. Read more »
Women take Kwete, a local brew. The licensed brewers want attention to be put on illicit brewers so that they can be taxed.
EA Business, 6 February 2017
Uganda loses US$172m about Shs616bn in taxes annually to trade and production of illicit alcohol, a study released by Euromonitor International on the Alcohol Beverage Market in… Read more »
Monitor, 1 February 2017
The rest of the country should pick a leaf from the northern districts if we are to save a generation of our youth from ending up as a social waste on account of alcohol abuse. Read more »